Events Calendar

Sunday, September 14

Collins Memorial Library Exhibit: Book Power Redux

Book Power Redux is an international juried exhibition of book art addressing social and political issues. Artist books can be a powerful vehicle for social change and activism. For this show the jurors sought out works that shine a light on some of the most vital issues of our day: race, diversity, equality, bullying, and more. Book artists have a unique opportunity given an accessible, multi-dimensional, multi-media format that can go beyond just making things to making things happen. The current…

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Collins Memorial Library Exhibit: Brandywine Workshop: Prints from Six Contemporary Artists

Founded in 1927, by printer Allan Edmunds, Brandywine Workshop has supported and inspired artists and students of diverse backgrounds to produce innovative collaborations in printmaking. Collins Memorial Library and the Art Department are honored to host this exhibition of six artists associated with the Workshop: Curlee Raven Holton, Letitia Huckaby, Samella Lewis, Allan Edmunds, Richard Whitman, and Tomie Arai.

The mission of Brandywine Workshop is to be a major force in the creation, documentation…

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Monday, September 15

Kittredge Gallery Exhibits

They Still Hold Us by Marita Dingus, and 3,000 Miles From Home by Sarah Gilbert

Free

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Contact: Kittredge Gallery, 253.879.3701

Margaret Bullock, gallery manager

Hours: Monday–Friday, 10 a.m.–5 p.m.; Saturday, noon–5 p.m.

Closed on Sundays and during university holidays

Driving Directions                        Campus Map

Accessibility Information: 253.879.3236, accessibility@pugetsound.edu, pugetsound.edu/accessibility

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Collins Memorial Library Exhibit: Book Power Redux

Book Power Redux is an international juried exhibition of book art addressing social and political issues. Artist books can be a powerful vehicle for social change and activism. For this show the jurors sought out works that shine a light on some of the most vital issues of our day: race, diversity, equality, bullying, and more. Book artists have a unique opportunity given an accessible, multi-dimensional, multi-media format that can go beyond just making things to making things happen. The current…

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Collins Memorial Library Exhibit: Brandywine Workshop: Prints from Six Contemporary Artists

Founded in 1927, by printer Allan Edmunds, Brandywine Workshop has supported and inspired artists and students of diverse backgrounds to produce innovative collaborations in printmaking. Collins Memorial Library and the Art Department are honored to host this exhibition of six artists associated with the Workshop: Curlee Raven Holton, Letitia Huckaby, Samella Lewis, Allan Edmunds, Richard Whitman, and Tomie Arai.

The mission of Brandywine Workshop is to be a major force in the creation, documentation…

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Guest Lecture: "Representations of Native American in Polish Literature," by Dirk Uffelmann, professor of Slavic studies, University of Passau

The Prussian quasi-colonial attempt to annihilate Polish language and culture in the late 19th century has time and again been conflated with the vanishing of another ethnic group—namely, that of Native Americans. The Polish discourse responds to the Germanization discourse—for example, by using symbolic Indian-ness. In his 1864 essay “The Poles and the Indians”Ludwik Powidaj equates the Indians with the Polish as he sees both as victims of a forced process of civilization.The best-known application…

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Tuesday, September 16

Kittredge Gallery Exhibits

They Still Hold Us by Marita Dingus, and 3,000 Miles From Home by Sarah Gilbert

Free

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Contact: Kittredge Gallery, 253.879.3701

Margaret Bullock, gallery manager

Hours: Monday–Friday, 10 a.m.–5 p.m.; Saturday, noon–5 p.m.

Closed on Sundays and during university holidays

Driving Directions                        Campus Map

Accessibility Information: 253.879.3236, accessibility@pugetsound.edu, pugetsound.edu/accessibility

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Collins Memorial Library Exhibit: Book Power Redux

Book Power Redux is an international juried exhibition of book art addressing social and political issues. Artist books can be a powerful vehicle for social change and activism. For this show the jurors sought out works that shine a light on some of the most vital issues of our day: race, diversity, equality, bullying, and more. Book artists have a unique opportunity given an accessible, multi-dimensional, multi-media format that can go beyond just making things to making things happen. The current…

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Collins Memorial Library Exhibit: Brandywine Workshop: Prints from Six Contemporary Artists

Founded in 1927, by printer Allan Edmunds, Brandywine Workshop has supported and inspired artists and students of diverse backgrounds to produce innovative collaborations in printmaking. Collins Memorial Library and the Art Department are honored to host this exhibition of six artists associated with the Workshop: Curlee Raven Holton, Letitia Huckaby, Samella Lewis, Allan Edmunds, Richard Whitman, and Tomie Arai.

The mission of Brandywine Workshop is to be a major force in the creation, documentation…

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Guest Lecture: "The Book in Society: An Introduction to Print Culture," by Solveig Robinson

Solveig Robinson, associate professor of English and director of the Publishing & Printing Arts Program at Pacific Lutheran University, will discuss her recent book, The Book in Society: An Introduction to Print Culture, which examines the origins and development of the book, modern publishing, and bookselling.

Part of the Behind the Archives Door Series

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Contact: Collins Memorial Library Exhibit, 253.879.3669

Lecture is free

Hours: 253.879.3675 (recorded hours)

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Guest Performance and Presentation: Pablo Menéndez and His Band Mezcla

Musical artists from Cuba

Sponsored by Matthew Norton Clapp Visiting Artist Fund, School of Music, Hispanic Studies, and Latino Studies.

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Contact: Office of Public Events, 253.879.3555, events@pugetsound.edu

Tickets: free, not tickets required

Driving Directions                        Campus Map

Accessibility Information: 253.879.3236, accessibility@pugetsound.edu, pugetsound.edu/accessibility

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Wednesday, September 17

Kittredge Gallery Exhibits

They Still Hold Us by Marita Dingus, and 3,000 Miles From Home by Sarah Gilbert

Free

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Contact: Kittredge Gallery, 253.879.3701

Margaret Bullock, gallery manager

Hours: Monday–Friday, 10 a.m.–5 p.m.; Saturday, noon–5 p.m.

Closed on Sundays and during university holidays

Driving Directions                        Campus Map

Accessibility Information: 253.879.3236, accessibility@pugetsound.edu, pugetsound.edu/accessibility

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Collins Memorial Library Exhibit: Book Power Redux

Book Power Redux is an international juried exhibition of book art addressing social and political issues. Artist books can be a powerful vehicle for social change and activism. For this show the jurors sought out works that shine a light on some of the most vital issues of our day: race, diversity, equality, bullying, and more. Book artists have a unique opportunity given an accessible, multi-dimensional, multi-media format that can go beyond just making things to making things happen. The current…

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Collins Memorial Library Exhibit: Brandywine Workshop: Prints from Six Contemporary Artists

Founded in 1927, by printer Allan Edmunds, Brandywine Workshop has supported and inspired artists and students of diverse backgrounds to produce innovative collaborations in printmaking. Collins Memorial Library and the Art Department are honored to host this exhibition of six artists associated with the Workshop: Curlee Raven Holton, Letitia Huckaby, Samella Lewis, Allan Edmunds, Richard Whitman, and Tomie Arai.

The mission of Brandywine Workshop is to be a major force in the creation, documentation…

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Daedalus Dinner and Lecture

Faculty Lecture: “The Tiger and the Daguerreotype, or Capturing Sovereignty in Post-Revolutionary Latin America," by Brendan Lanctot, associate professor, Hispanic Studies

Sign-up and payment through Deanna Kass, assoc. dean's office

Puget Sound is committed to being accessible to all people. If you have questions about event accessibility, please contact 253.879.3236, accessibility@pugetsound.edu, or pugetsound.edu/accessibility

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Artist Talk: Book Power Redux: "Exploring Landscape, Nature, and the Power of Prints and Artists’ Books" with Artist Nicole Pietrantoni

Nicole Pietrantoni, is currently an assistant professor of art at Whitman College in Walla Walla, Wash., where she teaches printmaking and book arts. Her piece, Precipitous is one of the works in the exhibit Book Power Redux. It is collection of five hand bound accordion books that expand to create a life-sized panoramic image of a rising sea. Below is an excerpt of the artist statement: "As books, the works gesture to the authority of the encyclopedic and the cataloging of natural specimens. As…

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Thursday, September 18

Kittredge Gallery Exhibits

They Still Hold Us by Marita Dingus, and 3,000 Miles From Home by Sarah Gilbert

Free

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Contact: Kittredge Gallery, 253.879.3701

Margaret Bullock, gallery manager

Hours: Monday–Friday, 10 a.m.–5 p.m.; Saturday, noon–5 p.m.

Closed on Sundays and during university holidays

Driving Directions                        Campus Map

Accessibility Information: 253.879.3236, accessibility@pugetsound.edu, pugetsound.edu/accessibility

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Collins Memorial Library Exhibit: Book Power Redux

Book Power Redux is an international juried exhibition of book art addressing social and political issues. Artist books can be a powerful vehicle for social change and activism. For this show the jurors sought out works that shine a light on some of the most vital issues of our day: race, diversity, equality, bullying, and more. Book artists have a unique opportunity given an accessible, multi-dimensional, multi-media format that can go beyond just making things to making things happen. The current…

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Puget Sound Undergraduate Philosophy Conference

The Third Puget Sound Undergraduate Philosophy Conference, taking place on the Puget Sound campus on Thursday 9/18 and Friday 9/19, will feature philosophy papers and commentaries by undergraduate students throughout the country. The keynote address will conclude the conference on Friday evening and it will be delivered by Professor Marya Schechtman, University of Illinois at Chicago. For more information

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Collins Memorial Library Exhibit: Brandywine Workshop: Prints from Six Contemporary Artists

Founded in 1927, by printer Allan Edmunds, Brandywine Workshop has supported and inspired artists and students of diverse backgrounds to produce innovative collaborations in printmaking. Collins Memorial Library and the Art Department are honored to host this exhibition of six artists associated with the Workshop: Curlee Raven Holton, Letitia Huckaby, Samella Lewis, Allan Edmunds, Richard Whitman, and Tomie Arai.

The mission of Brandywine Workshop is to be a major force in the creation, documentation…

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Thompson Hall Science & Mathematics Seminars

The seminars are normally held on Thursdays, from 4 to 5 p.m. in Thompson Hall, Room 175 unless otherwise posted. They are open to the general public.Students, faculty, staff, and guests are invited to gather for refreshments and conversation at 3:45 p.m. before each seminar.Thompson Hall Science and Mathematics Seminars have been held on a regular basis since 1978–79. Once again the seminar series will feature presentations by Puget Sound faculty and students and invited guest speakers on a wide…

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Art+Science Salon: Re-Purposed

A Pecha Kucha style event with artists and scientists speaking for 10 minutes each.

Marita Dingus, artist, works with discarded materialSusan Digby, professor of geography, Olympic CollegeDan Burgard, professor of chemistry, University of Puget SoundMaia A Raeder & Rachel R Kalman, students, Univ of Puget Soundtwo students from science courtesy Peter Hodum

Events are in partnership with LASER (Leonardo Art Science Education Rendezvous)

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Contact: Siddharth Ramakrishnan, sramakrishnan@pugetsound…

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Film: "DamNation: Why are large dams being torn down in the USA?"

This powerful film odyssey across America explores the sea change in our national attitude from pride in big dams as engineering wonders to the growing awareness that our own future is bound to the life and health of our rivers. Dam removal has moved beyond the fictional Monkey Wrench Gang to go mainstream. Where obsolete dams come down, rivers bound back to life, giving salmon…

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Friday, September 19

Kittredge Gallery Exhibits

They Still Hold Us by Marita Dingus, and 3,000 Miles From Home by Sarah Gilbert

Free

MORE INFORMATION


Contact: Kittredge Gallery, 253.879.3701

Margaret Bullock, gallery manager

Hours: Monday–Friday, 10 a.m.–5 p.m.; Saturday, noon–5 p.m.

Closed on Sundays and during university holidays

Driving Directions                        Campus Map

Accessibility Information: 253.879.3236, accessibility@pugetsound.edu, pugetsound.edu/accessibility

Read More

Collins Memorial Library Exhibit: Book Power Redux

Book Power Redux is an international juried exhibition of book art addressing social and political issues. Artist books can be a powerful vehicle for social change and activism. For this show the jurors sought out works that shine a light on some of the most vital issues of our day: race, diversity, equality, bullying, and more. Book artists have a unique opportunity given an accessible, multi-dimensional, multi-media format that can go beyond just making things to making things happen. The current…

Read More

Puget Sound Undergraduate Philosophy Conference

The Third Puget Sound Undergraduate Philosophy Conference, taking place on the Puget Sound campus on Thursday 9/18 and Friday 9/19, will feature philosophy papers and commentaries by undergraduate students throughout the country. The keynote address will conclude the conference on Friday evening and it will be delivered by Professor Marya Schechtman, University of Illinois at Chicago. For more information

Read More

Collins Memorial Library Exhibit: Brandywine Workshop: Prints from Six Contemporary Artists

Founded in 1927, by printer Allan Edmunds, Brandywine Workshop has supported and inspired artists and students of diverse backgrounds to produce innovative collaborations in printmaking. Collins Memorial Library and the Art Department are honored to host this exhibition of six artists associated with the Workshop: Curlee Raven Holton, Letitia Huckaby, Samella Lewis, Allan Edmunds, Richard Whitman, and Tomie Arai.

The mission of Brandywine Workshop is to be a major force in the creation, documentation…

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Performance: Faculty/Student Collage

Chamber music concert featuring school of Music faculty and students.

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Contact: Office of Public Events, 253.879.3555, events@pugetsound.edu

Tickets: Free-no tickets

Driving Directions                        Campus Map

Accessibility Information: 253.879.3236, accessibility@pugetsound.edu, or pugetsound.edu/accessibility

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Saturday, September 20

Collins Memorial Library Exhibit: Book Power Redux

Book Power Redux is an international juried exhibition of book art addressing social and political issues. Artist books can be a powerful vehicle for social change and activism. For this show the jurors sought out works that shine a light on some of the most vital issues of our day: race, diversity, equality, bullying, and more. Book artists have a unique opportunity given an accessible, multi-dimensional, multi-media format that can go beyond just making things to making things happen. The current…

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Collins Memorial Library Exhibit: Brandywine Workshop: Prints from Six Contemporary Artists

Founded in 1927, by printer Allan Edmunds, Brandywine Workshop has supported and inspired artists and students of diverse backgrounds to produce innovative collaborations in printmaking. Collins Memorial Library and the Art Department are honored to host this exhibition of six artists associated with the Workshop: Curlee Raven Holton, Letitia Huckaby, Samella Lewis, Allan Edmunds, Richard Whitman, and Tomie Arai.

The mission of Brandywine Workshop is to be a major force in the creation, documentation…

Read More

Kittredge Gallery Exhibits

They Still Hold Us by Marita Dingus, and 3,000 Miles From Home by Sarah Gilbert

Free

MORE INFORMATION


Contact: Kittredge Gallery, 253.879.3701

Margaret Bullock, gallery manager

Hours: Monday–Friday, 10 a.m.–5 p.m.; Saturday, noon–5 p.m.

Closed on Sundays and during university holidays

Driving Directions                        Campus Map

Accessibility Information: 253.879.3236, accessibility@pugetsound.edu, pugetsound.edu/accessibility

Read More