2016 May Events Scheduled
Shawn Wong, "Defending Your Voice"
2016 April Events Scheduled
2016 Arts and Culture Festival Schedule of Events - April 18-April 21, 2016
See the East Oregonian articles about the 2016 Festival below!
- Holocaust survivor speaks of horror and resilience, 4/19/16
- Biologist gives primer on Zika virus, 4/20/16
- Banned books given voices during Hermiston reading, 4/22/16
- More questions than answers when it comes to modern privacy, 4/25/16
- The art of powwow, 4/29/16
This is a free 3-day event and community members are always welcome.
Also included in Arts and Culture week at BMCC is the Literary Arts Competition. Please click here for information about the competition and the entry form: A&C Literary Arts Competition Info and Entry Form
PENDLETON BMCC CAMPUS SCHEDULE:
TUESDAY, APRIL 19, 2016 (all presentation will be in the Bob Clapp
Theatre unless otherwise noted)
10am - Dr. Fred Brown, An Animal History of Seattle
11am - Manny Taiblum, author of WITH G-D AT MY SIDE. Stories of surviving the Warsaw Ghetto during WWII.
11am to 1pm - FREE ASG sponsored barbecue
12pm – BMCC staff showcase
7pm in ST200 - John Turner, "America and the World since WWII". This is part of the EO FORUM.
WEDNESDAY, APRIL 20, 2016 (all presentation will be in the Bob Clapp Theatre unless otherwise noted)
9am - Selena Hutchins, Bosnian refugee talks about her experiences.
10am - Dr. Sascha McKeon, Zika Virus
11am - Wendy Willis, "A World without Secrets: Privacy and Expectations in the United States" Oregon Humanities Conversation Project
12pm - Lisa Naas Cook, "To Busy to Rest: Boundaries and Balance in a Nonstop World" Oregon Humanities Conversation Project
1pm - Anna King, NPR journalist on Malheur-The Standoff
5pm - Salmon Dinner and POW WOW. Sponsored by CTUIR. This is free and open to all community members as well as BMCC staff and students.
THURSDAY, APRIL 21, 2016
7pm - A College Community Theatre reader's theatre presentation on an original screenplay by Joshua King, "No One Knows Nothing"
HERMISTON BMCC CENTER SCHEDULE: all presentations in Rm134 unless otherwise noted.
WEDNESDAY, APRIL 20, 2016
10am - Dr. Fred Brown, Animals & Urban Landscapes
11am - Karen Nicksich, children’s author “The Time of My Life” on grieving for lost pets. Also present--Maddie the Therapy Dog
12pm – Food & Entertainment
1pm - Wendy Willis, "A World without Secrets: Privacy and Expectations in
the United States" Oregon Humanities Conversation Project
2pm – Smoke & Mirrors Literary Group, Banned Books readings
THURSDAY, APRIL 21, 2016
9am – Devin McKeon, Code: The Secret Language of Machines
10am - Lisa Naas Cook, "To Busy to Rest: Boundaries and Balance in a Nonstop World" Oregon Humanities Conversation Project
10am- Russ Burtner, presents on Visual Analytics
11am - Dr. Sascha McKeon, Zika Virus
12pm - Food & Music with Dr. Margaret Mayer & Friends
1pm -Selena Hutchins, Big Fish video producer from Seattle, WA
2pm – Patrick Weatherly, poetry & music collaboration
Betty Feves Memorial Gallery -OPEN Extended Hours DURING ARTS AND CULTURE FESTIVAL
Current Exhibit - Brian Sostrom, "Shadows of the West".
Extended hours during the Arts & Culture Festival are April 19 from 10am to 3:30pm and April 20 from 10am to 6:30pm.
Contact Heather Gastin at 541-278-5944 or HGastin@bluecc.edu
or Alison Timmons at 541-567-1800 ext 3332 or ATimmons@bluecc.edu
with questions about these events.