Olympia and Evergreen were at the epicenter of a history-making independent music scene in the 1980s and early 1990s. Whether you performed in a band, did spoken word, were involved with KAOS Olympia Community Radio, recorded music, created a zine, made flyers, attended all-ages shows, documented happenings, or organized shows and festivals, the world took notice. You were participating in and transforming the culture – a revolution was taking place!
We’re thrilled to invite you to the Washington State History Museum to catch up with old friends, view the exhibit, and join former KAOS DJ Diana Arens as she interviews more than a dozen Evergreen alumni who made an impact on the scene.
2-4pm – Diana Arens, BA ’93, MPA ’15, in conversations with:
Steve Fisk, John Foster, Toni Holm, Dave Rauh
Calvin Johnson, Mariella Luz, Lois Maffeo, Tae Won Yu
Pat Castaldo, Pat Maley, Michelle Noel, Kento Oiwa
Nomy Lamm, Slim Moon, Joshua Ploeg, Aaron Tuller, Sarah Utter
4-5pm – An acoustic performance:
Chris “Sandman” Sand in the A Revolution You Can Dance To exhibit.