On vacation!

June 15, 2007

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Our blog goes on vacation today!  Please don’t foget us!   We’ll be back with exciting news and new blog posts in September.  Have fun this summer.


WuFoo fun!

June 11, 2007

Just finished playing with a nifty little application that helps you create online forms, Wufoo!  This is a really easy to use tool for putting together forms in different formats such as single line text, multiple choice, checkboxes, drop down menus, etc. Free registration allows you to create up to three forms for 100 user/participant entries per month and to receive up to three reports for your collected data.  Payed upgrades give you access to more options. 

So, check WooFoo next time you plan to build a survey, put together a workshop registration form, a wedding invitation, or even an inventory of your music or DVD collection!


Call to Artists!

June 7, 2007

  

The Spirit of our Northwest Forests
Submission deadline: Wed, Aug 15, 2007

An Art Exhibition to honor the COCC Forestry Program with art creations focusing on the beauty of wood, wildlife and water within the forest environment.  Open to all artists. Juror will be, Ken Roth, for entry into the exhibition. No fees, no awards, but one piece of artwork from the entire exhibition will be chosen for the exhibition poster.  Submit only original work completed within the last five years. Oil, watercolor, acrylic or pastel paintings; pencil, graphite, charcoal or ink drawings; photography; glass; jewelry; print making; mixed media collage; fiber arts; ceramics; sculpture, wood or bronze; and wooden furniture, doors or boats are all accepted mediums. Artists may submit up to two pieces.

For application, rules or more information please call Cheri Lee Helfenstein (541) 383-7564.  Applications are also available online.  http://campuslibrary.cocc.edu/spiritapplication/


A new twist on some old art.

June 4, 2007

Here’s a little video making the rounds that is well worth three minutes of your time. What a great new way to display some very old (or should I say classic?) paintings!

Of course we also have a fantastic collection of art books if you’d like to learn a little more about some of the intriguing faces in the video.