Although we are at GW to learn, we must admit that student discounts are a huge benefit of being a college student. If you were interested in hearing Orhan Pamuk speak at the Smithsonian, but slightly worried about the ticket price, you can now attend because tickets will only be $10 for students!
With this cheap ticket price, no one should miss this brilliant author. Pamuk won a Nobel Prize in Literature in 2006 for My Name is Red and has seen his work translated into 58 languages. He will be interviewed by NPR’s Robert Siegel, the host of “All Things Considered.” The two men plan to discuss Pamuk’s work and inspiration.
The event will be held at the Smithsonian Museum of Natural History Baird Auditorium on Monday, November 23 at 6:45pm.
To order tickets, click here and use the promotional code 181822. Or log on to ResidentAssociates.org, QUICK TIX CODE: 1J0-572, and use the promotional code 181822 or call (202)-633-3030. (A non-refundable handling fee applies to telephone orders.) If you have any questions about this promotion, please call or email Kristin Schmehl, Schmekr@si.edu, or (202)633-8638