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.
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.
Writing faculty member Tammy Jabin read for the Soapbox Poetry event in the Gretchen Schuette Art Gallery Monday, April 22 in an exhibition titled Wonder.
Former Chemeketa faculty member Jon Boisvert read selections of his work, including from his first book Born, at the Gretchen Schuette Art Gallery for Chemeketa Writes on Feb. 26.
As summer rolls around the corner, Chemeketa’s art students let their hard work shine at the Gretchen Schuette Art Gallery. The art gallery is hosting the Student Art Show, allowing Chemeketa students to submit their art pieces to show to the general public. During its
“How are you today?” If you’re wondering how to reply, this art show might have answers. Tell me a story – an Exploration into Visual Narrative is the latest exhibit to be featured in the Gretchen Schuette Art Gallery. The show runs from April 4
“Poetry is something that is often overlooked; it’s not something a lot of people are familiar with,” said Allison Tobey, an English instructor at Chemeketa. Chemeketa is changing this through Soapbox Poetry. Throughout the academic year, faculty, staff and community writers at Chemeketa share poetry
Chemeketa is ringing in the new year with an opportunity to see some of the amazing talent working at our college.