A&E Calendar – Vol 54 Issue 14, May 31, 2019

Seattle International Film Festival (SIFF)

May 24 – June 2; Campus Theater

SIFF is still going strong at SCC. If you missed the first week, take a look at one of the many schedules around the campus for more details on titles, dates and showtimes.

AFA Portfolio Show

May 13-June 15; Visual Arts Center (Lobby)

SCC’s Fine Art graduates have rounded up their best creations to be displayed this special spring gallery. Here, you will find dynamic works of art in the form of paintings, photos and drawings, all brought to you by your fellow campus artists. Drop by the Visual Arts Center to help your creative peers celebrate a degree’s worth of hard work.

Student Afternoon Recital

12:30 p.m., May 31; Rm. 818

Help our college’s music program go out with a bang at this year-end afternoon of song. Here, a variety of works will be performed just for you as SCC’s musicians-in-the-making gain a taste for the stage by presenting their skills before an audience. As if a day of melody wasn’t good enough, this open-invite recital comes at no cost to you.

VCT Club Portfolio Show 2019

3 p.m., June 1; Shoreline City Hall

Join SCC’s graphic design students in celebrating this free annual showcase at City Hall. Along with a diverse display of student-produced works, SCC’s very own Funk ‘N Groove will provide a swinging soundtrack to kick off the festivities.

Shoreline Shorts 2019

7:30 p.m., June 6, 7, 8; Campus Theater

3 p.m., June 9

You can see SCC’s talent in its purest form at this series of student-produced shorts. Written and directed by your fellow peers, a variety of mini plays will be presented bearing a wide range of genres — and at only $5 per ticket, it’s an opportunity that theater-lovers can’t afford to miss.

Small Ensemble Recital

12:30 p.m., June 7; Rm. 818 (Music Building)

Anyone belonging to a small ensemble at SCC has the chance to be specially selected by their professors to put forth their best works in a recital. Join this afternoon showcase to see these students exhibit their musical skills and help them prepare for the stage.

Music Technology Portfolio Show

2 p.m., June 7; Rm. 820 (Music Building)

The end of every music technology student’s degree hails a portfolio show allowing them to present their finest works before they carry their skills into the real world. Akin to a job fair, this polished send-off allows students to share their business cards, resumes, websites and demo reels with the public — making for a perfect sampling of the success that SCC’s music program can yield.

Spring Choir Concert: Passages — Light and Shadow

7:30 p.m., June 13; First Lutheran Church of Richmond Beach

Sit back, relax and welcome a refreshing evening of choral music in the theme of “Light and Shadow” as SCC’s Chamber Chorale and Shoreline Singers perform choral music from a variety of backgrounds, leading to a shared finale of four Mozart movements. The event is free, but donations are accepted.

Music Juries

Instrumental Juries

10 a.m., June 14; Rm. 818 (Music Building)

Hard work pays off: SCC students taking private instrumental lessons this quarter will have the opportunity to perform solo pieces to be graded by a panel of instructors. This morning of musical performances is free and open to the public, so anyone is welcome to sit in and listen. Watch these artists give it their best as they have the chance to be awarded for Honorary or Outstanding performances.

Vocal Juries

11:30 a.m., June 14; Rm. 818 (Music Building)

SCC students taking private voice lessons this quarter will have the opportunity to sing solo pieces to be graded by a panel of instructors. This afternoon of vocal performances is also free and open to the public.

Piano Juries

2:30 p.m., June 14; Rm. 818 (Music Building)

SCC students taking private piano lessons this quarter will have the opportunity to play solo pieces to be graded by a panel of instructors. This afternoon of piano performances is also free and open to the public.

Vocal Class Recital

7 p.m., June 14; Room 818 (Music Building)

SCC’s voice classes are comprised of students who learn tips about singing and stage presence by performing songs of their choice in a classroom environment. Some have little to no experience in front of a crowd, making this evening a special opportunity to show your support. Join this free event as singers take the stage to present their final pieces, which span from contemporary to classical.


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Nova Clark is the Arts and Entertainment Editor at the Ebbtide. She covers arts and entertainment while writing a biweekly film and television review column called "Double Exposure." Clark takes daily influence from the style and culture of the 1950's through 1970's.


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