Art Lecture Series: Susanna Bluhm

2018-2019 Art Lecture Series: Susanna Bluhm 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 in the arts. The series provides a lively forum for the exchange of ideas between the speakers, students, faculty and the public. The series will take place in the Purce/Lecture Hall 1 at the Evergreen State College in Olympia, WA.

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The Art of Education for Salmonid Ecology

Last month MES student Graham Klag presented his work on "The Art of Education for Salmonid Ecology" at the Oregon Chapter of American Fisheries Societies' Annual Meeting. Held in Bend Oregon at the River House, the conference was a combination of oral and poster presentations. The conference was a composition of fish biologist, educators and other conservation professionals exploring the nexus between science and restoration. A variety of projects were presented, with a particular focus on habitat restoration projects for salmonid species. 

Shrek & Sip!

Shrek & Sip! Is a free on campus even hosted by Greeners Planning Activities student group, all Evergreen students are more than welcome to join our Shrek movie night event!

GPA Bowling Night

Greeners Planning Activities Student Group wants to invite you to our bowling night event!

Arts and Crafts Fair

The Arts & Crafts Fair is coming up really soon! The Arts & Crafts Fair is an opportunity for the Evergreen community to enjoy each other's creativity! It is open to all students, student groups, alumni, faculty, staff, and community members to display and sell their original work.

Unraveling the Middle East

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The popular uprisings in the Middle East that began in 2011, often referred to as the “Arab Spring,” sought to create a new order in the region in which democratic accountability, economic justice and dignity replaced dictatorship, economic corruption and police brutality.  Despite some successes, the regional order has since spiraled into a catastrophic series of civil wars in Syria, Libya and Yemen, which have produced massive outflows of refugees to Europe, and seen the rise of a new authoritarian order backed by Saudi Arabia and wealthy oil regimes, with support from the United States. 

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Reality Check: Indian Images and [Mis]Representations

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This program will address historic and contemporary images and misrepresentations of Indians in a variety of media. Indian images from films, photographs, language, mascots, popular culture, and commercial interests will be deconstructed and analyzed for meaning, significance, power, representation, and issues of authenticity. Colonialism, U.S./Indian history, geopolitics, and economics will be decolonized through the lenses of Native resistance, Native sovereignty, and Native political and economic issues.

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GSU Public Service Internship Summer 2019

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