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Collaborative Movement and Partnering Workshop Coming to SPSCC

November 4, 2019

On Sunday, Nov. 10, SPSCC will host a collaborative movement and partnering workshop with two members of visiting “rebellious” dance company Pilobolus. The workshop is from 10:30 a.m. – 12:30 p.m., in the Black Box Theatre at the Kenneth J. Minnaert Center for the Performing Arts, and is free and open to the public.

Melinda Hurst Frye and Cyrra Robinson Show What Lies Beneath at SPSCC

October 25, 2019

Article via Oly Arts
By Alec Clayton

The exhibition now showing in the gallery at South Puget Sound Community College is amazingly lush and gorgeous.

Called “What Lies Beneath,” the show features photographs by Seattle artist Melinda Hurst Frye and sculpture by Olympia-based Cyrra Robinson. The works from each — while more realistic than inventive — are surrealistic and dreamlike and might even be seen as creepy.

SPSCC Foundation Scholarship Essay Volunteers Find Student Stories of Hope and Perseverance

September 16, 2019

Article via ThurstonTalk
By Molly Walsh

Every student at South Puget Sound Community College has a story leading to their pursuit of higher education, whether it is to advance or change their current career path or to develop new skills. A vital part of that story for many students are scholarships, particularly those offered by the SPSCC Foundation.

Fun Home named #2 local theatre production of 2018-19

September 12, 2019

In a yearly roundup by Weekly Volcano, theater critic Alec Clayton named SPSCC’s rendition of “Fun Home,” based on the graphic novel by Alison Bechdel, the number two local theatre production of the 2018-19 season.

Having previously called the production “one of the best plays you’ll see this year” in an article from The Olympian, Clayton made known the impact this production would make in the community, which was the first of its kind in the Olympia area.

SPSCC Connections Run Deep at the Olympia Farmers Market

September 9, 2019

Article via ThurstonTalk
By Molly Walsh

With a 56-year history and over 50,000 alumni, South Puget Sound Community College (SPSCC) has developed deep connections to the Olympia community. And ties to the college are especially apparent at the Olympia Farmers Market. On any given Saturday, the market is ripe with alumni, family and employers of SPSCC students, both operating booths and enjoying the market ambiance.


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