Upcoming Events

Studium Generale |"Cigarette Smoking and HIV" with Shahida Shahrir Mellon, PhD
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Cigarette smoking is the leading cause of preventable death and disease worldwide and is extremely harmful for people living with HIV (PLWH).  Although HIV infection was previously considered to be fatal, it has increasingly become a manageable chronic disease due to advancements in HIV treatment.  As PLWH live longer as a result of antiretroviral therapy, they now experience substantial comorbid, non-AIDS-related illnesses such as cardiovascular disease, chronic lung disease, and cancer.  

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"Cherokee Grandma Spider" Artist Exhibition
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Artwork by Karen Sixkiller, contemporary Cherokee artist, will be on display in ʔaʔkʷustəŋáw̕txʷ  House of Learning, Peninsula College Longhouse now through March 2023. 

Sixkiller’s exhibit Cherokee Grandma Spider celebrates spiders and invites visitors to look closer and think deeper about the beauty in her art pieces, which reflect traditional and contemporary Cherokee art and stories. 

“I hope for an emotional connection,” she said. “Most of my work has a comedic element, something odd that hopefully causes viewers to stop and wonder, ‘what is this about?’” 

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PC Jazz Ensemble Fall Quarter Concert
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Peninsula College Jazz Ensemble’s free “Fall Quarter Concert” will take place on Tuesday, December 6 at 7:00 pm in Maier Performance Hall on the Port Angeles campus under the direction of Dr. David P. Jones. 

The concert will feature Robbin Eaves on vocals and a 13-piece jazz band. The band will perform music by George Gershwin, Sigmund Romberg, Sonny Rollins, Kenny Dorham, Lennie Niehaus, Bart Howard, Les Sabina and three world premieres by David P. Jones.

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"Goldilocks and the Ultimate Rampage" presented by PA Panto
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What happens when you fracture a fairy tale beyond recognition, add (rewritten) tunes you recognize, and throw in dance and hilarity? PA Panto’s back and this year and we’ve set our sights on Goldilocks.

All Goldy wants is a quiet life in the town she’s chosen as home. Her Aunty Gitta, serial (killer) monogamist and best aunt ever has gifted her a diner. Her best friend Rose Red is chafing (metaphorically) at being stuck in a small village and dreams of adventure in far away places… like Enumclaw.

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"Cherokee Grandma Spider" Artist Reception with Karen Sixkiller
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Artwork by Karen Sixkiller, contemporary Cherokee artist, will be on display in ʔaʔkʷustəŋáw̕txʷ  House of Learning, Peninsula College Longhouse now through March 2023. 

Sixkiller’s exhibit Cherokee Grandma Spider celebrates spiders and invites visitors to look closer and think deeper about the beauty in her art pieces, which reflect traditional and contemporary Cherokee art and stories. 

“I hope for an emotional connection,” she said. “Most of my work has a comedic element, something odd that hopefully causes viewers to stop and wonder, ‘what is this about?’” 

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The Very Short Play Festival
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Students in Peninsula College’s Intro to Theatre class are excited to share their original 10-minute-or-less plays with the public when the “Very Short Play Festival” premiers on December 2. Show time is 12:30 pm in PC’s Little Theater. The event is free to PC students, with a suggested donation of $10 for the general public. All proceeds fund the PC Scholarship for Drama, awarded each year to one qualifying college thespian. 

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Jingle Jazz
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The all-ages holiday favorite Jingle Jazz will return to Peninsula College’s Little Theater at 7:00 pm on Thursday, December 15. Guest pianist Kristen Quigley Brye will play Vince Guaraldi favorites, along with PC Vocal Masters Series students, and Al Harris, Ted Enderle, Chuck Easton, and Terry Smith, performing songs of the season.

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Studium Generale | "Athlete with a Cause" with Rob DeCou
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Rob DeCou is an educator, entrepreneur, and an ultra-endurance athlete who uses his passion and unique ability to persevere and push his limits, from ultra-triathlons to “Everesting,” for the purpose of raising awareness and building community around important issues. At our January 5 Studium Generale, he will present "Athlete with a Cause" in the Little Theater beginning at 12:35 pm.

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Studium Generale | "Cherokee Grandma Spider" with Karen Sixkiller
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Artwork by Karen Sixkiller, contemporary Cherokee artist, will be on display in ʔaʔkʷustəŋáw̕txʷ  House of Learning, Peninsula College Longhouse now through March 2023. 

Sixkiller’s exhibit Cherokee Grandma Spider celebrates spiders and invites visitors to look closer and think deeper about the beauty in her art pieces, which reflect traditional and contemporary Cherokee art and stories. 

“I hope for an emotional connection,” she said. “Most of my work has a comedic element, something odd that hopefully causes viewers to stop and wonder, ‘what is this about?’” 

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