This Tuesday March 5th, 7pm, Kathryn Mohrman Theatre, Armstrong Hall

Chella Man is a 20-year-old, deaf, genderqueer, queer artist currently transitioning on testosterone. He is studying virtual reality programming at The New School in New York City, while creating art on the side. His main focus is to educate others on issues regarding being queer and disabled within a safe space.

Sponsored by the Art Department Conway Family Design Fund, the President’s Office, Innovation at CC, Accessibility Resources, the Wellness Resource Center and Feminist and Gender Studies

Colorado College welcomes participants with disabilities. Please contact Jan Edwards, 719-227-8294 or by email at to request accommodations. Advance notice may be necessary to arrange for some accessibility needs.

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Landscape Architecture at the Harvard Grad School of Design

Polly Sinclair CC ’12: Layers of Complexity in Landscape Architecture

Wednesday March 6th, 4:30 PM, Cornerstone Screening Room 131

Polly Sinclair, Art History major ’12, held an internship at the Trust for Public Land in New York sponsored by the Conway Family Design Fund of the Art Department. She will discuss her internship, her current studies at Harvard’s Graduate School of Design and her experiences since graduation.

Come find out more about careers in architecture and the professional opportunities of a recent graduate!…

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7 pm Thursday, March 7th, Cornerstone Screening Room 131

Join keynote speaker, Germane Barnes, architect and designer, for a talk, “Don’t Save Them: Architectural Heroes.” Germane Barnes is the designer-in-residence for the Opa Locka Community Development Corporation and a Senior Lecturer in the School of Architecture at the University of Miami. He will be delivering the Keynote Lecture for Colorado College Design Week 2019.…

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Interested in getting involved in Design and Architecture at CC?

Information Session:

Friday, March 08, 12:15-3 PM

Visual Resources Center, Packard Hall, Room 124

Come find out about the Art Department’s Integrated Design and Architecture (IDA) track. Meet current IDA majors and find out ways to get involved in design programs at CC.

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AH 200 – Topics in Art History: Turn of the Century Art of London, Paris & Vienna

Artistic and related intellectual, social and cultural developments in three important capitals of Europe circa 1880-1910. We will investigate the impact on art of this age of uncertainty and transition from traditional to modernist points of view, following themes of degeneration and decadence, anxiety and the inner life, and the preoccupation with sexuality, especially androgyny and the fatal woman. The class will examine a number of artists in depth, including Toulouse-Lautrec and Redon in Paris; Klimt and Schiele in Vienna; Burne-Jones and Beardsley in London. We will consider their work in relation to Freud, Schopenhauer, and Oscar Wilde, among others, as well as their repudiation of Victorian morals.

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Outdoor Education is hosting a CPR & First Aid course 3rd Saturday @ 5pm!

WHEN 3rd Saturday, March 9th – 5pm to 9pm
WHERE Outdoor Education Center
WHY Great Skill! Needed for Most Jobs (and leading NSO)!
HOW Sign Up on SUMMIT – $55


Email if you have any questions

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“Mr. Gay Syria” (2017)

Ayse Toprak

Monday, Mar. 4, 12:45 pm. Cornerstone Screening Room.

Screening and discussion (by Skype) with director Ayse Toprak, moderated by Baran Germen

“Mr. Gay Syria,” which had its world premiere at the Sheffield Doc/Fest and has won numerous awards, follows two gay Syrian refugees who are trying to rebuild their lives. Husein is a barber in Istanbul living a double life between his conservative family and his gay identity. Mahmoud is the founder of Syria’s LGBTI movement and is a refugee in Berlin. What brings them together is a dream: to participate in an international beauty contest as an escape from their trapped lives and an answer to their invisibility.

Ayse Toprak is a native of Turkey who studied at New York University and worked around the world for 15 years before returning to her homeland. In addition to many other honors, she has been a Berlinale Talent Fellow. Baran Germen is Visiting Assistant Professor in Film and Media Studies.

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Philosophy 205:


Block 2, Jonathan Lee & Dennis McEnnerney – taught in Paris

Apply now for “French Philosophy in Context: 1930 to the Present,” a block 2 course offered next fall IN PARIS by Jonathan Lee and Dennis McEnnerney, by completing this Qualtrics application form:

This course explores the development of French philosophy from the interwar period to the present. Using the city of Paris as its context, the course examines how dramatic social and political challenges influenced the paths of French philosophical reflection, moving thinkers to question the foundations of knowledge, morals, and politics, leading ultimately to what might be called a “decentered” cosmopolitanism.

Live in one of the best, liveliest neighborhoods of Paris, and study philosophy where it happened and is happening! With field trips to relevant sites in Paris and class visits by contemporary French philosophers.

The program fee will be $3850. Airfare and most meals not included.

Financial aid available for students with demonstrable need who applied for aid on Summit by March 1st. If you did not apply on the 1st, there remains some possibility of receiving aid, if you apply now.

Enrollment is limited and by consent of instructors only. Consequently, all interested student must apply in order to to be eligible to enroll.

Questions? Contact Jonathan Lee ( Dennis McEnnerney (

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Monday, March 4th
1 PM in Cossitt North Studio
With Esther Baker-Tarpaga, A Performance Artist, Choreographer, & Educator who makes site-specific performances and choreographies focused on environmental and racial justice.
In the workshop, we will practice active listening. We will sit, walk, talk, dance, and speak. We will listen to the environment, stories of family lineages, and practice self-care.

Sponsored by the Colorado College Department of Theatre and Dance

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