Don’t miss this in depth Modesto Bee Q and A article featuring Professor Michael Lynch and the MJC Theatre production of The Strange Case of Dr. Jekyll and Mr….
Please stop by the Sierra Hall Gallery (1st Floor) on West Campus to visit an exhibition of photographs from Art 170, Basic Photography students. On November 5th, students spent 3 hours photographing and collecting garbage near Dry Creek. This display exhibits 2 images from each student, as well as some of the refuse they collected. These photographers went looking for what is often overlooked, to identify a sense of place that is both beautiful and disconcerting. Photographer Robert Adams wrote, “photography ought to start with and remain faithful to the appearance of the world, and in so doing record contradictions. The greatest pictures would then… find wholeness in the torn world.”
This work is on display until Friday, December 5th.
~ Professor Noah Wilson, Advisor
Please stop by the Sierra Hall Gallery (1st Floor) on West Campus to visit an exhibition of photographs by former MJC photography student, Brandon Thompson. In this collection of images from the Central Valley, Thompson shares his intuitive ability to recognize telling moments and curious, formal relationships that exist in the everyday – the stories and secrets left out in the open that often go unnoticed. His work will be on display through November 19th ~ Professor Noah Wilson, Advisor
Image credit – Brandon Thompson
Terra Incognita is photography instructor Noah Wilson’s first solo show at the MJC Art Gallery. The show runs August 25 – September 18. Gallery hours are Monday –…
MJC Theatre presents Tomson Highway’s “The Rez Sisters”. Performances begin on May 29 at 7:30 p.m. and continue on May 30, 31, June 5, 6, 7 at 7:30…
“A liberal education makes you a good citizen. The word liberal comes from the Latin liber, which means “free.” At its essence, a liberal education is an education to free…
Join us for these exciting MJC Music concerts in December!