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U.S. Bank Helps LIT Students Succeed

U.S. Bank – Columbia Pacific Region presented the Clatsop Community College Lives in Transition (LIT) Program with a grant in the amount of $1,000 to provide better kitchen equipment to support student gatherings and community-building.

RAIN Magazine Accepting Submissions for 2015 Edition

RAIN Magazine, Clatsop Community College’s annual literary and arts publication, is accepting submissions now through January 10, 2015 for the 2015 edition. Proud of its 40-plus years publishing the art and literature of our talented coastal community, RAIN welcomes submissions from the general public as well as CCC students.

V.E. Long Retrospective Exhibit and Workshop at CCC Art Center

The Clatsop Community College Art Center Gallery will open its exhibition season with a show entitled Cakes, Nudes, and Bowling Balls, the first retrospective exhibition by Bay Area artist V.E. Long. The show will feature the artist’s figurative works, monotypes, sculptures, collages, and assemblages created over a span of 27 years, from 1987 through the current year.

Community Forums Planned for Patriot Hall Redevelopment Project

Patriot Hall at Clatsop Community College was dedicated on Armistice Day 1921. It first served Astoria High School and later became a central element of the CCC campus. The redevelopment of this 93-year-old facility will complete Phase 3 of the college’s Master Plan and result in a community resource that will serve Clatsop County for the next 100 years.

Two public forums have been scheduled to present this project, and receive comments on the project and its conceptual design:

Honoring Service-Creating Opportunity: The Redevelopment of Patriot Hall

Clatsop Community College and the Fort George Brewery announce the first program of the 2014/2015 Ales & Ideas education series, Thursday, September 25 at 7pm in the Fort George Lovell Showroom.

CCC President Larry Galizio will present an update on the proposed redevelopment of the college’s Patriot Hall. Built in 1921, Patriot Hall was dedicated on the third anniversary of Armistice Day to honor the “soldiers of all wars”. Redevelopment of this campus heritage building will:

Conference on Extraordinary Living Offers Informative Workshops

Presenters in Clatsop Community College’s September 13th Conference on Extraordinary Living will offer 21 diverse and informative workshops from which attendees can choose.  The conference planning team has put together of set of breakout sessions designed to expose conference participants to a wide array of information to help “live life to the fullest.”

Call to Artists for 2015 Au Naturel Exhibition at Clatsop Community College

Clatsop Community College in Astoria, Oregon, announces the 2015 International Juried Exhibition, Au Naturel: The Nude in the 21st Century, and invites entries.


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