BTEC 155 student Camila Spencer’s poster was selected as the new design for the Quiet Zone poster on the second floor of Cannell Library. Camila’s design was chosen from nearly 30 submissions. Her design will be printed at 22″x34″ size and placed in vertical sign holders in the two main sections of the Quiet Zone. […]
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“I will study to prepare myself and maybe someday my chance will come.” – Abraham Lincoln. Whether your introduction to the 16th President of the United States was via a history class, New York Times best-seller Team of Rivals, recent Academy Award winner Lincoln, or the less historically accurate Abraham Lincoln: Vampire Hunter, one thing […]
Acrylic on Wood and Mixed Media, “Square Scapes” by instructor Lisa Sayles Have you ever wanted to display your art? Here’s your chance! Sculpture Photography Water Color Oil Acrylic Ceramic Pen and Ink Charcoal Mixed Media Etc. Contact the iCommons in CTC 219: 360-992-6138 *Art is usually displayed for one quarter
Visit Cannell Library this week to take part in a special presentation, Sacred Tibetan Art – The Sand Mandala: Creating a Picture of Universal Compassion. Monday through Thursday, watch six Tibetan Buddhist monks construct a Sand Mandala. This Mandala can be appreciated simply as a piece of “time-based art.” But, according to Tibetan Buddhist belief, […]
Are you an introvert or an extrovert? Or both? Watch this cool video about how we can all get along: http://www.cbc.ca/strombo/story-videos/introverts-and-extroverts—cant-we-all-get-along.html The video is narrated by Susan Cain the author of Quiet: The Power of Introverts in a World That Can’t Stop Talking and features the artwork of Molly Crabapple and director Jim Batt to […]
Who: You! Students, Faculty, Staff Don’t miss out on an opportunity to display your art at CTC in the Information Commons mini gallery What: sculpture, photography, pen and ink, charcoal drawing, oil, watercolor, acrylic, ceramic, mixed media, etc. Where: Information Commons (219) display case When: Now! Art is usually displayed for one quarter If you’d like […]
Stop by the iCommons and enjoy the amazing photography of Political Science instructor Daniel Cascaddan. His photography demonstrates his eye for capturing the unusual and his talent for creating visual montages. Daniel shows us a different way to look at things that we might just walk right on by!