Peninsula College to host visual arts festival

Peninsula College looks to celebrate student work in the arts during the Student Arts Festival, set for June 8-12, during our

The annual event, sponsored by the college’s Humanities Division, showcases student work from across the campus, featuring performances by the college’s music and drama departments, a student art show in the PUB Gallery of Art, a student film festival, a multimedia book signing event, awards for outstanding English essays and the ASC-sponsored sidewalk chalk art contest.

Events include, by date:

Monday, June 8

• Stay Home Art Contest Series III – Sidewalk Chalk: Create a sidewalk chalk drawing and submit a photo of it to ASC@pencol.edu by midnight on June 12. One entry per student. Prizes are $50, $30, $20 gift cards for first, second and third.

• Peninsula College Student Art Show. Awards presented on the Peninsula College PUB Gallery of Art Facebook page. View the show at https://bit.ly/36Q2l8C.

• 2020 Peninsula College Student Photography Contest: “Artistic Expression.” View the winners and the participant submittals on the PC Digital Photography Students Facebook page at https://bit.ly/36X4P5q.

• Creative Writing Students and Essay Award Winners Reading. This event will begin with a reading of original poetry, fiction, and memoir by students in PC’s creative writing class. Following this are presentations from the English Department Essay Award winners. 4-6 p.m.

Join via Zoom at https://zoom.us/j/92516647095.

Tuesday, June 9

Multimedia Communications events with Professor Renne Emiko Brock and students:

· Noon: Digital Storytelling students presentation

· 6 p.m.: Honors Capstone Project by Multimedia Communications students

· 7 p.m.: Moving Pictures Film Festival

Wednesday, June 10

• Student Sidewalk Chalk Drawing Contest

• “Sounds of Popular Music: Coronavid.” Synchronous listening of vocal mp4 (30 minutes long) digital performance. 12:30 p.m. Enjoy the popular sounds of Peninsula College Vocal Harmony under the direction of Elaine Gardner-Morales and accompanied by Al Harris. All tracks were recorded virtually and were co-produced by Gardner-Morales and Harris.

Thursday, June 11

• AA Honors Symposium, 3:30-5 p.m. Contact Dr. Bruce Hattendorf at bhattendorf@pencol.edu to attend via Zoom.

Friday, June 12

• “The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night Time.” 7:30 pm. (also June 13, 17)

A unique Zoom presentation of this production by PC’s Drama department. Tickets $6 general admission, students free. Contact Dr. Lara Starcevich at laras@pencol.edu for ticket information.

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