The Lincoln Land Community College James S. Murray Gallery opens the fall season with an exhibit entitled “Additions” by artist and educator Jeff Robinson. The show will run from Aug. 26-Sept. 19 and is open to the public from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. weekdays. The gallery is located on the upper level of Menard Hall on the Springfield campus.
Jeff Robinson, a central Illinois native, earned an MFA degree from Illinois State University in 2011 and has exhibited locally, regionally and nationally at venues in Illinois, Ohio, Massachusetts and New York. His work has been published in “New American Paintings” and “Manifest Gallery’s International Painting Annual.” In addition to his studio practice, he is a full-time instructor of art at the University of Illinois-Springfield and serves as gallery director for the UIS Visual Arts Gallery.
“I think of my works as assembled paintings, but they are perhaps more properly identified as sculptures born of a planar understanding,” said the artist. “There is a lineage of artists that have long established the interconnection between two-dimensional art forms and the material world. I am interested in extending this conversation. I suggest that a world exists between surface and space. My paintings inhabit this world.”
Chef Denise Perry, instructor, Culinary Institute, recently trained Chatham School District cafeteria staff in healthy food preparation techniques in the Workforce Careers Center culinary kitchens, and was quote in this SJ-R story Aug. 17.
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Hummingbirds are enjoying the feeders in the Helen Hamilton outdoor area…be sure to check them out! Tony Rothering, professor of biology, gives kudos to his department for the filling and maintaining of feeders (hummingbird and otherwise).
Tony also notes that fall bird banding season begins Monday, Aug 26 and continues through mid-November in the woods on the north edge of campus. Master bird bander Vern Kleen will be banding from dawn to 11 a.m., Mon.-Fri. and some Saturdays. All are welcome to stop by! A number of biology instructors are bringing classes out for demonstrations at various times throughout the semester.
The Shared Governance Council met July 30 and discussed vacancies on several teams*, the creation of videos to explain Shared Governance to new members, organization of Shared Governance documents on the Portal for all to view, and increased communication about Shared Governance actions.
ClickHEREto read the minutes of the July 30 SGC meeting.
In the NJCAA poll released August 12, Lincoln Land Community College Volleyball is ranked 12th in the nation to start the 2013 season. This is LLCC’s highest preseason rank ever. It comes on the heels of LLCC’s first national tournament appearance last season, and the team’s 33-9 record.
The Loggers’ season begins August 23 at the Florida State-Jacksonville Invitational in Jacksonville, Fl.
In Tuesday’s Voice section of the SJ-R, LLCC students Dustin Kistner and Brett Vincent, along with David Green, dean of business and technologies, were featured in an article about trade and technical careers. Read HERE.