The Clark College Art Annual opened to crowds waiting outside Archer Gallery on Tuesday evening. The anticipated gallery featured art of diverse mediums.
Clark College artists were there with their art. 118 more words
It’s body parts galore for ceramics instructor Lisa Conway’s beginners ceramics classes.
The two classes, which consist of about 20-30 students, are working on what Conway would describe as “totem poles,” which incorporate an array of body parts including ears, hands, hearts, brains and more. 434 more words
Clark’s starting left fielder Hayden Humphrey went down with a dislocated kneecap in his right leg during Saturday’s game against Linn Benton College.
Humphrey fell after hitting the ball deep into left field with no contact between the ball and his knee. 79 more words
PLEASE NOTE: As the AG Ferguson runs around lecturing Trump and America on how “No one is above the law” on immigration and other questions, this AG, along with Inslee, along with local law enforcement in several WA communities, along with local FBI who work with them, along with several judges, along with several local prosecutors, along with some judges in Olympia and local politicians both parties, key local businesses and prominent civic leaders, covert secret societies like Rotary and Masonics, law firms all combine together to run covert networks of power, privilege, trading in public employment, infiltration and control of key institutions with covert agenda, awarding no-bid government contracts to key public-sector contracts, legal business, use of public monies and resources for reprisals against and/or buying off whistle-blowers, and various other forms and levels of massive, coordinated, institutionalized corruption and crime. 20 more words
Award-winning author and former Clark student Mitchell S. Jackson came to Clark on Tuesday to read and discuss his novel “The Residue Years.”
This presentation was part of the Columbia Writers Series, an event where local, national and international writers are brought in to Clark to inspire, teach and talk to the community about their writing and their lives as writers, according to the Clark website. 236 more words