Local community/global community, craft, folk tradition, and culture of Ellensburg and the Pacific Northwest and the lore and traditions of elsewhere.
Here, There and Everywhere: Faculty horn recital by Jeff Snedeker. It will feature music for horn in various musical settings, including compositions that have philosophical, geographical, temporal, practical, and incidental connections to Here and There (and Everywhere). Sunday, October 13, at 4 pm in CWU's Recital Hall.
English 102: Shari Foster will be integrating the theme into her three sections of English 102 this fall quarter.
Theatre Arts Season: Connecting with the culture of Ellensburg and elsewhere. In fall quarter, Central Theatre Ensemble takes us to Afghanistan and London, and brings Broadway to us. See: http://www.cwu.edu/theatre/current-productions
Afghanistan: Ethics, Witnessing and Crises of Protection - a presentation by Dr. Anne Cubilie, 12 November, 2:00 p.m. in Milo Smith Tower Theatre
Seeking the Way - an original composition by V.J. Singh using text based on Native American imagery. West Coast premiere here by our University Chorale during the Fall Choral Festival on 24 November at 4:00 p.m. in the Concert Hall.
Pacific Northwest American Studies Association Conference: The theme is "Native/American: Placing the Indigenous in American Studies" and will include a Native arts & crafts fair in the SURC. Date: 18-19 April. Contact PNASA President Chris Schedler for more information (firstname.lastname@example.org )