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A series of conversations and spotlights on Centrum residents, alumnx, and broader arts community.

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On A.I.R. Episode 15: Queer Ecologies Part 3 with Jocine Velasco

On A.I.R. Episode 15: Queer Ecologies Part 3 with Jocine Velasco

This is part three of a four-part series put together by Centrum and Cleo Woelfle-Erskine and July Hazard to ask “what is queer ecology?” of climate scientists, ecologists, choreographers, poets, and creatives who each share unique perspectives on how queer and trans identities can and do play important roles in shifting the way we think about the sciences and our relations with the

Crackin’ the Vault Ep. 42: Run the Entire River, the Mighty Mississippi

Crackin’ the Vault An exploration of the Centrum archives Crackin’ the Vault, a new radio show on KPTZ 91.9FM Port Townsend, features musical nuggets from the last five decades of Centrum programming, including Country Blues, Fiddle Tunes, Voice Works, Slide and Steel, and one-time shows from the 90s. More than 55 National Heritage Fellows have

Crackin’ the Vault Ep. 41: Mariachi with Don Esteban Hernandez

Crackin’ the Vault An exploration of the Centrum archives Crackin’ the Vault, a new radio show on KPTZ 91.9FM Port Townsend, features musical nuggets from the last five decades of Centrum programming, including Country Blues, Fiddle Tunes, Voice Works, Slide and Steel, and one-time shows from the 90s. More than 55 National Heritage Fellows have

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On A.I.R. Episode 14 – Queer Ecologies Part 2, with Melecio Estrella and Andrew Jones

This is part 2 of a four-part series put together by Centrum and Cleo Woelfle-Erskine and July Hazard to ask “what is queer ecology?” of climate scientists, ecologists, choreographers, poets, and creatives who each share unique perspectives on how queer and trans identities can and do play important roles in shifting the way we think about the sciences and our relations with the

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