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.
This show focuses on exciting new acquisitions while exploring the collection’s purpose, proposing contextual frameworks, and showcasing individual paintings, prints, and sculptures. Curated by Elise Richman
Exhibit is open Oct. 28–Dec. 14
Jay Goldberg, University of Indiana, 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.
Bring your device (laptop, tablet, phone) and work on your profile while getting tips and tricks from an expert who travels the world helping sales leaders leverage the tool more effectively.
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Fred Winkler, saxophone; Maria Sampen, violin; Alistair MacRae, cello; Tanya Stambuk, piano; Jeff Lund, marimba
A reflective program of music composed by living American female composers over the last two decades.
Tickets: $20 general, $15 sr. citizen, military, Puget Sound faculty/staff, Community Music members. Free for current Puget Sound students and K–12 students. Meet…
Alistair MacRae, director
Hear student groups from across the School of Music performing classical music selections. Performers include the Puget Sound Bassoon Ensemble, UPS Guitar Ensemble, Velvet Five Woodwind Quintet, and the Vignt-et-un Trio.
Our November Blues Vespers @ Kilworth welcomes harmonica legend (he LITERALLY wrote the book on the history of harmonicas and mouth harps) Kim Field up from Portland. In addition to Kim and his backing band, there will be poetry and reflection shared by student leaders Mushawn Knowles and Kari Nolasco, as well as by Blues Vespers founder Dave Brown.
Blues Vespers @ Kilworth…
Gökçe Günel is an assistant professor of anthropology at Rice University in Houston, Texas, and a sabbatical fellow at Crown Center for Middle East Studies at Brandeis University. She will discuss energy, climate change, and urban design in Abu Dhabi.
Her first book Spaceship in the Desert: Energy, Climate Change, and Urban Design in Abu Dhabi (Duke University Press, 2019)…