News & EventsMonday, August 3, 2015
Filed under: arts
WCC’s GalleryOne is currently showcasing the work of three talented artists educated in southeast Michigan. The exhibit is open through May 24.
Employment opportunities were an important factor in the creation of eight new certificate and degree programs at WCC for Fall Semester. The new programs represent a broad range of growing industries, including health care, applied technology, digital media, social science, and the arts.
Twenty-four-year-old Princeton Michael is a passionate singer/songwriter. But performing his original work in front of a live audience was nerve wracking. That all changed when he auditioned and was selected for the WCC Talent Show in 2008.
Submissions are now being accepted for the 2013 issue of The Huron River Review. WCC students, current and former faculty, and employees of the College are invited to submit their original writing, photography, and artwork for consideration. The deadline is Jan. 28.
WCC’s Gallery One highlights emerging artists in a new exhibit series that runs Sept. 6 through Oct. 19.
WCC music and performing arts students will lend their talents to each day of the Ypsilanti Heritage Festival, which runs Aug. 17-19 at Riverside Park. All of the WCC performances are free and will take place at the Gazebo Stage near the Huron River.
WCC will be well represented at the Ann Arbor Art Fair July 18-21:
The latest issue of The Huron River Review, WCC’s award-winning literary magazine, is now available. There are 49 contributors in this year’s 160-page anthology. They include students, current and former faculty, and employees of the College.
Jeremy Liesen’s category was one of the last as the 34th Michigan Emmy Award ceremony drew to a close June 16. Suddenly his name was announced. The next thing he heard was his mother shouting, “Jeremy you won, you won!”