Mendocino College to celebrate 11th annual Día de los Muertos

Mendocino College is thrilled to extend a warm invitation to the entire community for our 11th Annual Día de los Muertos celebration. This vibrant event will take place on Wednesday, Oct.  25, from 4 to 8 p.m. at Pomo Plaza, on the Ukiah campus.

The heart of the celebration lies in the beautifully crafted altars, lovingly prepared by Mendocino College students, staff, and community members. These altars will be assembled beginning on Friday, Oct. 20, and will be open until Oct. 27 at the Mendocino College Lowery Student Center.

Mendocino College donates food as part of the Giving Tuesday program

You’ve no doubt heard of Black Friday and Cyber Monday. What about Giving Tuesday? After the initial consumer spending rush of the holiday season is over, many people are moved to pause their deal hunting to do some good. And that’s where Giving Tuesday comes in, a global generosity movement to inspire people to donate to the charities they believe in. And while there are many opportunities to donate to large, international organizations on Giving Tuesday, the local nonprofits in your own community would also welcome your support.

Printmaking classes return to Mendocino College

After a three-year hiatus, printmaking is again being offered at the Mendocino College Ukiah Campus.

The Fall semester welcomed the first group of printmaking students back to the school and marked the maiden voyage of a brand-new printing press. The heavy-duty Takach press allows for large prints, and cuts down on wait time for students. The studio also has two small presses, great for beginning students.

First Person: Explorations in Printmaking’ opens at Mendocino College Gallery

The new Gallery Director at Mendocino College Gallery, Jazzminh Moore, brings her breadth of art world experience to Ukiah with an ambitious selection of artists in her inaugural curated exhibition, “First Person: Explorations in Printmaking” on view Nov. 7 – Feb. 5.

With an exciting mix of 11 local, national and international artists, “Explorations” speaks to both the content and processes by which these diverse artists come to make their work.

The Mendocino College Repertory Dance Company Fall 2023 performance, Contours & Rhythms

Mendocino College Repertory Dance Company presents Contours & Rhythms, a captivating performance of contemporary and traditional dance, West African dance forms, Ballet, Galician dances, and regional Ballet Folklorico Jalisco dance. Under the direction of Eryn Schon-Brunner, dancers will bring to life new choreographic works by local and nationally esteemed choreographers: Jessie Beck, Rocio Ramos, Eryn Schon-Brunner, Adrienne Simpson, and Kirsten Turner.

First Person: Explorations in Printmaking exhibit opens at Mendocino College Gallery

First Person: Explorations in Printmaking exhibit opens at Mendocino College Gallery

 

Mendocino College Gallery is pleased to present ‘First Person: Explorations in Printmaking’, curated by Jazzminh Moore. This exhibition will be on view November 7th - February 5th with an opening reception on Thursday, November 9th, 4 – 6 PM. 

 

Full Circle: Wesley Wright Sculpture" Exhibition to Debut with Reception

UKIAH, CA — The Mendocino College Art Gallery is thrilled to announce the highly anticipated exhibition opening of "Full Circle: Wesley Wright Sculpture." The opening reception is scheduled for Thursday, September 28th, from 4:00 pm to 6:00 pm at the Mendocino College Art Gallery. This event is open to all art enthusiasts and members of the community, and we invite you to join us.

Mendocino College Receives $1.5 Million to Continue Supporting Native American Student Success

Ukiah, CA – Mendocino College is thrilled to announce that it has received a prestigious five-year, $1.5 million grant from the California Community College system. This generous funding, which begins in June, will enable the college to continue providing vital resources, support, and services specifically tailored to Native American students. Mendocino College is one of only 20 institutions selected to receive funding for the establishment of a Native American Student Success & Support Program.

Mendocino College achieves highest percentage of Native American students in California Community College System

Mendocino College achieves highest percentage of Native American students in California Community College System

Mendocino College is thrilled to announce that it has attained the notable distinction of having the highest percentage of Native American students among all California Community Colleges. This achievement underscores the college’s dedication to promoting diversity and inclusivity.