Friday, December 28, 2012

Students, 15 Things to Do and Look Forward to in the New Year at Edmonds Community College

Apply, appreciate, attend, audition, dig, hear, help, join, laugh, lead, learn, see, serve, and cheer in the New Year! Find more things to do at edcc.edu/calendar.

Illuminated Stories by Christina Seong
Jan. 2-Feb. 4Apply to join the college’s Board of Trustees as its first student representative.

Jan. 3, 7, and 16 — Attend an information session to find out more about the Practical Nursing program. Apply by Jan. 25 to start in spring.

Jan. 5, 12, 19, 26Laugh! Unexpected Productions presents “High Speed Improv,” 8:05 p.m., every Sat. in the Black Box Theatre.

Jan. 7-8 — Audition for “You’re a Good Man Charlie Brown” in the Black Box Theatre.

Jan. 10, 17, 24, 31 — Dig in! Help out at a Community Garden Work Party 10 a.m.-noon every Thurs. in January.

Jan. 14-March 12 — See the exhibit “Interpolated Spheres” in the college art gallery.

Angela Davis speaks Jan. 17 on campus.
Jan. 17 — Hear Angela Davis speak at the Martin Luther King Jr. Celebration: 12:30 p.m. in the Black Box Theatre or 6:30 p.m. at Lynnwood Convention Center.

Jan. 21Serve! Participate in the Gold Park Service Project for MLK Day.

Jan. 22Give blood! 9 a.m.-3 p.m., Brier Hall

Jan. 24 — Join or start a club. Club fair, 10 a.m.-2 p.m., Brier Hall

Jan. 24 — Attend a literary reading of Between the Lines 7 p.m. in the Black Box Theatre.

Jan. 25Lead! Attend the Leadership is You! Conference

Jan. 30 — Help Edmonds CC win RecycleMania! Find out more at the kickoff event 11 a.m.-2 p.m., Brier Hall.

Jan. 31 — Learn about an issue: human trafficking, 12:30 p.m. in the Black Box Theatre.

This winter! — Cheer “Go Tritons!” at a basketball game.

And if you're not a student, there's still time — t
ake a class! Winter quarter classes run Jan. 2-March 19. There's still time to register for late starting classes at the college or for continuing education classes at ArtsNow/ULearn.



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Wednesday, December 19, 2012

Visual Arts instructor publishes photography book, "Circle of Identity"

Minh Carrico, “Celebration”, 2004, digital pigment print
Congratulations to Visual Arts instructor Minh Carrico on his new photography book, Circle of Identity!

Minh talks about the book:

Having cast aside my Vietnamese culture for survival in a Western society, I was left without a context of what it meant to be Asian. It was in my early 30s that I decided to explore the other half of my identity. The resulting images are from numerous trips to Viet Nam exploring my cultural heritage and my family ancestry. Circle of Identity is a pictorial autobiography of my Vietnamese heritage in relations to my dual existence.
Minh teaches design and photography at Edmonds Community College. His nearly 20 years of experience in the field has led to his passion for teaching the future generations of visual communicators. Outside the classroom, Minh is co-founder of IDEA Odyssey Gallery in Seattle, works on a number of fine art photography projects and mix-media installations that address personal and social identity. His visual art has been exhibited and published internationally.

The graphic design classes Minh teaches this winter are full, but there are a few seats left in Minh's Visual Imaging, VISCO 120 class offered this winter. The quarter starts Jan. 2.

Thursday, December 13, 2012

Anthropology students present artifacts found in Mukilteo

Last summer, Edmonds and Everett community college students participating in new archaeology classes recovered artifacts at Japanese Gulch in Mukilteo. They spent the fall cataloging artifacts left by a Japanese-American community that lived in the area in the early 1900s and recently gave a presentation to the community about what they found.

Read the story "Found artifacts tell story of lost Japanese community," in the Mukilteo Beacon.

Wednesday, December 5, 2012

Student video: "EQUAL[?]"on the Universal Declaration of Human Rights



International high school completion
student Spencer Christian Lestiadi created this video "EQUAL[?]"on the Universal Declaration of Human Rights for his History 034 final at Edmonds Community College.