Photo by Cecelia Love-Zhou A beetle and spider preserved in paint and gloss, a grid of figures who wonder about themselves in watercolor. Two different styles of art flow together to create the current show at Chemeketa’s own Gretchen Schuette Gallery. The art featured currently
On Sept. 12, faculty at Chemeketa held an employee art fair inside the Gretchen Schuette Art Gallery, showcasing their talents. The artists involved discussed the work they created over the summer, sharing the inspirations that contributed to the overall value of their work.
Henry Hippen – second-year, film and media “Sounds nice that it’s a sanctuary place. I don’t really agree with the whole ICE thing. Going around arresting people, and I think it’s wrong.” Jessica Legere – transfer degree “Yeah, I think it should stay
The first staged reading of “POE: the Musical” will take place here at Chemeketa. Premiering in the heart of halloween season, the musical aims to shed light on the famous, or perhaps infamous, father of American gothic horror, Edgar Allan Poe. The show opens with
Running a college is a group effort, requiring the cooperation of everyone from administration to custodians. “Whether you are cleaning the restrooms or vacuuming the college in the evening hours, that somehow is leading to student success,” as Vice President David Hallett puts it. But