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FOUR AMAZING WOMEN. FOUR INCREDIBLE STORIES.
Welcome to VOICES, the Northwest’s foremost Women’s Lecture Series.
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Lara Logan General Admission Open Seating Orchestra 3-A
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General Admission Open Seating Orchestra 1 Orchestra 2 Reserved Group Reserved Group Orchestra 1 Patron Seating
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Piper Kerman Orchestra 5
VOICES showcases women and the power we bring to our cities, culture and the world. Our 22nd year brings a stellar lineup to The Tiffany Center Emerald Ballroom with Lara Logan, South African television and radio journalist and war correspondent, chief foreign affairs correspondent for CBS News and correspondent for CBS’s 60 Minutes; Piper Kerman, bestselling author of the memoir Orange is the New Black: My Year in a Women’s Prison which has been adapted into an original television series for Netflix; Temple Grandin, bestselling author, autistic activist, and consultant to the livestock industry on animal behavior and the focus of a 2010 HBO Emmy Award- winning film starring Claire Danes and Angélique Kidjo, Grammy Award–winning singer-songwriter and activist. This season, VOICES is using ThunderTix software, offering our subscribers Print-atHome tickets at the time order is approved or after email confirmation of assigned seating. We can mail tickets if subscribers do not have email or the ability to print. Please call for any assistance, 503-6317477. The pre-sale period and Early Bird Promotion of the series runs through April 15th. This guarantees your current seating. After April 15th, all seating will be open to the public. Single tickets may be released in September subject to availability. Thank you for your interest and continued support of VOICES. Francine Read 503-631-7477 Francine@voicesinc.com
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SUBSCRIPTION LEVELS Patron Early Bird: $289 / After April 15: $309 plus $10 handling fee per order. Patron Subscriptions receive premium reserved seats and are invited to attend an exclusive post-lecture catered reception to meet speakers and book signing with authors after each event. Reserved Group General Admission Early Bird: $179 / After April 15: $199 plus $10 handling fee per order. Group seating is 8 or more subscribers. General Admission Early Bird: $165 / After April 15: $179 plus $10 handling fee per order. Individual General Admission Individual tickets may be available in September based on availability and priced by event.
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Angélique Kidjo electrifies audiences around the world with the strength of her voice and the power of her performance. Named one of the 100 most inspiring women in the world by The Guardian, Angélique speaks out internationally for human rights and female empowerment as a UNICEF Goodwill Ambassador. She is the founder of the Batonga Foundation, supporting secondary school and higher education for girls in Africa. Over the course of her career, Angélique has released 10 albums to great acclaim including the 2008 Grammy Award winner for Best Contemporary World Music, Djin Djin. She has performed on The Late Show with David Letterman and The Tonight Show. Sir David Frost, Christine Amanpour and Bill Moyers have interviewed Angélique and BBC has named her as one of Africa’s 50 most iconic figures. Her new release, Spirit Rising, is a memoir and embodies her vibrant personality. All sales are final. A substitute speaker could appear in case of an emergency, health or force majeure condition.
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Wednesday, March 18, 2015
Grammy-award Winning Singer, Songwriter, and UNICEF Goodwill Ambassador
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Temple Grandin, Ph.D., is now the most accomplished and well-known adult with autism in the world and was the subject of the Emmy Award-winning HBO biopic Temple Grandin starring Claire Danes. Temple has revolutionized the way we see autism and Asperger’s, and given these conditions an intelligent and human face. Diagnosed with autism in 1950, Temple was not expected to achieve much in life, much less impact millions of people around the world. Today, she inspires global audiences with her stunning journey, from communicating only by screaming, peeping, and humming to developing a successful career as a livestock-handling equipment designer in addition to advocating for autism awareness. Temple is the author of five best-selling books including The Way I See It: A Personal Look at Autism and Asperger’s, Thinking in Pictures, Animals Make Us Human, The Autistic Brain and Different Not Less.
ANIMALS, HUMANS, AND SENSORY THINKING
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Wednesday, Feb. 4, 2015
Autism Activist, Animal Expert, Subject of an Award-Winning Film
RESERVED GROUP/GENERAL ADMISSION @ $179 Group seating is 8 or more subscribers.
In her bestselling memoir Orange is the New Black: My Year in a Woman’s Prison, Piper Kerman recounts the 15 months that she spent in the Danbury Correctional Facility for a crime she had committed ten years prior in a very brief, very careless dalliance in the world of drug trafficking. Compelling, moving, and often hilarious, the stories of the women she met while in prison raise issues of friendship and family, mental illness, the odd cliques and codes of behavior, the role of religion, the uneasy relationship between prisoner and jailor and the almost complete lack of guidance for life after prison. The memoir was adapted into an original Netflix series and renewed for a second season. Piper serves on the board of the Women’s Prison Association.
ORANGE IS THE NEW BLACK: MY YEAR IN A WOMAN’S PRISON
Wednesday, Nov. 12, 2014
Bestselling Author, Memoirist, Prison Reform Activist
All major credit cards accepted. Reserved seating available for group sales of 8 or more. Sign language interpreter available upon request. Checks payable to VOICES, Inc.
PATRON SERIES Patron Subscriptions receive premium reserved seats and are invited to attend an exclusive post-lecture catered reception to meet speakers and book signing.
Lara Logan’s bold, award-winning reporting from war zones has earned her a prominent spot among the world’s best foreign correspondents facing danger while covering stories in war zones like Afghanistan and Iraq. Named a full-time 60 Minutes correspondent in May 2012, Lara will complete her tenth season contributing to the news magazine in 2014-15. In February 2011, Lara was sexually assaulted and beaten by a mob in Tahrir Square while reporting a story for 60 Minutes on the Egyptian Revolution. She broke her silence about the incident on 60 Minutes to draw attention to the plight of female journalists covering war zones. She was the only journalist from an American network in Baghdad when the U.S. military invaded the city, reporting live from Firdos Square as the statue of Saddam fell. Lara recently received the Gilda Radner Courage Award after her 2012 breast cancer diagnosis. Lara began her career as a general news reporter in Durban, South Africa.
Ticket Hotline: 503-243-3440 or mail: VOICES, Inc., P.O. Box 2679, Clackamas, OR 97015
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Wednesday, Oct. 1, 2014
Chief Foreign Affairs Correspondent for CBS News and Correspondent for CBS’ 60 Minutes
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