July 10, 2019

Creating Islands of SanityTHIS WEEK

THURSDAY, JULY 11Building Blocks of a Clause: Subject + Verb” Workshop 11:30am-12:20pm | D204, Writing Lab in the  Academic Success Center.

WRITING LAB WORKSHOPS
The Writing Lab in the Academic Success Center (D204) will be holding workshops this summer:

Faculty

FACULTY RESOURCES

FACULTY COMMONS SUMMER 2019 PROGRAM.  Check out what the Faculty Commons WEB SITE to see what their summer 2019 schedule has to offer.

Do you have information to share that you think might benefit your division colleagues?  The A&H Weekly News Digest features
Faculty Resources” for disseminating informative articles, workshops, and other events of specific interest to faculty.  Please
send all info to:  Janis Juarez

Upcoming EventsUPCOMING EVENTS

AUGUST 8-11 | THE FANTASTICKS, 7 p.m. performances | Outside in the Raging Rivers Courtyard, behind the Fountain.

Tickets and more information available through Brown Paper Tickets.

bench sitting in tall grass in the woods

WEDNESDAY, September 11 | A&H Division Retreat | Mercer Island Community Center |  9 a.m. – 4 p.m.

July 3, 2019

Dog and spinners for July 4thTHIS WEEK

The campus will be closed Thursday, July 4.  Please be safe while celebrating Independence Day.

Please send summer 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

 

WRITING LAB WORKSHOPS

The Writing Lab in the Academic Success Center (D204) will be holding workshops this summer:

  • “Building Blocks of a Clause: Subject + VerbThursday, July 11, 11:30am-12:20pm
  • “Sentence Structure and Punctuation” Thursday, July 18, 11:30am-12:20pm
  • “How to Cite in MLA Style” Thursday, August 1, 11:30am-12:20pm

For more information, please visit https://www.bellevuecollege.edu/asc/workshops/ or email
us at writinglab@bellevuecollege.edu

June 26, 2019

Creating Islands of Sanity, laptop computer with view of ocean beachTHIS WEEK
SYLLABI – Summer faculty are working on summer 2019 syllabi (yes?).  When completed, please send to Janis Juarez via e-mail or though the Request Center.  Send ELI and all Basic and Transitional Studies syllabi to Seda Markarova.  Most preferred are the CANVAS syllabi links.  To mark your syllabus “public” in Canvas, please view instruction and explanation on the A&H Commons web site.

OFFICE HOURS – Please send your summer quarter office hours, or time of availability to students, to Jin Wang.  She would like the  following:  Time of availability, how or where?  Office location and office phone number.

ink stamp with stamped message - importantPLEASE MAKE NOTE

REMEMBER!  The staff will be working half days on Fridays during summer, with the exception of July 5 (full day).  The campus will be
closed Thursday, July 4.

Faculty
FACULTY RESOURCES

FACULTY COMMONS SUMMER 2019 PROGRAM. Check out what the Faculty Commons WEB SITE to see what their summer 2019 schedule has to offer.

Do you have information to share that you think might benefit your division colleagues? The A&H Weekly News Digest features
Faculty Resources” for disseminating informative articles, workshops, and other events of specific interest to faculty.  Please send all info to:  Janis Juarez.

June 19, 2019

beach sceneTHIS WEEK

TONIGHT! JUNE 19 | JAZZ COMBOS CONCERT, Jim Sisko Director | Carlson Theatre, 7:30 p.m. | Featuring the Bellevue College Instrumental Jazz Combos

Senior Capstone Exhibit THURSDAY, JUNE 20 | SENIOR CAPSTONE RECEPTION | L124, 5:30 – 7:30 p.m. | A chance to see our 2019 Spring graduates and their Capstone design project.  Always great fun and great food!  Don’t miss this event! INDES Facebook page.

FRIDAY, JUNE 21 | FAREWELL TO TUAN DANG | 1 – 2 p.m. Breakroom in R 230 Those on campus before graduation should stop by the lunchroom for a late lunch of sandwiches, chips, and drinks and to say goodbye to Tuan.

TUESDAY, JUNE 25, 5 to 7 p.m.  HUGO EVENTSeattle7Writers’ writers-in-residence will read from their works in the Salon.  The bar will be open – come celebrate with us!  This is the program’s final year.  The 2018-19 residents are Matthew Bennett, Cara Diaconoff, Apple Plotnick Janotta, and Sarah Steinberg.  Each will read briefly from writing they created during their time in residence.  S7W cofounder Jennie Shortridge will emcee.  Visit the Hugo House web site to read the full announcement.

A&H SUMMER OFFICE HOURS

JUNE 24 – JUNE 28 | Monday –Thursday office hours: 7 a.m. – 5 p.m.  & Friday 8 a.m. – Noon
  JULY 1 – JULY 5 | Monday – Friday office hours: 7 a.m. – 5 p.m. Office closed Thursday, July 4.
  JULY 8 – AUGUST 30 | Monday –Thursday office hours: 7 a.m. – 5 p.m. & Friday 8 a.m. – Noon

June 12, 2019

THIS WEEK

Kuredu Island TODAY!  JUNE 12 | ʤə́ kʼʷ Zine Indigenous Artist Showcase at Bellevue College Free and Open to the Public Closing Reception,  4:00-9:00 PM The works at Bellevue College Gallery Space primarily represent indigenous artists featured in ʤə́ kʼʷ: An Indigenous Art Zine published in-conjunction with yәhaw̓ and Bellevue College’s Office of Equity and Pluralism, Academic and Student Affairs, and the RISE Learning Institute.  Visit the yәhaw̓ event website to read more information.  I’m grateful for all of your support and hope to see you all there. Very Best, Natalie

TONIGHT! JUNE 12 |
BC JAZZ BAND at Tula’s Jazz Club in Seattle | 7:30 p.m, Reservations are required, $10 Cover Charge | Visit Tula’s web site for more information.  Jim Sisko, Director

Gordon Leighton THURSDAY, JUNE 13 | 1:30-3:30 p.m., Garden Room, C130 A&B – GORDON LEIGHTON’S RETIREMENT PARTY.    Please contact Ron Holland if you have any questions or would like to donate $$ towards the refreshments and/or gift basket.

FRIDAY, JUNE 14 | VOCAL JAZZ NIGHT, Tom Almli, Director | 7:30 p.m., Carlson Theatre | Tickets available through Brown Paper
Tickets
.

Wendy Pickering MONDAY, JUNE 17, 11 a.m. – 12:30 p.m., D 106 | WENDY PICKERING’S RETIREMENT POTLUCK PARTY EXTRAVAGANZA! Food! Music! Stories! Fun!

MONDAY, JUNE 17COMBINED EVENTFROM the CHAMBER, Brian Cobb, Curator  & the Spring Music, Spring Choral & Vocal Showcase Concert, Tom Almli & Aimee Hong, Directors | Carlson Theatre,  7:30 p,m. Tickets available through Brown Paper Tickets

HUGO EVENT

Logo for Hugo House TUESDAY, JUNE 25, 5 to 7 p.m.  Seattle7Writers writers-in-residence will read from their works in the Salon.  The bar will be  open – come celebrate with us!  This is the program’s final year.  The 2018-19 residents are Matthew Bennett, Cara Diaconoff, Apple Plotnick Janotta, and Sarah Steinberg.  Each will read briefly from writing they created during their time in residence.   S7W cofounder Jennie Shortridge will emcee.  Visit the Hugo House web site to read the full announcement.

UPCOMING EVENTS

Jazz Combos Concert flyer WEDNESDAY, JUNE 19 | JAZZ COMBOS CONCERT, Jim Sisko Director | Carlson Theatre, 7:30 p.m. | Featuring the Bellevue
College Instrumental Jazz Combos

Senior Capstone Exhibit

THURSDAY, JUNE 20 | SENIOR CAPSTONE RECEPTION | L124, 5:30 – 7:30 p.m. | A chance to see our 2019 Spring graduates and their Capstone design project.  Always great fun and great food!  Don’t miss this event!  See INDES Facebook page.

June 5, 2019

Kuredu IslandTHIS WEEK

♦  TODAY! JUNE 5YEAR END CELEBRATION, Carlson Theatre, 3-4:30 p.m., followed by reception and raffle basket  drawings. Raffle tickets will be available for sale in the theatre lobby a few minutes before event begins.  Each ticket is $1, checks are  acceptable.  Please make checks payable  to: BC Foundation and note Safety Net in the memo field.   You do not need to be present to win.

Tomorrow! June 6A&H Dean SURVEY/VOTE REMINDER! If you haven’t submitted your vote, today is the last day.  Check your BC e-mail inbox for the e-mail voting link sent from HR to submit your vote.    The e-mail subject line will be:
“[ACTION REQUIRED] A&H Dean Candidate Consideration Survey.”  Voting is open to Full Time Faculty and Adjuncts Lecturer 1 & 2.
Check with Suzette Yaezenko from HR if you haven’t received your voting/survey e-mail.  Check with Katherine Medbery-Oleson if you have any questions.

TOMORROW! JUNE 6. IN-HOUSE RAFFLE – 8:30 a.m. In or around Michelle’s Office R 230 W.  For all faculty and staff that donated
to the Raffle baskets that Janis and Michelle put together and donated for the YEAR END CELEBRATION.  THANK YOU to everyone
that made donations.

Upcoming EventsUPCOMING EVENTS

WEDNESDAY, JUNE 12 | BC JAZZ BAND at Tula’s Jazz Club in Seattle | 7:30 p.m, Reservations are required, $10 Cover Charge | Visit Tula’s web site for more information.  Jim Sisko, Director

Gordon Leighton 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 put away his Grade Book and go down a different path.  Please join us as we offer Gordon best wishes on his retirement.   Please contact Ron Holland if you have any questions, would like to help plan or donate $$ towards the refreshments.

FRIDAY, JUNE 14 | VOCAL JAZZ NIGHT, Tom Almli, Director | 7:30 p.m., Carlson Theatre | Tickets available through Brown Paper
Tickets
.

Wendy Pickering MONDAY, JUNE 17, 11 a.m. – 12:30 p.m., D 106 | SAVE THE DATE! WENDY PICKERING’S RETIREMENT POTLUCK PARTY EXTRAVAGANZA! Join us as we celebrate Wendy’s 22-year teaching career in the English Language Institute at BC and wish her well as she heads out  on new adventures. Food! Music! Stories! Fun! We hope to see you there.  Submitted by Rebecca Banset

MONDAY, JUNE 17 | COMBINED EVENT FROM the CHAMBER, Brian Cobb, Curator & the Spring Music, Spring Choral & Vocal Showcase Concert, Tom Almli & Aimee Hong, Directors| Carlson Theatre,  7:30 p,m. Tickets available through Brown Paper Tickets.

WEDNESDAY, JUNE 19 | JAZZ COMBOS CONCERT, Jim Sisko Director | Carlson Theatre, 7:30 p.m. | Featuring the Bellevue College Instrumental Jazz Combos

May 29, 2019

THIS WEEK

MAY 28 – JUNE 1PRIDE THEATRE FESTIVAL | Carlson Theatre & Theatre Lobby
 ⇒ PROJECT 42, 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 through JUNE 1
⇒ DRAG SHOW/GAY CABARET, 7:30 p.m., Carlson Theatre, Drag Show with BC students| Songs from musicals sung by gay characters | FREE ADMISSION  MAY 29
BEYOND the BREAK, Performances  May 30 – JUNE 1, Carlson Theatre, 7:30 p.m. tickets through Brown Paper Tickets
FILM FEST see Theatre Arts Web site for show times.  MAY 30

♦  MAY 29 & MAY 30 – 11 a.m. – 2 p.m., C Building Café Lobby.  Please come and support the Japanese Culture Exchange Club – Spring Flea Market They will be having their spring quarter flea market fund-raising event.  Last year’s Japan Week t-shirts will be available for $10, Dango Dumplings on a stick for $2 and donated Japanese items will be available at various prices.  Please read the FYI Bulletin for more information.

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

YEAR END CELEBRATION – Wednesday, June 5 

Raffle Ticket RAFFLE TICKETS are now available to purchase.  Janis Juarez (me) has them at her desk in R 230.  Each ticket is $1.  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.

There will be  GOLDEN TICKETS available in A101 (Foundation Office) for $2 each. Lauren Hardin from the Foundation Office will send out an e-mail when the extra special baskets have been put together for you to see in A101 and decide if you want to purchase the special golden tickets.

Upcoming EventsUPCOMING EVENTS

FRIDAY, JUNE 7 | Spring Choral & Vocal Showcase, 7:30 p.m., Carson Theatre | Featuring the Bellevue College Choir and BC Jazz
Singers, Thomas Almli & Aimee Hong Conductors | Ticket purchase will be available through Brown Paper Tickets.

WEDNESDAY, JUNE 12 | BC JAZZ BAND at Tula’s Jazz Club in Seattle | 7:30 p.m.,Reservations are required, $10 Cover Charge | Visit Tula’s web site for more information.  Jim Sisko, Director

Gordon Leighton 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 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.

FRIDAY, JUNE 14 | VOCAL JAZZ NIGHT, Tom Almli, Director | 7:30 p.m., Carlson Theatre | Tickets available through Brown Paper Tickets.

Wendy Pickering MONDAY, JUNE 17, 11 a.m. – 12:30 p.m., D 106 | SAVE THE DATE! WENDY PICKERING’S RETIREMENT POTLUCK PARTY EXTRAVAGANZA! Join us as we celebrate Wendy’s 22-year teaching career in the English Language Institute at BC and wish her well as she heads out  on new adventures. Food! Music! Stories! Fun! We hope to see you there.  Submitted by Rebecca Banset

MONDAY, JUNE 17 | FROM the CHAMBER, Brian Cobb, Curator | Carlson Theatre, 7:30 p,m. | Tickets will be available through Brown Paper Tickets

May 22, 2019

Creating Islands of SanityTHIS WEEK

TODAY! MAY 22A&H Dean Interview, Candidate #1, 1:30 p.m.  B201 B (Board Room)

TONIGHT! MAY 22UW Bothell MFA Presents: The Writing Life | 7 p.m.  BC English instructor, 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   Visit the Hugo Events web site to learn more.

THURSDAY, MAY 23 A&H Dean Interviews, Candidates 2 & 3, 12 p.m. (B201 A)  & 1:30 p.m. (B201B)

FRIDAY, MAY 24A&H Dean Interviews, Candidates 4 & 5, 11:30 a.m. & 1 p.m. (both in B201 B) Please direct any questions to committee chair, Katherine Medbery-Oleson. See you there!

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

PROJECT 42, 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

BEYOND the BREAK, Performances MAY 23-25 & May 30 – JUNE 1, Carlson Theatre, 7:30 p.m. tickets through Brown Paper Tickets

FILM FEST see Theatre Arts Web site for show times.  MAY 23 & 30 only

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

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.

JAPANESE CULTURE EXCHANGE CLUB – SPRING FLEA MARKET


MAY 29 & MAY 30 – 11 a.m. – 2 p.m., C Building Café Lobby. Please come and support the Japanese Culture Exchange Club.  They will be having their spring quarter flea market fund-raising event.  Last year’s Japan Week t-shirts will be available for $10, Dango Dumplings on a stick for $2 and donated Japanese items will be available at various prices.  Please read the FYI Bulletin for more information.

Thanks flyerYEAR END CELEBRATION

THANK YOU! to everyone that have donated to the raffle baskets, it is very much appreciated.  Michelle and I were able to put  together nine baskets.  They were taken over to the Foundation Office last Thursday.

We will be having an in-house raffle for everyone that donated to the baskets. If you donated, your name has been already entered. The raffle 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.  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.

There will be GOLDEN TICKETS available in A101 (Foundation Office) for $2 each. Lauren Hardin will send out an e-mail when the extra special baskets have been put together for you to see in A101 and decide if you want to purchase the special golden tickets.

SAVE THE DATE! For WENDY PICKERING’S RETIREMENT POTLUCK PARTY EXTRAVAGANZA!

Wendy Pickering MONDAY, June 17, 11 a.m. – 12:30 p.m., D 106 | Join us as we celebrate Wendy’s 22-year teaching career in the English Language Institute at BC and wish her well as she heads out on new adventures. Food! Music! Stories! Fun! We hope to see you there. Submitted by Rebecca Banset

CONGRATULATIONS!
 
Congratulations to the 2019 Bellevue College Jazz Singers – winners of the Large Vocal Jazz Ensemble: Community College
in the 42nd Annual Student Downbeat Awards.
  Check it out on Page 114-115 of the June 2019 edition of Downbeat Magazine.
Congratulations to: Ezekiel Basher, Jessica Conlon, Brett Dillon, Emma Fletcher, Reilly Hill, Tessa Hisel, Hannah Jensen, Sriram Kanduri, Marly Mitchell, Emily Reed, Hayla Takale, Lyn Tampi, Thomas Thompson, Augie VanderBrulle

Upcoming EventsUPCOMING EVENTS

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

MAY 29, DRAG SHOW/GAY CABARET, 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

FRIDAY, JUNE 7 | Spring Choral & Vocal Showcase, 7:30 p.m., Carson Theatre | Featuring the Bellevue College Choir and BC Jazz
Singers, Thomas Almli & Aimee Hong Conductors | Ticket purchase will be available through Brown Paper Tickets.

Gordon Leighton 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 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.

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