Encourage Your Students to Take Advantage of Osceola’s Virtual Humanities Events This Spring

Friday, January 22, 2021

A Message from Kathleen Plinske, President, Osceola, Lake Nona and Poinciana Campuses

Thanks to generous funding and logistical support from (and collaboration with) Student Development, the Osceola Campus Humanities Department is happy to have online cultural event opportunities available for our students this spring as we continue navigating being online.

The events will be held in the Humanities Digital Venue (HDV), which features timely virtual museum and art gallery exhibits, virtual theater, and a virtual speaker series that includes but is not limited to “Sign of the Times: Student Art Show,” “Valencia Voices: Pandemic Podcast,” “Race, Myth, Art and Justice,” “Frank Lloyd Wright Tour,” and “Immigration Under A New Administration” by Sara Mora. As a digital forum, the HDV leverages the capabilities of new media to facilitate many conversations. You can view the events at the Humanities Digital Venue by using the link found on this calendar or clicking here.

Please promote and encourage your students to participate in these events. Also, feel free to reach out to Kathryn Cairns, part-time faculty, humanities, at kcairns@valenciacollege.edu if you have any questions or if you would like to participate in a future event.


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