April 26-30th is Black Student Success Week at ARC. There's a webinar series you can sign up for called The Black Hour, 12-1pm and is open to everyone. You can also find some great resources by using #TheBlackHour or #BlackStudentSuccess on instagram and twitter.
Last year I lectured on this artist to my Documentary class, and I'm very excited to announce that Matika Wilber (Swinomish/Tulalip) will be presenting an artist lecture on her photographic series called Project 562: Changing the way we see Native America. I have a link to her website below: http://www.project562.com The ARC Native American Resource... Continue Reading →
CALLING ALL DESIGNERS! Design an inspirational mask for 2021.Support design students and safety protocols! Your design can be an image, graphic or call out that inspires others and communicates a message. Take your vision and let your creativity run wild! Using the form below, submit your design under one of the following categories: Students or Pros... Continue Reading →
I found this article from Design You Trust while surfing photo contests. Drone photography used to be grainy images or super expensive machines, and now they are commonplace enough we have whole photo awards for them! Most people don't know but we have drone photography classes at ARC. A drone photographer has to have passed... Continue Reading →
This year, the American River College Student Art Show will be completely online, to accommodate social distancing under the recent California quarantine order. We look forward to seeing what you have been creating and hope that you will consider submitting to this free student contest. Any questions about this contest can be directed to email@example.com.... Continue Reading →
The deadline to submit work to the ARC art/writing magazine published each year has been extended to this Friday! The American River Review has won national awards almost every year, even beating out Yale or Harvard, so it's a really prestigious magazine. You can find the last publication at the Bookstore and the library, I... Continue Reading →