The Department of Enterprise Services, in partnership with Humanities Washington, will present the next event in the DEI speaker series. The lunch and learn session, "Umoji: Sustaining African Cultural Arts," will take place Thursday, Aug. 26, from noon to 1 p.m.
Through a partnership with Humanities Washington, the Department of Enterprise Services DEI Council will present the third in their lunch and learn series, " Drag Culture: Beyond Entertainment," July 29 from noon to 1 p.m.
The virtual event is open to the public.
Join drag king performer Ceasar Hart and explore the history of drag culture and why it is so important for many in the LGBTQ+ community.
Several DES services on the Capitol Campus will re-start on July 1 following the statewide reopening.
DES has started considering permits for outdoor events that will occur after June 30 as well as banners on the Capitol Way pedestrian bridge. The agency began issuing permits for all other types of displays on the campus in the spring.
OLYMPIA - The Washington State Department of Enterprise Services (DES) has approved use of a drone on Wednesday, June 9, to perform 3-D mapping of Capitol Campus buildings and to help assess ongoing construction work and building facility conditions.
Through a partnership with Humanities Washington, the Department of Enterprise Services DEI Council will present the second in their lunch and learn series, "Tangled: Why Your Hair Matters to Society," June 22 from noon to 1 p.m.
Join Professor Anu Taranath to untangle the meaning of hair and better understand the stories we tell about beauty, bias and belonging.