The daily Astorian. (Astoria, Or.) 1961-current, November 23, 2017, Page 12, Image 12

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    NOVEMBER 23, 2017 // 13
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COURTESY CLATSOP COMMUNITY COLLEGE
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You don’t need to zip to come sip.
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92111 Highlife Rd, Warrenton
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Dine with us on
Thanksgiving!
Serving from
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COURTESY CLATSOP COMMUNITY COLLEGE
Basketball
Have a ball at
CCC’s sports festival!
ASTORIA — Join Clatsop Community Col-
lege’s Leadership Class students at the new
Patriot Hall for a charity drive and a week of
intramural athletics.
The festivities kick off Tuesday, Nov. 28,
and continue through Friday, Dec. 1, with
activities each evening from 6 to 8 p.m. All
activities are open to the public, ages 16 and
up (parental guardians must sign a liability
form for participants 16 and 17 years old).
The suggested donation for entry is $2 or
one donated item. The classes will be work-
ing with the local Food Bank, Clatsop Com-
munity Action, the Astoria Warming Center,
and Head Start to collect items (canned food,
clothing — new coats, jeans, underwear,
socks or blankets — or a new toy for a child
ages 3 to 5) to donate. Participants will also
be entered to win prizes in a raffle.
This festival is a combined effort of the
college’s four Leadership classes, providing
students with the opportunity to learn leader-
ship skills and participate in a service-learn-
ing project.
Schedule of activities
• Tuesday, Nov. 28: Dodgeball
• Wednesday, Nov. 29: Basketball
• Thursday, Nov. 30: Indoor Soccer
• Friday, Dec. 1: Capture the Flag
Reservations Required
Learn the ‘busine$$ of art’
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ASTORIA — Art schools, in
general, teach the skills to
develop an artist’s vision or
voice. But rarely do they give
students the tools to establish
stability and prosperity so
they can maintain the liveli-
hood they have trained for.
Coming winter term at
Clatsop Community College
is a 10-week course, “The
Busine$$ of Art.” Registration
begins November 2017.
Held 10 a.m. Saturdays in
Towler Hall, starting Jan. 13,
the class will endow stu-
dents with three major skills:
organization, self-promotion
and how to find reliable sales
opportunities.
The twelve areas cov-
ered are: writing the artist
statement; business cards;
resumes; finding a photogra-
pher; portfolio arrangement;
looking for a gallery, shop or
showroom; applying to shows
and exhibitions; writing the
press release; show display;
studio organization; office
and shipping organization;
preparing for media questions
from the press.
Two or more of these
specific areas are combined
during the course, one day per
week, lasting one and a half
hours each.
Every class has Power-
Point examples, hands-on
activities and valuable contact
information. The workbook
for the course is $30. At the
end of the term, students will
have the tools to organize,
research, promote and display
their work.
“The Busine$$ of Art” is
suitable for 2-D and 3-D visu-
al artists, as well as musicians,
craftspeople and performers.