Artists Nancy Grace Horton, Owen Premore and Dawn Hudgens were invited to the Gretchen Schuette Art Gallery to present their work investigating what it means to be human.
Nancy Grace Horton, a photographer and artist, hosted the event. Inspired by an art gallery she had attended, Horton decided to incorporate paper dolls into her work, which focuses on gender and identity.
Artists Gail Owens, Jackie McIntyre and Hsin-Yi Huang gathered in the Gretchen Schuette Art Gallery on Nov. 6 to talk about their art and what inspired them in their series Animal, Vegetable, Mineral. The art installation had a collection of sculptures, paintings and prints, all
Filled with students and music, the Student Center came to life on Wednesday, Nov. 6, to celebrate Chemeketa’s Día de Los Muertos event. Linda Ringo-Reyna, the Multicultural Student Services Coordinator, has been holding this event for 14 years, 12 of which Mexican visual artist and
Students and staff gathered in the new quad of the Chemeketa campus on May 30 at 11 a.m. to celebrate the end of the 2018-2019 academic year. After a gloomy Wednesday, Thursday’s weather was sunny and warm, allowing students to enjoy the sun outside by
Starting April 24, each Wednesday in May, the horticultural program at Chemeketa holds plant sales from 8 a.m. to 1 p.m. between Bldg 2 and the bookstore. Customers can choose from a variety of plants such as cucumber, squash, pansies, and zinnias. Prices range from
When you first walk in, you are greeted by a television in which a two parts of a conversation take turns on the screen. On the floor directly underneath the television screen there is a dining mat with cushions.
By Cecelia Love-Zhou As if the already extensive 93 fields in the Career and Technical Education (CTE) program weren’t enough, Chemeketa will be introducing four more programs throughout this upcoming year due to a growing demand in the job industry. Anesthesia Technology, Cybersecurity, Diesel Technology
The student center, usually tucked away and quiet, was buzzing with life on the morning of Wednesday, Oct. 17. Tables with colorful, informational flyers took up nearly every inch of the room, leaving a small pathway for students to maneuver their way through the maze.
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