Fermat's Last Theater Company presents a dramatic reading from The Unwomanly Face of War: An Oral History of Women in World War II by Svetlana Alexievich, winner of the 2015 Nobel Prize.
A wildly unique opportunity to learn about animals in a fun and exciting way! We truly believe it is important not only to inform and educate people about animals and the world around us, but it also helps teach empathy and respect. We feel that if one can learn to love, care and respect animals, it is the first step in learning to love, care and respect the people with whom we share our earth.
In this virtual presentation, flautist and lecturer Galen Addur-Razzaq highlights the influence of women on the evolution of jazz, their significant contributions to the art form, and their struggles, both professional and personal.
NEA Heritage Fellow Karen Ann Hoffman, Oneida Nation of Wisconsin, leads participants in a hands-on traditional corn husk doll making workshop. A talented storyteller, she will also share the history of the dolls, and other Oneida stories.