Tagged Art


AFA Portfolio Show: In Review

SCC’S ART GRADUATES MAKE A STATEMENT SCC’s Fine Art graduates have joined forces to present a gallery of their best pieces in the lobby of the Visual Arts Center (building 2000). From paintings to prints, here is a sampling of what you can expect to see at this year-end exhibit. Photos by: Nova Clark Untitled…


Close to Home

“THE DROWSY CHAPERONE” IGNITES THE FAN IN ALL OF US Everyone has a favorite pastime, and for unnamed protagonist Man In Chair (Noah Bruckshen), it is “The Drowsy Chaperone,” a fictional 1920s musical that he loves inside and out. Man In Chair, who lives alone in his apartment, is affected by what he dubs a…


Going Out on a High Note

“THE DROWSY CHAPERONE” COMES TO SCC It’s time to ring in the roaring ‘20s as SCC welcomes to its stage the Tony-winning musical “The Drowsy Chaperone.” Set in the era of flappers and speakeasies, this tongue-in-cheek comedy debuted on Broadway in 1998 and will be directed by SCC acting professor and veteran director Bryar Golden….


Music: The Greatest Escape

SCC STUDENT FINDS THAT PRACTICE MAKES PERFECT Summer is coming and there will be an abundance of new bands to go see, including SCC student Em Heffernan’s project Nessy. On April 20, Nessy opened a house show with a combination of eight-bit digital pop and jazzy rock. Heffernan’s vocals were clean and at times operatic…


Apollo 11 Lands in Museum of Flight

SEATTLE DEBUTS “DESTINATION MOON” EXHIBIT A slice of space history has landed in Seattle, and you can see it in person. Artifacts from the famed Apollo 11 mission that first took astronauts to the moon in 1969 have been loaned from Washington D.C.’s Smithsonian to Seattle’s Museum of Flight, with a brand new exhibit called…


Back to the Drawing Board

COMMERCIAL ART: THEN AND NOW In a word dominated by digital design, can the pen still be mightier than the sword? Commercial art, defined as any artwork that is used in advertising, can be produced using two major styles of graphic design: digital and traditional. However, today the means of which to advertise are largely…


Before Neverland

SCC TACKLES PETER PAN ORIGIN STORY Have you ever wondered how Peter Pan got his name? In this Tony-winning play, you’ll be able to witness the poignant story that precedes the popular adventures. “Peter and the Starcatcher” began as a series of two best-selling novels by Dave Barry and Ridley Pearson, and it was penned…


Paper from Popullation

A DISCUSSION ON ART AND THE ENVIRONMENT A selection of posters from the studio of Mexican artists Esteban Silva and Tania Dominguez is currently on display in the SCC art gallery. The married couple’s work focuses on raising awareness about the environmental hazard that is affecting Lake Pátzcuaro, Mexico. Silva agreed to be interviewed via…

A&E Calendar – Vol 54 Issue 2, October 19, 2018

The Lily Project/Proyecto De-Lirio Oct.1-Jan.11; Administration Building Lobby SCC’s new art show features the works from Mexican studio, Taller De-Lirio. Married artist couple Esteban Silva and Tania Dominguez want to bring attention to the creeping death of Lake Patzcuaro near Huecorio, Mexico. The water hyacinth, a highly invasive aquatic plate native to the Amazon basin,…


World of Imagination

GEARING UP FOR GAME DESIGN Have you ever pictured a magnificent alternate reality only you could think up? SCC’s game design program was created to teach students how to share those realities. First-year SCC student Toshiaki Yamamura said he came to the game design program after being “inspired by the fantasy-style environments and very mystical…

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