Cellphones are quickly becoming the camera of choice when people want to capture and share special moments with family and friends. This evolution inspired the theme of Lone Star College-Kingwood’s first spring art exhibition, “2020/Vision Juried Cellphone Photography Show.” The show will run on Feb. 25-April 4 in the Fine Arts Gallery located in the Administration and Performing Arts Center.
The Lone Star College Dental Assistant Certificate is a fast-track pathway to an exciting career. Dental assistants significantly increase the efficiency of the dentist in the delivery of quality oral health care and are valuable members of the dental care team. Students can earn this credential by attending class three times per week in as little as five months. Day and evening courses are available.
The Lone Star College-Kingwood Visual Communication Department won top awards at the 38th annual American Advertising Federation (AAF) Student Conference and Competition in Houston. Graphic design and visual communication students Keyla Lerma and Josh McElroy earned first and second place awards, respectively, and received a trophy and recognition from the AAF. This feat is the first time that students from two-year institutions were part of the winning teams.
The Lone Star College-Kingwood Fine Art Gallery is currently hosting a group ceramics show. Entitled “Re:Clay+m,” the exhibition is on display until Feb. 7 and will feature pieces from seven artists, Susan Budge, Cory Cryer, Jeff Forster, Zoe Gross, Kay Nguyen, June Woest, and Robby Wood. An opening reception is on Wednesday, Jan. 22 at 12 p.m., and the closing reception is on Friday, Feb. 7 from 5-7 p.m.
Cellphones are quickly becoming the camera of choice when people want to capture and share special moments with family and friends. This evolution inspired the theme of Lone Star College-Kingwood’s first spring art exhibition, “2020/Vision Juried Cellphone Photography Show.” The show will run on Feb. 17-April 2 in the Fine Arts Gallery located in the Administration and Performing Arts Center. The submission deadline is Jan. 15, and there is a $10 flat entry fee.
Every year, thousands of legal permanent residents from around the world dream of becoming United States citizens. To help them achieve their goal, these individuals are invited to attend the Citizenship Forum at Lone Star College-Kingwood on Saturday, Jan. 25. The workshop is from 8 a.m.-2 p.m. in the Student Conference Center (SCC).
Lone Star College offers a variety of programs and courses tailored to fit students’ needs and their busy lives. Instead of taking a traditional 16-week class, students can register for an eight-week class and still learn the full material covered in the full 16-week course. The shorter programs allow students, with limited time, a chance to earn a college education.
Senior adults can expand their social circles and broaden their horizons through the Academy for Lifelong Learning (ALL) at Lone Star College-Kingwood. The program offers a multitude of free and low-cost classes and activities for retired, semi-retired, and working seniors age 50 and older. To learn more, ALL will host Open House events on Jan. 14 at the LSC-Atascocita Center and Jan. 23 at the East Montgomery County Improvement District. Both sessions are from 1-3 p.m.