Category: Arts & Letters

‘Bare Minimum’ looks at life and poverty

‘Bare Minimum’ looks at life and poverty

There are three showings of WANTED: Bare Minimum this week. Shows will take place Thursday, Friday and Saturday (March 13, 14 &15) at 7:30. Part fiction, part documentary, Shoreline Community College Acting and Film students present “Wanted: Bare Minimum”.  This student written and produced play explores the good, bad and the ugly of our vision versus the reality of the […]

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Anti human-trafficking play coming to Shoreline

Anti human-trafficking play coming to Shoreline

For Megan Becker, art is more than just … well, art. Becker is artistic director of Drybones Artist Collective, a non-profit with the mission to inspire hope and engage audiences through art to make positive changes within their communities. Becker also teaches musical theater at Shoreline Community College and the confluence of the two jobs is creating an opportunity to bring […]

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Student art popping up all over campus

Student art popping up all over campus

Scattered around Shoreline Community College’s campus are a missile exploding with flowers, a 4-foot tall teddy bear and an archway of balloons, all thanks to the art department! This project, along with other art pieces popping up all over campus, is taking what’s being done in the art building and bringing it out. “Students are tasked with creating a site-specific […]

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Shoreline’s Kim on Soundgarden-member’s new album

Shoreline’s Kim on Soundgarden-member’s new album

It isn’t unusual for bass player Steve Kim to get calls from jazz musicians across the country to come join a gig or sit in on a recording session. But, Kim says, perhaps his highest profile request right here at home from a hometown boy at a hometown venue. And it wasn’t jazz. “I was playing jazz at ‘The Mix’ […]

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Moreau prints come to art gallery

Moreau prints come to art gallery

For Ben Moreau, art is all about him, but only as a way to explore the rest of us. Moreau’s highly crafted prints will be on display at the Shoreline Community College Art Gallery Oct. 29 – Dec. 30. There will be a reception from 5-7 p.m. on Nov. 10. The gallery is in the 1000 (Administration) Building, 16101 Greenwood Ave. […]

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U.S. Marine Band Staff Sergeant Amy McCabe is featured soloist at Shoreline Concert Band Concert

U.S. Marine Band Staff Sergeant Amy McCabe is featured soloist at Shoreline Concert Band Concert

The Shoreline Concert Band, directed by Ken Noreen, will perform ‘The Masters,’ at its final concert of the year at 7:30 p.m., Tuesday, May 24 at the Shorecrest Performing Arts Center.    Guest performing groups include the University of Washington Campus Band, directed by graduate students Erin Bodnar and Nathan Rengstorf, and the Kellogg Middle School Wind Ensemble, directed by […]

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Art student Janice Bellotti-Pace wins art contest

The work of Shoreline Community College art student, Janice Bellotti-Pace took first place in the third annual juried Sensory Art Contest sponsored by the Lighthouse for the Blind last month. Art submitted in the contest could be in the form of sculpture, quilts, pottery, jewelry, and other tactile arts and had to be sensory in nature so that both seeing and sight-impaired viewers […]

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SCC literary magazine, Spindrift, wins national award

SCC literary magazine, Spindrift, wins national award

Shoreline’s Literary Magazine, SPINDRIFT, has been accepting student art and literature since 1966 and has earned many awards over the years. Most recently, SPINDRIFT 2010 won FIRST place in the Community College Humanities Association’s Pacific-Western Division competition and was named a national winner in the CCHA Literary Magazine Competition. This is the second consecutive year for SPINDRIFT as the national winner, and the […]

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