A Revolution You Can Dance To

The Evergreen State College Alumni Programs in partnership with Washington State History Museum invite you to a special event in celebration with the exhibit...

Revolution You Can Dance to flyer

A Revolution You Can Dance To: Conversations with Evergreen Alumni

Saturday, April 22

2–4 pm  On-stage discussions led by:

  • Diana Arens '93, MPA '15, Former Olympia Riot Grrrl, Former KAOS Program Director and Program Producer, Show Organizer, Photographer, Audio Engineer, Festival Recorder

Featuring conversations with:

  • Steve Fisk '82, Producer, Performed with Pell Mell, Halo Benders and Pigeonhed, Founder of Two Indie Labels
  • John Foster '79, KAOS Librarian and Independent Music Policy Author, OP Magazine Publisher, John Foster’s Pop Philosophers Lead Singer
  • Toni Holm '78  KAOS General Manager, OP Magazine Staffer
  • Dave Rauh '79,  KAOS Business and General Manager, OP Magazine Staffer and Ad Sales
  • Calvin Johnson '05, Fanzines Writer, Musician, K Records Founder, International Pop Underground Convention Organizer
  • Mariella Luz '00 K Records General Manager, Founder of Northern non-profit all-ages venue
  • Lois Maffeo '85, KAOS Presenter, Singer/Songwriter
  • Tae Won Yu, Musician, Designer, Artist, Documented Olympia Punk Scene
  • Pat Castaldo '95, Computer Programmer, Photographer, Graphic Designer, Yoyo A Go Go Organizer
  • Pat Maley '85, Drummer, Founder and Owner Yoyo Recordings
  • Michelle Noel '99, One of the original Riot Grrrls, DJ, KAOS Radio Show Host, Yoyo A Go Go Organizer
  • Kento Oiwa '94, Capitol Theater Backstage Sound Engineer, K Records Publicist, Yoyo A Go Go Organizer
  • Nomy Lamm '97, Musician, Zine Author, Performance Artist
  • Slim Moon '14, Spoken Word Artist, Musician, Kill Rock Stars, and 5 Rue Christine (5RC) Indie Label Founder
  • Joshua Ploeg, Chef, Author, Screamer, Musician
  • Aaron Tuller '00, KAOS Staffer, Kill Rock Stars and Punk In My Vitamins Staffer
  • Sarah Utter '05, Artist, Musician

4–5 pm  An acoustic performance: Chris "Sandman" Sand in the A Revolution You Can Dance To exhibit. Also time to socialize and explore the exhibit inspired by this event.

Read more about the panelists.

Advanced ticket purchase guarantees your admission.

All ages are welcome.

$12 Adults
$8 Military, Students, Seniors (60+)
FREE for Historical Society members, Children ages 5 and younger

Advance tickets available through Wednesday, April 19th only.
Tickets may be available at the door the day of the event.


The Washington State History Museum
Mount Tahoma Auditorium, 2nd floor
1911 Pacific Avenue, Tacoma, WA 98402

Parking available adjacent to the museum–starting at $4