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March 2015
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National Print Exhibition
The first exhibition of 2015 is a showcase of prints from all over the United States representing the best in contemporary printmaking.

The University Gallery is free to visit and is open 8am-4pm Monday-Friday or by appointment.

www.plu.edu/gallery/nat.....tion/
Feb 4 8:00 to Mar 4 16:00
Cameron Bennett and Friends
Artist Series: "Simply Shostakovich" Dean of School of Arts and Communication, Cameron Bennett, piano is joined by PLU faculty Janeanne Houston, soprano; Svend Ronning, violin and Richard Treat, cello. Selection to be performed include; Piano Trio No. 1, Op. 8; Seven Romances on Poems by Alexander Blok, Op. 127; Piano Trio No. 2, Op. 67. Tickets: $8 general admission/ $5 senior citizens (55+), alumni / free PLU community, students, 18 and under. Tickets available through the PLU Concierge Desk (253 535-7411)
Mar 1 15:00 16:30
Organ Concert -James D. Hicks
Artists series: James D. Hicks, organist, will play music from Nordic Countries in a program entitled: "Nordic Journey"
Tickets: $8 general admission/ $5 senior citizens (55+), alumni / free PLU community, students, 18 and under. Tickets available through the PLU Concierge Desk (253 535-7411)
Mar 1 20:00 21:30
National Print Exhibition
The first exhibition of 2015 is a showcase of prints from all over the United States representing the best in contemporary printmaking.

The University Gallery is free to visit and is open 8am-4pm Monday-Friday or by appointment.

www.plu.edu/gallery/nat.....tion/
Feb 4 8:00 to Mar 4 16:00
Namibia Gateway Information Session
Contact: Carmen J. Eyssautier, Wang Center Study Away Advisor, Assessment Coordinator, (253) 535-8178, eyssaucj@plu.edu; Dr. Matthew J. Smith, Natural Sciences Division Dean, Biology Associate Professor, smithmf@plu.edu, 253-535-7550
Mar 2 17:30 19:00
National Print Exhibition
The first exhibition of 2015 is a showcase of prints from all over the United States representing the best in contemporary printmaking.

The University Gallery is free to visit and is open 8am-4pm Monday-Friday or by appointment.

www.plu.edu/gallery/nat.....tion/
Feb 4 8:00 to Mar 4 16:00
Camas Woodwind Quintet
Regency Concert Series: Camas Woodwind Quintet is a resident professional chamber ensemble of Pacific Lutheran University. Selections for this evening performance include: Gavotte with Six Doubles by Jean-Philippe Rameau, arr. Nakagawa; Homage to Bartok by Katherine Hoover; Quintette by Jacques Casterede; Quintet No. 1 by Alvin Etler. Tickets: $8 general admission/ $5 senior citizen (55+); alumni / free PLU community, students, 18 and under. Tickets - Call (253)535-7411
Mar 3 20:00 21:30
National Print Exhibition
The first exhibition of 2015 is a showcase of prints from all over the United States representing the best in contemporary printmaking.

The University Gallery is free to visit and is open 8am-4pm Monday-Friday or by appointment.

www.plu.edu/gallery/nat.....tion/
Feb 4 8:00 to Mar 4 16:00
Facing History: Workshop for Educators
Location: Xavier 201

Designed and led by Fran Sterling, Senior Research and Development Associate for Facing History and Ourselves, this session will explain and engage selected key issues related to effective education about the Holocaust.

Preregistration is required.
Mar 4 16:00 17:30
Powell-Heller Holocaust Conference
With the generous support of the Kurt Mayer Endowed Chair of Holocaust Studies and other sponsors, donors, and volunteers Pacific Lutheran University presents the Eighth Annual Powell-Heller Holocaust Education Conference:

The Powell-Heller Conference for Holocaust Education annually provides educators, students, and community members a way to use the lessons of the Holocaust to empower themselves and others to challenge prejudices, violence, and other forms of dehumanization.

CHILDREN'S VOICES
The Holocaust and Beyond
March 4-6, 2015
Pacific Lutheran University Campus, Tacoma, WA

Free and Open to the Public

Website & Registration Available beginning January 5, 2015
www.powellhellerconference.com
Mar 4 16:00 21:00
The Rescue Mission of Mr. and Mrs. Kraus
Location: Karren Hille Phillips Center for the Preforming Arts

This Emmy-nominated film chronicles the courageous and intricate work of Eleanor and Gilbert Kraus, an American couple whose commitment to saving Jewish children led them to make a dangerous trip into the heart of Nazi Germany in 1939.

Post-film discussion with Steven Pressman, director/producter/writer of the film.
Mar 4 19:00 21:30
Jazz Sound Trio
Regency Concert Series: Jazz Sound Trio. PLU Jazz Faculty members, David Deacon-Joyner, piano, Clipper Anderson, bass and Mark Ivester, drums. Jazz From the 80s: A Celebration of Octogenarian Jazz Legends. Selections to include: Gingerbread Boy; Broadway Blues, Infant Eyes, Nothing Like You and more. Tickets: $8 general admission/ $5 senior citizen (55+); alumni / free PLU Community, students, 18 and under. For Tickets - Call (253)535-7411
Mar 4 20:00 21:30
Choral Invitational
Enrichment series: choirs from regional high schools perform and receive clinics.
Mar 5 8:00 18:00
Powell-Heller Holocaust Conference
With the generous support of the Kurt Mayer Endowed Chair of Holocaust Studies and other sponsors, donors, and volunteers Pacific Lutheran University presents the Eighth Annual Powell-Heller Holocaust Education Conference:

CHILDREN'S VOICES
The Holocaust and Beyond
March 4-6, 2015
Pacific Lutheran University Campus, Tacoma, WA

Free and Open to the Public

Website & Registration Available beginning January 5, 2015
www.powellhellerconference.com
Mar 5 10:00 21:00
Steel Magnolias by Robert Harling
Set in a small town in Louisiana, six women fill Truvy's beauty salon with laughter and banter. Over the course of three years, the women gather in the comfort of the salon and lead the audience through life events showing elegance and determination in good times and bad. As Truvy states, "Laughter through tears is my favorite emotion."

Written by Robert Harling, Directed by Lori Lee Wallace
Mar 5 19:30 21:00
Weep No More:
Weep No More: Music for the Children in Hebrew, Yiddish and English
PLU Women's Chorus and Young Women's Chorus, Steilacoom School District
Directed by Lauren Whitham

Event Location: MOVED TO CK IN THE COMMONS
Event Date and Time: March 5, 2015 9:30 pm.
Mar 5 21:30 22:00
Choral Invitational
Enrichment series: choirs from regional high schools perform and receive clinics.
Mar 6 8:00 18:00
Powell-Heller Holocaust Conference
With the generous support of the Kurt Mayer Endowed Chair of Holocaust Studies and other sponsors, donors, and volunteers Pacific Lutheran University presents the Eighth Annual Powell-Heller Holocaust Education Conference:

CHILDREN'S VOICES
The Holocaust and Beyond
March 4-6, 2015
Pacific Lutheran University Campus, Tacoma, WA

Free and Open to the Public

Website & Registration Available beginning January 5, 2015
www.powellhellerconference.com
Mar 6 9:00 15:30
Steel Magnolias by Robert Harling
Set in a small town in Louisiana, six women fill Truvy's beauty salon with laughter and banter. Over the course of three years, the women gather in the comfort of the salon and lead the audience through life events showing elegance and determination in good times and bad. As Truvy states, "Laughter through tears is my favorite emotion."

Written by Robert Harling, Directed by Lori Lee Wallace
Mar 6 19:30 21:30
Regency Voices Concert
SOAC Focus and Regency Series: PLU Voice Faculty members, Janeanne Houston, soprano; James Brown, tenor; Charles Robert Stephens, baritone; with Sheila Bristow on piano, and University Organist, Paul Tegels, and The Choir of the West under the direction of Richard Nance present "the Prodigal Son.," The stirring biblical story unfolds in two settings by Sullivan and Debussy.

Tickets: $8 general admission/ $5 senior citizens (55+), alumni / free PLU community, students, 18 and under. Tickets available through the PLU Concierge Desk (253 535-7411)
Mar 6 20:00 21:30
Elect Her! Campus Women Win
Saturday, March 7: Elect Her: Campus Women Win. This interactive workshop conducted by the American Association of University Women encourages female-identified students to run for elected office and leadership positions.
10 a.m.-4 p.m., Scandinavian Cultural Center, Anderson University Center.
Mar 7 11:00 16:00
PLUtonic-HERmonic Concert
concert
Mar 7 19:00 20:00
Steel Magnolias by Robert Harling
Set in a small town in Louisiana, six women fill Truvy's beauty salon with laughter and banter. Over the course of three years, the women gather in the comfort of the salon and lead the audience through life events showing elegance and determination in good times and bad. As Truvy states, "Laughter through tears is my favorite emotion."

Written by Robert Harling, Directed by Lori Lee Wallace
Mar 7 19:30 21:30
PLUtonic-HERmonic Concert
concert
Mar 7 21:00 22:00
Organ Concert-Jonathan Dimmock
Richard D. Moe Organ series: International performer and Grammy Award winner, Jonathan Dimmock, lives in San Francisco where he plays with the San Francisco Symphony. He has held positions at Westminster Abbey and three American cathedrals and now devotes his time to performing and to using music in international conflict resolution. He will play works by J. S. Bach and by those who influenced him, and those he influenced.

Tickets: $15 general admission/ $10 senior citizens (55+), alumni/ $5 PLU community, 18 and under/ Free PLU Music students with PLU ID. Tickets - Call (253)535-7411
Mar 8 15:00 16:30
Alan Young Non-Degree Recital
Student series: Alan Young gives this non-degree tuba recital, coached by Paul Evans.
Free Admission, no tickets
Mar 8 17:30 18:30
Study Away 101
Learn about Study Away with the Wang Center: programs, applications, funding, academics, etc.
Mar 9 18:30 19:30
PLU Campus Wide Garbology
Come join the Sustainability Office as we conduct our annual waste audit. Our Garbology will survey all of the landfill waste generated from the entire campus for a 24hr period. This event provides us vital information about our landfill waste to include: how much could have been recycled, how much could have been composted, and which locations are generating what types of landfill waste.
Mar 10 6:00 16:00
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Flowers, Butter, & Tea
Deborah Schwartzkopf, a full time potter in Seattle, showcases work that redefines the utilitarian by bringing new and interesting form into everyday ceramics.

Deb Schwartzkopf was born and raised in Seattle. From 1999-2002 she earned her her BA at the University of Alaska and worked for studio potters in the Anchorage area. In the Spring of 2005, Deb completed a MFA at Penn State. She has taught at Ohio University, Massachusetts College of Art and Design and the University of Washington. She has worked nationally at the Archie Bray Foundation, Mudflat Studios, the Clay Studio, and Pottery Northwest and internationally at Sanboa in Jingdezhen, China, the Ceramics Workcenter in Berin, Germany and taught with the University of Georgia's study abroad program in Cortona, Italy. She teaches workshops and exhibits nationally and internationally. Please visit debspottery.com for upcoming events, studio assistant opportunities, or appointments at her Seattle, WA studio.

The University Gallery is free to visit and is open 8am-4pm Monday-Friday or by appointment.
Mar 12 8:00 to Apr 8 16:00
Lecture Series
Business Lecture Series
Mar 12 14:30 20:00
Flowers, Butter, & Tea
Deborah Schwartzkopf, a full time potter in Seattle, showcases work that redefines the utilitarian by bringing new and interesting form into everyday ceramics.

Deb Schwartzkopf was born and raised in Seattle. From 1999-2002 she earned her her BA at the University of Alaska and worked for studio potters in the Anchorage area. In the Spring of 2005, Deb completed a MFA at Penn State. She has taught at Ohio University, Massachusetts College of Art and Design and the University of Washington. She has worked nationally at the Archie Bray Foundation, Mudflat Studios, the Clay Studio, and Pottery Northwest and internationally at Sanboa in Jingdezhen, China, the Ceramics Workcenter in Berin, Germany and taught with the University of Georgia's study abroad program in Cortona, Italy. She teaches workshops and exhibits nationally and internationally. Please visit debspottery.com for upcoming events, studio assistant opportunities, or appointments at her Seattle, WA studio.

The University Gallery is free to visit and is open 8am-4pm Monday-Friday or by appointment.
Mar 12 8:00 to Apr 8 16:00
Steel Magnolias by Robert Harling
Set in a small town in Louisiana, six women fill Truvy's beauty salon with laughter and banter. Over the course of three years, the women gather in the comfort of the salon and lead the audience through life events showing elegance and determination in good times and bad. As Truvy states, "Laughter through tears is my favorite emotion."

Written by Robert Harling, Directed by Lori Lee Wallace
Mar 13 19:30 21:30
Keyboarding Students
Studio Series: Keyboard Students Recital selections to include: Four Mazurkas, Op. 24 by F. Chopin; Sonata in D Major, Op. 10, No. 3 by L. van Beethoven; Capriccio in G Minor, Op. 116, No. 3, Intermezzo in E Major, Op. 116, No. 4 by J. Brahms, and more. Admission is free no ticket required.
Mar 13 20:00 21:30
Flowers, Butter, & Tea
Deborah Schwartzkopf, a full time potter in Seattle, showcases work that redefines the utilitarian by bringing new and interesting form into everyday ceramics.

Deb Schwartzkopf was born and raised in Seattle. From 1999-2002 she earned her her BA at the University of Alaska and worked for studio potters in the Anchorage area. In the Spring of 2005, Deb completed a MFA at Penn State. She has taught at Ohio University, Massachusetts College of Art and Design and the University of Washington. She has worked nationally at the Archie Bray Foundation, Mudflat Studios, the Clay Studio, and Pottery Northwest and internationally at Sanboa in Jingdezhen, China, the Ceramics Workcenter in Berin, Germany and taught with the University of Georgia's study abroad program in Cortona, Italy. She teaches workshops and exhibits nationally and internationally. Please visit debspottery.com for upcoming events, studio assistant opportunities, or appointments at her Seattle, WA studio.

The University Gallery is free to visit and is open 8am-4pm Monday-Friday or by appointment.
Mar 12 8:00 to Apr 8 16:00
August Giles Sr. BM Recital
Student series: August Giles gives this recital in partial fulfillment of the Bachelor of Music Degree. He studies Violin with Svend Ronning.
Free Admission, no tickets.
Mar 14 15:00 16:00
Steven Arends Sr. BM Recital
Student Series: Steven Arends gives this recital in partial fulfillment of the Bachelor of Music Degree. He studies Voice with Barry Johnson.
Mar 14 17:30 18:30
Steel Magnolias by Robert Harling
Set in a small town in Louisiana, six women fill Truvy's beauty salon with laughter and banter. Over the course of three years, the women gather in the comfort of the salon and lead the audience through life events showing elegance and determination in good times and bad. As Truvy states, "Laughter through tears is my favorite emotion."

Written by Robert Harling, Directed by Lori Lee Wallace
Mar 14 19:30 21:30
Choral Union Concert
Choral Series: Choral Union, Richard Nance, Conductor. "Voices and Pipes" Music for Chorus, Organ, Percussion and Brass. Selections to include: Magnificat by Fredrik Sixten; Dorcester Canticles by Tarik O'Regan; Trinity Te Deum by Eriks Esenvalds; Be Thou My Vision and Gloria by John Rutter.

Tickets: Tickets: $15 general admission/ $10 senior citizens (55+); alumni/ $5 PLU community, students, 18 and under/ free PLU music students Tickets - Call (253)535-7411
Mar 14 20:00 22:00
Flowers, Butter, & Tea
Deborah Schwartzkopf, a full time potter in Seattle, showcases work that redefines the utilitarian by bringing new and interesting form into everyday ceramics.

Deb Schwartzkopf was born and raised in Seattle. From 1999-2002 she earned her her BA at the University of Alaska and worked for studio potters in the Anchorage area. In the Spring of 2005, Deb completed a MFA at Penn State. She has taught at Ohio University, Massachusetts College of Art and Design and the University of Washington. She has worked nationally at the Archie Bray Foundation, Mudflat Studios, the Clay Studio, and Pottery Northwest and internationally at Sanboa in Jingdezhen, China, the Ceramics Workcenter in Berin, Germany and taught with the University of Georgia's study abroad program in Cortona, Italy. She teaches workshops and exhibits nationally and internationally. Please visit debspottery.com for upcoming events, studio assistant opportunities, or appointments at her Seattle, WA studio.

The University Gallery is free to visit and is open 8am-4pm Monday-Friday or by appointment.
Mar 12 8:00 to Apr 8 16:00
2015 Swim Team Banquet
Swim team Postseason lunch and celebration, awards ceremony.
Mar 15 12:00 15:30
Steel Magnolias
Set in a small town in Louisiana, six women fill Truvy's beauty salon with laughter and banter. Over the course of three years, the women gather in the comfort of the salon and lead the audience through life events showing elegance and determination in good times and bad. As Truvy states, "Laughter through tears is my favorite emotion."

Written by Robert Harling, Directed by Lori Lee Wallace
Mar 15 14:00 17:00
University Wind Ensemble
Band Series: University Wind Ensemble, Dr. Edwin Powell, Director. Selections to include: Sereande, Op. 7 by Richard Strauss; Symphony in B-Flat by Paul Hindemith; Dance of the New World by Dana Wilson; Be Though My Vision by David Gillingham; Lads of Wamphray by Percy Grainger. Tickets: $8 general admission / $5 senior citizen (55+); alumni / free PLU community, students, 18 and under.Tickets available through the PLU Concierge Desk (253-535-7411).
Mar 15 15:00 16:30
Brandon Hell Jr. BM Recital
Student series: Brandon Hell gives this recital in partial fulfillment of the Bachelor of Music Degree. He studies Voice with Barry Johnson.
Free admission, no tickets.
Mar 15 17:30 18:30
Flowers, Butter, & Tea
Deborah Schwartzkopf, a full time potter in Seattle, showcases work that redefines the utilitarian by bringing new and interesting form into everyday ceramics.

Deb Schwartzkopf was born and raised in Seattle. From 1999-2002 she earned her her BA at the University of Alaska and worked for studio potters in the Anchorage area. In the Spring of 2005, Deb completed a MFA at Penn State. She has taught at Ohio University, Massachusetts College of Art and Design and the University of Washington. She has worked nationally at the Archie Bray Foundation, Mudflat Studios, the Clay Studio, and Pottery Northwest and internationally at Sanboa in Jingdezhen, China, the Ceramics Workcenter in Berin, Germany and taught with the University of Georgia's study abroad program in Cortona, Italy. She teaches workshops and exhibits nationally and internationally. Please visit debspottery.com for upcoming events, studio assistant opportunities, or appointments at her Seattle, WA studio.

The University Gallery is free to visit and is open 8am-4pm Monday-Friday or by appointment.
Mar 12 8:00 to Apr 8 16:00
When Medicine Got it Wrong
This is an event through NAMI on Campus PLU that will consist of watching the video "When Medicine Got it Wrong", and then holding a small discussion after it. This video is about, "In the 1970s, a small group of ordinary parents rocked the halls of psychiatry, launching a grassroots movement that challenged medicine, policy-making and American culture at large.". This video gives a background to NAMI and the changes brought on by the organization. We will use this event as a kick starter to our club and also it works to raise awareness about what it is we do.
Mar 16 19:30 21:00
Flowers, Butter, & Tea
Deborah Schwartzkopf, a full time potter in Seattle, showcases work that redefines the utilitarian by bringing new and interesting form into everyday ceramics.

Deb Schwartzkopf was born and raised in Seattle. From 1999-2002 she earned her her BA at the University of Alaska and worked for studio potters in the Anchorage area. In the Spring of 2005, Deb completed a MFA at Penn State. She has taught at Ohio University, Massachusetts College of Art and Design and the University of Washington. She has worked nationally at the Archie Bray Foundation, Mudflat Studios, the Clay Studio, and Pottery Northwest and internationally at Sanboa in Jingdezhen, China, the Ceramics Workcenter in Berin, Germany and taught with the University of Georgia's study abroad program in Cortona, Italy. She teaches workshops and exhibits nationally and internationally. Please visit debspottery.com for upcoming events, studio assistant opportunities, or appointments at her Seattle, WA studio.

The University Gallery is free to visit and is open 8am-4pm Monday-Friday or by appointment.
Mar 12 8:00 to Apr 8 16:00
Forum on Ending Sex Trafficking
Dr. Carolyn West: Forum on Ending Sex Trafficking. West, Associate Professor of Psychology at the University of Washington, teaches courses on Sex Crimes and Sexual Violence and the Psychology of Black Women. She is the first holder of the Bartley Dobb Professorship for the Study and Prevention of Violence (2005-08) and the editor/contributor of the award-winning book Violence in the Lives of Black Women: Battered, Black, and Blue.
7 p.m., Chris Knutzen Hall, Anderson University Center.
Mar 17 8:00 23:59
Women's Tennis vs Skagit Valley CC
women's tennis match
Mar 17 15:00 19:30
University Symphony Orchestra
Orchestra Series: The Pacific Lutheran University Symphony Orchestra Student Showcase Concert features winners of the 2014-2015 Student Soloist Competition. Elizabeth Binkley, soprano will perform Exultate, jubilate, K. 165, by W.A. Mozart. Kaela Shoe, percussionist will perform Concerto for Marimba and Strings by Emmanuel Sejorne. Alan Young, tuba will perform Concerto for Bass Tuba and Orchestra by Ralph Vaughan Williams, and Taylor Whatley, composition will have his piece Rhapsaody for Organ and Orchestra performed featuring Dr. Paul Tegels on organ. Tickets: $8 general admission, $5 senior citizens (55+), $3 alumni, free PLU community, 18 and under. Tickets - Call (253)535-7411
Mar 17 20:00 21:30
Flowers, Butter, & Tea
Deborah Schwartzkopf, a full time potter in Seattle, showcases work that redefines the utilitarian by bringing new and interesting form into everyday ceramics.

Deb Schwartzkopf was born and raised in Seattle. From 1999-2002 she earned her her BA at the University of Alaska and worked for studio potters in the Anchorage area. In the Spring of 2005, Deb completed a MFA at Penn State. She has taught at Ohio University, Massachusetts College of Art and Design and the University of Washington. She has worked nationally at the Archie Bray Foundation, Mudflat Studios, the Clay Studio, and Pottery Northwest and internationally at Sanboa in Jingdezhen, China, the Ceramics Workcenter in Berin, Germany and taught with the University of Georgia's study abroad program in Cortona, Italy. She teaches workshops and exhibits nationally and internationally. Please visit debspottery.com for upcoming events, studio assistant opportunities, or appointments at her Seattle, WA studio.

The University Gallery is free to visit and is open 8am-4pm Monday-Friday or by appointment.
Mar 12 8:00 to Apr 8 16:00
Education Career Fair
Location: University Center, Scandinavian Cultural Center
Mar 18 15:30 17:30
Reception: "Flowers, Butter, & Tea"
Deborah Schwartzkopf, a full time potter in Seattle, showcases work that redefines the utilitarian by bringing new and interesting form into everyday ceramics.

Deb Schwartzkopf was born and raised in Seattle. From 1999-2002 she earned her her BA at the University of Alaska and worked for studio potters in the Anchorage area. In the Spring of 2005, Deb completed a MFA at Penn State. She has taught at Ohio University, Massachusetts College of Art and Design and the University of Washington. She has worked nationally at the Archie Bray Foundation, Mudflat Studios, the Clay Studio, and Pottery Northwest and internationally at Sanboa in Jingdezhen, China, the Ceramics Workcenter in Berin, Germany and taught with the University of Georgia's study abroad program in Cortona, Italy. She teaches workshops and exhibits nationally and internationally. Please visit debspottery.com for upcoming events, studio assistant opportunities, or appointments at her Seattle, WA studio.

The University Gallery is free to visit and is open 8am-4pm Monday-Friday or by appointment.
Mar 18 17:00 19:00
University Jazz Ensemble Concert
Location: Karen Hille Phillips Center for the Performing Arts

Jazz Series: The University Jazz Ensemble Homecoming Concert presents pieces played on its spring tour- a joint concert with the University of Puget Sound jazz ensemble at UPS, and performances by the large and small jazz bands at the 2nd Annual Seattle Jazz Experience at the Seattle Center. The jazz faculty and PLU jazz students will be showcased on the KPLU Studio Sessions, broadcast live on KPLU 88.5 FM and streamed at www.kplu.org from noon to 1:00 on Wednesday, April 29, 2015. There will also be a PLU Jazz Day at Tula's jazz club in Seattle on Sunday, May 3, 2015 from 3:00-6:00 featuring the jazz faculty Jazz Sound Trio, student combos, little big band, and big band. Tickets: $8 general admission/ $5 senior citizens (55+), alumni / free PLU community, students, 18 and under. Tickets available through the PLU Concierge Desk (253 535-7411)

Tickets: $8 general admission; $5 senior citizens (55+) & alumni; free PLU community, students, 18 and under. Call 253-535-7787.
Mar 18 20:00 21:30
Flowers, Butter, & Tea
Deborah Schwartzkopf, a full time potter in Seattle, showcases work that redefines the utilitarian by bringing new and interesting form into everyday ceramics.

Deb Schwartzkopf was born and raised in Seattle. From 1999-2002 she earned her her BA at the University of Alaska and worked for studio potters in the Anchorage area. In the Spring of 2005, Deb completed a MFA at Penn State. She has taught at Ohio University, Massachusetts College of Art and Design and the University of Washington. She has worked nationally at the Archie Bray Foundation, Mudflat Studios, the Clay Studio, and Pottery Northwest and internationally at Sanboa in Jingdezhen, China, the Ceramics Workcenter in Berin, Germany and taught with the University of Georgia's study abroad program in Cortona, Italy. She teaches workshops and exhibits nationally and internationally. Please visit debspottery.com for upcoming events, studio assistant opportunities, or appointments at her Seattle, WA studio.

The University Gallery is free to visit and is open 8am-4pm Monday-Friday or by appointment.
Mar 12 8:00 to Apr 8 16:00
Women's Tennis vs Bellevue College
women's tennis match
Mar 19 15:00 19:30
Choir of the West Concert
Choral Series: Choir of the West winter concert. Richard Nance, Conductor
Tickets: $8 general admission/ $5 senior citizens (55+), alumni / free PLU community, students, 18 and under. Tickets available through the PLU Concierge Desk (253 535-7411)
Mar 19 20:00 21:30
Flowers, Butter, & Tea
Deborah Schwartzkopf, a full time potter in Seattle, showcases work that redefines the utilitarian by bringing new and interesting form into everyday ceramics.

Deb Schwartzkopf was born and raised in Seattle. From 1999-2002 she earned her her BA at the University of Alaska and worked for studio potters in the Anchorage area. In the Spring of 2005, Deb completed a MFA at Penn State. She has taught at Ohio University, Massachusetts College of Art and Design and the University of Washington. She has worked nationally at the Archie Bray Foundation, Mudflat Studios, the Clay Studio, and Pottery Northwest and internationally at Sanboa in Jingdezhen, China, the Ceramics Workcenter in Berin, Germany and taught with the University of Georgia's study abroad program in Cortona, Italy. She teaches workshops and exhibits nationally and internationally. Please visit debspottery.com for upcoming events, studio assistant opportunities, or appointments at her Seattle, WA studio.

The University Gallery is free to visit and is open 8am-4pm Monday-Friday or by appointment.
Mar 12 8:00 to Apr 8 16:00
Transfer Scholarships Day
Provost Transfer and Saugen Business Transfer finalists are invited to campus to celebrate their accomplishments and to interview with faculty to compete for the prestigious Provost Transfer Scholarships and Saugen Business Scholarships for Transfer Students. (By invitation only)
Mar 20 11:30 17:00
Flowers, Butter, & Tea
Deborah Schwartzkopf, a full time potter in Seattle, showcases work that redefines the utilitarian by bringing new and interesting form into everyday ceramics.

Deb Schwartzkopf was born and raised in Seattle. From 1999-2002 she earned her her BA at the University of Alaska and worked for studio potters in the Anchorage area. In the Spring of 2005, Deb completed a MFA at Penn State. She has taught at Ohio University, Massachusetts College of Art and Design and the University of Washington. She has worked nationally at the Archie Bray Foundation, Mudflat Studios, the Clay Studio, and Pottery Northwest and internationally at Sanboa in Jingdezhen, China, the Ceramics Workcenter in Berin, Germany and taught with the University of Georgia's study abroad program in Cortona, Italy. She teaches workshops and exhibits nationally and internationally. Please visit debspottery.com for upcoming events, studio assistant opportunities, or appointments at her Seattle, WA studio.

The University Gallery is free to visit and is open 8am-4pm Monday-Friday or by appointment.
Mar 12 8:00 to Apr 8 16:00
Flowers, Butter, & Tea
Deborah Schwartzkopf, a full time potter in Seattle, showcases work that redefines the utilitarian by bringing new and interesting form into everyday ceramics.

Deb Schwartzkopf was born and raised in Seattle. From 1999-2002 she earned her her BA at the University of Alaska and worked for studio potters in the Anchorage area. In the Spring of 2005, Deb completed a MFA at Penn State. She has taught at Ohio University, Massachusetts College of Art and Design and the University of Washington. She has worked nationally at the Archie Bray Foundation, Mudflat Studios, the Clay Studio, and Pottery Northwest and internationally at Sanboa in Jingdezhen, China, the Ceramics Workcenter in Berin, Germany and taught with the University of Georgia's study abroad program in Cortona, Italy. She teaches workshops and exhibits nationally and internationally. Please visit debspottery.com for upcoming events, studio assistant opportunities, or appointments at her Seattle, WA studio.

The University Gallery is free to visit and is open 8am-4pm Monday-Friday or by appointment.
Mar 12 8:00 to Apr 8 16:00
Flowers, Butter, & Tea
Deborah Schwartzkopf, a full time potter in Seattle, showcases work that redefines the utilitarian by bringing new and interesting form into everyday ceramics.

Deb Schwartzkopf was born and raised in Seattle. From 1999-2002 she earned her her BA at the University of Alaska and worked for studio potters in the Anchorage area. In the Spring of 2005, Deb completed a MFA at Penn State. She has taught at Ohio University, Massachusetts College of Art and Design and the University of Washington. She has worked nationally at the Archie Bray Foundation, Mudflat Studios, the Clay Studio, and Pottery Northwest and internationally at Sanboa in Jingdezhen, China, the Ceramics Workcenter in Berin, Germany and taught with the University of Georgia's study abroad program in Cortona, Italy. She teaches workshops and exhibits nationally and internationally. Please visit debspottery.com for upcoming events, studio assistant opportunities, or appointments at her Seattle, WA studio.

The University Gallery is free to visit and is open 8am-4pm Monday-Friday or by appointment.
Mar 12 8:00 to Apr 8 16:00
Flowers, Butter, & Tea
Deborah Schwartzkopf, a full time potter in Seattle, showcases work that redefines the utilitarian by bringing new and interesting form into everyday ceramics.

Deb Schwartzkopf was born and raised in Seattle. From 1999-2002 she earned her her BA at the University of Alaska and worked for studio potters in the Anchorage area. In the Spring of 2005, Deb completed a MFA at Penn State. She has taught at Ohio University, Massachusetts College of Art and Design and the University of Washington. She has worked nationally at the Archie Bray Foundation, Mudflat Studios, the Clay Studio, and Pottery Northwest and internationally at Sanboa in Jingdezhen, China, the Ceramics Workcenter in Berin, Germany and taught with the University of Georgia's study abroad program in Cortona, Italy. She teaches workshops and exhibits nationally and internationally. Please visit debspottery.com for upcoming events, studio assistant opportunities, or appointments at her Seattle, WA studio.

The University Gallery is free to visit and is open 8am-4pm Monday-Friday or by appointment.
Mar 12 8:00 to Apr 8 16:00
Flowers, Butter, & Tea
Deborah Schwartzkopf, a full time potter in Seattle, showcases work that redefines the utilitarian by bringing new and interesting form into everyday ceramics.

Deb Schwartzkopf was born and raised in Seattle. From 1999-2002 she earned her her BA at the University of Alaska and worked for studio potters in the Anchorage area. In the Spring of 2005, Deb completed a MFA at Penn State. She has taught at Ohio University, Massachusetts College of Art and Design and the University of Washington. She has worked nationally at the Archie Bray Foundation, Mudflat Studios, the Clay Studio, and Pottery Northwest and internationally at Sanboa in Jingdezhen, China, the Ceramics Workcenter in Berin, Germany and taught with the University of Georgia's study abroad program in Cortona, Italy. She teaches workshops and exhibits nationally and internationally. Please visit debspottery.com for upcoming events, studio assistant opportunities, or appointments at her Seattle, WA studio.

The University Gallery is free to visit and is open 8am-4pm Monday-Friday or by appointment.
Mar 12 8:00 to Apr 8 16:00
Flowers, Butter, & Tea
Deborah Schwartzkopf, a full time potter in Seattle, showcases work that redefines the utilitarian by bringing new and interesting form into everyday ceramics.

Deb Schwartzkopf was born and raised in Seattle. From 1999-2002 she earned her her BA at the University of Alaska and worked for studio potters in the Anchorage area. In the Spring of 2005, Deb completed a MFA at Penn State. She has taught at Ohio University, Massachusetts College of Art and Design and the University of Washington. She has worked nationally at the Archie Bray Foundation, Mudflat Studios, the Clay Studio, and Pottery Northwest and internationally at Sanboa in Jingdezhen, China, the Ceramics Workcenter in Berin, Germany and taught with the University of Georgia's study abroad program in Cortona, Italy. She teaches workshops and exhibits nationally and internationally. Please visit debspottery.com for upcoming events, studio assistant opportunities, or appointments at her Seattle, WA studio.

The University Gallery is free to visit and is open 8am-4pm Monday-Friday or by appointment.
Mar 12 8:00 to Apr 8 16:00
Flowers, Butter, & Tea
Deborah Schwartzkopf, a full time potter in Seattle, showcases work that redefines the utilitarian by bringing new and interesting form into everyday ceramics.

Deb Schwartzkopf was born and raised in Seattle. From 1999-2002 she earned her her BA at the University of Alaska and worked for studio potters in the Anchorage area. In the Spring of 2005, Deb completed a MFA at Penn State. She has taught at Ohio University, Massachusetts College of Art and Design and the University of Washington. She has worked nationally at the Archie Bray Foundation, Mudflat Studios, the Clay Studio, and Pottery Northwest and internationally at Sanboa in Jingdezhen, China, the Ceramics Workcenter in Berin, Germany and taught with the University of Georgia's study abroad program in Cortona, Italy. She teaches workshops and exhibits nationally and internationally. Please visit debspottery.com for upcoming events, studio assistant opportunities, or appointments at her Seattle, WA studio.

The University Gallery is free to visit and is open 8am-4pm Monday-Friday or by appointment.
Mar 12 8:00 to Apr 8 16:00
Flowers, Butter, & Tea
Deborah Schwartzkopf, a full time potter in Seattle, showcases work that redefines the utilitarian by bringing new and interesting form into everyday ceramics.

Deb Schwartzkopf was born and raised in Seattle. From 1999-2002 she earned her her BA at the University of Alaska and worked for studio potters in the Anchorage area. In the Spring of 2005, Deb completed a MFA at Penn State. She has taught at Ohio University, Massachusetts College of Art and Design and the University of Washington. She has worked nationally at the Archie Bray Foundation, Mudflat Studios, the Clay Studio, and Pottery Northwest and internationally at Sanboa in Jingdezhen, China, the Ceramics Workcenter in Berin, Germany and taught with the University of Georgia's study abroad program in Cortona, Italy. She teaches workshops and exhibits nationally and internationally. Please visit debspottery.com for upcoming events, studio assistant opportunities, or appointments at her Seattle, WA studio.

The University Gallery is free to visit and is open 8am-4pm Monday-Friday or by appointment.
Mar 12 8:00 to Apr 8 16:00
AFTA Regional Event with Sue Johnson
Location: Regency Room, Anderson University Center
Time: 9 a.m. - 11 a.m.

On behalf of the AFTA Board of Directors, the AFTA Year-Round Committee (aka AFTA Regional Events) is happy to announce that AFTA member and renowned psychologist, Dr. Sue Johnson, has offered to host a webinar for the AFTA Community entitled, "The Future of Couple & Family Therapy."

Dr. Johnson will speak for an hour and then there will be 30 minutes allotted for questions and answers.

As part of an effort to increase AFTA's programming to be a year-round benefit of membership, we are encouraging you, our members, to participate in this interesting educational opportunity as a regional venue. Hence, we are asking for volunteers to open their homes to host members from their local area for this event. It is a chance to gather together to learn, enjoy each other's company, and of course eat. Since the talk will be delivered live and interactive through the internet, as an organization we will be connected globally.
Mar 28 9:00 11:00
Flowers, Butter, & Tea
Deborah Schwartzkopf, a full time potter in Seattle, showcases work that redefines the utilitarian by bringing new and interesting form into everyday ceramics.

Deb Schwartzkopf was born and raised in Seattle. From 1999-2002 she earned her her BA at the University of Alaska and worked for studio potters in the Anchorage area. In the Spring of 2005, Deb completed a MFA at Penn State. She has taught at Ohio University, Massachusetts College of Art and Design and the University of Washington. She has worked nationally at the Archie Bray Foundation, Mudflat Studios, the Clay Studio, and Pottery Northwest and internationally at Sanboa in Jingdezhen, China, the Ceramics Workcenter in Berin, Germany and taught with the University of Georgia's study abroad program in Cortona, Italy. She teaches workshops and exhibits nationally and internationally. Please visit debspottery.com for upcoming events, studio assistant opportunities, or appointments at her Seattle, WA studio.

The University Gallery is free to visit and is open 8am-4pm Monday-Friday or by appointment.
Mar 12 8:00 to Apr 8 16:00
Beatrice Herrmann Competition
The Beatrice Herrmann Instrumental Music Competition showcases the Puget Sound's finest young artists, featuring classical solo repertoire over three age divisions, from middle school to emerging artists. These finals will determine winners who will perform at the Theatre on the Square in downtown Tacoma in May.
Free and open to the public, no tickets required.

Competition url is still being updated for this year but is www.broadwaycenter.org/.....ition
Mar 29 13:30 18:00
Flowers, Butter, & Tea
Deborah Schwartzkopf, a full time potter in Seattle, showcases work that redefines the utilitarian by bringing new and interesting form into everyday ceramics.

Deb Schwartzkopf was born and raised in Seattle. From 1999-2002 she earned her her BA at the University of Alaska and worked for studio potters in the Anchorage area. In the Spring of 2005, Deb completed a MFA at Penn State. She has taught at Ohio University, Massachusetts College of Art and Design and the University of Washington. She has worked nationally at the Archie Bray Foundation, Mudflat Studios, the Clay Studio, and Pottery Northwest and internationally at Sanboa in Jingdezhen, China, the Ceramics Workcenter in Berin, Germany and taught with the University of Georgia's study abroad program in Cortona, Italy. She teaches workshops and exhibits nationally and internationally. Please visit debspottery.com for upcoming events, studio assistant opportunities, or appointments at her Seattle, WA studio.

The University Gallery is free to visit and is open 8am-4pm Monday-Friday or by appointment.
Mar 12 8:00 to Apr 8 16:00
Flowers, Butter, & Tea
Deborah Schwartzkopf, a full time potter in Seattle, showcases work that redefines the utilitarian by bringing new and interesting form into everyday ceramics.

Deb Schwartzkopf was born and raised in Seattle. From 1999-2002 she earned her her BA at the University of Alaska and worked for studio potters in the Anchorage area. In the Spring of 2005, Deb completed a MFA at Penn State. She has taught at Ohio University, Massachusetts College of Art and Design and the University of Washington. She has worked nationally at the Archie Bray Foundation, Mudflat Studios, the Clay Studio, and Pottery Northwest and internationally at Sanboa in Jingdezhen, China, the Ceramics Workcenter in Berin, Germany and taught with the University of Georgia's study abroad program in Cortona, Italy. She teaches workshops and exhibits nationally and internationally. Please visit debspottery.com for upcoming events, studio assistant opportunities, or appointments at her Seattle, WA studio.

The University Gallery is free to visit and is open 8am-4pm Monday-Friday or by appointment.
Mar 12 8:00 to Apr 8 16:00
Elizabeth Binkley Sr. BM Recital
Student Series: Elizabeth Binkley gives this recital in partial fulfillment of the Bachelor of Music Degree. She studies Voice with Janeanne Houston.
Free Admission, no tickets
Mar 31 20:00 21:00