We’re seeking dedicated/detail-oriented students to join our student staff for Summer Session and the upcoming academic year. Experience in music is preferred, though not required; the successful applicant is responsible for serving our visitors (both within the CC community and the larger El Paso county public); maintaining our materials, and partaking in specific projects that enhance our services and collections.

The typical student works 10 hours per week during the academic year; summer staff may work more hours, depending upon students’ schedules. We are committed to hiring students with work study awards whenever possible; this is not such concern during Summer Session.

Interested? Come by and talk to us in our temporary space, Room 20, in Packard Hall. Or email dstevens@coloradocollege.edu. We’re also available by phone: 719 389-6560. Applications are available in Room 20.

We will be interviewing in Block 8. Appointments may be scheduled soon.

Daryll Stevens
Music Librarian, Clarinet Instructor
Seay Library
Colorado College
14 E. Cache La Poudre
Colorado Springs
719 389-6126

Posted by ddymek@coloradocollege.edu for the April 25, 2019 digest.

Come learn how to use basic stitches to make a patch or how to embroider directly onto up-cycled clothing. No longer just you grandma’s needlepoint, embroidery is making its way back into popular culture. Release your end of the year stress and learn a new skill. We will be focusing on using the creative process s a way to decompress and reflect.
Innovation at CC building | 232 Cache La Poudre | May 2nd | 3:00 pm – 5:00pm.
TO ATTEND RSVP to l_keller@coloradocollege.edu
(15 Spots available)

Posted by akhadka@coloradocollege.edu for the April 25, 2019 digest.

Theatre/Dance 8th block production of “Coriolanus, or Helter-Skelter”
Norberg Studio, Cornerstone Arts Center, Thursday, May 9th @ 7:30, Friday, May 10th @ 7:30 and Sat. May 11th at 3:00pm (matinee) No evening performance (you are welcome Llamapalooza).

A mashup of William Shakespeare and the Beatles, devised by Tom Lindblade and designed by Max Sarkowsky ’20, Gypsy Ames, & Heidi Eckwall.

“Shakespeare’s great tragedy is a meditation on failed political leadership and the senseless violence and corrosion left in its wake. The chaos of Coriolanus’ Rome is reflected in the helter-skelter fall of a dynasty and a society, showing what happens when personal ambition and grievance supplant ethical norms and moral order. A play for our times.”

Tickets available at the Worner Student Desk or at the door.
Free with CC ID, $5.00 general Public

Posted by squinn@coloradocollege.edu for the April 25, 2019 digest.