New Faculty Exhibit : “Converging Landscapes”
March 26-May 4, 1000 Building, Lobby
SCC’s spring art exhibit “Converging Landscapes” will be a display of creative pieces by artists and SCC instructors Nicholas Enevoldsen and Gary Georger. Enevoldsen’s unique series of oil compositions, “The Modern Spectacle,” draws from everyday life, remaining both vague and familiar. Georger’s background as a potter allows him to construct his pieces with clay.
Spring Honors Recital
12:30-1:30 p.m., April 20, Room 818 (on campus)
The SCC music department will be hosting their Spring Honors Recital/Sophomore Showcase. Students who won the Outstanding Jury Award in the Fall and Winter Honors Jury finals will be performing in front of the Jury Judges once more. The event is free for everyone and students are invited to see fellow SCC musicians perform.
The “Express Yourself” Showcase
2-4 p.m., April 20, Black Box Theater on the first floor of the library
SCC music students will be performing their original compositions for free in the Black Box Theater, which is located on the first floor of the library beside the computer lab on the far end of the building. There will be a variety of genres and artists and everyone is free to come join.
Artist Jessica Rycheal: Visual Storyteller
12:30-1:30 p.m., April 24, PUB, Room 9208 (on campus)
SCC will be welcoming artist Jessica Rycheal, an alumna of Georgia State University who specializes in graphic design. Rycheal’s contemporary work focuses on people, and her current piece, “Everyday Black,” is on display at the Northwest African American Museum in Seattle. Aside from her own artwork, Rycheal has also done design work for Amazon, Under Armor and Gatorade. Rycheal will be available to answer questions and meet with students.
Briana “Bri” Luna aka the Hoodwitch
12:30-1:30 p.m., April 26, PUB, Room 9208 (on campus)
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Neil Byrne and Ryan Kelly of Celtic Thunder
7:30-9:30 p.m., April 26, 1600 Building (on campus)
Hear that? That’s lightning. Just kidding, it’s Irish singing group Celtic Thunder. Two original members, Neil Byrne and Ryan Kelly, will be playing their newest album “Echoes” for SCC students. Celtic Thunder features a fusion of soft rock and folk vibes. Tickets are as low as $38 and VIP passes, including a meet and greet, are $58.
World Premiere of “String”
Everett Performing Arts Center
An old mythological tale with a new-age twist is coming to the Everett Performing Arts Center. “String” is about the three Fate sisters, goddesses who spin, measure and cut the string of life all humans have. However, after angering the god Zeus, the sisters are banished to Earth, where one of the Fates falls in love with a human. Dates and ticket prices are available online at villagetheater.org. “String” be available from April 27-May 20.
Queer Film Series: “Kumu Hina”
12:30-1:30 p.m., May 7, PUB, Room 9208 (on campus)
The Queer Film series will be featuring “Kumu Hina,” the tale of Hina Wong-Kalu. Wong-Kalu is the Hawaiian embodiment of “mahu” — individuals who are both male and female. Mahu are greatly respected in Hawaiian culture, as they are seen as caretakers, healers and keep to the ancient tradition. The film is free for everyone and morally supports the LGBT community.
By Azia Kelikoa’elakauaikekai Jaelyn Lualhati,
Arts & Entertainment Editor