Hupa multi-media artist and College of the Redwoods Art History educator, Brittany Britton talks about how living in Hoopa influences her art and how she addresses cross-sections of gender and cultural identity.both produced here in Arcata at the KHSU studios for Radio Bilinque, the nonprofit Latino radio network.
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For more information, please contact KHSU at 707-826-4807.Dell’Arte International School of Physical Theatre’s students graduating from the MFA program present original works in “Crossing the Vortex: Thesis Festival,” underway through Sunday. Also, we continue our North Coast Open Studios charter artist interviews series with Eureka oil painter Kathy O’Leary.
It commonly applies to countries once under colonial possession by the Spanish Empire following Spanish colonization of the Americas, parts of the Asia-Pacific region and Africa.
Principally, what are today the countries of Hispanic America, the Spanish Philippines, and Spanish Sahara where Spanish may or may not be the predominant or official language and their cultures are heavily derived from Spain although with strong local indigenous or other foreign influences.
Afterwards, hear the NEC’s questions to the candidates (and their responses) at the May 10 Humboldt County Supervisors Forum.
On this segment of Food For Thought, Jennifer Bell connects with Adam Canter, botanist with the Table Bluff Natural Resouces Department.
This article is about peoples and cultures related to Spain.
For Hispanos, such as Californios, Nuevomexicanos, Tejanos, or other uses of the English translation of Hispano, see Hispano (disambiguation).) broadly refers to the people, nations, and cultures that have a historical link to Spain.
Kati Texas, 2008 Rutabaga Queen and Kinetic Universe member talks with David Reed about the reason for the additional day's events, places for spectators to see the racers and the "Invisable Ticket," Native women aged 25 - 55 are the station's target audience because "nothing gets started or stopped without them." KIDE FM Hoopa Tribal Radio Station Manager, Joe Orozco talks about the importance of Tribally owned and operated community radio in remote, rural areas and the ways in which Hupa culture is cultivated through the station.
The search for the body of Maryland Army National Guardsman, Sgt.
The room change was made to accommodate the anticipated attendance of concerned KHSU volunteers and community members.