Applicant parents and current parents are invited for coffee and a brief presentation about financial aid at Catlin Gabel. There will also be an open forum where admission and financial aid staff members will address your questions directly.
Lark Palma and US history teacher Meredith Goddard invite anyone who is interested to read and discuss acclaimed journalist Emily Matchar’s book Homeward Bound: Why Women are Embracing the New Domesticity.
"We look forward to a lively, inter-generational, multigendered, feminist discussion on women's changing roles at home and in the workplace," said Lark.
"The brilliance of Emily Matchar's new book is that it exhaustively describes what disillusioned workers are opting into: a slower, more sustainable, and more self-sufficient lifestyle that's focused on the home. Matchar synthesizes dozens of trend stories . . . into a single, compelling narrative about the resurgence of domesticity. . . . Refreshing" –The New Republic
The book is available for $20 in the Catlin Gabel bookstore (lower level of the Barn). Pick it up for a good winter break read.
Please complete the website form by January 24 to reserve your spot in the discussion circle.
Amanda Coplin is the author of the New York Times best-selling novel The Orchardist, her debut novel. The Orchardist has made several best-of-the-year lists, including National Public Radio, the Oregonian, and the Washington Post, and was selected as a 2012 Barnes and Noble Discover Award finalist.
Coplin was born in Wenatchee, Washington. She earned her BA from the University of Oregon and MFA from the University of Minnesota. A recipient of residencies from the Fine Arts Work Center in Provincetown, Massachusetts, and the Omi International Arts Center at Ledig House in Ghent, New York, she lives in Portland, Oregon.
In addition to her assembly appearance, Amanda Coplin will work with juniors in their English classes.
Catlin Gabel is one of 11 area schools participating in Portland Playhouse’s Fall Festival of Shakespeare. Middle and Upper School students are in the cast. Tickets $9 for adults, $7 for students and senior citizens.
In addition to two performances on campus, our production of “The Tempest” is showing at the Winningstad Theatre on Saturday, November 2, at 2 p.m. » Order tickets online.