Announcements

Thank You!!!

Posted Thursday, April 24th, 2014

Thank you to everyone that supported Sensoria 2014. Here’s a glimpse of 2014 Sensoria by the numbers:

· We hosted more than 80 events

· Events were hosted on five campuses

· We had more than 4,000 visits to our Sensoria website

· The Student Art Show in Ross Gallery sold 40 pieces of art, totaling $7687.50, through private and award purchases

· More than 400 students and community members gave us feedback by filling out Sensoria surveys

· More than 11,000 students, faculty and community members enjoyed Sensoria

We would like to thank everyone that filled out a sensoria survey. By filling out a survey students and community members were entered in a chance to win 1 of 10 prizes. The winners are:

(Student Winners): Joyce Constante, Joshua Walsh, Allastair Blackman, Kristina Hopkins, and Bobby Robinson.

(Community Winners): Lisa Baverso, Scott Ricker, Robert Wagner, Dahlia Shuets and Nancy Jessen.

  

 

                            We look forward to seeing you are Sensoria 2015!

 

 

Sensoria in the Charlotte Observer

Posted Friday, April 4th, 2014

CPCC’s Sensoria offers cultural feast for Charlotte community.

Check out this great article about Sensoria in the Charlotte Observer.


Read more here: http://www.charlotteobserver.com/2014/04/03/4814632/cpccs-sensoria-offers-cultural.html#storylink=cpy

Ancient Ancestral Healing Grooves feat. Pops Mohamed

Posted Tuesday, March 25th, 2014

Pops Mohamed, known as South Africa’s “minister of music” and a multi-instrumentalist, is excited to present a fusion of ancient and contemporary music, featuring West Africa’s oldest traditional musical instruments, at this year’s Sensoria celebration. Attendees will enjoy hearing a variety of Mohamed’s musical styles, which range from traditional South African township jazz to Afro-Pop fused with sounds of the Kalahari Desert. Join us for this signature event, it's free and open to the public. Click here for more info. Joining Pops for this special event will be Morris Goldberg and Ema. Morris is New York based composer, saxophonist, clarinetist, penny whistler and vocalist, he recently completed recording his third album with his group, OJOYO. Ema is an American guitarist, singer/songwriter, producer and multi-instrumentalist who has spent the bulk of his career immersed in the music and cultures of South Africa.

 

Pops