Artist's statement: "Play and perception are integral to my current hand-pulled screenprints. Illusory and real configurations suggest folding, bending, and turning of two-dimensional planes. These abstractions are created with considerations of light, space, and color as well as the contingency of geometric visual elements."
Sept. 3–Oct. 18, 2019
To stitch is to join together, to mend, or fasten as with stitches—to sew. To stitch is to bring together fabric, paper, wounds of the body, or cultural divides. Stitching can be an act of healing, hope, practicality, creativity, and revolution. All Stitched Up recognizes and celebrates the work of book artists' where stitching has become an integral part of the visual design.Exhibit is open Sept. 3–Dec. 11, 2019. Opening reception Sept. 14, 3 p.m.
As a "word person" and a vessel maker, Lois Harbaugh braids together themes of written and spoken communication with the form-language of vessels. Come see the arc of this 20-year experiment of word and form in Vessel.
Exhibit is open Sept. 3–Oct. 18.
Julieta Martinelli, University of Washington, will present this talk.
Thompson Hall Science and Mathematics Seminars, held on a regular basis since 1978, focus on topics in STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math) presented by faculty members, students, and invited guest speakers. Each lecture is followed by discussion opportunities. Refreshments are provided.
Free and open to the public.
Sara Freeman ’95, chair and associate professor of theatre arts, will present this Phi Beta Kappa Magee Address.
This talk begins with the qualities of attention and desire as part of the pursuit of a liberal arts education, connecting them to the University of Puget Sound’s ongoing development of a shared curriculum for its students and Phi Beta Kappa’s central precepts related to morality and literature.
Picking up on conversations in academe and the broader culture about what cultural critic…
Gerard Morris, conductor Anna Wittstruck, conductor
2019 Fall Concert Program
"The Promise of Living" by Aaron Copland"Give Us This Day" by David Maslanka"D’un matin de printemps" by Lili Boulanger"The Firebird Suite" by Igor Stravinsky and the Premiere of Carlos Simon's "Sweet Chariot"
Asian Medical Systems (SOAN 225) now includes a 3-week study abroad program to China (Spring 2020). The course is centered on learning about the socio-cultural, political, and philosophical underpinnings of Chinese and Tibetan medical systems. The study abroad component includes Traditional Chinese Medicine classes at Fujian University in Fuzhou, mini-ethnographic projects…
Special guest performance with David Perry, violin; Victoria Chiang, viola; and Michael Mermagen, cello; joined by Puget Sound faculty members Maria Sampen, violin; Timothy Christie, viola; Alistair MacRae, cello.
Established in 1984, the Jacobsen Series features performances by School of Music faculty members, students, alumni, and guest artists for the university and the…
Engage in Environmental and Social Justice Activism in Tacoma. The registration deadline is October 11. For scholarship opportunities, contact email@example.com; for more information contact firstname.lastname@example.org. Find out more on the CICE Facebook page!
Jim Wallis, the founder and president of Sojourners and New York Times best-selling author, will speak about his new book Christ in Crisis: Why We Need to Reclaim Jesus. The event is free, unticketed, and open to the public; copies of Wallis' new book will be available for purchase. Following Wallis' talk, there will be responses from Puget Sound alumna Rev. Ruth Marston-Bihl…