Sunday, October 13, 2019

Mural Painting now offered at COCC

“ hard on the knees, hips and back, but it’s worth it,” Zach Graves said while painting a wall along the pence hall in Mural Painting.   This is the first term Mural Painting has ever...

Rob Kerr: Community Display

“Rob Kerr is an iconic member of the community and education system. Also, I was blown away with his students’ work” said Stewart Fritchman, owner of Bellatazza coffee. The work from the students taking...

Salzmans in Pinckney Art Gallery

Andreas Salzman’s art has been showcased nationally and internationally.   Being showcased internationally was a “highlight of his art career and one of the crazier things he’s ever done,” Salzman said. He said he was nervous as...

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...

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...

Winterfest’s art: Love, Lost and Found

  About 600 volunteers have collaborated to bring the art piece “Loves Lost and Found,” from concept to reality. The art piece was designed by Bill Hoppe, art instructor at Central Oregon Community College. Now with...

“Film me”

A show curated by Paula Bullwinkel to exhibit the best work being made by the advanced film photography students. This exhibit consists of black and white and silver gelatin photographs that have all been...

Picasso’s Blue Period

Jason Lamb, art history teacher at Central Oregon Community College, spoke about Picasso’s “Blue Period,” (1901–1904) a time in which Picasso painted in the chromatic color of blue. The presentation was held at the...