Tuesday, November 19, 2019

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...

The Arbor Ballet dances through COCC’s upper campus

By Katya Agatucci | The Broadside (Contact: kagatucci2@cocc.edu) In the last two weeks, there have been pastel-toned tutus placed around the trees in the upper part of Central Oregon Community College campus. Believe it or...

Native American heritage month

By Katya Agatucci | The Broadside (Contact: kagatucci2@cocc.edu) National Native American heritage month is a time to celebrate the culture and history of the Native people in the United States, as well as an occasion...

From Westeros to a galaxy far, far away

By Nolan Wironen | The Broadside (Contact: nwironen@cocc.edu) It was recently announced by Disney that a new “Star Wars” trilogy will be created and produced by Daniel Brett Weiss and David Benioff, the producers of...

Día de los Muertos

Tikalkwan or the Aztec Dance Group performed several Aztec dances during a Día de los Muertos celebration in the Coats Campus Center. The event was sponsored in part by the Latin American club. Tikalkwan is...

Brayan’s How To Guide For Everything: Awkward

Since the New Year, we’ve been talking about first’s.  The first time one sets foot in the gym to begin our resolution, the first time one orders a salad instead or puts down the...

REFLECT Art Show

Stanley William Hayter, one of the most significant printmakers in the 20th century and founder of Atelier 17 where artists such as Miro, Picasso and Kandinsky, created prints supporting the Republican cause in the...

Sculpture students display projects in Pence Gallery

An eclectic variety of sculptural art from Sculpture 1 and 3-D Design, both taught by Bill Cravis, were displayed at the Pence Hall gallery in March. The artist reception on March 30. was filled...

Letting Go: A lifetime as an artist transformed

By Katya Agatucci | The Broadside (Contact: kagatucci2@cocc.edu) A year’s-worth of artwork was thrown away when Mark Edward Fuller decided that the pieces created to be presented in March’s one-person exhibition did not speak to...