Recently, Hatheway Cultural Center Art Gallery drew in large crowds during the annual Faculty Art Exhibit. The exhibit ran from Feb. 6 to 27. The pieces on display were made by faculty from Lewis and Clark’s Art Department.
1st MidAmerica Credit Union presents the Visiting Artists Lecture series, showcasing painter Jenny Chi on April 21. This lecture is the third installment of Lewis and Clark Community College’s insight to the art world.
New York City will be the site for another spotlight on Nov. 19, however, in the limelight will not be singers or actors, but books. The National Book Award Winners will be announced that fall evening.
“There is no greater agony than bearing an untold story inside you,” the late writer, Maya Angelou, said.
The Peppermint Rooster Review, Lewis and Clark Community College’s literary magazine, is calling for submissions for the 2014-2015 edition.
Oct. 2 marked the 7th annual Banned Book Week presentation held in the Lewis and Clark Community College library. This event was held by Liz Burns and Peter Hussey and featured raffles, novel trivia games, and prize giveaways.