HUMANITIES: ART / ENGLISH / AMERICAN CULTURAL STUDIES

WHAT HAVE
OUR STUDENTS
BEEN UP TO?

Ipawtkw’î
(“inheritance”)

Our students are helping to preserve the ancient Sahaptin language spoken by the Yakama people, as it has become endangered of disappearing forever.

ORAL HISTORIES

American Cultural Studies students are preserving the oral histories of tribal elders.

CLASS ACT

Our fine arts students have studied at the renowned Mt. Pilchuck Glass Studio founded by artist Dale Chihuley.

STUDIO WORK

Our fine arts students intern at internationally renowned artists’ studios like Archie Brey.

Cape Crusaders

Some of our humanities students have traveled to Cape Town, South Africa for academic and cultural exchanges.

Painting The Big Apple

Our art students have joined others from around the world to study art history in New York at Sotheby’s Institute of Art.

Music Makes the Man

Our humanities students study the role music and art plays in connecting people to their culture and its impact on communities.

Spoken Word

Our students help middle school kids channel creativity and angst through poetry.

A few of
our grads.

Greg Sutterlict

Greg Sutterlict

Nonprofit Founder

Xwayamamí Ishích (Eagle’s Nest)

B.A. in American Cultural Studies, 2004

Gerardo Gonzalez

Gerardo Gonzalez

Certified Architect

M.A., Architectural and Environmental Design - WSU

B.A. in Visual Arts, 2007

Yesenia Hunter

Yesenia Hunter

PH.D. Candidate at the University of Southern California

B.A. Interdisciplinary Contract, 2016