Upcoming Events

Tuesday, September 23

The World Was Moving, by artist Vicky Tomayko

12:00–1:30pm Meet the Artists/Reception
Higgins Art Gallery

Meet the artists participating in the Higgins Art Gallery exhibit, Printmaking Invitational: Alternative Processes. This exhibit featuring eleven professional artists from Cape Cod, including seven members of Art Synergies, and three members from the arts faculty at CCCC.

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Still from the film: Amarcord

3:30pm Foreign Film Series: Amarcord
Lecture Hall A

Fellini's nostalgic, fantastic and funny reminiscence of growing up in his hometown of Rimini is one of his more personal and most touching films, made, he says, to finish with youth and tenderness.

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Friday, September 26

Publicity shot for the film: What Happened Here: The Untold Story of Addiction on Cape Cod

7:00pm Film: What Happened Here: The Untold Story of Addiction on Cape Cod
Tilden Arts Main Theater

This film was made by Falmouth native Sam Tarplin, and will have its first public screening at the Tilden Arts Center Main Theater. Following the screening, there will be a discussion with the filmmakers.

Admission: $10.00 at the door/free with CCCC ID
Proceeds to benefit the Recovery Scholarship Fund at CCCC

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Tuesday, September 30

Example of a digital photo transfer print

11:00am–1:00pm Digital Photo Transfer Demonstration
11:00am–1:00pm
Higgins Art Gallery

As part of the Printmaking Invitational: Alternative Processes exhibit at the Higgins Art Gallery, Barbara Ford Doyle will be leading a digital photo transfer demonstration. She will discuss the use of a computer, Adobe Photoshop, and inkjet printers for printing on specially coated DASS™ film. She will also demo transfers to mulberry paper, limestone "paper" and have examples of images on metal and transfers coated with encaustic, with remarks about unwanted variables! Barbara will offer suggestions for finishing and presenting work and prepare a list of resources.

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Wordpress logo

1:00–4:00pm Free Wordpress Clinic
Hyannis Center
540 Main Street, Hyannis, MA

Entrepreneurs and small business owners can meet one-on-one for 30 minutes to discuss general questions and learn tips and tricks for creating and maintaining a Wordpress blog or website.

You can schedule a 30-minute meeting with Sheila Crowley, Wordpress trainer and web designer.

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Still from the film: Dangerous Moves

3:30pm Foreign Film Series: Dangerous Moves
Lecture Hall A

This Academy Award winner harkens back to the famous 1972 chess match between Boris Spasky and Bobby Fischer that propelled chess onto the world stage. Akiva is the aging Soviet champion and Pavius a Soviet defector. The mind games and intrigue between the two echo the Cold War raging around them.

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Monday, October 6

Innovation poster

11:00am–12:00pm Innovation Speaker Series
How Thoughts Can Release Abilities Beyond Limits: The Science Behind Placebos and Mindsets
Ozgun Atasoy
Lorusso Solarium

Ozgun Atasoy is a Marketing doctoral candidate at Boston University School of Management specializing in financial decision making and the psychology of deception. He taught undergraduate courses at Boston University (Consumer Behavior), University of Maryland College Park (Microeconomics), and Sabanci University (Macroeconomics). He occasionally writes popular pieces on business and psychology for scientificamerican.com.

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Breads baked by Pain D'Avignon

12:30–1:30pm Innovation Speaker Series
Mario Mariani, General Manager, Pain D'Avignon
Lorusso Solarium

Pain D'Avignon prides itself on being "A different kind of bakery," that respects the tradition and art of making bread. Their standard of excellence is baked into all 200 loaves and pastries prepared daily, and delivered fresh to over 300 restaurants and retail locations in New England, seven days a week. Get a taste for managing this unique bakery and boulangerie-cafe.

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Poetry Slam Jam participant

6:30–8:00pm Poetry Jam Slam
Tilden Arts Studio Theater

Come and hear some of the great talent that CCCC has to offer as students, staff, faculty and local Cape Codders come together for an evening of poetry—spoken word—original and favorites of the readers. Sponsored by the Unity Club.
 

Tuesday, October 7

Innovation poster

11:00am–12:00pm Innovation Speaker Series
Tom Howe, CEO TextGen
Lorusso Solarium

TextGen features automated interactive texting conversations between customers and companies. Through a dedicated telephone number customers can receive instantaneous product information and responses to questions. It also lets businesses collect real time feedback from shoppers and enables information storage.

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Still from the film: Burnt by the Sun

3:30pm Foreign Film Series: Burnt by the Sun
Lecture Hall A

Burnt by the Sun is a wonderfully intimate Chekhovian idyll set in Stalinist Russia which, at its conclusion, packs an explosive political climax. Director Nikita Mikhalkov plays a legendary revolutionary hero living with his family in a dacha outside Moscow. Most of the film's complex relationships are seen through the innocent eyes of Mikhalkov's beautiful daughter.

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Thursday, October 9

Man with laptop using social media icons

1:00–4:00pm Social Media Clinic
Hyannis Center

Come for a free look at using social media, in a Social Media Clinic sponsored by the Massachusetts Small Business Development Center Network.

Tammi Jacobson, WERC Program Coordinator and social media strategist will be available to answer general social media questions, one-on-one for 30 minute sessions, related to Facebook, LinkedIn, Pinterest, Google+, Twitter, Instagram, Basic SEO (Search Engine Optimization), Blogging, and social media time management.

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Tuesday, October 14

Innovation poster

11:00am–12:00pm Innovation Speaker Series
Susan Shepherd, President, Smithers Viscient
Lorusso Solarium

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Still from the film: The Sea Inside

3:30pm Foreign Film Series: The Sea Inside
Lecture Hall A

Burnt by the Sun is a wonderfully intimate Chekhovian idyll set in Stalinist Russia which, at its conclusion, packs an explosive political climax. Director Nikita Mikhalkov plays a legendary revolutionary hero living with his family in a dacha outside Moscow. Most of the film's complex relationships are seen through the innocent eyes of Mikhalkov's beautiful daughter.

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Printmaking Invitational: Alternative Processes
September 8–October 8, 2014

Example from the Printmaking Invitational: Alternative Processes

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