Join us for music, dance, salsa lessons and for our silent auction fundraiser to support our trip to Cuba! Bid on music lessons, local eateries and music performance in your home! Friday, January 27th starting at 7pm
Advance - $15 - General Admission/ $7 - Students
At the Door - $20 - General/ $10 - Students
Apr. 7 Tuesday, 7:00 p.m. Blackbox Theater EdCC All welcome, admission is free.
Conversation in the Humanities:
David Fenner “Islam 101,Perceptions, Misconceptions and Context for the 21st Century” What does it mean to be Muslim in a modern world? What if much of what we believe about Islam is incomplete or simply wrong? For more than 1.3 billion people across the world and many people in Washington State, Islam is not only their religion but also a way of life. Join us for an open and inclusive discussion that delves into Islam, its history and its place in the modern world.
Feb 3, 2015 Tuesday, 7:00 p.m. Edmonds Community College Blackbox Theater
Admission is free, all welcome to attend
Conversations in the Humanities: Eric Davis “Rap 101: The Message behind the Music “.
| Sometimes called modern day poetry, rap is an integral part of modern culture. Using music as a catalyst for discussion, Rap 101 explores contemporary popular culture, diversity issues, and social justice through the lyrics of popular rap music
Mar. 3, 2015 Tuesday, 7:00 p.m Blackbox Theater EdCC.
All Welcome, admission is Free
Conversation in the Humanities: Teresa Ciabattari “Family Diversity: Past, Present, and Future” | . The structures of families are changing. Families, now more than ever, are influenced by other social and cultural shifts, such as the rise of single parent households, divorce, opting for cohabitation over marriage, and same-sex marriage. Join us to explore each of these new definitions of family and how they are rooted in broader economic and social changes that are underway around the world.
From the Edge of Understanding is a collaborative installation showcasing character narratives written by Feven Haile, 100 mixed media images by Melissa Newell, and a movie created by Steven Oliver. These artists explore what it means to be a human interacting with other humans.
A reception with the artists is 3:30-6:30 p.m., Fri., Oct. 17 in the college art gallery.
The exhibit is sponsored by the college's library, the Visual Arts department, and the Center for Student Engagement and Leadership.
Art Gallery Hours
Visit the gallery on the third floor of Lynnwood Hall.