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Library Art Gallery becomes new home to weaving, woodworking, and photography

By Jorge Villa

November 28, 2017

Filed under Arts

The Library has nurtured a myriad of art throughout the semester and in this exhibition is no different as it represents the diversity through paintings, woodwork, and photography.The El Camino Schauerman Library exhibits a tria...

Faculty to showcase work at annual winter show

By Tanya Silerio

November 14, 2017

Filed under Arts, Previews

Starting Monday, Nov. 20 to Wednesday, Dec. 13 from 5 to 8 p.m. the Art Department will host its annual faculty art show.The faculty exhibit will feature artwork from both professors in the art and photography department."It'...

Audience Talk Back with ’12 Angry Jurors’ and one director

By Jeremy Taylor

November 8, 2017

Filed under Arts

Sunday night's performance of "12 Angry Jurors" added a little interactivity to it's already immersive experience by hosting an audience talk back with the director and cast in the Campus Theatre. Audience members were seated in...

Rendition of teleplay ’12 Angry Jurors’ comes to Campus Theatre

By Faith Petrie

November 6, 2017

Filed under Arts

The Campus Theatre will be the home to a production of the classic teleplay “12 Angry Jurors."According to director and part-time El Camino professor Scott Alan Smith, the play is an adaption of both scripts from “12...

Pianist gives, ‘classic sound’ to her performance at Marsee Auditorium

By Faith Petrie

October 24, 2017

Filed under Arts

As professional pianist Ko-Eun Yi steps on to the stage in a long black gown with sparkling jewels embellished on her waist, she waits for the polite, introductory applause to cease.She bows and finds her way to the piano ben...

One-Act plays give students a chance to direct their own plays at the Campus Theatre

By Samuel Hill

October 18, 2017

Filed under Arts

The student-directed One-Act plays featured four different student performances consisted of a 15 minute intermission between each two performances.The plays performed were "Last Call," "Cinderella Married," "The Subtext of Textin...

Bands pay homage to Glenn Miller and Thomas Dorsey as they battle it out in Marsee Auditorium

By Tanya Silerio

October 15, 2017

Filed under Arts, Previews

Two big bands with thirty musicians will battle it out with 1940s music at the Marsee Auditorium on Sunday, Oct. 15.Gary Vecchiarelli, producer of the event, said, "I started in 2014 to see if the audience would accept this type...

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