Calendar of Events

Sunday, September 25, 2022

UT Gardens: Online Auction of our Bee Art Exhibits

  • September 16, 2022 — September 27, 2022

Category: Exhibitions, visual art, Fundraisers and Virtual

Friday, September 16 thru Tuesday, September 27

Over 80 artists of all ages put their creativity on full display to participate in our Annual Art in the Garden program this year! All summer you've had the opportunity to view them on display in the Gardens, and soon you'll be able to bid on your favorites! Each of the adults' and kids' art pieces will be available to the highest bidder on our online auction site.
The link to the bidding site will be on our website. Bidding will close at 5pm on Tuesday, September 27. Winning bidders will be contacted after the close of the auction and can schedule a time to pick up their art during our Fall Plant Sale. Payment will be made at the time of pickup.

UT Gardens, Chapman Drive, Knoxville, TN 37996. Information: 865-974-7151, https://utgardens.tennessee.edu/

Pellissippi State celebrates Hispanic Heritage Month

Category: Festivals, special events, Film, Free event, History, heritage, Lecture, discussion, panel, Music and Virtual

Pellissippi State Community College invites you to join the College in celebrating Hispanic Heritage Month between Sept. 15 and Oct. 15. The College’s Hispanic Heritage Month Committee has planned 10 events, all of which are free and open to the public, that will celebrate the rich and beautiful complexity of Latino and Hispanic culture.

Thursday, September 15
Panel Discussion: Refugee and Immigrant Arrival Stories

10:45 a.m.-12:30 p.m., Division Street Campus
Discussion followed by snacks in the Student Lounge. History Assistant Professor Nick Rummell will moderate.

Keynote Address: DACA, Ten Years On
6-7 p.m. via Zoom https://us02web.zoom.us/j/87481598527
Lincoln Memorial University Duncan School of Law Assistant Professor Arléne
Amarante will give an overview of the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals
(DACA) statute, especially its impact in Tennessee.

Monday, September 19
Explanation of New Workforce Expansion Law
6 p.m. via Zoom https://us02web.zoom.us/j/81009742207
Luis Mata, policy coordinator of the Tennessee Immigrant and Refugee Rights Coalition and TIRRC Votes, will discuss how this law allows some immigrants to obtain trade licenses.

Wednesday, September 21
Roundtable discussion with Latino students, staff and faculty
2 p.m. Hardin Valley Campus,
Goins Building Cafeteria Annex (GN 151a)

Friday, September 23
Presentation on “Day of the Dead” exhibit
2 p.m. University of Tennessee McClung Museum via Zoom (Click Here to View)
Curator of Academic Programs Katy Malone will lead this tour

Wednesday, September 28
Band: Candela, with Hispanic food
Noon-2 p.m. Hardin Valley Campus Courtyard

Wednesday, October 5
American Culture is Hispanic Culture
Noon, Strawberry Plains Campus and via Zoom. https://us02web.zoom.us/j/88494186440
Instructor Nathan Widener

Thursday, October 6
Understanding U.S. Immigration Policies in the Past and Present
3:30-4:30 p.m. and via Zoom https://us02web.zoom.us/j/87668004552
Presented by De Ann Pendry, Distinguished Lecturer, Department of Anthropology, University of Tennessee-Knoxville

Thursday, October 13
Film: “Critical Thinking”
The film will run throughout the day at the Magnolia Avenue Campus
Based on a true story from 1998, five Latino and Black teenagers from the toughest underserved ghetto in Miami fight their way into the National Chess Championship under the guidance of their unconventional but inspirational teacher.

Music Faculty Recital: ¡Celebremos el mes de la Hispanidad!
7 p.m. Hardin Valley Campus, Clayton Performing Arts Center

Pellissippi State | 10915 Hardin Valley Road, Knoxville, TN 37933
https://www.pstcc.edu/hispanic-heritage/