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Category Archives: 2017-2018
Kaia Sand is a poet, artist, and community organizer. She is author of three books of poetry—interval (Edge Books 2004), a Small Press Traffic book of the year; Remember to Wave (Tinfish Press 2010); and A Tale of Magicians Who … Continue reading
Heide Hatry grew up on a pig farm in the south of Germany. She left home at the age of 15 to enroll in a sports school. She studied art at various German art schools and art history at the … Continue reading
Week 2, Mary Ann Peters: Wednesday January 17th, from 11:30-1:00 pm in the Recital Hall, COM Building
MARY ANN PETERS is an artist whose combined studio work, installations, public art projects and arts activism have made noted contributions to the Northwest and nationally for over 30 years. Most recently her work has focused on the overlap of … Continue reading
Week 2, 1/17 Mary Ann Peters, visual art Week 4, 1/31 Heide Hatry, visual and performance art, artist books Week 6, 2/14 Kaia Sand, poetry, art and activism Week 8, 2/28 Bob Leverich, 3D visual art, architecture, education
Sarah Jaquette Ray is an associate professor of environmental studies at Humboldt State University in Arcata, California, where she also leads the BA program in Environmental Studies. She is author of The Ecological Other: Environmental Exclusion in American Culture (University … Continue reading
2017-2018 The Evergreen Art Lecture Series presents a broad range of interdisciplinary approaches to contemporary art issues by artists, writers, activists and scholars. The emphasis is to introduce the way in which a variety of practices undertake fields of inquiry … Continue reading
Storme Webber is a Two Spirit, Alutiiq/Black/Choctaw, internationally-nurtured poet, playwright, educator, and interdisciplinary artist. She creates blues-influenced, socially-engaged texts and images exploring identity, art activism, and the intersections of race, class, gender, sexuality, memory and spirit. Storme’s poetry collections include Diaspora, Blues … Continue reading
Bonnie Whiting is Chair of Percussion Studies at the University of Washington. She performs and commissions new experimental music for percussion, seeking out projects that involve non-traditional notation, interdisciplinary performance, and the speaking percussionist. Recent work includes a series of … Continue reading
Born in Los Angeles of mixed Native and European American heritage, John Feodorov grew up in the suburbs of Southern California while making annual visits to his family’s land on the Navajo Reservation. The time he spent with his grandparents … Continue reading
Thalia Field’s most recent book, Experimental Animals (A Reality Fiction), explores the history of animals at the foundation of modern science. Her prior collection, Bird Lovers, Backyard, used animal-human relations to engage questions of hybridity in art and science. Prior … Continue reading