Sunday, July 21, 2019

The Disney Diaries: Hippos, and Gators, and Rain. Oh My!

"Houston, we have a problem.” That was the thought that ran through my head as I watched crowds gather around me. The Jungle Cruise been closed for nearly ten minutes due to technical difficulties. It was Thursday of...

Rotunda Gallery features student submissions

By Emma Kaohi | The Broadside (Contact: ekaohi@cocc.edu) For the eighth annual year, the Rotunda Gallery gave students an opportunity to showcase their talents at the 2018 student art show.. A large number of...

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...

Less Winter More Fest

Even without the presence of snow, Central Oregon gathered to celebrate the adventure-packed snow season with ice, fire, and fun. The annual OnPoint Community Credit Union Oregon WinterFest took place mid-February in the Old Mill...

Moments in-between and metamorphis: Lloyd McMullen

By Katya Agatucci | The Broadside (Contact: kagatucci2@cocc.edu) A childhood interest in found objects led artist Lloyd McMullen to center a one-person exhibit around it. As a child, McMullen and her twin sister lived on...

College gallery showcases scrapyard sculptor

Courtesy of Central Oregon Community College Relations Bend artist Chris Cole’s imaginative kinetic sculptures (think: glowing-eyed metallic fish made from cast-off mechanical parts) and abstract paintings will be on exhibit at Central Oregon Community College’s...

Film fest displays anthropolgic contrasts

Abu Haraz is a Sudanese village which will be flooded once construction of a dam is complete. This will cause displacement of a Northern Sudanese Arabic community, whose origin is near a historically and...

Bike mechanics and fine art collide

By Aidan Hinckle | The Broadside (Contact: ahinckle2@cocc.edu) Elaborate animals composed of various metals, industrialized kinetic sculptures, and psychedelic paintings all with a passing resemblance to bicycle mechanics. These are what you will find in Bend...

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...