Last year the news of $1 billion dollars worth of stolen historical art kept in Cornelius Gurlitt’s, apartment in Munich, Germany came to light on November 6, 2013. During the spring of 2011 many of the art pieces stolen by the Nazi’s were found due to an investigation by Bavarian tax authorities who broke in Gurlitt’s apartment for a suspected tax evasion.
After enjoying the production of Handel's "Messiah" Sunday evening at the Whitlock Music Center, several students along with the Greenville community made their way over to the Maves Art Center for the Messiah "after party", as some liked to call it. This "after party" was in fact an art exhibit that included a senior exhibition presented by Rebecca Frazier, the Art Department's Annual Art Open House, and even orignal music provided from DJs Pete Snacks and Komono.
As Common Day of Learning quickly approaches, students are provided with countless new learning opportunities in the form of COR 401 senior capstone projects. The theme for this semester’s educational journey is “Cosmos and Creativity”, challenging seniors to explore their creative existence and how it fits into the larger story of God’s creative nature.
I am by no means a master of impersonations; there are only a few of mine that are somewhat passable. That’s why I am thankful everyday for the existence of Sylvester Stallone. There’s no way that the man with the iconic voice and extensive list of film can do even more, right? Wrong. The 67-year-old celebrity recently opened an art exhibit featuring his very own work. Selecting around 30 pieces from the past four decades, the appropriately titled “Sylvester Stallone. Art. 1975-2013” exhibit has opened at The Russian Museum in St. Petersburg. Stallone is serious about his artwork.
The Simple Room, a local youth center, is well into the new school year with a brand new executive staff at the helm. Jamie Harling, a recent GC graduate in Elementary Education, TESL, and Spanish stepped into the position of Executive Director in August. Josh Dees, a current GC student, cross country runner/coach, and Biology instructor, took the Director of Family Relations position in September, while Chad Warner, former Young Adult minister at Greenville First Christian Church, came on as the Community Outreach Director.
Written by Carolyn Fairbanks. Media by Kat Kelley. Saturday cartoons and graphic novels were some of Senior Olivia Snyder’s inspiration for her Original Exhibition, “Marrow.” Her dreams to be a character developer were clear Sunday night at her exhibition’s opening reception