Joy Wave rocks Denver in a subterranean green haze last week. PC: Ciara Pack
By Jodie Bomze, reporter and photographer The vibrant red-orange statue of a woman breathes a little life into the PPCC Downtown Campus. Standing just outside the Marie Walsh Sharp Creative Commons, “Breathe”, is a fiery 11-foot-tall sculpture of a woman, who invites all to admire and some to photograph. I photographed …
By Jodie Bomze, reporter PC: Adam Ross, PPCC Photography Student The Super Blue Blood Moon powered the sky on Jan. 31st. The rare lunar phenomenon, a combination of a Blue Moon, a Blood Moon and a Super Moon, has not been seen in America since 1866, according to …
By Karen Kovaly, PPCC Public Relations Coordinator Breathe, a translucent sculpture by Joan Benefiel, moved from Downtown COS to its permanent home outside the Marie Walsh Sharpe Creative Commons at the Downtown Studio Campus last week. Breathe was purchased by the PPCC Foundation with generous support from the Foundation for Colorado Community Colleges as part of the …
PPCC President, Dr. Lance Bolton, sun-gazes during the lunar eclipse on August 21.