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October 23, 1986

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Page 6 Bellevue Community College Oct. 23, 1986 Arts & Entertainment uh! The Michaei Powers Quintet photo by Brian Humphrey by AnthonyJ. Blikre Advocate staff The Michael Powers Quintet brought their hot and cool jazz to the Student Union Oct.17. In the groups first appeaarance at the College they presented a laid-back yet professional show. The group consists of Keyboardist Curtis Brengle who showed versatility in switching from synthesizer to piano, drummer Jay Maudslien who played with quiet yet effective technique, Douglas Barnett on bass displaying justifiable serf-assurance, vocalist Greta Goehle improvising and proving Scat still lives, and Michael Powers the cohesive factor of the group on his six-string guitar. Although the core of the band has been playing together for about five years, this was Greta's first performances in the quintet. The 3:00 p.m. starting time might have accounted for the sparse crowd of about 20 people. The starting time was chosen by the Student Program Board with input from Student Activities Manager, Ed Oliver because organizers wanted to attract those not familar with jazz and because of complaints from students trying to study during noon concerts. It was students, the majority of whom did not attend, who paid the $300 tab for the concert. A portion of student tuition goes to fund ASBCC sponsored events. Deadline approaches for poetry contest The National College Poetry Contest postmark deadline is Oct. 31, 1986. All entries must be original and unpublished work. Foriegn language poems are welcome. The top five poems will be awarded $100 for first place, $50 for second, $25 for third, $15 for fourth and $10 for fifth. Awards of free printing will be made for all accepted manuscripts published in American Collegiate Poets, a copyrighted anthology. Any student is eligible to submit no more than ten typed, double-spaced, one side of the page only poems. There are no restrictions on form or theme, but length of each poem is limited to 14 lines. Each entry must have a seperate title and students are advised to avoid "Untitled." Each entry must be on a separate sheet and bear the name and address of the student, and name of college attended in the upper left -hand comer. Name and address must appear on envelope. A registration fee of one dollar is required for the first poem and a one dollar fee for each additional poem. Entries will not be returned. Small black and white illustrations may be included with individual poems. Prize winners and all authors awarded free publication will be notified ten days after the deadline and the sponsor will retain first publication rights for accepted work. All fees must be included with entries in the form of cash, check or money order payable to the contest sponsor: International Publications P.O. Box 44044-L Los Angeles, CA 90044 EASTSiDE CYCLERY Featuring Miyata, Trek and ShogunOe eive ?,q.teot eo. bicycles Accessories and clothing, sales e 896 ,.. oO,, and services, v/e ^ v rOOt Meadows Shopping Center Issaquah 392-9602 Just minutes from B.C.C. Mon.-Sat 9:30-7; Sun. noon-5 SUBMIT NOW FOR ARNAZELLA by Molly Curran Advocate staff Arnazella, the College's annual literary/ art magazine, wants student poetry, art, essays, calligraphy, short stories, one act plays, cartoons/comics and black and white photgraphy. Students have from now until Valentine's day to create and submit art work to Amazella. The editors of Amazella request a brief personal biographical sketch to be submitted with art work which can be brought or mailed to: ARNAZELLA - A255 Bellevue Community College 3000 Landerholm Circle S.E. P.O. BOx 92700 Bellevue, WA 98009-2037 For more information, see Carl Waluconis (A255), or call Arts & Humanities, 641 2341. ( allege instructors exhibit art work by Mike Magruder Advocate staff Eight art instructors from the College will exhibit their individual work at Central Washington State University. Their works will be part of a month long exhibit from art faculty of Washington State community colleges, begining Oct.27. According to BOb Purser, chairman.of the Art department, the College's art instructors who have submitted work to CWSU's exhibit are: Carolyn Adams, Lars Husby, Carmen Jackson, Ray Jensen, Christine Reis, John Wesley, Virginia Paquette and Bob Purser. Purser said that each of the College's academic teachers were invited by CWSU to submit one or two of their works for its non-competitive exhibit. Purser estimated that eight to ten works were sent from the college, adding that they varied from pottery to photography. "We have a pretty good showing from here," Purser said. Wesley said that he is excited about the community college faculty show at CWSU. He said that many teachers don't have enough time to piece together a presentation on their own. "The idea that all of us who have a litle bit of work could then get together and do a group show is terrific," he said. Jensen said that he would like to see showing of work done by the faculty around the state become a regular event. Jensen thinks that there is a lot of talent in the faculty of the community colleges and it is a good idea to have a showing of their work. "It's good to see how we as faculty stack up against other faculties around the state," Jensen saicL SPEEDY TYPING SERVICE Specializing in resumes Cover letters & term papers CALL 643-0737 13238 Bellevue Stop hiding... ':.:- ... advertising sales could be your bag The Advocate is looking for some enthusiastic sales people to work with local businesses. No experience is required, because we supply it. You will have the opportunity to increase your sales abilities, as well as your understanding of acl layout and design. 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