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Port Townsend, WA
Goddard College partners with the Port Townsend Film Institute and Peninsula College to bring you the Global Lens Film Series. All screenings are free to the public and are followed by a facilitated discussion. Each film has been selected for its authentic voice, strong cinematics and unique cultural perspectives, opening a window to the diverse world in which we live. This event is free and open to the public.
The RURAL REVOLUTION PHOTOGRAPHY EXHIBIT has been held over by popular demand! This show features 27 photography students and faculty from the 1970s, curated by alumna Peg Tassey (RUP '79-81). The exhibit is open DAILY Mon. - Fri., 10:00 am - 4:00 pm at the Martin Manor. The Closing Reception will be held on Dec.7th from 6:00-7:30 pm. Free and open to the public!
"Pure sonic sorcery!” - Says Seven Days about 35th Parallel. Goddard College Concerts is proud to present our 2nd annual Local Spotlight with Goddard Alumnus Gabe Halberg (BA '95) and his project, the 35th Parallel MediterrAsian Jazz Ensemble. Tickets: $15 advanced online. $20 day-of at the door. CLICK HERE to buy advanced tickets.
Community-centered, live entertainment. An all-ages show that features local talent and world-touring professionals performing circus, comedy, magic, puppetry, music and more. Every show is different, and everyone is welcome! Tickets: Advanced Price $12 adults, $8 kids. CLICK HERE to purchase advanced tickets online. Day of Show: $15 adults, $10 kids. Watch their fun video clip below!
The Center for Linguistic and Cultural Democracy and the King County Dual Language Taskforce collaborate with Goddard College in offering the 4th Annual Dual Language Conference at the Goddard Education Program Seattle Residency. The theme for the conference is "Language, Culture, and Identity." Featured speakers include Professor Tasleem Qaasim, education activist and faculty at Shoreline Community College; Colonel Wallace Sterling, Chief of the Moore Town Maroons of Jamaica; and Dr. Cecilia Espinosa, Dual Language Specialist and Goddard College Faculty.
A scholarship banquet dinner and dance, sponsored by SOCCA (Seattle’s Official Caribbean Carnival Association) will be held immediately after the 4th Annual Dual Language Conference. Join us for a Caribbean dinner (choice of chicken, fish, or vegetarian) for $40 in support of Goddard Education students. Colonel Wallace Sterling, Chief of the Moore Town Maroons of Jamaica, will speak on culture, language, and identity.
Join author Aimee Liu, a faculty advisor in the Goddard College MFA in Creative Writing Program, for a free MFA-level writing workshop and a sample of the Goddard experience! Open to the public - please RSVP below. Learn how to develop authentic characters using the basics of personality structure, and examine the crucial dramatic links between human temperament, decision-making, and action.
A Black History Month Celebration with a special concert honoring the music of Cal Massey and Fred Ho! Tickets: $12 advanced online | $15 at the door. The Eco-Music Big Band is on The Red, Black & Green Revolutionary Eco-Music Tour, and comes to Goddard College to perform the music of two of the most influential revolutionary big band jazz composers, Cal Massey and Fred Ho.
Justin Torres is the author of the novel We the Animals. His stories and essays have appeared in The New Yorker, Granta, the Guardian, Harper’s, Tin House and have been featured on NPR.
Join us at the Goddard College campus in Plainfield, Vermont to learn more about Goddard's low-residency BA, BFA, MA and MFA degree programs. You will have the opportunity to attend an information session, meet current students and faculty, tour our historic campus & gardens, and have lunch on us in our Dining Hall. Finish or start your degree - we'll show you how our affordable, low-residency model fits with your busy life! RSVP required, please RSVP below.