Archive for August, 2014
Bring your friends and family to Prince William Sound Community College for the 5th Annual Community Science Night, taking place on Friday, September 12, from 6:00 – 8:30 p.m. Free to the public, this event features hands-on activities and exploration for the whole family.
For more information, call the Whitney Museum at 1-907-834-1690.
The deadline for submissions to present plays in the Play Lab at the 2015 Last Frontier Theatre Conference The deadline for submissions to present plays in the Play Lab at the 2015 Last Frontier Theatre Conference is November 24, 2014. The 23rd annual Conference will take place June 14-20, 2015, in Valdez, Alaska.
Selected plays receive public readings, with both public and private feedback sessions led by theatre professionals. Authors must register for the Conference and be in attendance for their readings.
Accepted writers will also have an additional opportunity to present their work in the 10-Page Play Slam, the Monologue Workshop, and the late-night Fringe Festival.
Authors are asked to submit plays via the conference website using this on-line form on the Play Lab link. Guidelines:
• Plays must be received by November 24, 2014.
• One submission per author.
• Submissions should run between 20 minutes and 2 hours.
• Plays can be of any genre except musical.
• The play should not have received a professional production; readings and amateur productions are acceptable. Authors should be interested in developing this play.
Plays presented at the Conference have gone on to productions throughout Alaska, the rest of the United States, and the world due to the exposure received there. Questions can be addressed to Conference Coordinator, Dawson Moore, at 907-834-1614 or dmoore AT pwscc DOT edu. The 23rd annual Conference will take place June 14-20, 2015, in Valdez, Alaska.
Photo is of Cyrano’s Theatre Company’s production of Dick Reichman’s “The Audition;” pictured are Julia Cossman and Taran Haynes, with Janet Stoneburner and Tiffany Cooper in the background..
It has been a busy year for PWSCC’s Outdoor Leadership Lead Faculty, Dr. D.B. Palmer, from the creation of Alaska’s first adventure film school–where notable instructors include Emmy-award winning director Michael Brown–to being the featured speaker at this year’s Balto Film Festival in Seward, Alaska. The Outdoor Leadership program is making waves both at home and abroad. As the eco tourism industry continues to expand and diversify, a degree in Outdoor Leadership prepares students to take the lead in this dynamic and rewarding field. In the filmmaking business specifically, film companies have increased their spending in Alaska by a factor of 40 in just three years.
It is no surprise, then, that the media would take note. Attached is an article from the Seward Phoenix LOG that illustrates PWSCC’s Outdoor Leadership Program’s integrity and relevancy in the growing film market within Alaska. You can read about our program on pages 1 and 12 of the attached PDF:The Seward Pheonix LOG Vol. 48, No. 51 | August 7, 2014 (3.3 MiB)
Want to get in on the action? Check it out online, or call our Academic Advising team at 1-907-834-1600 to learn about how you can enroll in this exciting program today!