Reviews that aren’t specifically Bellevue College related

Concert Choir and Chamber Choir

December 2, 2008 0

By Emma Sargeant. Next week marks the last of Bellevue Community College’s musical invitationals for the fall quarter. The first of two shows will be held Thursday, Dec. 4, 7:30pm […]

Review: BCC Jazz Band

November 25, 2008 0

By Emma Sargeant.Toes were tapping and heads were bopping at the Jazz Band Invitational, Wednesday, Nov. 19 at the Carlson Theatre. The event commenced with the young talent of Newport […]

Celebration! returns with new voices

November 25, 2008 0

BCC Jazz Choir performs in full swing at the Carlson Theatre By Emma Sargeant The Carlson Theatre was filled with an audience of the young and old Tuesday, Nov. 18. […]

Dale Lindman: Artist on Campus

November 25, 2008 0

By Morgan HodderDale Lindman is an abstract professional artist and art professor at BCC. His works can be found in private and public galleries in Microsoft, Nordstroms, Nieman-Marcus, Boeing, Safeco […]

“Circumstantial Stuff”

November 18, 2008 0

By Morgan HodderArchitect and designer Thom Faulders delievered a lecture titled “Circumstaintial Stuff” at BCC on Nov. 12. in front of interior design students and the interested public. He said […]

Etsuko Ichikawa plays with fire in Bellevue

November 18, 2008 0

By Emma Sargeant. Swallowing visitors’ attention at the entrance of Bellevue Arts Museum, in downtown Bellevue, an ethereal scroll depicting the consequence of fire on paper directs viewers to explore […]

American Indian Film Festival is a success

November 11, 2008 0

Festival pushes for Americans to understand the roots of their culture By Morgan HodderThe American Indian Film Festival ended on Nov. 7 after showing films by women from indigenous tribes […]

Premiere of

November 11, 2008 0

The production is in the last days of rehearsal awaiting for the Autumn debut this Friday at the Stop Gap Theatre By April DavidsonThe first BCC drama production of the […]

Celebration’s! fresh Fall Invitational

November 11, 2008 0

Award-winning vocal jazz choir returns with new singers and musicians By Emma Sargeant “Celebration!”, Bellevue Community College’s award-winning vocal jazz band, returns to the stage on Nov. 18, at the […]

Transfer opportunities for arts majors

November 4, 2008 0

Eastern Washington University and Seattle University come to BCC with department and admissions information By Emma Sargeant Eastern Washington University Eastern Washington University (EWU) is located in Cheney, Wash. and […]

Madagascar sequel a feel-good flick

October 28, 2008 0

By Emma Sargeant The Uptown Cinema on Queen Anne in Seattle was packed with children and adults waiting the special early screening of Madagascar: Escape 2 Africa. Children dragged their […]

Freestylers win BCC talent show

October 28, 2008 0

By Martin Hickman BCC student Patrick Smith planned on sharing his poetry to win BCC’s Got Talent event last week, but it was an impromptu freestyle session with three friends […]

“Not Just Ramps” shown at Carlson Theatre

October 28, 2008 0

By Mikeya Jackson-Harper Anthony Paul Curry and Carrie Gibson’s Oct. 23 peformances of “Not Just Ramps” at the BCC Carlson Theatre explored issues, stereotypes, and societal fears that many disabled […]

Max Payne

October 21, 2008 0

By Chris Wood“Max Payne” the film is based on the 2001 video game of the same name. As a movie it is a competent action film that one can munch […]

New exhibit, “Love Makes a Family”

October 21, 2008 0

Gay Straight Alliance and Family Diversity Project bring show that examines homosexuality, family life. By David DiPetrillo BCC is featuring an artistic series of photographs by Gigi Kaeser making a […]

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