Cephalopod Appreciation Society! Mon, June 9th, 7PM, Hugo House

 

CEPHALOPOD APPRECIATION SOCIETY

It’s here once again! An all ages arts & science community gathering to celebrate the Cephalopods: octopus, squid, chambered nautilus, and cuttlefish!

 

Featuring cephalopod-inspired poetry, music, film, art, impassioned speeches, and more — plus favorite fact sharing and footage of the creatures themselves. Whether you’re a long-time fan of the cephalopods or just cephalo-curious, please join us for this fun and lively event!

 

Cephalopod Appreciation Society

Location: Richard Hugo House, 1634 11th Ave, Seattle, WA 98122

Starting: 7:00 p.m. SHARP

Free! All ages! Public event.

 

For more information, contact: Sierra Nelson songsforsquid@gmail.com

 

LITERARY OFFERINGS (Original & Found):

* Bill Carty

* Kevin J Craft

* Creatures of the Sea Hugo House Class

* Rebecca Hoogs

* John Wesley Horton

* Katie Ogle

* Maga Barzallo Sockemtickem

* Jason Whitmarsh

* Deborah Woodard

 

MUSICAL OFFERINGS:

* Heidi Biggs 

* Levi Fuller 

* Lori Goldston  

* Sea-Shantacular! 

 

SHORT TALKS, COLLABORATIONS, & IMPASSIONED SPEECHES:

* Victoria Danger Alden 

* Corinne Manning 

* Melanie Noel 

* Andrew Sobey 

* Ilvs Strauss 

 

CEPHALOPODS IN ACTION! 

A selection of short nature films including from Seattle’s own Diver Laura and French filmmaker Jean Painlevé.

 

ART: Luc Mariani

 

SPECIAL THANKS:

* Greg Stump for our programs

* Eric Olson for our beautiful poster and postcard design

* Britta Johnson for stickers, tech support, & enthusiasm

* and to the Hugo House for giving us the space to celebrate!

 

Yours in arms & tentacles,

Sierra Nelson

 

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