Articles Posted in the " Arts " Category

  • OC Register: Cypress photographers, painters recognized at OC Fair

    Cypress College photography students were successful entrants in this year’s Orange County Fair contest, a fact noted in an August 8 article authored by Anders Howmann of The Orange County Register. Cypress College students Cristina Gutierrez and Crystal Worley took...


  • California Community Foundation Selects Art Faculty’s Devon Tsuno for Prestigious Fellowship

    Devon Tsuno — Cypress College’s 2011 Outstanding Adjunct Faculty member — has been honored with a prestigious his selection with a 2014 California Community Foundation Fellowship for Visual Arts. The fellowship presents $15,000-20,000 to Los Angeles artists to facilitate their...


  • Theater and Dance Department’s Triple Threat Week Opens May 12

    Theater and Dance Department’s Triple Threat Week Opens May 12

    The Cypress College Theater and Dance Department’s Triple Threat Week begins on Monday, May 12. All performances take place in the Theater Building, and admission is $5 per person. In theater vernacular, a triple threat is a person who can sing, dance, and act. Here...


  • Alumnus Peter Brandon to Play at Cypress Community Festival

    The Orange County Breeze reports that Cypress College alumnus, and Chargers baseball champion, Peter Brandon will perform at the Cypress Community Festival this summer. From the publication: Country artist Peter Brandon will be performing live in Cypress on Saturday, July...


  • ‘People in Motion’ Dance Concert May 8-11 in Theater

    People In Motion, Cypress College’s spring-semester dance concert, is on May 8, 9, 10, at 8 p.m., and May 11, at 4 p.m. The performance celebrates the completion of the academic year and showcases the dancers’ skills. People in Motion...


  • Smithsonian Air & Space Museum to Exhibit ‘The Great Picture’

    On Saturday, the Smithsonian opens an exhibit of a Cypress College-inspired, Guinness Book of World Records recognized photograph. The photograph, known as The Great Picture, was created at the former Marine Corps Air Station, El Toro, by turning an abandoned...


  • Huck Finn’s ‘Big River’ Adventure Steams into Campus Theater

    Huck Finn’s ‘Big River’ Adventure Steams into Campus Theater

    Mark Twain’s timeless classic “Big River” sweeps the audience down the mighty Mississippi as the irrepressible Huck Finn helps his friend Jim, a slave, escape to freedom at the mouth of the Ohio River. The adventures of Huck and Jim...


  • @Cypress Newsletter for February 28, 2014

    @Cypress Newsletter for February 28, 2014

    @Cypress — February 28, 2014, Newsletter from Cypress College President Bob Simpson This week’s headlines: Americana Awards a ‘Rousing Success’; Honorees Wow Hoops Crowd     Americana Awards Men of the Year, a pair of NBA record holders and Chargers alums,...


  • Art Faculty Paul Paiement to Exhibit in Europe

    Art Faculty Paul Paiement to Exhibit in Europe

    Art Professor Paul Paiement will exhibit in Europe this year. The first of five European exhibitions of his artwork is at Atahotel (formerly The Center for International Culture) in Milan, Italy, from February 11-March 11, 2014. A catalog of works...


  • Auditions Announced by Theater and Dance Department

    Auditions Announced by Theater and Dance Department

    Cypress College’s Theater and Dance Department has announced its auditions for the spring 2014 semester. The auditions are for the musical “Big River,” the play”Nickel and Dimed,” and the “People in Motion” dance concert. The auditions are: “Big River” (musical)...