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In the Heights’ auditions set for Nov. 28-30

By ROBYN ZELICKSON The Pima Community College Theatre Arts department will hold auditions for its Spring 2017 musical production of “In the Heights” on Nov. 28, 29 and 30 from 6 p.m. until late in the West Campus Center for the Arts. PCC instructors Todd Poelstra, Mickey Nugent, Martha Reed and Mark Nelson will collaborate […]

Arts briefs

Arts briefs

Compiled by Alyssa Ramer and Audrie Ford “Cellular” exhibition coming to Louis- Carlos Bernal Gallery Beginning Oct. 26, the Louis-Carlos Bernal Gallery will host the “Cellular” exhibition, which includes artistic pieces involving several different mediums created by Susan Beiner and Mark Pomilio. The opening reception will be held Nov. 5 from 5 to 7 p.m. […]

Pima Art Briefs

Pima Art Briefs

Compiled by Katie Vacio Student Art Exhibition reception slated April 16 A reception and award ceremony for Pima Community College’s Annual Juried Student Art Exhibition will be held April 16. The events start at 2 p.m. in the Louis Carlos Bernal Gallery, located in the Center for the Arts complex on West Campus. The exhibition […]

Gallery seeks student artwork for annual exhibit

Gallery seeks student artwork for annual exhibit

By KATIE STEWART    A deadline is approaching for Pima Community College students who want to submit work to the Annual Juried Student Art Exhibition.    Entries must be delivered March 24-27 to the Louis Carlos Bernal Gallery, located in the Center for the Arts complex on West Campus.    Students will be notified of […]

Quintet to display ‘Power of Five’

Quintet to display ‘Power of Five’

The all-male a capella quintet Cantores will perform a guest recital, “The Power of Five,” in the Pima Community College Center for the Arts West Campus Recital Hall on Oct. 6 at 3 p.m. PCC music faculty member and counter tenor/tenor Jonathan Ng will join the other members of Cantores, including counter tenor/tenor Jose “Chach” […]

PCC artists exhibit at Tucson Museum of Art

PCC artists exhibit at Tucson Museum of Art

By KATIE STEWART Seven Pima Community College instructors are among the 80 artists selected for a Tucson Museum of Art “Arizona Biennial” exhibit that opened in July. Their art was selected from more than 1,250 submitted works. The PCC artists are: Noé Badillo, West Campus and Downtown Campus adjunct Karen Ducluett, East Campus adjunct Michael […]

ARTS BRIEFS: PCC to present four concerts in six days

ARTS BRIEFS: PCC to present four concerts in six days

Jazz Ensemble performing Nov. 30 The Pima Community College 18-piece Jazz Ensemble will perform in concert on Tuesday, Nov. 30, at 7:30 p.m. in the West Campus Center for the Arts Proscenium Theatre. The program will feature big band arrangements of “April in Paris,” “Shiny Stockings” and “All of Me” under the musical direction of […]

Sonic 4 Episode I fun, but expensive and lazy

Sonic 4 Episode I fun, but expensive and lazy

By JAMES KELLEY Console version After years of substandard 3-D games, 2-D Sonic is back on consoles with a boom, even if the price is steep and the “game” is short. The world’s fastest video game mascot returns in Sonic the Hedgehog 4: Episode I, for iPhone, Wii, Playstation 3 and Xbox 360. Although broken […]

Lindy’s dares you to finish its O.M.F.G. burger

Lindy’s dares you to finish its O.M.F.G. burger

Story and photo by Daniel Gaona Imagine a burger so big you can’t even take a standard bite. So big, it towers 12 patties with as many slices of cheese packed inside a regular bun, not to mention the lettuce, onion and special sauce. Try to envision that monster sandwich. Or, just go to Lindy’s […]

Pima Music Society: New student club welcomes members

Pima Music Society: New student club welcomes members

Story and photos by David Mendez Music lovers rejoice! The Pima Music Society at West Campus is now active and inviting students from all fields who enjoy music to join them at their meetings. The club started in earnest this semester, but has been a project in the mind of member Jonny Mullins for more […]

Six Digital Arts students win ADDY awards

Six Digital Arts students win ADDY awards

  Story by Jacquelyn Montaño Photos courtesy PCC Digital Arts Six Pima Community College digital arts students won ADDY awards this year in a competition hosted by the Tucson Advertising Federation, a local chapter of the American Advertising Federation. The Federation includes a student category in its annual competition for advertising professionals. PCC winners were: […]