Expressive Arts Project Facilitators Share Activities

The Expressive Arts Project (EAP) at Pikes Peak Community College is dedicated to community building and student success through shared creative experiences. The community anticipates EAP’s seasonal events like the ART Seedlings Festival, typically held in the spring but canceled this year due to campus-wide coronavirus safety measures.  Professor Laura BenAmots is an ART faculty […]

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PPCC & UCCS Professor Translates Russian Book into English

By Devon Martinez | Staff Writer Pavel Kozhevnikov has been teaching a combined Russian Language class with PPCC and UCCS students since 1992. He is also the author of four books written in Russian. Last year, he translated his 2007 release, A Fist Full of Earth, to English after his students, friends, and family requested […]

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Instructor Spotlight: Carina Bissett, on writing

By: Camille Liptak | Staff Writer English Instructor Carina Bissett is a hidden diamond at PPCC. In between teaching CCR 094 and ENG 121, Bissett has forged herself a path in the world of publishing. As a member of Codex, Science Fiction & Fantasy Writers of America, Science Fiction Poetry Association, and the Horror Writers […]

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Stories Wanted! for The QuaranZine

We want to hear from our PPCC community as we navigate this tumultuous spring semester (and beyond?). Our blog aims to document our shared experiences through this time of uncertainty and great change. Please email your blog posts, stories, poetry, visual art, whatever to The QuaranZine editor, Tara Alexander, talexander63@student.cccs.edu or through our arts and […]

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Trash Art Creates Climate Change Call-to-Action

By: Tara Alexander— Staff Writer The Office of Sustainability’s Annual Trash Art Competition is now open! This year’s virtual event asks for climate change solutions and a fresh perspective at yesterday’s throw-aways.  Students, faculty and staff are encouraged to create artwork from reusable materials and raise awareness to climate concerns. Students who participate can win […]

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