Upcoming Events

Makah on Display | Artwork by Ashley Frantz
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Artwork by Ashley Frantz will be on display in ʔaʔkʷustəŋáw̕txʷ  House of Learning, Peninsula College Longhouse through June 13, 2024.

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10th Annual Native American Cultural Fair

ččát cə ʔən̕skʷáʔ ʔən̕súɬ
Make Your Own Path

Join Port Angeles High School Native American Club students to witness songs, speeches, student projects, and sharing! This event is free and open to the public.

For more information, please contact the Peninsula College Longhouse or (360) 417-7992

Illustration by Irene Peters, Lower Elwha Klallam

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11th Annual Moving Pictures Film Festival : Call for Entries

Peninsula College is pleased to host the Eleventh Annual Moving Pictures Festival Film on Thursday, June 6, as part of the college’s Spring Arts Week. Deadline to submit work for the festival is Thursday, May 30, at Noon.  Entries are open to current and former Peninsula College students. Entries need to be available as a high-quality video on YouTube for submission and less than 11 minutes in length. Animations, slide presentations, and films saved in video format are welcome to be considered.

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Destigmatizing Mental Health Challenges

Studium Generale to host second in a series of panel discussions focused on support and care for individuals and families affected by SUD (Substance Use Disorder) on Thursday, May 30, in the Little Theater on Peninsula College's Port Angeles campus.

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Rainbow Alliance Meeting

The Rainbow Alliance is back!

Join us for our next meeting on Thursday, May 30 at 10:00 am in the Pirate Union Building. Please sign-up and receive updates about the Rainbow Alliance at Peninsula College. Your membership, representation, and inclusion matters. We are here for you!

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Running Start Information Session - Port Angeles
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Learn how you can earn college credits as a junior and senior in high school—tuition free. Peninsula College Running Start will host an information session on the Port Angeles campus on Tuesday, June 4.

Agenda  

  • 6:00 pm – OPTIONAL campus tour with student ambassadors  
  • 6:30 pm – Presentation begins
  • 7:30 pm – Information tables open

Registration

Register for info sessions at pencol.edu/RunningStart.

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The Very Short Film Festival

The Very Short Film Festival returns to the Little Theater as part of the Spring Arts Week celebration at Peninsula College. This event is free and open to the public. 

Dr. Lara Starcevich and filmmaker Mark Schwartz co-taught the Spring Drama class that covered the fundamentals of screenwriting, acting, and directing. In the production-centered environment, students created original films for the festival. 

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Tidepools Magazine 60th Anniversary Book & Art Fair
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Join us for Peninsula College's Tidepools Magazine's 60th anniversary book and art fair. Guests will have the opportunity to preorder Tidepool's 2024 edition, browse and purchase books and artwork written and created by Tidepool's partners, engage with authors and artists, and learn about local art and literary organizations.

For questions or to learn about Tidepools, contact Deirdre Frank or visit the Tidepools website.

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Sidewalk Chalk Art Contest
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Join PC students, staff and child care children with a day of creating sidewalk chalk art in Pirate Square. The event will also feature voting for the Welding Club's Junk Art War, food, beverages and music.

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Studium Generale Port Townsend: Danielle McClelland
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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.

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