The focus for the 34th Annual Casper College Humanities Festival and Demorest Lecture is “Around the World.” The festival will take place on February 20-22.
“Topic: The 1960s” a special learning community is being offered for the spring 2019 semester at Casper College.
Casper College will host a free three-day seminar “Through the Eyes of Many: Experiences in the Holocaust” March 8-10.
The current exhibition at both the Goodstein Visual Arts and Mildred Zahradnicek galleries, “Spooky Action at a Distance” will close on Friday, Feb. 23 with a lecture and reception.
Casper College’s Chad Hanson was one of seven finalists for the Association for the Study of Literature and Environment Book Awards for 2017.
Want to sell your car? Take a piano class. Interested in law school? Perhaps you should audition for “Guys and Dolls.” A fine arts degree can teach you so many useful skills. Part 6 features Gabrielle Reeves (AFA, ’06).
Want to sell your car? Take a piano class. Interested in law school? Perhaps you should audition for “Guys and Dolls.” A fine arts degree can teach you so many useful skills. Part 3 features Shaley George (’14).
I had the pleasure of attending The Living Library at the Casper College Humanities Festival on Wednesday, Feb. 22.
Hugh Martin was able to join us at the humanities festival and give a speech that touched the hearts and minds of those who attended.
Kate Bornstein, who signed my book “Auntie Kate,” was the Keynote Demorest speaker during the Casper College Humanities Festival.