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The Evergreen State College

Week 4 – Winter

ON CAMPUS REQUIRED ACTIVITIES FOR STUDENTS NOT PARTICIPATING IN CA FIELD TRIP:  Week Four

Wednesday

Film Seminar 9:30-11  Sem2 E3109

Excerpts from Symphony of the Soil and Sonatas of the Soil

Both these DVDs and others related to Terroir Program themes and activities are available on Open Reserve in the Evergreen Library (under the staircase).

*Art Lecture Series 11:30-1  COM Bldg  http://blogs.evergreen.edu/artistlectureseries/

Prison Libraries/Prison Art. Laura Sherbo on libraries and prisons focused on the first amendment and Pat Graney, Seattle based choreographer, on art/performance in prisons and its impact on the incarcerated.

*See the Evergreen Gallery for the related exhibit, “Prison Obscura” before the talk for context and background

Friday

Independent Field Study Consultations 10-12  Sem2 E3109  (This is a good time to check in regarding weeks 3 and 4 as well as full quarter Field Study projects.)

Note:  Students not participating in the CA field trip must document the appropriate number of independent field study hours and activities with text and pictures on their individual TESC blogs linked to our Terroir program Sites webpage through the Alt CA Forum.  Be sure to attend the AM or PM Video Workshop week 2 and to connect with continuing students to set up and link your individual blog.

What’s an appropriate number of hours? 

If you’re registered for 16 credits that’s 40 hours of work per week, minus 7 hours for combination of Wed Film Seminar, A’cene or Art Lecture Series (and reading prep), and Friday Field Study Consultation, which leaves 33 hours for you to participate in and document your Independent Field Study this week.

Please email Sarah (williasa@evergreen.edu) if you will not be participating in campus program activities weeks 3 and 4 (and are not on CA field trip).

Monitor the Terroir Program Sites website for details and updates!

 

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