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October 20, 2017

Cornish College Takes Back The Night

On November 2, Cornish College of the Arts will march as part of the biannual "Take Back The Night." This event is organized by Student Life and led by Kaitlyn Vallance and Grace Carmack. Following information is supplied by Grace Carmack, Administrative Services Coordinator.

On November 2, 2017, at 6:30 p.m. we will gather at Kerry Hall outside of Poncho for 30 minutes...

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April 7, 2017

Cornish Connects With Dance Theatre of Harlem

Theresa Alexander '17, a senior in the Dance Department at Cornish and an intern in the College's Communications Department, traveled with her entire department to the Northwest African American Museum to see its exhibition on Dance Theatre of Harlem. She filed this report, capped by the revelation that the company was co-founded by a Cornish alumnus, Karel Shook.

With Cornish’s Dance Department celebrating its 100th year, the dance students have been reveling...

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March 24, 2017

First-Year Students Share a Novel and an Experience

A new part of matriculating in at Cornish, entering freshmen shared a moving novel as part of the First Year Reads program, then completed the experience on the streets of Seattle's International District.

Cornish is a college where collaboration and working across boundaries is at a premium, so a new pro...

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February 28, 2017

Cornish Student Plays With Seattle Symphony

Cornish College of the Arts student Lily Shababi recently participated in Seattle Symphony’s Music Beyond Borders: Voices from the Seven, a February concert that packed Benaroya Hall and was streamed live around the world. Professor Paul Taub talked to her about the experience and wrote the following article.

When I heard that the Seattle Symphony was looking for musicians of the seven nationalities affected...

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November 21, 2016

Cornish Interior Architecture Students Dive Deep into Design at Friday Harbor Labs

Genevieve Tremblay (Interim Chair, Creative Corridor) and Julie Myers (Chair, Interior Architecture) led a 3-day site visit and design challenge for the junior and senior Cornish Interior Architecture students at Friday Harbor Laboratories, a marine science research and education center on San Juan Island. In Fall of 2016, Cornish announced a new Interior Architecture program, led by founding Chair, Julie Myers. It has been a course of study for many years, but this year will be the first for this degree pathway.

This past summer, Tremblay spent two weeks as a Helen R. Whiteley Center artist/scholar in residence...

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November 18, 2016

Cornish Dancers “Take Flight” This Fall

The Cornish Dance Theater Fall 2016 Concert is coming right up, presenting November 18 and 19 at the Cornish Playhouse at Seattle Center. Junior Theresa Alexander '17 writes on the process of setting Kyle Abraham's "When We Take Flight."

By Theresa Alexander '17 There are moments as a dancer when you realize that the world of dance...

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November 14, 2016

Dwisatria’s Designs Honored By Donghia Foundation

Interior Architecture student Gabriel Dwisatria was awarded a Angelo Donghia Foundation Scholarship, as Cornish College of the Arts becomes one of a handful of colleges to have multiple Donghia recipients.

Article provided by Interior Architecture student Carrie Gerstenberger, who works in Cornish's Commu...

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October 31, 2016

Sophomore Chrysanthemum Binayug’s Gala Remarks

"Cornish first came to me as a safe haven. A place and community where everyone come together for the purpose of self-discovery, accomplishment, and growth. In that building, not a single person was rooting for me to fail." - Theater sophomore Chrysanthemum Binayug

Theater sophomore Chrysanthemum Binayug addressed the Cornish 2016 Gala on October 29. Original...

October 19, 2016

HoloLens Project Highlighted At Seattle Interactive

In 2016, nine student teams at Cornish College of the Arts created pieces for Microsoft’s mixed reality HoloLens headset. Their work was later shown at the Seattle Interactive 2016 conference.

Cornish students and their teachers were asked to present their work with Microsoft's HoloLens at th...

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September 28, 2016

Performance Production’s Schultz Earns Lighting Console for Cornish

Just a sophomore in Cornish's unique, stand-alone Performance Production Department, Rachid Schultz is already getting recognized for his work; part of the recognition has led to the gift to Cornish of a new lighting console.

Performance Production sophomore Rachid Schultz ’19 is concentrating in lighting design at Cornish...