New Faculty Exhibit: “Converging Landscapes”
March 26-May 4, 1000 Building, Lobby
SCC’s spring art exhibit “Converging Landscapes” is 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.
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 and keep to the ancient tradition. The film is free for everyone and supports the LGBT community. AFA Thesis Exhibition
May 7-June 22, 1000 Building, Lobby
The soon-to-be graduates of SCC’s Associates of Fine Arts program will be sharing their finest work in photography, painting, drawing, sculpture, ceramics and design. There will be a reception from 4-6 p.m. on May 10 for anyone interested in meeting with the artists.
Jazz Improv Concert
1-1:30 p.m., May 8, Library First Floor, Black Box Theater (Room 4107)
SCC jazz students will be performing a free improv corner in the Black Box Theater. The event is free for all students and will feature guitarists, bassists, drummers, pianists and horn players. Music can inspire or take away some mid-quarter stress.
Stephen Sondheim’s “Company”
7:30-10:30 p.m., May 11-12, 18-19; 3-5 p.m., May 13, 20; SCC Theater
“Company,” a dark-humored, seven-time Tony Award-winning production is coming to SCC. “Company” narrows in on the lives of five married, divorced or soon-to-be-wed couples and their bachelor buddy, Robert, who can’t hold a long-term relationship. Are people in committed relationships really happy? “Company” dives right into the eyes of marriage from the perspective of a single man. Ticket prices are available at companyatscc.brownpapertickets.com.
Queer Film Series: Cece McDonald
12:30-1:30 p.m., May 16, PUB, Room 9208
Laverne Cox, a transgender actress known for her role as Sophia Burset in Netflix’s “Orange is the New Black,” produced “Free CeCe!” which follows Cece McDonald, an African American bisexual trans woman and LGBTQ+ advocate who was charged in 2012 for second-degree manslaughter despite her and her friends being assaulted by the victim. McDonald spent 19 months in a men’s prison and has argued that her case was clearly discriminatory.
By Azia Kelikoa’elakauaikekai Jaelyn Lualhati,
Arts & Entertainment Editor