December 7th-December 13th
Become a Cornish Cares Leader
The Office of Student Life is proud to introduce a new program called Cornish Cares. The goal of Cornish Cares is to work in a team environment to provide resources and programming to support eight dimensions of health and wellness: emotional, financial, environmental, social, intellectual, spiritual, physical, and vocational.
If you are a student interested in becoming a Cornish Cares volunteer leader, please complete the student application located at :
Programming plans for the Spring 2016 semester will include: National Eating Disorders Awareness Week, Safe Spring Break, National Volunteer Week, Sexual Assault Prevention Awareness Month, and more. There will also be opportunities to help in the creation/design of new health and wellness printed and online materials.
The application deadline has been extended to Monday, December 21st for positions starting in the spring semester. The first Cornish Cares meeting will take place on Thursday, January 21 at 12pm.
If you have any questions, please contact email@example.com
12th Annual Cornish Drag Show Co-Host Auditions
Auditions will be held on Thursday, December 10th from 11:30-1:30. Please email firstname.lastname@example.org to schedule your audition appointment.
Drag show performer applications will also be out this week and will be due on Friday, January 22.
Wild Kate: A Tale of Revenge at Sea by Karen Hartman (Local playwright)
Directed by Annie Lareau
Featuring Third Year Theater Students
December 9-11, 8:00p.m., December 12, 2:00p.m. and 8:00p.m., December 13, 7:00p.m.
12th Ave Arts Black Box, 1620 12th Ave, Capitol Hill.
Tickets $12 General Admission, $7 Senior Citizens, $5 Cornish Community and Teen Tix, available at www.brownpapertickets.com
SEATTLE PREMIERE! "Call me Isabel." A brainy teen with a chip on her shoulder seeks adventure and escape when she enrolls in High School on the High Seas. But soon Isabel, her new pal Quinn, and a rag-tag collection of classmates and crew find themselves swept off course in an extracurricular payback mission led by the boat's strange and formidable captain, Wild Kate. In this contemporary adventure inspired by Melville's Moby Dick and the Deepwater Oil Rig disaster, these young sailors are forced to consider whether saving the ocean is worth risking their lives.
Nellie Cornish Memorial Golf Tournament
Please join us for a few holes of this, now, annual tradition. Miniature golf courses created and constructed by students in Performance Production Practicum classes.
Friday, Dec. 18th 11:30am-1:00pm
Cornish Scene Shop
167 Roy St. / Seattle Center
Approx 15-20 minute walk or via campus shuttle.
FREE Beginning Dance Classes
LUI Building Studio 102
Thursday, December 10 8am Jazz
Thursday, December 10 9am Modern
Public Art Opportunities
King County, WA + Gallery4Culture
Gallery4Culture seeks exhibition proposals for our 2016/2017 season. The gallery is located on the street-level of 4Culture’s administrative offices and offers approximately 1,000 sq. ft. of exhibition space in the heart of Seattle’s Pioneer Square neighborhood. Eligibility is restricted to visual artists, collaborative teams and artist groups who reside in King County, WA.
Applicants may not be represented by a commercial art gallery. Visual artists working in all media and genres (except performance art) are eligible to apply. Submitted work samples and résumés must clearly demonstrate a candidate’s capacity to successfully execute the proposed exhibition. A selection panel composed of three regional arts professionals will review applications and award ten exhibitions beginning September 2016 and running through July 2017.
Eligibility: Open to visual artists residing in King County, WA; applicants may not be represented by a commercial art gallery.
Deadline: January 11, 2016, 5:00PM PST
Tacoma, WA + Water Flume Line Trail and Oak Tree Park
The City of Tacoma, in partnership with Metro Parks Tacoma, is seeking artists and/or artist teams who reside in Oregon or Washington State to submit qualifications for a $95,000 commission to create a permanent public artwork or series of artworks for the adjoining Water Flume Line Trail and Oak Tree Park. The Water Flume Line Trail is a historic corridor that is being rebuilt into a six-and-a-half mile long path for bicyclists and pedestrians, connecting South Tacoma to the Thea Foss Waterway in downtown Tacoma, starting at the south end of Oak Tree Park. The selected artist or team will help increase visibility for Oak Tree Park and the Water Flume Line Trail, connect both assets to the surrounding community, and enhance the user experience.
Eligibility: Open to artists living in in the states of WA or OR.
Deadline: January 11, 2016, 11:59PM PST
Seattle, WA + Westlake & Lenora Park
The Seattle Office of Arts & Culture,(ARTS) in partnership with Seattle Parks and Recreation (PARKS) will commission one artist or artist team to design, fabricate and install site-integrated, outdoor artwork for the new Westlake & Lenora Park, located in Seattle’s Denny Triangle neighborhood at the intersection of Westlake Ave and Lenora St. (2100 Westlake Ave.)
Eligibility: Open to professional artists residing in the U.S.
Deadline: January 12, 2016, 11:00PM PST
The City of Calgary is seeking professional artists to develop designs that will be cast on new manhole covers as part of the manhole cover lifecycle replacement. This is an exciting opportunity to contribute to a vast network of City infrastructure. The successful artists will work with The City’s project team and Water Services staff to develop a design that reflects the underground systems that run beneath the manhole covers. Two artists will be contracted; one will create a design for manhole covers servicing water, while the other will create a design for waste and storm water.
Eligibility: No eligibility requirements specified.
Deadline: January 08, 2016, 4:00PM MST
Budget: C$10,000 (each)