Listening to Stories for a Change

Join us for this exciting event. Thursday, April 27th, 5:30 to 7:30 PM, Walker-Ames Room, #225, Kane Hall, UW Campus. Followed by Q&A’s.

Words From the Cafe, An Anthology, edited by Anna Bálint: Raven Chronicles Press. Anna will discuss her work at the Recovery Café, and some of her students will read their work in the book.

Josephine Ensign will discuss her book,  Catching Homelessness.

Books will be on sale from UW Bookstore.

Sponsored by UW Health Sciences Schools and Health Equity Circle. Supported by Humanities Washington, Jack Straw Cultural Center, 4Culture, and Raven Chronicles Press.

 

 

Ingri (Rachel) Quon: Art at the Hopvine Pub on Capitol Hill


Ingri (Rachel) Quon, “Color Vacation,” prints on canvas from original watercolors.

April 3-May 6, 2017
Opening Reception April 6, 7pm; Closing Reception May 5, 7pm, Hopvine Pub, 507 15th Avenue East, Capitol Hill.

Quon lets inspiration flow through water and color to explore her environment and play with organic inspired shapes. Her vibrant watercolors are a catalyst for appreciating nature more deeply and seeing beauty in color and form.


2017 Art shows at the Hopvine Pub on Capitol Hill. Curated by Les Morely; Co-sponsored by the Raven Chronicles.