Biographer Nancy Lang will read from her biography, 9000 Miles in a Knight. It is a 1930 travel journal, chronicling the 9,000 miles her grandmother, Pearl Maybelle Hugunin MacHenry, covered in her Willys-Knight touring car in 1930. She and her family traveled from Seattle to New York City and noted the tiny details as well as the grand sights.
Sequim artist and musician Clay Murdach will talk about his art, which is currently featured in the PUB Gallery of Art. He notes that in “the process of making my art, I try to step into my childlike psyche. My ultimate goal is to have fun and basically play visual chess with objects and layout to create a visual dialogue that could have a meaning or be totally absurd.” He is most interested in the art being “interpreted by the viewer” rather than in providing a specific meaning or interpretation. An Artist’s Reception will immediately follow this program and will be held in the adjacent PUB Gallery of Art.
All events are Thursdays from 12:35pm to 1:35pm in the Little Theater.