Past Programs & Resources
CATCH UP WITH US!
Take action and be inspired with Discovery Center’s virtual programs from home! Join us, our guests, and partner community organizations in this selection of past virtual events featuring resources, performances, and discussions.
In recognition of National Black HIV/AIDS Awareness Day (NBHAAD) and Black History Month, the Discovery Center hosted a virtual program on February 24, 2021 featuring voices from the Black community exploring the power of storytelling, the impact of HIV, and thoughtful ways to take action to end stigma.
The event "Stories of the Past, Stories of the Present: Honoring World AIDS Day" was held virtually on December 1, 2020, and hosted in partnership with The AIDS Memorial Pathway (The AMP) and The Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation Discovery Center to reflect on the impact of AIDS.
On October 28, 2020 we discussed the power of art to heal, create change, and take action at this moment in time. We featured the “You’ll Heal Tacoma” video of the public art project by Jessica Spring of the Public Art Reaching Community (PARC) program in Tacoma. Then heard from panelists, as they shared what is inspiring them, and the challenges and opportunities for creating and presenting art during COVID-19.
On September 30, 2020, we focused our program on education and equity, an issue amplified by the pandemic of COVID-19. We discussed your hopes for this school year, heard from amazing young leaders, and explored actions we can all take to build more equity in education.
The Census and the impact of its findings was front-and-center during our August 26, 2020 event. We explored how communities and organizations are coming together around the 2020 census and voter registration and outreach.
How can we take action to strengthen community resilience? This inspiring half-hour event, recorded on July 29, 2020, brought together stories of impact and resilience during COVID-19 from performers and local changemakers.
Discovery Center Youth Ambassadors present a series of virtual episodes filmed live in the spring of 2020 featuring performances, local organization spotlights, fun activities, a collective art project, and Q&As with local youth activists, organizers, and artists.