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Two arts beat as one ‘F*ck Art’ presents erotica with humor Oscar winner and PCC alumnus disinvited to Spring Commencement ceremony Jewelry program offers opportunities to all
 

Two arts beat as one

Twins Krystal “Tree” Herrera and Karen Joyce Herrera are PCC students with a twin purpose: to make art a key to their communication with the world.

‘The Marriage of Figaro’ proves opera is not dead

“I am here today to tell you that opera is not dead,” director Anne Marie Ketchum de la Vega said before Saturday’s performance of the comic opera “The Marriage of Figaro.”

‘F*ck Art’ presents erotica with humor

From subtle and unassuming to salacious and lewd, erotic art is often regarded as awkward or abrasive. But in his new exhibition entitled “F*ck Art,” Tony Wong addresses the uncomfortable art form in a new way: with humor.

Oscar winner and PCC alumnus disinvited to Spring Commencement ceremony

After being placed atop a Board approved short list of potential commencement speakers earlier this semester, the college decided against selecting Oscar winning screenwriter and PCC alumnus Dustin Lance Black

Jewelry program offers opportunities to all

PCC offers a series of jewelry and metal fabrication classes that allow students to express their creative side through various projects, all due in part to Kay Yee, a 32-year veteran of the program.

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