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Thursday, April 12, 2018
Boston-area artists share work that reflects their personal experiences navigating crises, resilience and reconciliation. With Sonia Andujar, Oldren Angel, Janet Cormier, Deta Galloway, David Goldman, Alberto Lozano, Ed Pontes, Hakim Raquib and Roger Sheppard Guest Curator Gloria Carrigg
|Where:||Art Gallery||Host:||BHCC Art Gallery|
|Time:||10 - 11 a.m.||Where:||E235(E225)||Host:||Transfer Services|
|Time:||10 a.m. - 12 p.m.||Where:||C-Lobby||Host:||Transfer Services|
Recommended for majors in Behavioral Sciences, Biology/Biotech, Chemistry, Computer Science, Cyber Security, Engineering, Gaming, General Concentration, Humanities, IT, Math, Networking, Physics, Social Sciences and Sustainability
|Time:||12 - 2 p.m.||Where:||BHCC Gym, G-Building, Charlestown Campus||Host:||Career Services|
Help prepare in-kind donations for babies and families in Greater Boston
|Time:||12:15 - 3 p.m.||Host:||To sign up: bhcc.edu/volunteer-signup|
The focus of this workshop is helping students improve their grades for the current semester. The workshop will help students conduct a self-evaluation to learn how they can improve their study and time management skills, identify useful campus resources, and develop a personal plan for success.
BHCC's Spring 2018 Jazz Celebration presents acclaimed vibraphonist and composer Cecilia Smith with the Ron Savage Trio on Thursday, April 12, 2018, 1-2:15 p.m. in the A300 auditorium. The program will include a special tribute to the legendary composer and pianist Mary Lou Williams. The BHCC student Jazz Ensemble and BHCC Choir will also participate in the program. The event is free and open to the public. Cecilia Smith is a performer, composer, educator and multimedia artist who is based in New York City. She has been a key contributor to the Mary Lou Williams Resurgence Project and has conducted extensive research in the Mary Lou Williams archives housed at the Institute of Jazz Studies at Rutgers University. Ms. Smith has arranged, performed and conducted works by Mary Lou Williams across the country, often involving large choir and instrumental ensembles. As a Berklee College of Music graduate, Ms. Smith has deep connections to Boston. She will be accompanied by the Ron Savage Trio. Mr. Savage, former head of the percussion department and now dean at Berklee College of Music, is a longtime collaborator. Ms. Smith last performed at BHCC twenty years ago. Her return is long overdue! For more information on Cecilia Smith, please visit ceciliasmith.com For information on Mary Lou Williams from the Rutgers University Institute of Jazz Studies, please visit newarkwww.rutgers.edu/ijs/mlw Spring Jazz Fest is free and open to the public.
|Time:||1:00 p.m. - 2:15 p.m.||Where:||A300 Auditorium||Host:||Jazz Fest|
TALKING POLITICS stimulates and supports meaningful conversations on the BHCC campus that raise critical consciousness and inspire community engagement in relation to significant contemporary topics. Through interactive exhibits participants will see, debate and engage with one another on the semester's given topic, all in an effort to continue building upon BHCC's community of learning. In this semester's Talking Politics series, we explore the dynamics of skin color and the structures that maintain white privilege.
|Time:||5 - 6:30 p.m.||Where:||Main Lobby||Host:||Community Engagement|
Help pick and package book requests
|Time:||5:30 - 9 p.m.||Host:||To sign up: bhcc.edu/volunteer-signup|
Join artist and performer Deta Galloway as she shares in spoken word and song the inspiration behind her art making and her deeply personal concept of ‘automatic spaces.'
|Time:||6–8 p.m.||Where:||Mary L. Fifield Gallery and A300 Lounge||Host:||BHCC Art Gallery|