Artist Spotlight: Kerra Taylor

Ben Johnson | Reporter Fine arts artist Kerra Taylor recently displayed her “The Theatrics of Storytelling” collection at ECC. She describes the work as “large-scale paintings, narratives involving [her] family.” “I’m coming with stories,” Taylor said. “I’m commemorating memories that didn’t actually happen. When I painted this collection, I wanted to feel a sense of … Continue reading Artist Spotlight: Kerra Taylor

ECC Art Gallery Welcomes Local Artists

Alex Hilse | Reporter The Spring 2018 semester has begun, which means the East Central Art Gallery will bring new exhibits for the community to see. “This semester features four group shows, and what's interesting is that the four groups are at quite different stages in their lives,” Jennifer Higerd, East Central College Gallery Coordinator, said. … Continue reading ECC Art Gallery Welcomes Local Artists

The 39 Steps ECC Theater Production

Colleen Narup, Reporter From April 6-9, East Central College Theatre performed their last show of the 2016-2017 season, "The 39 Steps." The play, based on the 1935 film by Alfred Hitchcock, is what theatre department executive Chris Swanson describes as a "'whodunnit?' farce comedy about being at the wrong place at the wrong time." "It … Continue reading The 39 Steps ECC Theater Production

East Central College Music, Theatre and Film & Lecture Series Schedule – Spring 2017

Colleen Narup, Reporter Date & Time Location Voices of Women Friday, Feb. 24 @ 4 p.m. HH105 Eliot Trio Friday, March 3 @ 7:30 p.m. John Edson Anglin Performing Arts Center Equal Means Equal Thursday, March 9 @ 6:30 p.m. TBA Concert Band & Percussion Ensemble Tuesday, March 14 @ 7 p.m. TBA French Masterworks: … Continue reading East Central College Music, Theatre and Film & Lecture Series Schedule – Spring 2017

Right-to-work Divides Missouri Workforce

Jennifer Somers, Photo editor According to the National Right to Work Legal Defense Foundation, 28 states have passed right-to-work legislation, including Florida, Georgia, Kansas, Texas, Kentucky, Arkansas and Michigan. As of Feb. 6, Missouri is the newest addition to the list. The right-to-work bill, also referred to as Senate Bill 19 (SB 19), became law … Continue reading Right-to-work Divides Missouri Workforce