On May 15 Chemeketa art students gathered in the Gretchen Schuette Art Gallery to have their art pieces evaluated and awarded by an outside jury group. First, second and third prizes were given out, as well as purchase and recognition awards from the president, vice
Friday, May 10 served as an opening night for the Chemeketa Players and director Jay Gipson-King as they presented their performance of Howard Barker’s Scenes from an Execution to a live audience in Chemeketa’ auditorium.
A Chemeketa Reads Committee is ready and rearing to go for this year’s student essays on two prompts based on themes from the book Born a Crime: Stories from a South African Childhood by entertainer Trevor Noah. The committee is made up of faculty volunteers
From March 8–10, 2019, the Salem Theatre Network held their third annual Cherry Blossom Theatre Festival, featuring nine workshops and three performances, two of which were part of a competition called the One Act Play Festival, held by the Oregon Community Theatre Alliance (OCTA), a
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
A name can be a tricky thing, especially when the one a person goes by is different than the one on their legal documents. Chemeketa recognizes this. Recently, a preferred name policy was implemented at the college where any student is allowed to use their
The stars and night sky have always been a fascination of mankind; a source of wonder and mystery, a way to tell our stories and navigate. If you have ever wondered how we came to know what we do about those blinking lights in the