“I Am Woman” featuring Missy Burton at Brazos Gallery, Jan. 14-Feb. 8

See the “I Am Woman” exhibit in the Brazos Gallery Jan. 14-Feb. 8. Artist Missy Burton’s powerful photography series tells the story of individual women who are all connected through their womanhood.

According to her website, “The woman is where all human life begins. She is a mother, daughter, sister, niece, aunt, grandmother, wife and matriarch. She is a teacher, student, doctor, lawyer, nurse, artist, athlete and politician. She is a nurturer, yet neglected. She is fearless, yet she is afraid. She is hopeful, yet she is hopeless. She is powerful, yet enslaved. At times she appears superhuman. Her essence is her superpower, and she is the only reason your legacy exists.”

An artist reception will be held from 1-3 p.m. Feb. 5. You can see the exhibit anytime the Brazos Gallery is open, between 10 a.m. and 4 p.m. Monday through Friday.

Learn more about the “I Am Woman” exhibit here. For more information about the Brazos Gallery, click here.


Open Music Auditions, Jan. 9 and 18

Open music auditions for instrumentalists and vocalists new to the Richland College music department will be conducted Jan. 9 and 18 in Fannin Hall. These auditions are open to vocalists and students who play instruments, including the piano, drums, guitar, bass, woodwind, brass, string or other percussion instruments. Instrumentalists: Derrick Logozzo, 972-238-6254 or derricklogozzo@dcccd.edu Vocalists: Continue Reading…


The Richland College Dance Program is Proud to Host Keira Leverton Tap Dance Master Class

Kiera Leverton received her early tap training from her tap teacher Terry Wolter, and her grandfather, Buster Cooper. Later she sought the training of Acia Gray in Austin, Barbara Phillips in San Antonio, and Jay Fagan in Chicago. Much of her exposure to the tap community was through tap festivals such as the Chicago Human Continue Reading…


Reference Librarian Rae DeShong to Speak at the DFW Archives Bazaar, Oct. 14

Reference Librarian Rae DeShong will be the first speaker at the DFW Archives Bazaar, 1-5 p.m. Sunday, Oct. 14, at the Dallas Heritage Village at Old City Park, 1515 S. Harwood St. in Dallas. Rae’s talk, “Locating Research Material for Little Egypt: A Learning Experience,” will discuss the Richland College Library’s role in assisting faculty Continue Reading…


“Printed Nature” Exhibit in Brazos Gallery, Aug. 27-Sept. 21

The Richland College community is invited to “Printed Nature” from Aug. 27-Sept. 21 in the Brazos Gallery. Artist David Van Ness has been working with 3D printing and digital fabrication since 2005 and is fascinated with the medium. Although common in the digital art world, 3D printing and digital fabrication is a relatively new concept Continue Reading…


Richland College Welcomes Guest Choreographer Kaley Jensen

Welcome, Richland College Guest Choreographer Kaley Jensen! Kaley Jensen was born and raised in Atlanta, Georgia. She attended Brigham Young University, where she graduated with a major in dance and minor in business. While there, she performed and toured with the Theatre Ballet Company all four years. Kaley has had the privilege of training on Continue Reading…


Dallas Art Exhibit by Painting Instructor Keith Williams, now through July 27

Richland painting instructor Keith Williams’ art will be showcased in a gallery exhibit now through July 27 at ArtSpace at Metropolitan Press, 1250 Majesty Dr. in Dallas. The exhibit, “Keith Williams: Journey Forward,” showcases Keith’s vivid images and progressive style. An artist reception will take place in the gallery 6-9 p.m. Thurs., July 12.


Richland College Art: 3D Design Installation

The art department’s “3D Design” course at Richland College, focuses on: design, construction, the installation of a large project, and also has other art learning techniques and processes, encompassed within the course (sanding, painting, mounting decisions, etc.). The larger project was installed in the far west hallway of Sabine Hall. This video captures the students’ Continue Reading…