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.
Five-time Grammy Award winners Ladysmith Black Mambazo performed at Chemeketa on Thursday, Feb. 27, marking the first sold-out performance for the Acclaimed Artist Series.
Multicultural Student Services celebrated February’s Black History Month by showing Harriet for Intercultural Movie Night.
“Birds of Prey and the Fantabulous Emancipation of One Harley Quinn” is the slightly comical action movie that the DC Extended Universe has been looking for.
Debuting on Friday, Feb. 14, Sonic the Hedgehog surpassed Detective Pikachu in the box office, making it the most successful opening of a video-game adaptation.
The Chemeketa Players delivered a surreal experience as they performed Suzan-Lori Parks’ ambitious work, 365 Days/365 Plays. Instead of merely watching, I found myself experiencing it, as if I were on a strange ride through a distorted reflection of our own reality.
Obsidian Entertainment’s newest game, The Outer Worlds, a first-person roleplaying game, takes on the far reaches of space but doesn’t quite make it out of the solar system.
2019 Oregon Book Award winner Apricot Irving visited Chemeketa Community College on Nov. 6 to read from her book The Gospel of Trees. Her book is a memoir about her childhood as a missionary’s daughter in Haiti.
In honor of national Count Your Buttons Day on Oct. 21, Chemeketa Press instructional editor Stephanie Lenox read a small collection of poems for Soapbox Poetry.
The new academic year ushered in a new start for Chemeketa’s Acclaimed Artist concert series. The first concert was on Sept. 30 and featured the group Huun Huur Tu.