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November 2, 2023

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Thursday, November 02, 2023

WINTER/SPRING 2024 COLLEGE CONNECTION REGISTRATION

Winter/Spring 2024 College Connection Registration begins a 8:00 am.

9:00 AM - 3:00 PM Punch, Crank, Pop: Katie Applebaum, Linda Fitz Gibbons, & Brian McNamara
Punch, Crank, Pop highlights the powerful, playful, ceramics artists in Norcal who transform items from popular culture and everyday life into unique statements about identity, technology, and unique visions that stretch clay into dazzling new territory.

 Co-curated by ART70 Gallery Productions alumni: Caleb Hovland and Ezra Van Houten
Main Campus
10:00 AM - 2:00 PM Dia de los Muertos Event
In honor of this Dia de los Muertos, the Culture & Community Center, along with the Undocu Center, Native American Center, and Center for Access, Success, and Achievement (CASA), will display a community ofrenda to honor the memories of loved ones who have passed. There will be pan dulce with hot chocolate and different stations to decorate sugar skulls, picture frames, make papel picado and marigold garlands. If you’d like to add a photo to our display, please email pictures to ccc@butte.edu by November 1.

For more information, contact us at ccc@butte.edu.
Main Campus
11:00 AM - 12:15 PM Diversity Speaker Series: Chris Molina
Bring your class or share with your students for "Code Switching: Bringing Your True Self to Every Conversation." Of Puerto Rican and Trinidadian descent, Chris grew up in predominantly African American and Latinx communities. In the Marines and college, he could code switch seamlessly. This workshop is designed to equip students of color and white classmates, staff, and faculty with the tools to understand code switching, its inherent benefits and harms so students can be their authentic selves in the classroom. Join us for a faculty discussion with Chris in the CFE from 1:00 to 1:50 p.m.
Main Campus
11:00 AM - 12:15 PM Diversity Speaker Series: Chris Molina - Code Switching: Bringing Your True Self to Every Conversation
FLEX # 618
Have you ever been asked “Why you talking white?” If so, this workshop is for you. If not, this workshop is for you. Together, we can make more people comfortable w/ authentically expressing themselves.

Chris Molina has heard this question, or some variation, many times in his life. Of Puerto Rican and Trinidadian descent, Chris grew up in predominantly African American and Latinx communities, comfortably interacting in each. What he found as an adult, in the Marines and in college, was that he knew how to effortlessly “speak” in majority-White organizations. He was fluent in each, without even realizing it. He could code switch seamlessly.

This workshop is designed to equip students of color and white classmates, staff, and faculty with the tools to understand Code Switching, it’s inherent benefits and harms. More than anything, Chris wants attendees to know they can talk openly, and genuinely, in all social situations without putting the comfort of others before their own. He wants you to live authentically.

Please click here to watch Chris Molina's 1 minute video invitation to students.
1:00 PM - 1:50 PM Diversity Speaker Series: Faculty Discussion with Chris Molina
FLEX # 615
Opportunity for faculty to discuss code switching with visiting Diversity Speaker Series speaker Chris Molina, including how we can make our classrooms spaces in which our students can be and share their authentic selves.

Please click here to watch Chris Molina's invitation to faculty and staff.
2:00 PM - 4:00 PM Punch, Crank, Pop: Katie Applebaum, Linda Fitz Gibbons, & Brian McNamara
FLEX # 34.3
Punch, Crank, Pop highlights the powerful, playful, ceramics artists in Norcal who transform items from popular culture and everyday life into unique statements about identity, technology, and unique visions that stretch clay into dazzling new territory. 
 
Co-curated by ART70 Gallery Productions alumni:
Caleb Hovland
Ezra Van Houten

Opening Reception w/ Brian McNamara
Wednesday 10/4  2-4pm

Closing Reception w/ Linda Fitz Gibbons
Thursday 11/2  2-4pm
7:00 PM - 9:00 PM Butte College Choir: Echoes of Happiness
Join us for an evening of exceptional choral music as the Butte College Choir, led by Luke Nicolay, presents "Echoes of Happiness." This concert promises to be a delightful celebration of joyful, harmonious voices.

Under the direction of Luke Nicolay and accompanied by Erika Ray, the Butte College Choir will explore a diverse range of emotions through carefully selected songs designed to uplift and resonate with the audience. We're thrilled to welcome special guests, Synergism, directed by Daun Weiss and Mary-Lou Lim. Their unique blend of voices will enhance the overall concert experience, adding a special touch to the evening.

This concert promises to be an enjoyable experience for everyone who attends, offering a chance to witness the beauty of choral music and the power of voices coming together in harmony.

Get your tickets now and join us for "Echoes of Happiness," an evening of beautiful choral music that celebrates the joy of singing.

Main Campus

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