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The Metropolitan Museum of Art Trip

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Saturday April 15 (Leaving at 8:30 am and returning around 5 pm.)
The Met presents over 5,000 years of art from around the world for everyone to experience and enjoy. The Museum lives in three iconic sites in New York City—The Met Fifth Avenue, The Met Breuer, and The Met Cloisters. Millions of people also take part in The Met experience online. Since it was founded in 1870, The Met has always aspired to be more than a treasury of rare and beautiful objects. Every day, art comes alive in the Museum’s galleries and through its exhibitions and events, revealing both new ideas and unexpected connections across time and across cultures.

Ticket price covers transportation to and from SCCC.  The Museum is by donation. 

SCCC students pay $20 and tickets go on sale Friday, February 10.
SCCC staff and faculty, and the community pay $25 and tickets go on sale Monday, March 20.

 Click here to purchase tickets.

 

Black Maria Film Festival

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Black Maria Film Festival
Saturday, February 25
7-9 pm in the PAC
Since 1981, the annual Black Maria Film + Video Festival has taken its name from that of the world’s first motion picture studio built by Thomas Edison in 1893. The festival’s annual competition of short-format, under an hour, videos and film is juried by noted exponents of independent work and results in 40 to 60 works chosen for the festival’s annual tour which visits 65 diverse institutions in 20 states.

Admission is $5 (SCCC students are admitted free with student ID). Tickets can be purchased online and at the Bursar’s Office starting Friday, February 3. Tickets will also be sold at the door.

Certificate in Leadership Development offered

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Sussex County Community College, through Skylands Professional Training, will hold a specially designed seven-course series in Leadership Development.  Through practical, skills-based learning, participants will learn the theories, methods, and techniques to enable them to become more effective leaders.  Students who successfully complete all 7 courses will earn the Certificate in Leadership from Skylands Professional Training. Courses may also be taken individually based upon the students’ interests.

Each course takes place from 10:00 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. and runs on the following dates: February 13, February 27, March 13, March 27, April 10, April 17, and  May 1.

Over the duration of the series classes will cover topics such as, leadership traits, building a leadership profile, case studies of leadership, community building, effective communication, character and ethics, and Path-Goal Theory.

Each class costs $74. All classes take place at Sussex County Community College.  This program is a partnership with Warren County Community College.

Please contact Dawn Smith at 973.300.2316 or email djsmith@sussex.edu for more information.

Comedian, Kerri Louise

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6:30 pm Catered Dinner in Gym, Comedy Show in Performing Arts Center
SCCC Comedy Night with Kerri Louise – Join us for a Great Ladies Comedy Night with Kerri Louise!
Who can turn the world on with her smile? Mary Tyler Moore. But who can turn the world on with her hysterical stories, original humor, and boisterous characters? Kerri Louise. High-energy, commanding and versatile-Kerri Louise can entertain any audience with her warmth and razor-edge wit. This comedy show will be following our Ladies Retreat Event.

Ladies’ Saturday Retreat

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lr-facebook-boost-smSaturday, April 8
from 9 a.m. till 8 p.m.
on the SCCC campus

Ladies’ Saturday Retreat is an opportunity for women of all ages to gather, relax, rejuvenate and get motivated. The day includes a café reception featuring local restaurant food tastings, exciting workshops, vendors, dinner and a comedy show to complete the evening.

Throughout the day, vendors and exhibitors will provide an opportunity to learn about county services and organizations available to woman. They will also have on display an eclectic assortment of wares available for purchase.

All Inclusive Admission
The All Inclusive Admission is the best offer. The day is full of food, fun, and activities for women to enjoy. The full day includes:

  • Morning bagels and coffee
  • Vendor shopping
  • Spa treatments
  • Workshops throughout the day
  • Café reception lunch
  • Dinner
  • Comedy Show
    All for just $85
    Additional packages are available.

The evening show, Comedian Kerri Louise, begins at 8:00 p.m. in the Performing Arts Center. This hilarious comedian is sure to keep the audience laughing until the last joke. Tickets for the show may be purchased separately.

Portions of the proceeds from Ladies’ Saturday Retreat will support scholarships for female students at SCCC.

For additional information please visit sussex.edu/ladiesretreat, call 973-300-2121 or email foundation@sussex.edu.

Nancy Train Smith ‘Cloud of Unknowing’ – SCCC Art Gallery

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nancy-train-smithSussex County Community College is delighted to announce “Cloud of Unknowing”.  An Installation of Paintings will be on view at the Art Gallery in C building. The artist will be present during the Opening Reception on Friday, December 9 from 6:00 – 8:00 p.m. in the SCCC Art Gallery. The exhibit will run from December 9-February 20 and is free and open to the community.

In her commitment to a life of an artist, Nancy Train Smith has three distinct, perhaps converging types of studio practice, ceramics, painting and site-specific sculpture.  She has lived in Massachusetts since 1991 and has used the spectacular landscape of South Dartmouth as inspiration for many of her projects.  The exhibition of paintings is the culmination of an intensive study of landscape of the estuarine coast, where once the artist sought to capture the feeling of being in the landscape rather than simply looking at it, her recent work shows a more symbolic connection to place, using elemental signs such as cloud formation and waterfalls.

Her work has been included in many private and museum collections worldwide.

For more about Nancy Train Smith visit, http://www.nancytrainsmith.com/