March 4th, 2014
Join us as we turn on the lights and commemorate 30 years of darkroom photography at Chemeketa at our Out of the Dark party.
Friday March 14, 3–6pm
Visual Communications Darkroom 4/284
Bring in a negative and make one last print before we close the darkroom. Light refreshments will be provided.
Check the schedule each term for a full listing of all photography courses. VC will continue to offer a full selection of digital photography classes. The college will continue to offer darkroom photography through the Art Program.
February 10th, 2014
The Visual Communications Overview Session scheduled for this week (February 11th) has been postponed until Tuesday, February 25th, 2014 from 4:30pm–6:00pm.
If you would like information about the Visual Communication at Chemeketa, we invite you to attend an overview session. In these sessions, we talk about the program, show student work, provide information about the application process, and discuss transfer and career options. You will also be able to meet some of our faculty members and current program students.
For questions, please contact Christine Linder (email@example.com).
January 7th, 2014
Representatives from Pacific Northwest College of Art will be on the Chemeketa campus to conduct portfolio reviews. The reviews will take place on Tuesday, January 21st from 1-3:00pm in The Gretchen Shuette Art Gallery. A sign-up sheet is available in the art gallery.
December 11th, 2013
Explore your creativity in new mediums this winter! Work with dedicated professional designers, illustrators and photographers in small classes in our Mac lab and other facilities. For more information about these or other classes in graphic design or interactive media, contact Christine Linder at firstname.lastname@example.org or 503.399.6473.
Check the schedule timetable for additional information needed for online registration. All courses listed meet for the full ten-week term.
Read the rest of this entry »
December 10th, 2013
Congratulations to photography and illustration instructor Alex Solomon on winning the Celeste Prize, an international arts prize for artists worldwide. He won for his photograph David and the Climb Up (pictured left).
In Alex’s words: “This work could be described as a parody of a landscape. Overtly epic and absurdly sublime; my goal is not to satirize but to make what I believe a contemporary landscape should be. And it’s odd.”
Alex will be teaching ART265 Digital Photography 1 this coming Winter term on Tuesdays and Thursdays. Register today!
Read more at the Celeste Prize Web site »