No School this Friday 11/17!
An Art Workshop will be available from 8:15 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. Cost is $25 and $10 for siblings. Students need to bring lunch, a snack and a water bottle. Availability is limited to 20 students. If you’re planning to have your children attend, please sign them up as soon as possible.
8th Grade Two Voice Poem Presentations - To culminate a trimester of learning about the Israeli-Palestinian conflict and its historical origins the 8th Grade Expedition Class will be performing for the WSU Roots of Conflict course series. Students have been working in pairs to create two-voice poems that capture both the history and many perspectives associated with this conflict. The event will be on Tuesday, November 14th, 6:00pm, at the Smith Center for Undergraduate Education Room 203 on the
WSU campus. All are invited to attend this event.
Don’t Miss the PPCS Winter Celebration!
What: PPCS Art Gala
When: December 3, 6-8pm
Where: 1912 Center
Why: Celebrate winter, buy some art, hang out with friends, support PPCS
How you can help: Donate snacks (sign-up genius to come), donate art, ask others to donate art.
Join us for Palouse Prairie’s First Annual Art Gala! Explore “the having of great ideas” through art—music, paintings, comic books, cakes, fiber arts, poetry—whatever your art is, it’s welcome here. We’ll have a silent auction, which will include student art, a live auction, and a $30 art dash (participation limited to the number of pieces available). We’ll also have drinks and snacks and art-filled childcare ($10 for the first child, $5 for each thereafter—space is limited).
If you or your child are creators of art, please consider donating. Are you a musician? Donate your live music for a dinner or birthday party. Do you knit, make gorgeous cakes, write poetry, take photographs? Please consider how you, too, can donate. We also encourage you to ask any artists you know if they’re willing to help. Please let Sarah Quallen at firstname.lastname@example.org or Tiffanie Braun at email@example.com know if you have any questions or if you have something to give.
Criss Cross Bookbinding with Josh Kirby - Students will learn the non-adhesive "Criss Cross Binding," also known as the "Secret Belgian Binding" to complete one book. All supplies included. Previous experience with bookbinding will be helpful, but is not necessary. Josh Kirby is a part-time instructor of design at the University of Idaho, and an experienced bookbinder and paper artist. He is passionate about traditional decorative arts, modern design innovations, and all things ink, paper, and print.
Date: Dec 2nd, 9th and 16th
Cost: $100 per student (Partial need-based scholarship available)
Registration: Email the gallery firstname.lastname@example.org or visit the gallery. Payment due at the time of registration. Registration open until November 20, 2017. Class size is limited!
Age: 18+ (with exceptions based on skill)