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Week of April 20-April 24

Apparel Sale!!!

Stop by the Student Life Office and grab some Cornish swag for a deal! We have t-shirts, jackets, yoga pants and sweatpants all of $5! Stop by and check it out.

(sizes are limited on some items, all products are only available while supplies lasts)

Clothing Swap 2015

Tuesday, April 28


Bring all your unwanted shirts, pants, shoes, dresses, and anything else someone might enjoy! A perfect way to end the semester by getting rid of things you don't need! Whatever isn't enjoyed by the Cornish community will be donated to those in need.

Cornish Library Extended Hours

Saturday and Sunday from 11am-9pm!

Monday through Thursday 8am-10pm!

Friday 8am-9pm!

The last day of extended hours is the last day of school, Friday May 1st, where the library will only be open from 8-6pm

April 27th - May 11th, you can return library items to your residence hall front desk.

Staff at the Residence Hall front desk will ask you to log all library materials that you return.

Library materials will not be checked in right away - we will pick up library materials returned to the residence halls on 5/01, 5/07, and 5/11. All items on hand will be checked in on those days.

Please return reserve items and other short term loans directly to the library.

If you have any questions:, 206-726-5145.

Free tickets to Jasper in Deadland!

An electrifying new pop/rock musical in the spirit of RENT and Spring Awakening, Jasper in Deadland takes audiences on a mythological thrill-ride through the underworld.

The 5th Avenue Theatre invites the entire staff, faculty, and student body of Cornish College of the Arts to attend one of the preview performances of JASPER IN DEADLAND for free. These preview performances are April 30 through May 3, including evening and matinee shows.

Click here to reserve your tickets. Then bring your RSVP to the 5th's box office before the show to pick up your tickets at WILL CALL.

Many friends of Cornish and alumni in this cast and crew -- learn more about the show here:


CONTACT: (503) 572-8746

Calandra Childers, Seattle Office of Arts & Culture, (206) 684-7306

ALL RISE is pleased to present 2421 Miles, a site-specific 52,000 square foot earthwork by New York-based artist, Molly Dilworth. Using over 400 cubic yards of dirt and 182 lbs of wildflower and grass seed, Dilworth transforms the interior site of the ALL RISE campus into a living urban meadow. Comprised of 14 individual garden beds each containing a specific colorway, 2421 Miles is based a series of painted pattern studies generated from national flags, corporate logos and traditional patterns found along the sea trade route between Seattle and New York.

In recent years, Dilworth has spent time in ports along the Hudson River, studying the history of commerce between the United States and the Caribbean. At the same time, she traveled between her home in New York and Seattle as a freelance worker for a global technology company. The work is named for that commute - the number of miles between the airports of Seattle and New York - made possible by modern global trade.

As shipping and port technologies evolved over the last century, formerly industrial areas such as South Lake Union have been redeveloped. In a short time this lot on Denny will be a power station serving the demands of the new buildings; All Rise has used this temporary space to mark a transition between last century and ours. The geometric edges of the garden will soften and evolve as it grows, just as our built environment and technologies do: imperceptibly, right in front of our eyes and seemingly all at once. The project was realized with the design assistance of Walker Macy (Portland and Seattle) as well as expertise and custom mixes from ProTime Lawn Seed, and the advice of SunMark Seeds.

ALL RISE is a series of temporary artworks punctuated by performance, music and events located at 1250 Denny Way in downtown Seattle, the future site of the Seattle City Light Denny Substation. ALL RISE seeks to provide a platform for artists who consider the many iterations of land and space: residential, political, commercial, agricultural, spiritual, intellectual, utopian.... It is funded by % for Art Funds, administered by the Office of Arts and Culture, Seattle.

The project will bloom through mid-June, 2015. It is visible in person at 1250 Denny Way, Seattle, Wash. USA, and also online through ALL RISE webcams at

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