Bridging is a visual representation of CPCC students in patterns submitted by them via social media for this gorgeous, powerful fabric created by Sensoria featured visual artist and adjunct Art instructor Andrea Vail. Come see it during the opera this weekend and during all of Sensoria, and hear Andrea Vail discuss the project during her artist's talk on Thursday, April 11, at 12:30pm in Tate Hall.
Special thanks to Decor Print and Red Heart Yarn for their support of this project.
Do you have a question for CPCC's president, Dr. Kandi Deitemeyer? Dialogues with Dr. D on Leadership at 11:30 a.m. on Monday, April 8 (the first weekday of Sensoria!) presents a live opportunity for students in the Halton Theater to hear her interviewed by two CPCC students and to ask their own questions. Come if you can!
However, if you can’t be there, please use this form to submit a question in advance for consideration. All submissions will be shared with Dr. Deitemeyer, and some will be read and answered from the stage. Entries won’t be submitted anonymously; we want you to get credit for your great questions! And you can watch the event via live stream (streaming link coming soon).
Get your tickets now! Students are free with student ID!
Opposites really do attract!! “Bel Canto” is Italian for “beautiful singing.” Classically trained singers strive for it and it’s what their audiences come to hear. The other side of the coin….The Art of Belting. Musical Theatre, Rock, Gospel singers and others strive to sing beautifully, but also belt. It is what their audiences come to hear. Think Freddie Mercury and Monserrat Caballe singing Barcelona!!
Halton Theater, March 22 -24. PURCHASE TICKETS or call the CPCC Box Office at 704-330-6534.