Schools closing physical locations causes all sorts of problems, and access to online classes only works if students already have those resources. We at ARC know not everyone does. I've been compiling and researching what is available to our students and this is what I've got so far. I've sent all my classes this information,... Continue Reading →
MELISSA UROFF: ALTERNATIVE PROCESSES, MY ART AND CHALLENGES OF BEING AN ARTIST Thursday, February 20, 2020, 7:00pm- 9:00pm All students and Viewpoint members are invited to attend the Viewpoint Center's first lecture in our Spring 2020 Student Lecture Series. These free lectures are designed for college and high school students and will be held at... Continue Reading →
Different Departments at ARC have all collaborated to bring to you 10 fun, engaging and stress free environment for the ARC students called Finals Fest 2019. It looks like a lot of fun stuff! But at the bottom of the poster don't forget the Study Sessions sponsored by TRiO SSS Stem.
Josie Iselin has published a new book of photography, beautiful compositions of seaweed and kelp that live off the Pacific Coast. Josie will describe her path as an artist inot the science of seaweed, and share personal stories as well as some of the science behind her project. I'll be giving extra credit to my... Continue Reading →
There's a whole mess of campus events going in the next week, so instead of having nothing but posts about them, I decided to list all that I know of right here! Skim around to see if there's anything you are interested in. I'll have more info about the career fair stuff, too. We have... Continue Reading →
This is Undocumented Student Week of Action at Los Rios! There are multiple events to go to, and I'll have them listed in this attached flyer, but there's one that almost everyone could make since it's on a Friday evening... Alianza, Association of Raza Educators and The Los Rios College Federation of Teachers (LRCFT) are... Continue Reading →
Tuesday Oct 15th from 3-5 there's a workshop called Cash-for-College on campus in the Financial Aid lab. (there's a repeat at Natomas N201 on Oct 22nd 4-6 if you can't make this one). I've attached the flyer for more info!
STUDENT PHOTOGRAPHY PROGRAM FALL 2019- SPRING 2020 STUDENT LECTURES 7:00-9:00 P.M. This is a great opportunity for any photography students in Sacramento, and I highly encourage my students to attend and plug them all into your calendars! All students are invited to attend Viewpoint’s Student Lecture Series. These free lectures are for college and high... Continue Reading →
NEW SCHOLARSHIPS FOR VIEWPOINT WORKSHOPS New to the Viewpoint Student Program is a Workshop Scholarship Fund which provides 20 free half-day workshops held at Viewpoint for full time college students with a photography major. This new fund has been generously provided to Viewpoint through a private family contribution. The fund will be reviewed annually for... Continue Reading →