Art, Writing & Poetry
The Detective from Geoduck Street: The Matter of Cascadia
A brand new Cascadian novel has just been released! A Detective from Geoduck Street by Sylvester Olson is 'an epic fantasy', noir no good gritty crime, scifi novel for the Pacific Northwest!Read More
Cascadia Art Museum opens its doors in Edmonds, a home for “Pacific Northwest Art”
This past September, the first Cascadia Art Museum opened it's doors in Edmonds, Washington, and has been enjoying a great early success with several great, Pacific Northwest focused exhibitions. Cascadia opened its doors with a mission to celebrate art and artists within the Cascadia bioregion, from the sweeping mountains of the Continental Divide to the Pacific Oceans, and is currently the only museum in the Northwest to focus on the time period of the late 19th century, through the 1960's.Read More
Event Reportbacks: Cascadia Presentations and Table at Seattle AWP Conference
More than 13,000 writers and readers, and over 700 exhibitors were represented at the Association for Writers and Writing Programs Conference that took place at the Washington Convention Center in Seattle last month. Both CascadiaNow! and the Cascadia Poetry Festival had a table, and Cascadia was well represented with speakers and workshops during the weekendRead More
BC Poets to Cruise to Cascadia Poetry Festival
Heading for Cascadia Poetry Festival, happening May 1-4 in Seattle? Join a bunch of us on the Poets Cruise aboard the Victoria Clipper passenger ferry, departing downtown Victoria on Wednesday, April 30, at 6:00 pm. We will arrive in downtown Seattle at 8:45 pm.Read More
Salish Sea Planning Conference (Saturday April 26th)
The Salish Sea Planning Conference is a one day planning session for organizers, and those looking to be involved from Victoria, Vancouver, Bellingham, Everett, Snohomish, Seattle, Whidbey Island, Seattle, Bellevue, Tacoma, Olympia and Port Townsend (everyone else is welcome as well).Read More
Fashioning Cascadia: New Exhibit May 9th by the Museum of Contemporary Craft
This exhibition will ask: What is being made here and why? How does the fashion industry shape the regional identity of the Pacific Northwest? How/why are we known as a locality innovates through research and technology as well as handcraft, finding new models of production and consumption that reframe behavior patterns to be positioned for a more sustainable future?Read More
2014 Cascadia Poetry Festival – Registration Open!
Join hundreds of your peers for an amazing weekend of presentations, panels, discussions and workshops with the premier thinkers, geographers and poets from around the Cascadian bioregion.
DETAILS FOR TICKETS, FREE STUDENT REGISTRATION AND SPONSOR INFORead More
Interview with David McCloskey on Cascadia, by Paul Nelson
David McCloskey is a retired Professor of Sociology at Seattle University, and founder of the Cascadia Institute. The interview took place on October 30, 2013, at his home in Eugene, Oregon.