Events Calendar

Upcoming

October 16

Once Upon a Weekend

The PAUSE board presents Once Upon a Weekend!
October 18

Dickens Reading Group

Join students and faculty on Monday evenings on Zoom at 7 PM to discuss Charles Dickens’s Great Expectations. It is not too late to join! The group has already completed Chapters 1-5 and will read through Chapter 10 for September 13th.
October 22

Shifting the Lens: Storytelling for Solidarity

The Oregon Health and Science University Center for Ethics in Health Care presents this virtual lecture series Compassion and Solidarity: Enhancing Ethical Medical Care in Oregon and Beyond

Shifting the Lens: Storytelling for Solidarity will be presented by Elizabeth Lahti, MD., Director of Narrative Medicine at OHSU, and President of the Northwest Narrative Medicine Collaborative. She teaches narrative medicine and reflective practice to students, residents, and faculty. She uses narrative techniques in all areas of medical education, with a focus on professional identity formation, leadership development, and patient centered care. She is poetry editor for The Pharos, a medical humanities journal of the national Alpha Omega Alpha Honors Society. Her work has been published in Annals of Internal Medicine, Journal of General Internal Medicine, and The Intima.
October 24

Lewis & Clark Orchestra Concert “Unfinished”

The Lewis & Clark Orchestra perform its first concert of the 2021-22 season on Sunday, October 24, 2021 in the Agnes Flanagan Chapel. Robert Whalen, conductor.
October 25

Dickens Reading Group

Join students and faculty on Monday evenings on Zoom at 7 PM to discuss Charles Dickens’s Great Expectations. It is not too late to join! The group has already completed Chapters 1-5 and will read through Chapter 10 for September 13th.
October 26

Art Department Visiting Artist- Lynn Yarne

Lecture by visiting artist Lynn Yarne
October 26

James W. Rogers Concert

The Lewis & Clark Department of Music presents its annual James W. Rogers Concert in memory of a beloved musical alumnus. This year’s theme is The Greater Good, featuring performances by Lewis & Clark faculty and students.
October 27

Passion Play, Part One - Fall Main Stage 2021

Directed by Rebecca Lingafelter
Part 1, 10/27/2021 7:30pm
Part 2, 10/28/2021 7:30pm
Part 3, 10/29/2021 7:30pm
Parts 1, 2, 3, 10/30/2021 2pm
Part 1, 11/03/2021 7:30pm
Part 2, 11/04/2021 7:30pm
Part 3, 11/05/2021 7:30pm
Parts 1, 2, 3, 11/06/2021 2pm

Past Events

October 13

Consider This with Mitchell S. Jackson, sponsored by Oregon Humanities

On October 13, Oregon Humanities is hosting a #ConsiderThis conversation with the Pulitzer Prizewinner and Oregon author of Survival Math and The Residue Years, Mitchell S. Jackson. Oregon Humanities encourages the Lewis & Clark College students, faculty, and greater community to attend. Learn more and RSVP for this free event here.  
October 12

Art Department Visiting Artist - Chiffon Thomas

Lecture by visiting art Chiffon Thomas
October 11

Dickens Reading Group

Join students and faculty on Monday evenings on Zoom at 7 PM to discuss Charles Dickens’s Great Expectations. It is not too late to join! The group has already completed Chapters 1-5 and will read through Chapter 10 for September 13th.
October 7

Write Around Portland: Online Creative Writing Workshop

Hosted by Write Around Portland, a Center for Community and Global Health Community Partner, these bi-monthly workshops are a unique opportunity to experience the ways in which writing can help to heal.

Writing is often thought of as something done in isolation; we know there is immense power when writing is done in community.
 Join us for creativity and community-building, with generative writing exercises, sharing and strengths-based feedback. Our workshop model, refined over 22 years, is proven for people of all writing levels: from the budding writer to the published author.

Workshops
are held via Zoom every other Thursday, September 23rd through December 16th from 11 am to 12:30 pm.

October 4

Dickens Reading Group

Join students and faculty on Monday evenings on Zoom at 7 PM to discuss Charles Dickens’s Great Expectations. It is not too late to join! The group has already completed Chapters 1-5 and will read through Chapter 10 for September 13th.