Clatsop Community College is holding GED orientation on December 13, from 4:00-8:00PM at the Lexington campus in Astoria in Columbia Hall room 114. GED classes are open to students age 16 and older who wish to earn a high school credential. If you are under 18, you must provide a “Release from Compulsory Education” form from your high school before attending classes or taking the GED Tests. GED classes are offered in English or Spanish, and Clatsop Community College also offers ESL classes and tutoring for students.
The Clatsop Community College Royal Nebeker Art Gallery is pleased to announce the upcoming art exhibition Medley: Clatsop Community College Art Scholarship Benefit Exhibition. The show will feature work from CCC Art Faculty and invited regional artists who are generously donating all or a portion of the proceeds from the sales of their artwork to a brand new scholarship fund that will support CCC art students.
The Library at Clatsop Community College will host a reading and discussion by author and former Astorian Gretchen Bakke on Monday, November 21 at 5pm in the CCC Library. Beer, wine, and light snacks will be available.
Rain Magazine, Clatsop Community College’s annual literary and arts publication, invites submissions now through Feb. 1 for the 2017 edition. Proud of its 40-plus years publishing the art and literature of the local talented coastal community, Rain welcomes submissions from the general public as well as CCC students and area high school students.
Submit no more than three items total, including poems, photographs, high quality (at least 300 dpi) digital images of original artwork, and prose less than 5,000 words in length.
Clatsop Community College and the Fort George Brewery are pleased to announce the November event for the 2016-17 Thursday night Ales & Ideas community lectures. On Thursday, November 3rd, CCC faculty Kristin Shauck and Nancy Cook will share slides from their June 2016 educational tour of Barcelona, Southern France, and Italy while discussing the role of place, travel, and friendship in art history and their own creative processes with fine art and creative writing.