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Registration opens for Summer at Cornish and Jazz-minh Moore will be returning to work with future artists; with the summer program and Lifelong Learning, Cornish also returns — to its roots.
Painter Jazz-minh Moore (AR ’00) is returning to teach at Cornish this summer to work with future artists, just as Nellie Cornish would…
Bank robbers, murderers, lovers, Bonnie Parker and Clyde Barrow terrorized and fascinated Depression-Era America; now they fascinate again in a musical opening at Cornish.
At first it seems really strange — then it hits you: what a great idea for a musical. Take an antiheroic, larger-than-life couple who display a shocking confusion of sex…
Sure, it’s Beckett, but this is no cosmic joke: Cornish welcomes Bill Irwin to the Rep October 27 for an evening centered on Samuel Beckett and his works.
As part of the citywide Seattle Beckett Festival, Cornish College of the Arts, in association with the festival and Seattle University, presents master actor and clown…
As November 14, 2014, approaches, signs are beginning to appear — literally — celebrating 100 years of Cornish; first up, the venerable Notion Building.
As Cornish’s centennial year rapidly approaches, the College has begun to bloom with graphics. The Notion Building, right at the center of the Cornish Main Campus, is the first to…
The Cornish Theater season opens with a fast and funny show about girl empowerment and the power of the imagination.
In Qui Nguyen’s dramatic comedy
She Kills Monsters directed by Desdemona Chiang, Agnes (Rebecca Flaherty) seeks to learn more about her little sister Tilly (Sharlaina Lowry) by playing through a Dungeons & Dragons campaign…
Platforms of Exchange
, the Junior-Senior Collaborative Exhibitions, is an art walk that will lead viewers on a journey around the campus and the neighborhood.
Some ideas for exhibitions are a lot bigger than a gallery can hold.
Platforms of Exchange is a series of 12 exhibitions from collaborative junior/senior groups at Cornish College of…
Lauren Iida’s cut paper works by their very nature play with positive and negative space; her new exhibition in Cornish’s Alumni Gallery takes the idea a step further.
The new exhibition in the MCC’s Alumni Gallery is sharply lit, and that’s just right for casting sharp shadows around and within the cut-paper works of…
This fall has seen the advent of a new program at Cornish, Film+Media; a new video highlights it and a first big project, Waco.
As November 14, 2014, approaches and with it the 100-year anniversary of the founding of Cornish, a whole new approach to the teaching of the visual arts is gelling at…
It’s on AGAIN! Yay! The Vaudevillians , starring Jinkx Monsoon and Major Scales (Jerick Hoffer and Richard Andriesson [TH’10]), lit up off-Broadway; now they’re opening the season at Seattle Rep.
If you don’t have a ticket, buy one fast. If someone offers you one, grab it and hold on tight.
The Vaudevillians already sold out…
Seattle, WA – Cornish Presents welcomes outstanding Seattle-based jazz vocalist Johnaye Kendrick and her quartet in a concert celebrating the release of her new album Here on Oct. 16 at 8:00 p.m. at PONCHO Concert Hall, 710 East Roy Street, Seattle.
As a performer, Kendrick often accompanys herself on harmonium, violin, viola, and percussion.…
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