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Events - Fall 2014
[printable event calendar coming soon]

Rancho Campus
Wignall Museum
October 1
9am - 2pm

Words + Art (Chaffey Review Workshop)
Join lead faculty from various disciplines at workshops in the museum to write immediate and guided written responses to the work on view at the museum. Songs, poetry, and other forms of writing are encouraged.

Rancho Campus
Wignall Museum
October 15
12:30 - 2pm

Words + Art (OBOC Workshop)
Join lead faculty from various disciplines at workshops in the museum to write immediate and guided written responses to the work on view at the museum. Songs, poetry, and other forms of writing are encouraged.

Rancho Campus
Location CAA-211
October 20
12:30 - 1:30pm
How to Read Comics
Presented by 4 Color Fantasies
Rancho Campus
WH-142
October 22
12:30 - 2pm
A Fourth Dimensional Analysis of Superman
Rancho Campus
CAA-218
November 3
12:30 - 1:45pm
My Favorite Comic Panel Discussion
Join Professors Angela Cardinale, Sean Connelly, Danny Keener, Bonnie Khaw-Pothuma, and Neil Watkins as they discuss their favorite comics
[printable flier]
Chino Campus
CHMB-242
November 3
12:30 - 2pm
Creating a Comic Book: An Interactive Workshop
Join Professors Robert Nazar and Judith Weingartner for an interactive workshop to create your own comic book.
[printable flier]
Rancho Campus
Wignall Museum
November 12
12:30 - 2pm
Words + Art (readings & awards)
To have your work considered for the November 12 readings event, please submit a copy of your written work via email to rebecca.trawick@chaffey.edu no later than November 1. Selected entries will be read/performed at the Wignall Museum on November 12, 1230-2pm by the author.
Rancho Campus
CAA-218
November 14
2 - 3:30pm

Uma Celebração da Lingua e Cultura do Brasil
A Celebration of the Language and Culture of Brazil
This year’s college book, Daytripper, is set in Brazil and informed both by Brazilian culture and the Portuguese language. Please join the OBOC committee as we celebrate Brazilian letters and culture on Friday, November 14, 2014, in CAA 218. Patricia do Carmo will introduce us to the basics of Portuguese pronunciation, and we’ll be sampling Brazilian cuisine and music.

 

 







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