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Summer at Cornish, Lifelong Learning, Build Future, Recall Past

Summer at Cornish, Lifelong Learning, Build Future, Recall Past

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…

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Going with the Flow

Going with the Flow

Cornish dancers join others across the country as part of the National Water Dance project.

On April 12 at precisely 1:00 p.m., first-year dance students from Cornish danced across a footbridge on the south shore of Lake Union, their choreography synchronized with dancers across the country, all of whom were participating in the National…

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EXPO Profile: Actor Anthony Simmons

EXPO Profile: Actor Anthony Simmons

Edward F. Limato Scholar, San Diego native, and grad school aspirant, Cornish junior Anthony Simmons shines as Oberon in A Midsummer Night’s Dream.

For actors in the Theater Department, their junior year is devoted to work on the classics. So it’s no surprise to find junior Anthony Lee Simmons (TH ’15) in Shakespeare’s enduring…

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And the Word Is Good in Godspell

And the Word Is Good in Godspell

Godspell at Raisbeck: Jesus rediscovered, deepened, in a new production of the 1970s off-Broadway hit musical.

Whatever happened to “hippie Jesus”? That comforting proponent of peace is hard to find, overrun as we are of late by meaner, harder “Jesuses” thrust on us by some Christian fundamentalist groups:  the Jesus who wants you to…

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Vive La Conversation

Vive La Conversation

Innovative Curricula at Cornish: An Art History Class Explores the Art of Conversation with “The Salon: A Game of Conversation”

At a time when public discourse has become often strident and stripped of meaning and as an unending shower of information pours down on our lives from computer screens, telephones, and devices of all…

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EXPO Profile: Dancer Alexandra Maricich

EXPO Profile: Dancer Alexandra Maricich

Alexandra Maricich has a part in Cornish Dance Theater Spring 2014 concert, but her most important role may be in the fight against memory loss.

Of all the arts, none would seem to be more absorbed with youth, grace, beauty, strength, and perfection than dance. It’s all the more poignant, then, the kind of…

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Cornish Spring Productions Play Well at Seattle Center

Cornish Spring Productions Play Well at Seattle Center

Cornish has grown closer to Seattle Center now the Playhouse is part of its campus; the opening of A Midsummer Night’s Dream and Fuente Ovejuna show how far the relationship has come.

Lovers of classic drama are in for a double-barreled treat at Seattle Center this spring. The Cornish Theater Department is opening…

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Cornish Dance Theater Springs Forward

Cornish Dance Theater Springs Forward

The Cornish Dance Theater Spring 2014 Concert features choreography by Iyun Ashani Harrison, Jamie Karlovich, Zoe Scofield, and Deborah Wolf.

Cornish Dance Theater, the performing ensemble of the Dance Department at Cornish College of the Arts, will present its much anticipated spring concert on Friday and Saturday, April 18-19, at Broadway Performance Hall. The…

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EXPO Profile: Violist Seth May-Patterson

EXPO Profile: Violist Seth May-Patterson

BM candidate and professional touring violist Seth May-Patterson performs Bach for his April 18 senior recital.

Everyone has followed Cornish alumna and Grammy nominee Mary Lambert’s successes, including her date on the Tonight Show. As the camera panned over the string section backing Mary up that day in Los Angeles, viewers would have seen…

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