New in the Gallery! Oso Landslide Photography & Artist Lecture

“Reconciling Risk and Suspending Belief”
Oso Landslide Photography
by Phil Eidenberg-Noppe

on exhibit @ Shoreline Community College Art Gallery
JUNE 20TH – SEPTEMBER 16TH

**ARTIST LECTURE: Tuesday, June 28th, 3:30 – 5 p.m.**
Administration Building 1000, Lobby

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The Oso Landslide Project is a time-based photo documentary project that began prior to the devastating landslide of March, 2014. Eidenberg-Noppe, a hydrologist and photographer, documented the area in April 2012, March 2013, June and November of 2014, and September 2015. The collection includes large-scale panoramic photographs of a dramatically altered landscape, as well as detailed images capturing the personal effects of this powerful and tragic event. An essay about the project titled: “Reconciling Risk and Suspending Belief” is published on www.medium.com.

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Combined Club Show Opening Reception, Thurs., May 19

Combined Club poster-email[5]
Join us for the Opening Reception of the Combined Club Show this Thurs., May 19 from 4-6 p.m. in the Art Gallery in the Admin bldg. (1000) lobby.

Four Shoreline Community College visual arts clubs come together in this exhibition to display artwork created by students involved in club activities throughout the year. Photography Club, Art Club, VCT Club, and Clay Club members present their best work in ceramics, printmaking, photography, digital imagery, painting, drawing, and sculpture. These clubs are open to new members from the entire campus community.

The Combined Club Show runs now through June 24.

Shoreline AFA students show off work in Portfolio Show, Artists’ Reception

Check out Shoreline’s AFA graduates’ Portfolio Show on display now through May 13 in the Admin. bldg. (1000) art gallery (lobby).

And please be sure to join us in celebrating the graduates and their work at the Artists’ Reception, Thurs., April 28 from 5-7 p.m. in the Admin. bldg. art gallery.
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Campus events for Thurs., April 14: Molly Magai Artist’s Reception, Great Discussions series, and more

Intramural Zumba, Athletics Room 3025
Thurs., April 14: 12:35-1:25 p.m.
Free to all Shoreline Community College students, faculty, and staff.

Artist’s Reception – Painting by Molly Magai, Admin (1000) bldg. gallery
Thurs., April 14: 4-6 p.m.
MOLLY MAGAI Poster-email[5]
Molly Magai makes paintings of landscapes dominated by cities, roads, industry, and the living things that inhabit them. These structures, created for human convenience, are very much in conflict with nature. They are also an awe-inspiring human accomplishment, the work of generations of builders and engineers. Most of us ignore these landscapes as we pass by them. Magai’s job as a genre painter is to make you see them, in their destructiveness and their beauty.

Magai make paintings based on snapshots she takes from a moving vehicle. Handicapped by the car’s speed, the camera creates inadvertent effects – unexpected colors, halos, and blurs. She is interested in the sensation of speed, and the way the image is filtered first through the camera, the painter, and the painting.

Intramural Personal Training, Athletics room 3007
Thurs., April 14: 6:05-6:50 p.m.

Free to all Shoreline Community College students, faculty, and staff.

Great Discussions Series: The Middle East, Room 1010(M)
Thurs., April 14: 6:30-8 p.m.
Part of the Great Discussions series. Part of an 8-part series, *registration is required. For more information go to the GAC website, or contact Larry Fuell (lfuell@shoreline.edu, 206-533-6750) or Elouiessa Muana (emuana2@shoreline.edu, 206-546-6996.

*Attending individual seminars is possible, if space available; contact Larry Fuell. $5 entrance fee collected at door.

Join us for Molly Magai Artist’s Reception, Thurs., April 14

Please join us for an Artist’s Reception for the Molly Magai exhibit in the Admin building (1000 bldg.) art gallery on Thurs., April 14, 4-6 p.m. The exhibit is only open through this Fri., April 15, so this is one of your last chances to see it!
MOLLY MAGAI Poster-email[5]

Molly Magai Artist Statement
I make paintings of landscapes dominated by cities, roads, industry, and the living things that inhabit them. These structures, created for human convenience, are very much in conflict with nature. They are also an awe-inspiring human accomplishment, the work of generations of builders and engineers. Most of us ignore these landscapes as we pass by them. My job as a genre painter is to make you see them, in their destructiveness and their beauty.

I make paintings based on snapshots I take from a moving vehicle. Handicapped by the car’s speed, the camera creates inadvertent effects – unexpected colors, halos, and blurs. I’m interested in the sensation of speed, and the way the image is filtered first through the camera, the painter, and the painting.