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Student Drag Show a Blowout Success Artistry, Creativity, Craziness, “Awesomeness,” come out big-time at 2014 Cornish Student Leadership Council Drag Show What would you expect from a show put on by students who know how to act, sew, paint,…


Student Curators Create Pro Shows Art schools should not often have big, empty walls; nor could they if they wanted to: where there are visual art students, walls and floor space are all prized territory for display. Cornish…


Last Nights: Ajax in Iraq at Raisbeck LAST NIGHT! Ellen McLaughlin’s shattering deconstruction of Sophocles’ Ajax plays October 17-22 under the direction of Marya Sea Kaminski. It is another night of preparation for Ajax in Iraq. The black floor of…


Stu for Silverton and Lysistrata Provoke and Entertain Theater alum Benjamin Wippel (TH ’13) has spent the summer alternating between wearing a floral dress and an army combat uniform, in attention-getting plays that are only open for a few more weeks.…


Students, Art & Science, and Race Race, an idea which artist Kara Walker calls both love affair and major conflict, is going to be the hot topic among Cornish Humanities & Sciences classes this Fall. “… I always felt…


Arts & Social Change Summer Gathering & Potluck As a community-involved artist at Cornish, it would be nigh impossible not to have heard of the Washington State Arts Commission, 4Culture, Seattle Office of Arts & Cultural Affairs and Seattle Center, but…


Summer at Cornish is a hit! Summer at Cornish 2013 is in full swing, and the halls are once again abuzz with student activity. The four hundred and eighty two pre-college artists have come to Seattle from nearby, out…


Student Experience Spotlight: Diego Suarez Cornish student Diego Suarez (Art ’16) shares how influences from Spanish, Mexican, and Indian cultures have transformed his journey as an artist and a student.


Ashani Dances ASHANI DANCES shakes up Seattle dance with Iyun Ashani Harrison’s unique blend of ballet, modern and African based movement, and by mixing the talents of experienced artists with those fresh out of college…


Student Experience Spotlight: Mindy Kim Cornish students come from a variety of cultural backgrounds, and some have international ties. Mindy Kim, a Senior student in the Art Department, shares how her experiences linked with Korean culture have influenced…


Andrew Lee Creech’s “Hip Hop Saved My Life” This weekend, a new play, Hip Hop Saved My Life by Andrew Lee Creech (TH’13), premiered at the Cornish 9th Ave Studios as part of the Winter New Works Festival. Jenisa Ubben (Art…


Capoeira and Kung Fu in Dance Dance met martial arts last Fall, in a class about Northern Shaolin Kung Fu and Brazilian Capoeira. Students from several departments took part in learning the techniques, histories, and movement philosophies of these…


Camille A. Brown Residency & New Second Line Performance This November, Dance students performed choreographer Camille A. Brown’s New Second Line, the capstone activity of Brown’s artist residency at Cornish, as part of the Cornish Dance Theater Fall 2012 Concert. Inspired by…


Master Percussionist Paoli Mejias Visits Cornish Paoli Mejias is offering Cornish something he never had: a teacher. Puerto Rican born percussionist Mejias taught himself how to play conga and Latin Jazz starting at age 12, listening to records and…


Interview with Mark Murray about CODA In response to the September premier of CODA, an original play by Mark Murray, student Jenisa Ubben asked Murray for an interview about the inspirations behind his work.


Students Commit to Freedom of Expression at Convocation Fall 2012 marked the fourth annual Cornish Convocation, as students gathered for the opening of the academic year at Seattle Unity Church, to greet one another and re-affirm their mutual respect as artists.


AIGA Link Program: Alumni Helping Seattle Teens Cornish reaches out to Seattle youth in many ways, but one especially close partnership is with the AIGA Link Program, a visual art enrichment program for high school students.


CODA Play Premier in ASL On September 15th, Cornish will present CODA, an original play written and performed by Mark Murray and directed by Lindsey Leonard, both current students. CODA is “a coming-of-age story exploring the boundaries between…


Cornish Drag Show 2011 On Friday April 8, 2011, Cornish Student Leadership Council hosted its largest and most attended Drag Show yet at Broadway Performance Hall.


I AM: A Celebration of Black History On March 25, 2011, Cornish’s Black Student Union hosted I AM: A Celebration of Black History. The lively and creative varieties of celebration included performances of live music, poetry, dance and guest speakers…


Dr. Shiela Edwards Lange Visits Cornish Dr. Shiela Edwards Lange, Vice President for Minority Affairs and Vice Provost for Diversity at the University of Washington (UW), came to Cornish on December 5, 2011 for a luncheon with the Diversity…


Jen Graves Speaks About Racism On August 30, 2011, The Stranger’s art critic Jen Graves wrote a feature article called “Deeply Embarrassed White People Talk Awkwardly About Race.” For Cornish, her article recalled an equally awkward and humbling…


2011 Convocation On Tuesday, September 7, 2011 at the official opening of the academic year, a new tradition was begun with the signing of the Book of Commitment, which contains the Cornish Diversity Statement and…


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