Humanities in the Harbor will continue in July with a unique presentation by Iris Graville, author of Hands at Work.
What is the way of the artist? Whether the art is writing, music, photography, painting, healing, baking or some other creative expression, seven characteristics describe Iris' own experience as well as what she's learned from the people in Hands at Work: commitment, exploration, joy, fear, connection, faith, and lack of control. She will talk a bit about each of these characteristics with stories from her own journey as well as images and excerpts from Hands at Work.
Prior to Iris' presentation, guests are invited to attend the Hands at Work Exhibit Reception and Viewing at 5:00 p.m.
Humanities in the Harbor is held at Harbor History Museum, 4121 Harborview Drive, Gig Harbor, WA 98332. Admission is $5 and can be purchased online on the Museum's Buy Tickets page or by calling 253-858-6722; tickets may also be purchased at the door.
Questions and inquires may be directed to Zachary Sokolik, Marketing & Events Coordinator at Harbor History Museum at firstname.lastname@example.org.