Reviews that aren’t specifically Bellevue College related

About the Artist: Nate Jensen

October 14, 2008 0

Nate Jensen is studying environmental science and theater arts at BCC. He will appear next month in BCC’s innovative play: “7 Minutes to Midnight,“ which reflects on the tension in […]

Folding Paper Cranes for Peace

October 7, 2008 0

By Thomas O Kelley All over the world birds have been viewed as special animals, perhaps because of their ability to fly. Similarly, birds have held meanings for humans quite […]

Indonesian culture on display

October 7, 2008 0

By Kimberly AbsherC120 was transformed into a rich exhibition of Indonesian culture this past Friday night. As soon as you walked in the door you were greeted by enthusiastic members […]

The healing power of art

October 1, 2008 0

By Thomas O Kelley The healing power of art has been recognized for millennia. According to the American Art Therapy Association, art is therapeutic because “the creative process of art […]

About the Artist: Brittany Reinholz

October 1, 2008 0

By Thomas O Kelley Brittany Reinholz is in her second year at Bellevue College. She is currently part of the cast for 7 Minutes to Midnight, which is her third […]

BCC drama scene set to explode

October 1, 2008 0

By Thomas O Kelley The world premiere of 7 Minutes to Midnight, an original and experimental BCC play, is scheduled to open on November 14 in the Stop Gap Theatre. […]

BCC: Push yourself for the real thing

July 30, 2008 0

Written by: Emma Sargeant Local art scene. It’s struggling to free itself from the pretentious social conformities on the Eastside in particular. Bellevue Community College hides its student body’s talent. […]

Internships: a push for transfer success

July 26, 2008 0

Written by: Emma Sargeant With the consideration of transferring to a 4-year college, much dedication is required to complete the average two years of an associates of arts degree for […]

Bumbershoot: It’s coming back for the rain

July 8, 2008 0

Written by: Kayla Mochikuzi The anticipated 38th Annual Bumbershoot festival is a little less than three months away. Bumbershoot is a three-day art festival with several different venues including the […]

Cornish fresh

July 1, 2008 0

Written by: Emma Sargeant Cornish College was founded in Seattle in 1914 by Nellie Cornish, pianist and vocal instructor, with the intention of allowing the arts to be explored liberally […]

Celebration! is “too darn hot!”

June 3, 2008 0

Written by: Emma Sargeant Morning Coffee, Dancing Men and Cottontail. Tom Almli’s jazz choir stole the breaths of audience members with sounds which would make candles melt on Friday, May […]

Film review: The Strangers

June 3, 2008 0

Written by: Lisa Henneman On Friday May 30, the new seat gripping horror film, The Strangers came to cinemas everywhere. The Rogue Pictures suspense thriller is set in Texas, and […]

Eye candy and pornographic art

June 3, 2008 0

Written by: Hannah Latimer A flash of skin. The silhouette of a woman, languidly unfurling in a giant martini glass, Burlesque is, in its own right, a dramatization of sexuality. […]

BCC drama triumphs

June 3, 2008 0

Written by: Ashley Ann BCC’s drama department has always had a habit of putting on great shows, and the latest endeavor of Stephen Sondheim’s “A Little Night Music” was no […]

Capitol Hill Block Party booms new tunes

May 27, 2008 0

Written by: Amy Phung Hipsters, indie rockers, hip hoppers and all other fans of music are gearing up for Seattle’s annual two-day outdoor celebration of underground music, art, and local […]

Artistic pornography raises questions

May 27, 2008 0

Written by: Marissa Green Piercings, tattoos, colorful hair and punk rock music to some may be considered as unconventional. Suicide Girls is a website dedicated to women and men that […]

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