Saturday, June 15, 2019

Five artists, 27 works of art, and years of hard work

(Above: a piece by Maren Inga Burck) Unique pieces scattered the walls of Oregon State University Cascades as BFA students shared their final exhibition of work from their years at OSU - Cascades. The pieces...

Dancing, celebrating, and eating: The 2017 Latino Festival

The Latino club’s largest event of the year was an evening full of dance performances done by local dancing schools and elementary students, authentic cuisine, face-painting, Latino music, and a photo booth. The event had...

Poetry slam night hosted by MOsley WOtta

A poetry slam: poetry blended with performance, bringing words to life, and letting them engulf and surround the audience listening as well as letting them feel the story. “It can be a little bit...

Deviations and Iterations: Artist Mandee Schroer’s exhibition at Pence Gallery

The four kinds of pieces displayed in Amanda Schroer’s art exhibition all involved a labor-intensive process that resulted in thought out and unique creations. Schroer displayed four kinds of mediums and platforms: water color...

Create it. Do it. Share it: The Bend Joy Project

The Bend JOY Project focuses on three basic concepts: Create it. Do it. Share it. The lesson behind the “Create it” concept is to create generous actions or deeds for others that will bring...

COPE Club Winter Term student showcase

McKayla Schneider | The Broadside (Contact: mschneider@cocc.edu) Psychology students’ projects lined the upstairs hall of Ochoco in an atmosphere described as a “relaxed” by Julie Corrales, the event coordinator for the Central Oregon Psychology Enthusiasts...

Hundreds plunge into the Deschutes

As locals walked along the river trail Saturday morning, the view of hundreds of people jumping into the freezing Deschutes was hard to miss. The Bend Polar Plunge is one of many plunges that...

Art sale connects students with Bend community

Local art students looking to share their art with their community were provided an opportunity to do so this past week. In conjunction with the ceramics department, the Student Art Nexus hosted a student...

Students create traditional native footwear on campus

There was a calm, peaceful atmosphere as Native American music played in the background. With leather, thick thread and buckskin needles students were taught how to stitch their own moccasins together. Over a dozen...

Maelstrom: The Zombie Opera

With zombie themed horror rising to popularity in recent years, and opera fading away from the mainstream of pop culture, how can such a small production claim relevance? Well, philosophically, the concept of Maelstrom,...