May 15, 2019

Creating Islands of Sanity, laptop computer with view of ocean beachTHIS WEEK

THURSDAY, MAY 16 Jazz Combos Concert, Jim Sisko Director | 7:30 p.m. Carlson Theatre

SUNDAY, MAY 19“The Consequence of a Whim” – artist Markel Uriu in conversation with Natalie A. Martínez and Thea Quiray Tagle | Seattle University, Hedreen Art Gallery 10 a.m. – 1 p.m. | join in for a final celebration of Markel Uriu’s exhibition, ‘An Object Lesson’. Artist Markel Uriu joins Natalie A. Martinez and Thea Quiray Tagle in a dynamic conversation  that explores and challenges mainstream rhetorics, policies and imaginations surrounding  ‘invasive species’ from a range of interdisciplinary perspectives.  Coffee, tea and pastries will be served.

 

three people in Hazmat uniforms TUESDAY, MAY 21 HAZMAT ALERT! – REFRIGERATOR CLEANOUT DAY | Gordon and Donna will be  checking  the refrigerator  for items that look of a suspicious nature.  All items that are not labeled with a name or date or look disgusting will be discarded.

A&H DEAN INTERVIEWS
Please mark your calendars for A&H Dean interviews next week.

Wednesday, May 22, 1:30 p.m.
Thursday, May 23, 12 p.m.
Thursday, May 23, 1:30 p.m.
Friday, May 24, 11:30 a.m.
Friday, May 24, 1 p.m.

More details (rooms locations, etc.) will be coming soon.
Please direct any questions to committee chair, Katherine Medbery-Oleson (koleson@bellevuecollege.edu)
See you there!

Raffle Baskets flyerYEAR END CELEBRATION
WE NEED YOUR HELP!  Year End Celebration – Raffle BasketsLAST CALL Michelle and I will be working on the baskets today  and tomorrow.  If you happen to stop at the store on your way in this morning, a few items are still needed.  Decorative napkins, chocolate  cookie mix, chocolate muffin mix, or items similar.  The Theme is “Celebrate BC.” I’ve noticed fireworks at the cash register stands, like poppers, things of that sort, that would be welcomed, they are approximately $1 a package.  Thank you to everyone that have donated,
it is very much appreciated. The in-house raffle is for everyone that has donated to the baskets and will be on Thursday, June 6 in the morning around 8:30ish in or around Michelle’s office R 230 W.

Raffle TicketRAFFLE TICKETS –  $1

RAFFLE TICKETS are now available to purchase.  Janis Juarez (me) has them at her desk in R 230.  Each ticket is $1.  There are GOLDEN TICKETS available in A101 (Foundation Office) for $2 each.  Checks are acceptable.  Please make checks  payable  to: BC Foundation and note Safety Net in the memo field.  NEED NOT BE PRESENT TO WIN.  Raffle basket drawings  will be done during  the reception portion of the Year End Celebration around 4:30 p.m. on Wednesday, June 5.

CONGRATULATIONS TO DAN TREMAGLIO!
Dan Tremaglio
has two stories in the current issue of Thrice Fiction and one poem-like-story (or story-like-poem) in the current issue of
Intrinsick Magazine.  Check out Dan’s work at http://www.thricefiction.com/ and https://www.intrinsick.com/stories/she-sang-a-song-she-did-not-sing

 HUGO HOUSE EVENTS! – submitted by Natalie Martínez

WEDNESDAY, MAY 22UW Bothell MFA Presents: The Writing Life | 7 p.m. Natalie A. Martínez is one of the panelists.  Join Natalie and the other panelists when they share their insights and answer questions on any topic related to the writer’s life.  Learn how to get published to which local organizations to get involved in to potential career paths outside academia.  Visit the Hugo Events web site to learn more.

SUNDAY, MAY 26 Northwest Native Writers Circle Presents: Celebration of NW Native Writers | 11:30 a.m. workshops begin
6-8 p.m. reading | FREE event | Hugo House | Visit the com web site to read more about the details and/or to register.

Upcoming EventsUPCOMING EVENTS

MAY 23 – JUNE 1 Pride Theatre Festival | Carlson Theatre & Theatre Lobby

PROJECT 42, MAY 23 – JUNE 1, Carlson Theatre Lobby – an on-going art project with Jono Vaughan and BC students around her work celebrating/commemorating the life and death of a trans person, FREE ADMISSION. No tickets needed

BEYOND THE BREAK, performances MAY 23-25 & MAY 30 – JUNE 1, Carlson Theatre, 7:30 p.m. Tickets through Brown Paper Tickets

FILM FEST MAY 23 & MAY 30 – See Theatre Arts Web site for show times

HOW WE G.L.O.W, MAY 28, 7:30 p.m., Carlson Theatre | FREE ADMISSION

DRAG SHOW/GAY CABARET, MAY 29, 7:30 p.m., Carlson Theatre, Drag Show with BC students| Songs from musicals sung by gay characters | FREE ADMISSION

MONDAY, June 3 | Student Recital Hour, Carlson Theatre 12:30 p.m. | Featuring Bellevue College Music Students | FREE Event

save the date THURSDAY, JUNE 13 | 1:30-3:30 p.m., Garden Room, C130 A&B – Mark your Calendars! GORDON LEIGHTON’S RETIREMENT PARTY!
After 30 years of teaching, attending meetings, meeting with students and much, much more, it’s time for Gordon to hang up his Grade Book and go down a different path.  Please join us as we offer Gordon Leighton best Gordon Leightonwishes on his retirement.  Please contact Ron Holland if you have any questions, would like to help plan or donate $$ towards the refreshments.  You won’t want to miss this event.

May 8, 2019

Kuredu IslandTHIS WEEK

TODAY & TOMORROW, May 8 & 9 Interior Design Student Showcase | 10 a.m. – 5 p.m., Art Gallery, D271 | The Interior Design program is proud to present a showcase of student innovation, creativity, and thought-provoking projects representing all four years of the Interior Design curriculum, including courses from the Art and Communication Studies curriculum.

TODAY! May 8 Student Recital Hour, 12:30 p.m., Carlson Theatre | Featuring BC College Music Students  FREE Admission

TONIGHT!  May 8  BC Jazz Band at Tula’s, Jim Sisko, Director | 7:30 p.m. | Tula’s Jazz Club in Seattle | Reservations are required, $12 cover charge. Please visit the Tula’s web site for more information.!!

!!YEAR END CELEBRATION !!

Raffle Baskets flyerWE NEED YOUR HELP!  Year End CelebrationRaffle Baskets Donations are coming in, but at a slow trickle.  We do need more items (lots!) for the baskets.   We need items for POPCORN! POPCORN! POPCORN!, COFFEE BREAK TIME (things to eat or use with coffee), and CHOCOLATE (we need candy bars i.e. Baby Ruth, Milky Way, Butterfingers, M&M’s etc.) themed  baskets.   Remember your names will be added for the Arts & Humanities in-house raffle when you donate items.  Please visit  the A&H Commons web site to read more  about how you can help and how the raffle baskets benefit the Bellevue College community.  Michelle and I will put most of the baskets together next week since Michelle will be on vacation May 17-31.
Many thanks to those that have donated items.

GORDON LEIGHTON’S RETIREMENT PARTY

Gordon Leighton THURSDAY, JUNE 13 | 1:30-3:30 p.m., Garden Room, C130 A&B – Mark your Calendars! After 30 years of teaching, attending meetings, meeting with students and much, much more, it’s time for Gordon to hang up his Grade Book and go down a different path.  Please join us as we offer Gordon Leighton best wishes on his retirement.  Please contact Ron Holland if you have any questions, would like to help plan or donate $$ towards the refreshments.  You won’t want to miss this event.

Upcoming EventsUPCOMING EVENTS

THURSDAY, May 16 Jazz Combos Concert, Jim Sisko Director | 7:30 p.m. Carlson Theatre

MONDAY, May 20 BC Concert Choir Concert, Tom Almli, Conductor | 11:30 a.m. – 12:20 p.m., Carlson Theatre Lobby
FREE Admission

Pride Theatre Festival MAY 23 – JUNE 1 Pride Theatre Festival | Carlson Theatre & Theatre Lobby

PROJECT 42, May 23 – June 1, Carlson Theatre Lobby – an on-going art project with Jono Vaughan and BC students around her work celebrating/commemorating the life and death of a trans person, FREE ADMISSION. No tickets needed

Beyond the Break posterBEYOND THE BREAK, performances May 23-25 & May 30 – June 1, Carlson Theatre, 7:30 p.m. Tickets through
Brown Paper Tickets


 FILM FEST May 23 & May 30 – See Theatre Arts Web site for show times

HOW WE G.L.O.W, May 28, 7:30 p.m., Carlson Theatre | FREE ADMISSION

DRAG SHOW/GAY CABARET, May 29, 7:30 p.m., Carlson Theatre, Drag Show with BC students| Songs from musicals sung
by gay characters | FREE ADMISSION

May 1, 2019

Weekly News DigestTHIS WEEK

FRIDAY, May 3 Zoran Dukić, Solo Guitarist | 12:30 p.m., E 129 | Don’t miss this opportunity to see this amazing distinguished classical guitarists of our time.  His concert performances, both as a soloist or with an orchestra, leave  long-lasting impressions on both audiences and critics.  Read more information on the Music Department web site.  FREE ADMISSION

MAY 3 & 4 | Bellevue College Dance Company- World Dance Festival | 7:30 p.m., Carlson Theatre Tickets $8/$10 through Brown Paper Tickets.

Raffle Baskets flyer«« YEAR END CELEBRATION  ««
WE NEED YOUR HELP! Year End Celebration – Raffle Baskets Donations are coming in, but at a slow trickle. We do need more items (lots!) for the baskets.   We need items for POPCORN! POPCORN! POPCORN!, COFFEE BREAK TIME, and CHOCOLATE  themed baskets.  Remember your names will be added for the Arts & Humanities in-house raffle when you donate items.  Please visit the A&H Commons web site to read more  about how you can help.  Read how the raffle baskets benefit the Bellevue College community. 

Upcoming EventsUPCOMING EVENTS


WEDNESDAY, May 8 Student Recital Hour | 12:30 p.m., Carlson Theatre | Featuring BC College Students  FREE Admission

WEDNESDAY, May 8  BC Jazz Band at Tula’s, Jim Sisko, Director | 7:30 p.m. | Tula’s Jazz Club in Seattle | Reservations are required, $12 cover charge. Please visit the Tula’s web site for more information.

THURSDAY, May 16 Jazz Combos Concert, Jim Sisko Director | 7:30 p.m. Carlson Theatre

THURSDAY, May 23 BC Concert Choir Concert, Tom Almli, Conductor | 12 p.m., Carlson Theatre Lobby  FREE Admission

April 24, 2019

THIS WEEK
Weekly News Digest TODAY! 
Happy Administrative Professionals Day!! – A SHOUT OUT TO: Michelle Chavez, Janis Juarez, Susan Roselle, Jin Wang,
Deborah Dauterman, Hope Gamez, Seda Markarova, Katie Bates, Nali Yang, Deanne Eschbach, Bernadetta Titus, Nazife Uzun,  Elizabeth Rodock, Elaine Nutter, Troy Tompkins, Jalen Rose, Susan Markiewicz, Naeim Rahmani, Michael Brandt, Kyle Arner and Mya Hosseinjalalian.

  APRIL 22 – 26  |  Earth Week | The Office of Sustainability is hosting BC’s annual EARTH WEEK on campus!  It will be a week of FREE events
that includes speakers, workshops, a farmer’s market, an art gallery, and much more!  Be sure to join in and participate in all or some of
the fun and exciting events!  Visit the Sustainability web site to view schedule.  Poster (pdf file)

Art Installation of Chris OliverCONGRATULATIONS! to Chris Oliver – 2019 Artist Grant Award Recipient!
  2019 Artist Grant Award Recipient
Chris Oliver was awarded $5,000.  Chris’ work includes large scale indoor and outdoor installations that often relate to architecture, landscape, and notions of value.  His works explore when an object is or is not sculpture, and “how something can move in and out of the sculpture realm, and how even the most mundane architectural elements can become crucial to sculpture.”  Take a look at some of Chris’ installations. 

«« YEAR END CELEBRATION  ««
WE NEED YOUR HELP! Year End Celebration – Raffle Baskets.  We are now collecting items for the baskets.  Please visit the A&H Commons web site to read more about how you can help.  Read how the raffle baskets benefit the Bellevue College  community.

We need items for POPCORN! POPCORN! POPCORN!, COFFEE BREAK TIME, and CHOCOLATE  themed baskets.
Remember your names will be added for the Arts & Humanities in-house raffle when you donate items. And the answer is YES! You are going to keep seeing this until we have lots and lots of items for the baskets, said in the most inviting way possible.

 

Summer Arts Camp flyerTHE VERY FIRST A&H SUMMER ARTS CAMP
August 19 – 23 | morning and afternoon sessions. Summer Arts Camp is designed for students entering 5th and 6th grade fall 2019.
Please note that there is a reduced fee for college employees.  Please pass this info along if you know of anyone that has children that might be interested attending.  LOTS OF FUN activities.  Please visit the A&H Summer Arts Camp web site to learn more.

Upcoming Events

UPCOMING EVENTS

FRIDAY, May 3 Zoran Dukić, Solo Guitarist | 12:30 p.m., E 129 | Guitarist flyerDon’t miss this opportunity to see this amazing distinguished classical
guitarists of our time.  His concert performances, both as a soloist or with an orchestra, leave long-lasting impressions on both audiences
and critics.  Read more information on the Music Department web site.  FREE ADMISSION

WEDNESDAY, May 8 Student Recital Hour, 12:30 p.m., Carlson Theatre | Featuring BC College Students  FREE Admission

Tula's Jazz Club WEDNESDAY, May 8  BC Jazz Band at Tula’s, Jim Sisko, Director | 7:30 p.m. | Tula’s Jazz Club in Seattle |Reservations are required, $12 cover charge. Please visit the Tula’s web site for more information

April 17, 2019

Kuredu IslandTHIS WEEK
ARTS & HUMANITIES SUMMER ART CAMPWE NEED YOU!    URGENT!    LAST CALL!
The Arts & Humanities Summer Arts Camp is looking for Instructors!  Teach 10-12 year old one day during the week of August 19-23.  Looking for people who love those Middle Schoolers to teach:  Art of all kinds, Music, Writing, Journaling: Making your own Journal/Book, Film-making…Please contact Tammi Doyle with interest. Send an e-mail, or call Tammi at 425-564-2319.  Please respond by Friday, April 19.

«« YEAR END CELEBRATION  ««
 
WE NEED YOUR HELP! Year End Celebration – Raffle Baskets. We are now collecting items for the baskets.  Please visit the A&H Commons web site to read more about how you can help.  Read how the raffle baskets benefit the Bellevue College community.

Raffle Baskets

We need items for POPCORN! POPCORN! POPCORN!, COFFEE BREAK TIME, and CHOCOLATE  themed baskets. Remember your names will be added for the Arts & Humanities in-house raffle when you donate items.

Upcoming EventsUPCOMING EVENTS
APRIL 22 – 26 Earth Week | The Office of Sustainability is hosting BC’s annual EARTH WEEK on campus!  It will be a week of FREE events
that includes speakers, workshops, a farmer’s market, an art gallery, and much more!  Be sure to join in and participate in all or some of the fun and exciting events!  Visit the Sustainability web site to view schedule.  Poster (pdf file)

Guitarist flyer FRIDAY, May 3
Zoran Dukić, Solo Guitarist | 12:30 p.m., E 129 | Don’t miss this opportunity to see this amazing distinguished classical guitarists of our time. His concert performances, both as a soloist or with an orchestra, leave long-lasting impressions on both audiences
and critics.  Read more information on the Music Department web site.  FREE ADMISSION

WEDNESDAY, May 8 Student Recital Hour, 12:30 p.m., Carlson Theatre | Featuring BC College Students FREE Admission

Tula's Jazz ClubWEDNESDAY, May 8  BC Jazz Band at Tula’s, Jim Sisko, Director | 7:30 p.m. | Tula’s Jazz Club in Seattle Reservations are required, $12 cover charge. Please visit the Tula’s web site for more information.

 

April 10, 2019

Kuredu Island ResortTHIS WEEK

TONIGHT! APRIL 10  BC Jazz Band at Tula’s, Jim Sisko, Director | 7:30 p.m. | Tula’s Jazz Club in Seattle  | Reservations are required, $12 cover charge. Please visit the Tula’s web site for more information.

APRIL 11-13STAGE FRIGHT PRODUCTIONS | 7:30 p.m. | Stop Gap Theatre | $5 Tickets available through Brown Paper Tickets.

MONDAY, April 15Susan Lieu will be performing her autobiographical solo show 140lbs ( https://www.susanlieu.me/140-lbs)
140-lbs will be followed by Q&A at the Carlson Theatre.  6:30 – 9 p.m. |  Centered on a Vietnamese refugee family living in the U.S., 140lbs invites us to reflect on family dynamics, healing, forgiveness, and self-discovery.  Sponsored by the Office of Equity and Pluralism and the Campus Activities Board.  Door will open at 5:30 p.m. with refreshments in the Carlson Theatre Lobby.  The play is FREE and open to the public.  Please invite family, friends, students and community members to attend.  Event Flyer – pdf file

Summer Arts Camp flyerARTS & HUMANITIES SUMMER ART CAMP   WE NEED YOU!

The Arts & Humanities Summer Arts Camp is looking for Instructors!  Teach 10-12 year old one day during the
week of August 19-23.  Looking for people who love those Middle Schoolers to teach:  Art of all kinds, Music, Writing, Journaling: Making your own Journal/Book, Film-making…Please contact Tammi Doyle with interest. Send an e-mail, or call Tammi at 425-564-2319.  Please respond by April 19.

Basket full of sunshineYEAR END CELEBRATION

WE NEED YOUR HELP!  Year End Celebration – Raffle Baskets.  We are now collecting items for the baskets.  Please visit the A&H Commons web site to read more about how you can help.  Read how the raffle baskets benefit the Bellevue College community.  We need items for POPCORN! POPCORN! POPCORN!, COFFEE BREAK TIME, and CHOCOLATE themed baskets.  Remember your names will be added for the Arts & Humanities raffle when  you donate items.

April 3, 2019

Weekly News DigestTHIS WEEK

SPRING 2019 OFFICE HOURS.  Please send your office hours to Jin Wang. She is wanting your designated office hours (on campus, online, or other), Office location and BC phone extension if
you have one. A HUGE Thank you to those that have sent in spring office hours.  A enormous help to have them on the earlier side of
things to help the staff assist with directing people that inquire about faculty office hours.  Please get them sent to Jin ASAP

THURSDAY, April 4 – ARTIST TALK featuring Jono Vaughan. 6-7:00 p.m. | Tacoma Art Museum:  Murray Family Event Space | 1701 Pacific Ave., Tacoma, 98402 | Project 42 Memorializing the lives of transgender and gender non-conforming Americans through art and performance | Event is FREE.  Visit the Rainbow Center web site to register for your seat and for more information.

 A&H BC FOUNDATION FACULTY & STAFF EXCELLENCE AWARD WINNER

Accepting AwardCONGRATULATIONS! TO Janis Juarez, (it’s me folks, it’s really me!!!!) winner of this year’s BC Foundation Faculty & Staff Excellence Award for Classified Staff. President Weber presented the award Wednesday, March 20, in a pretend meeting set up by Susan Roselle. I was really surprised even though there were little signs alarming me that something was up.  I would like to say that my heart is deeply touched by those who submitted letters to the Foundation acknowledging my work and contributions to the A&H Division and the college.  Arts & Humanities is an awesome place to work and I truly work with awesome people. A reception for all of the winners will be at the End of the Year Celebration event on June 5.

Summer Arts Camp flyer

2018 Summer Arts Camp poster

ARTS & HUMANITIES SUMMER ART CAMP

The Arts & Humanities Summer Arts Camp is looking for Instructors!  Teach 10-12 year old one day during the week of August 19-23.  Looking for people who love those Middle Schoolers to teach:  Art of all kinds, Music, Writing, Journaling: Making your own Journal/Book, Film-making…Please contact Tammi Doyle with interest. Send an e-mail, or call Tammi at 425-564-2319.  Please respond by April 19.

Syllabus icon
SYLLABI INFORMATION

Please send spring 2019 syllabi to Janis Juarez via e-mail or through the Request Center.  Send ELI and all BaTS syllabi to Seda Markarova.  Keep sending the CANVAS links to Seda and me, the links are working out great on the A&H web site. Don’t forget to mark the links “public,” see below for instructions.

  • Making Syllabi public.  Go into settings (located at the bottom on the left-hand menu), scroll down to
    Visibility,” make sure the word “course” is in the box.  Right beneath the Visibility box
    check ü “Customize,” the word “syllabus” should be showing, make sure the word “public” is displayed.

Please follow this link for Informational Technology Service (ITS, or also known as the HelpDesk).  Visit the eLearning web site for recent updated links and info about the syllabus template.  For any questions regarding the syllabus content, template, or links provided in the template, please contact eLearning.

Upcoming Events
UPCOMING EVENTS

WEDNESDAY, APRIL 10  BC Jazz Band at Tula’s, Jim Sisko, Director | 7:30 p.m. | Tula’s Jazz Club in Seattle Reservations are required, $12 cover charge. Please visit the Tula’s web site for more information.

APRIL 11-13STAGE FRIGHT PRODUCTIONS | 7:30 p.m. | Stop Gap Theatre | $5 Tickets available through Brown Paper Tickets

MONDAY, April 15Susan Lieu will be performing her autobiographical solo show 140lbs (https://www.susanlieu.me/)140-lbsfollowed by Q&A at the Carlson Theatre. 6:30 – 9 p.m. |  Centered on a Vietnamese refugee family living in the U.S., 1`40lbs invites us to reflect on family dynamics, healing, forgiveness, and self-discovery.  Sponsored by the Office of Equity and Pluralism and the  Campus Activities Board.  Door will open at 5:30 p.m. with refreshments in the Carlson Theatre Lobby.  The play is FREE and open to the public.  Please invite family, friends, students and community members to attend.
Event Flyer – pdf file |  See Susan Lieu’s 140 lbs web site.

March 27, 2019

Islands of Sanity

THIS WEEK
♦  SPRING 2019 OFFICE HOURS. Please send your office hours to Jin Wang. She is wanting your designated office hours (on campus, online, or other), Office location and BC phone extension if you have one.

Summer Arts Camp flyer

2018’s Summer Arts Camp Flyer

ARTS & HUMANITIES SUMMER ART CAMP

The Arts & Humanities Summer Arts Camp is looking for Instructors!  Teach 10-12 year old one day during the week of August 19-23.  Looking for people who love those Middle Schoolers to teach:  Art of all kinds, Music, Writing, Journaling: Making your own Journal/Book, Film-making…Please contact Tammi Doyle with interest. Send an e-mail, or call Tammi at 425-564-2319.  Please respond by April 19.

SYLLABI INFORMATION

  Please send spring 2019 syllabi to Janis Juarez via e-mail or through the Request Center.  Send ELI and all BaTS syllabi to Seda Markarova.  Keep sending the CANVAS links to Seda and  me, the links are working out great on the A&H web site. Don’t forget to mark the links “public,”
see below for instructions.

Making Syllabi public.  Go into settings (located at the bottom on the left-hand menu), scroll down to  “Visibility,” make sure the word “course” is in the box.  Right beneath the Visibility box  check  “Customize,” the word “syllabus” should be showing, make sure the word “public” is displayed.

Please follow this link for Informational Technology Service (ITS, or also known as the HelpDesk).  Visit the eLearning web site for recent updated links and info about the syllabus template.  For any questions regarding the syllabus content, template, or links provided in the template, please contact eLearning.

Gravity Assist Book cover

CONGRATULATIONS!
In case you missed the announcement last week!
Gravity Assist, the newest collection by Martha Silano, is now available.  Read the press release for more info about the book.
Congratulations Martha!

UPCOMING EVENTS

APRIL 10  BC Jazz Band at Tula’s, Jim Sisko, Director | 7:30 p.m. | Tula’s Jazz Club in Seattle Reservations are required, $12 cover charge. Please visit the Tula’s web site for more information.

 APRIL 11-13STAGE FRIGHT PRODUCTIONS | 7:30 p.m. | Stop Gap Theatre | $5 Tickets available through Brown Paper Tickets

THURSDAY, APRIL 4 –  ARTIST TALK featuring Jono Vaughan.  6 – 7:00 p.m. | Tacoma Art Museum: Murray Family Event Space | 1701 Pacific Ave., Tacoma, 98402  | Project 42 Memorializing the lives of transgender and gender non-conforming Americans through art and performance | Event is FREE.  Visit the Rainbow Center web site to register and for more information.

March 20, 2019

THIS WEEK

Creating Islands of Sanity, laptop computer with view of ocean beach TODAY! March 20A&H Dean online survey/vote due today!  If you haven’t submitted your vote, today is the last day.  Check your BC e-mail inbox for the e-mail voting link from HR.  Check with Katherine Medbery-Oleson if you have any questions.

THURSDAY, March 21Winter Jazz Combos Concert, Jim Sisko, Director | 7:30 p.m. | Carlson Theatre | $5 Tickets available through
Brown Paper Tickets.

THURSDAY, March 21 Senior Capstone Exhibit – Opening Reception | 5:30-7:30 p.m. | Room L124 | Exhibit on extended display: March 22-23, 9 a.m. – 5 p.m. Read more on the Interior Design web site.

 

Gravity Assist Book coverCONGRATULATIONS!

Gravity Assist, the newest collection by Martha Silano, is now available.  Read the press release for more info about the book.
Congratulations Martha!

Upcoming Events
UPCOMING EVENTS

APRIL 10 BC Jazz Band at Tula’s, Jim Sisko, Director | 7:30 p.m. | Tula’s Jazz Club in Seattle
Reservations are required, $12 cover charge. Please visit the Tula’s web site for more information

APRIL 11-13STAGE FRIGHT PRODUCTIONS | 7:30 p.m. | Stop Gap Theatre | $5 Tickets available through Brown Paper Tickets

March 13, 2019

Lounging on the BeachTHIS WEEK

TODAY! A&H potluck 11:00 a.m. – 2:00 p.m., R230 Lunchroom | Please sign up through signupgenius.com or access to see what others will be bringing.
Gordon and Katherine, A&H Social Coordinators

TODAY!Student Recital Hour | 12:30 p.m. | Free Admission | E129 (Music Rehearsal Room)

TODAY! BC Jazz Band at Tula’s, Jim Sisko, Director | 7:30 p.m. | Tula’s Jazz Club in Seattle Reservations are required, cover charge. Please visit the Tula’s web site for more information.

THURSDAY, March 14 – 17 Artist in Residence Demian DinéYazhi’ | Artist Talk Thurs. 5-6 p.m. | BC Gallery Space 271
read more info on the Gallery Space web site.

FRIDAY, March 15Student Dance Showcase | 7:30 p.m. | Carlson Theatre | $5 Tickets available through Brown Paper Tickets

MONDAY, March 18
From the Chamber, curated by Dr. Brian Cobb | 7:30 p.m. | Carlson Theatre | $5 Tickets available through
Brown Paper Tickets, BC students free admission.

Upcoming EventsUPCOMING EVENTS

THURSDAY, March 21Winter Jazz Combos Concert, Jim Sisko, Director | 7:30 p.m. | Carlson Theatre | $5 Tickets available through
Brown Paper Tickets.

Senior Capstone Exhibit

THURSDAY, March 21 Senior Capstone Exhibit – Opening Reception | 5:30-7:30 p.m. | Room L124
Exhibit on extended display: March 22-23, 9 a.m. – 5 p.m.  Read more on the Interior Design web site.