Arts and Humanities
The Foundation offers a wide variety of cultural experiences through its well known Arts and Humanities Program. The Foundation is able to offer these programs to the college faculty, staff, and community in a variety of ways. Whether it’s a lecture on the Middle East or a trip to Gettysburg, the Foundation plans several informative and entertaining Arts and Humanities events each semester.
Lectures, presentations, and gala events are held at the college, while the weekend trips are hosted by individuals who make the historic location being visited come alive. The Foundation has taken groups to Gettysburg, Richmond, Antietam, Philadelphia, Yorktown, Winston Salem, Asheville, Edenton, and many other locations.
Sunday, September 15 Jodi Magness More Than Just Mosaics 4 p.m. Moffatt Auditorium
Monday, October 15 Gene Nichol Faces of Poverty 7 p.m. Walnut 101
Monday, October 21 Roy Heidicker A Bridge Too Far: Operation Market Garden 7 p.m. Walnut 101
Monday, October 28 Dean Tuck and Rebecca Hardin-Thrift Writing Teachers Who Write 5:30 p.m. Walnut 101
Monday, November 4 Andrea Kitta History of the Anti-Vaccination Movement 5:30 p.m. Walnut 101
Tuesday, November 19 Molly Worthen Inside the Mind of the Christian Right: A Deep History of the Culture Wars 5:30 p.m. Walnut 101
Check back for a complete listing and details regarding the speakers and their lectures.