[Art & Entertainment]

Events Calendar

Layered – the artwork of Meg Hartwig
SCC Art Gallery Showing
Nov. 3, 2014 – Jan. 2, 2015
Meg Hartwig’s sculptures seek to explore influence and manipulation of the organic, while calling into question power structures and the dynamic that exists between these things. Hartwig’s work raises questions about how power structures affect all aspects of life.

Albums to Study to

Sometimes music is necessary to help focus while doing something that requires concentration, like homework. That’s where good music suggestions come in.

We’re Off to See the Wizard

Forget Emerald city! Come to Shoreline to see the premiere of “Wizard of Oz,” held at the Shoreline Community College Nov. 19, at 7:30 p.m. in the theater-building 1600, for free. Free parking is available at a limit.

It will be performed by the Creative Arts for Life drama class, one of many specialized groups in the area.

Buried State: Shoreline Students Make a Movie

Making a movie is no small feat. It takes a crew of technicians, photographers, financial producers, and actors, to name a few. All being coordinated together by the movie’s director. All of this coordination then leads to footage that gets edited into a story along with music, that somebody also had to create. Director Norman Jewison said in regards to making his film In the Heat of the Night, "It's you against the world. It's like going to war. Everybody is trying to tell you something different and they are always putting obstacles in your way."

Interview with Director of Photography of Buried State, Kirsten Zeller

Benjamin Nason: How did you get involved with Buried State?

Interview with Director and Writer of Buried State, Justin Vinall

Benjamin Nason: Where did the idea for the movie come from?

Interview with Buried State, actress, Cadence Whittle

Benjamin Nason: How did you get cast in “Buried State”?

Cadence Whittle: I got into the cast of “Buried State” by working with Justin on his previous feature film, “Falling Slowly.” He offered me to return to working with him on his next project, and after reading the script, I fell in love!

BN: How long have you been acting?

CW: I've been acting on stage since I was 14, and I've been film acting since I was 17. I'm 18 now, so I'm still absorbing a lot and learning as much as I can!

It Ain’t Over Until The Opera Workshop Sings

On Oct. 29, from 3 to 6 p.m., the Shoreline Opera Workshop will be holding auditions for its annual workshop in February.

The workshop offers an immersive approach by providing full orchestra accompaniment with participants in full costume in a stage environment. Director of the program Charles Enlow says: “Shoreline is unique among colleges, and universities, in the Puget Sound in that it provides a training ground for young singers in the craft of opera performance, staging, costuming, and technical elements of the musical theater stage.”

Artists' Books Confab Showing in Administration Building

photo by Brian Quinn

Building 1000 (the administration building) is currently hosting a showing where artists reinterpret the novel as visual art. The show started on September 22nd and runs until October 31st.

Queer Film Festival Comes to Campus

Starting this fall Shoreline Community College will be hosting its first Queer Film Festival. Every Monday from 12:30 p.m. to 2:00 p.m. a different film will be screened in the Quiet Dining Room of Foss Hall.




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