2022 Humanities Festival: Feb. 22-24, 26

The 37th Annual Casper College Humanities Festival and Demorest Lecture “Crossroads” will be held February 22-24 and 26, 2022. Invited presenters in various disciplines from social sciences, humanities and fine arts, such as  literature and political history, will explore the theme and encourage a dialogue with attendees. In partnership, The Nicolaysen Art Museum will host the Smithsonian “Museum on Main Street” exhibition, addressing themes  regarding land, the community, identity, persistence, and managing change. The Natrona County Library will also offer a book club and family day. The Casper College Department of Theatre and Dance will premiere “Shadowed  Winds and Ghost Roads.” The Mildred Zahradnicek Art Gallery will present “Somewhere Under One Sky” by Jennifer Pepple. The Casper College Western History Center will offer exhibitions related to the history of the Casper  College Humanities Festival, Margaret Demorest, and sessions.

A coffee talk with the Casper College Diversity and Inclusion Committee is tentatively set for the week of February 14. Please check the CC Humanities Festival website for further details.

These festival sessions are free and open to the public; select sessions are also available via ZOOM. Continuing education units or PTSB credits arranged by The Center for Training and Development at Casper College are available. A history of this event and updates are found at www.caspercollege.edu/events/humanities-festival/about/.