News 2013 - 2014
Apr 3rd, 2014 One Medium, Many Interpretations: The Meaning of Wood
Perhaps no single substance, save for water, has had the vital impact on humanity that wood has. From the very trees that provide this resource, to myriad man-made uses, we interact with wood on some level every day of our lives. Now, a range of artists interprets the significance of one of nature’s most abundant organic materials in The Meaning of Wood, this spring at The Gallery at the Kenneth J. Minnaert Center for the Arts.
Mar 21st, 2014 Colleges, Universities Join Forces for Nursing Advancement
OLYMPIA -- In a move to boost the number of nurses with bachelor’s degrees in Washington, the community and technical college system and four-year universities have struck a landmark agreement to create a shorter, smoother process for students to achieve the degree. A new statewide Associate in Nursing transfer agreement standardizes the way credits are awarded and accepted between and among Washington’s community and technical colleges and four-year universities.
Mar 21st, 2014 Nursing Program Begins Accepting Applications for Fall 2014
The South Puget Sound Community College Nursing Program will begin accepting applications for its revamped Nursing Program beginning April 1.
Mar 21st, 2014 FiveThunders, Peters honored with All-WA Placement
South Puget Sound Community College students Nathan Peters and Amanda FiveThunders will be honored at the 2014 All-Washington Academic Team ceremony on Thursday, March 27. Lt. Gov. Brad Owen will be on hand to acknowledge recipients at the 19th annual ceremony, hosted by SPSCC. This year’s team consists of 68 students representing all the state’s 34 community and technical colleges.
Mar 21st, 2014 All-Washington Returns to SPSCC
Lt. Gov. Brad Owen will be on hand to help honor recipients at the 19th annual 2014 All-Washington Academic Team recognition ceremony on Thursday, March 27. South Puget Sound Community College again hosts the event, which begins at noon at the college’s Student Union Building.
Feb 20th, 2014 Gothic Forest Blends Man-Made and Natural Forms
The man-made modern world often juxtaposes forms and shapes found in nature. Now that crossover will be on display as artist Mike Adams brings his Gothic Forest installation to South Puget Sound Community College beginning Feb. 25.
Feb 20th, 2014 Playboy of the Western World Hits Black Box Theater
The South Puget Sound Community College Drama Program presents Playboy of the Western World at the Kenneth J. Minnaert Center for the Arts Black Box Theater, beginning Feb. 27 with a special preview night.
Feb 20th, 2014 Seattle Women's Jazz Orchestra Brings Spring Swing
Featuring some of the top female jazz musicians in the region, the Seattle Women’s Jazz Orchestra will perform on the main stage of the Kenneth J. Minnaert Center for the Arts at South Puget Sound Community College on March 15.
Feb 20th, 2014 SPSCC Concert Choirs Celebrate 15th Anniversary
The South Puget Sound Community College Concert Choir and Puget Sound Community Choir are celebrating their 15th anniversary in style. The choirs will sing Fifteenth Anniversary Favorites on Wednesday, March 12 at the Kenneth J. Minnaert Center for the Arts.
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Kellie Purce Braseth
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