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La Nueva Frontera Theme

La Nueva Frontera

Immigration, migration, hybrid identities, globalization. This theme also segues into the anniversary of the Seattle World's Fair (1962).

2011 Events & Activities

  • Hispanic Heritage Month, Sponsored by the Center for Latino and Latin American Studies, 1 Oct. – 5 Nov., 2011.
  • James Durkee - Solo Faculty Guitar Recital: South American Music, 1 Oct., 7 pm, Music Dept. Recital Hall.
  • Edward James Olmos (PASS) 5 Oct., 7 pm,  SURC Ballroom
  • Exhibition of Latino/a artists:  8 Oct. - 5 Nov., opening 7 Oct. from 6 - 8 pm, Spurgeon Gallery
  • Juan Alonso – Artist Lecture
    14 Oct., 4 pm Randall 117
  • Im/migration, Globalization & Identity Film Series:10/12, 19, 26 & 11/2, 9
    Wednesdays at 7 pm, Dean Hall 104
  • Ben Mitchell – Presentation
    "Ruben Trejo: A Chicano Artist and Activist of the Pacific Northwest" 3 Nov., 4 pm Randall 117
  • "Everything is Illuminated" - Film Screening & Russian food sampling
    2 Dec., 7 pm Black Hall 150, CWU Russian Club

2012 Events & Activities

  • Journey Stories Exhibition (Museum of Culture and Environment) 28 Jan. - 11 March 2012
  • Icarus Theatre Production – Noh Style, 1-11 Mar.
  • Diversity Film Series – April
  • Milagro Theater Performance (PASS)  5 Apr., 7 pm at CWU-Yakima, YVCC campus
  • Pacific Northwest American Studies Association conference, "Outside In/Inside Out: (Im)Migrant Communities of the Pacific Northwest," Apr. 12-14
  • Luna Youth Theatre Tour,  20-22 April, 
  • Gender and Immigration: impact on families (Center for Student Empowerment)
  • Digital Stories  -  CAMP students