This installation, by Jessica Spring and Scott Gruber, utilizes paper, an organic material attributed with memory from the moment it is formed, and letterpress printing, which makes a literal impression. Touching on all the senses, viewers are challenged to create their own treasure-house of ideas while contributing to our collective memories. Partially funded by a Tacoma Artist…
Recreate outside? Want to work outside?
Get your Wilderness First Responder (WFR) training in January with Puget Sound Outdoors! This course is from Jan. 12–20, 2019.
Staff Senate officers and standing committee chairs meet monthly to provide senate leadership and to plan the work of the senate so that it is timely and effective. This is not an open meeting.
Gerard Morris, conductor; Craig Kirchhoff, guest clinician; Robert Taylor, guest clinician
The Puget Sound Conductors Institute will take place January 18-21, 2019. This year’s event features guest clinicians Craig Kirchhoff, University of Minnesota Director of Bands Emeritus, and Rob Taylor, University of British Columbia Director of Bands.
This exhibit features altered books made by artists from Tacoma and the South Sound. Artists were given a discarded volume of the Encyclopedia Britannica from the Collins Library and asked to transform the volume into a unique work of art. The selection of an encyclopedia volume was intentional as it symbolizes a comprehensive summary of information from all branches of knowledge. This exhibit provides the opportunity to reflect upon our relationship with the printed word and the future of libraries…