[Art & Entertainment]

It Ain’t Over Until The Opera Workshop Sings

On Oct. 29, from 3 to 6 p.m., the Shoreline Opera Workshop will be holding auditions for its annual workshop in February.

The workshop offers an immersive approach by providing full orchestra accompaniment with participants in full costume in a stage environment. Director of the program Charles Enlow says: “Shoreline is unique among colleges, and universities, in the Puget Sound in that it provides a training ground for young singers in the craft of opera performance, staging, costuming, and technical elements of the musical theater stage.”

Artists' Books Confab Showing in Administration Building

photo by Brian Quinn

Building 1000 (the administration building) is currently hosting a showing where artists reinterpret the novel as visual art. The show started on September 22nd and runs until October 31st.

Queer Film Festival Comes to Campus

Starting this fall Shoreline Community College will be hosting its first Queer Film Festival. Every Monday from 12:30 p.m. to 2:00 p.m. a different film will be screened in the Quiet Dining Room of Foss Hall.

The Thought Experiments of Daylan Rhea

photo by Brian Quinn

Music and artistry are often as synonymous and intriguing as the person who creates them.

Thrills that Chill

Halloween is coming, and that means all things pumpkin related, costumes, candy, and of course scary movies. So here are a few recommendations to help the celebrations.

Upcoming Events!

On Campus Events:

9/22/14 - 10/31/14
- ABC: Artist Books Confab: Art showing in Shoreline Community College Art Gallery. 28 Northwest artists explore the idea of the novel through image, narrative, form, structure, and function. 1000 building. During school hours. Free.

The Small Ensembles Groups are 'Where it's At'.

The music department may not be the most visible building on campus, but it’s small ensembles groups are making a lot of noise.

Theater Prepares for ‘Shorts’-Circuit

Featured above are two of the ten one-act plays in this year’s Shoreline Shorts.

In “Finders Keepers,” SCC students Suzanne Ballout, Amanda McGee, and Shane Wynn (photo top left) are college roommates arguing over what to do with the sofa bed they found on the street. Amanda’s character (photo top right) calls the police in a hilarious comedy written by Wally Lane and Angus Vieira.

Design Students Put on First Off-Campus Show

The location is set. The website is up. The invitations are sent.

It’s official: The Visual Communications Technology (VCT) Club is putting on the first off-campus portfolio show on June 3 at A/NT Gallery in Seattle, which is free to attend.
The show is showcasing work of VCT students and alumni to professionals and public in the area. Over 1,000 email invites and 500 mailers were sent out to industry professionals and high schools in the area.

The Up-Do Brings the Doo Wop in SCC’s “Hairspray”

We’re lucky to go to a school with a strong focus on performance art like SCC. The most recent endeavor of the community college talent pool, “Hairspray,” was a striking success in its opening weekend at the campus theater.



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