Just bring a dish to share and your dancin shoes!
The current graduates of Shoreline’s Associate of Fine Art Degree will present samples of their work. Shoreline offers two direct transfer degrees with concentration in the visual arts: an AFAS in studio art, and an AFAP in photography. Each year, students in the final stages of their degree will present their finest examples of painting, drawing, printmaking, graphic design, photography, sculpture, and ceramics.
The exhibit will be up and running until May 15. Make sure to check it out and support student work!
Just letting everyone know that Monday, April 28, is the ONLY blood drive at Shoreline before summer quarter!
Please donate blood this spring quarter and help make a difference, especially all you who will be graduating this June.
The drive will be held in the PUB quiet dining room from 10-4 p.m. with a break between 12-1 for lunch.
Thank you to those who have made an appointment to donate.
Don’t wait, sign up now before your preferred time slot is taken!
The SCC Foundation has extended the deadlines for a couple of our scholarships.
We are still accepting applications at this time for the following SCC Foundation Annual Scholarships for 2014-2015:
Dislocated Worker Scholarship
Eric Niemitalo Scholarship in Earth and Environmental Science
Friends of Mary Automotive Scholarship
Ina Knutsen Scholarship
Joseph Wood Rogers Memorial Scholarship in Mathematics
Mark Galloway Automotive Scholarship
Ron LaFreniere Business Scholarship
The Sparrow Scholarship for Music Tech Students – In Memory of Ted Luttrell
Swisher/Matesky Piano Scholarship
Deadline: Application for the above are due in the SCC Foundation office by 4:00 pm on Wednesday, April 30, 2014
Information and applications can be found on the SCC Foundation website.
For questions, contact Lynn Yaw in the SCC Foundation office – room 1005; email@example.com or (206)533-6783
Join Shoreline CC Center for Service-Learning and North Urban Human Services Alliance (NUHSA) next Thursday, April 24, at 5:45 p.m. for a special screening of “A Place at the Table.”
This documentary offers an intimate glimpse into food insecurity in the United States. Huffington Post says, ” ‘A Place At The Table’ does what all important documentary films should do. It enables us to bear witness; to see, to feel something about what we’ve seen, and to be moved in the most literal sense of starting out in one place and ending up in another.”
This film is particularly relevant for people interested in food justice and social inequality. Guests are invited to stay after the film ends for a brief discussion and refreshments. RSVP to firstname.lastname@example.org reserve a parking space.
You can RSVP to tell us you’re coming at NUHSA’s facebook event page.
Hope to see you there!