Artworks by Susan Hamilton, Haida Master Bead Artist, will be on display in ʔaʔkʷustəŋáw̕txʷ House of Learning, Peninsula College Longhouse from October 3 to December 14, 2023. Fall quarter gallery hours are Tuesday through Thursday, 12:30 pm to 3:00 pm or by appointment.View More
Peninsula College announces an upcoming dual exhibition in the PUB Gallery of Art, running from Tuesday, November 7 to Friday, January 26. This showcase will feature the sculptures of Jan Hoy and the photographs of Harry von Stark, two artists who have garnered recognition for their respective works.View More
The Juan de Fuca Foundation for the Arts, in collaboration with Peninsula College, proudly presents PA Panto’s production of “Ethel Mermaid & the Varying Degrees of Evil.” This event invites you to immerse yourself in the enchanting world of pantomime, a theatrical experience filled with audience interaction and delightful surprises.View More
Hanif Fazal is a co-founder and managing partner of the Center for Equity and Inclusion (CEI). CEI is a specialized consultancy that provides support to organizations and leaders interested in building capacity to advance equity and inclusion throughout their operations, culture, and services or programming. For over twenty years, Fazal has developed and delivered innovative equity and inclusion programs across the corporate, education, philanthropic, public and non-profit sectors.View More
Genevieve Hudson is the author of the novel Boys of Alabama, which was a finalist for the Oregon Book Award. Their other books include the critical memoir A Little in Love with Everyone and Pretend We Live Here: Stories, which was a LAMBDA Literary Award finalist. They have received fellowships from the Fulbright Program, MacDowell, Caldera Arts, and the Vermont Studio Center. They live in Portland, Oregon.View More
Bill Porter is an American author who translates under the pen-name Red Pine. He is a translator of Chinese texts, primarily Taoist and Buddhist, including poetry and sūtras. In 2018, he won the American Academy of Arts & Letters Thornton Wilder Prize for translation. He is the subject for the film, Dancing with the Dead: Red Pine and the Art of Translation by Ward Serrill and produced by Rock Friedman.View More
Bill Evans moved permanently to Port Townsend in 2018. Before that, he had worked in or visited Port Townsend every year since 1980, when Centrum produced the first of many summer residencies by the Bill Evans Dance Company. He is distinguished professor emeritus at the University of New Mexico and professor emeritus at the College at Brockport, SUNY. He founded the Bill Evans Dance Company in 1975, the Bill Evans Summer Institute of Dance in 1977 and the Certification Program in Evans Dance Technique and Pedagogy in 2001.View More
Arran Stark is the Director of Food Services at Jefferson Healthcare.
He incorporates fresh local ingredients in his kitchen at Jefferson Healthcare. “I really want to take the food across the board. I want to take it to the patients. I want to take it to employees. I want to take it to guests of the hospital – good wholesome food that is prepared from the heart.”View More
Danielle McClelland is the Executive Director of the Port Townsend Film Festival.
Danni has spent thirty years organizing and presenting film and live events, primarily at the 600-seat historic Buskirk-Chumley Theater in Bloomington, IN. In addition, they have taught Art & Social Change as an adjunct professor, consulted with civic entities on the power of building arts infrastructure, and worked professionally as a writer, director, and performer.View More