Housatonic Community College Student News
15 Sep

Friday Night Flick: “Actually Iconic: Richard Estes,”

On Friday, September 25th marvel at stunning paintings created by photorealist icon Richard Estes. With unmatched access to the artist and his most important works, the film “Actually Iconic: Richard Estes,” presented online by the Housatonic Museum of Art at 7pm, invites viewers into the world of this celebrated, premier painter of American cityscapes.
21 Sep

Patriot Bank & Housatonic Community College Partner To Help Connecticut Students Build Money Management Skills

For college students on tight budgets, money management is a priority. That’s why Patriot Bank, N.A. has extended its partnership with Housatonic Community College (HCC) and its Foundation to help students become as smart about their money as they are about their studies, through the creation of a new financial literacy website, workshops and educational panels.
18 Sep

A conversation with Felisha Guirand-Fleurimond

Four years ago Felisha Guirand-Fleurimond, Recruitment and Retention Coordinator for our Advanced Manufacturing Technology Center (AMTC), came to Housatonic as a Data and Reporting Specialist on a one-year grant. Since then, she has built a deep appreciation for the field and discovered her passion for working within diverse groups.
30 Sep

Housatonic Community College Launches ‘Housatonic Helps’ Initiative

Housatonic Community College Launches ‘Housatonic Helps’ Initiative
07 Oct

New HMA Exhibit Now Open: Masters of Op Art

An exhibition of artwork by the founders of the Op Art movement is now on view at the Housatonic Museum of Art. The exhibit, entitled “Masters of Op Art,” features 13 dynamic pieces that are each an optical experience of color and form.
02 Oct

FREE Friday Night Flick: “Nothing Changes: Art for Hank’s Sake”

On Friday, October 9th the Housatonic Museum of Art presents the latest film in their FREE Friday Night Flicks online film series: “Nothing Changes: Art for Hank’s Sake.” The documentary chronicles the daily life of Hank Virgona, an 87-year-old artist in New York City who is grappling with aging, change, and capturing the real faces of New York City life.
08 Oct

Housatonic Museum of Art Nominated for 2021 National Medal for Museum and Library Service

The nation’s highest honor for institutions that make significant and exceptional contributions to their communities
13 Oct

FREE Friday Night Flick: “Curious Worlds: The Art and Imagination of David Beck”

On Friday, October 16th the Housatonic Museum of Art presents the latest film in their Friday Night Flicks online film series: “Curious Worlds: The Art and Imagination of David Beck.” This FREE documentary gives us a glimpse into the quirky and nonsensical world of Beck’s famous miniature and kinetic sculpture making, and the mind behind it./h2>
13 Oct

Gateway, Housatonic, Norwalk Community Colleges Ranked Among Top 15 in CT

Making a decision on which college to attend means weighing a lot of factors, and according to a new study by EDsmart, community colleges in our area make the grade. Gateway, Housatonic, and Norwalk Community Colleges all ranked among the top 15 of all of Connecticut’s higher education institutions for affordability and value.
20 Oct

A Triple Bill of Three Short Art-Inspired Films

On Friday, October 23rd the Housatonic Museum of Art will present a triple bill of three fascinating short documentaries as part of their ongoing FREE Friday Night Flicks free online film series.
20 Oct

HCC’s Accelerated Sterile Processing Technician Program Celebrates First Graduating Class

On Wednesday, October 14th Housatonic Community College (HCC) celebrated the graduates of its first-ever accelerated Sterile Processing Technician (SPT) program. Ten former hospitality and service workers whose jobs were displaced by Coronavirus entered the no-cost pilot program last month to quickly retool their skillsets and match in-demand job opportunities in the healthcare field.
21 Oct

HCC’s Advanced Manufacturing Program Builds Support For Students During National Manufacturing Month

October is National Manufacturing Month, and as the home to over 4,400 manufacturers, Connecticut is a center for manufacturing innovation. To help grow the talent pool for this key driver of our state’s economy, Housatonic Community College’s Advanced Manufacturing Technology Center (AMTC) program prepares the next generation of workers with substantial backing from community partners.
26 Oct

Houstaonic Museum of Art Presents New Exhibit on Photorealism

The Housatonic Museum of Art announced today the opening of an exciting new exhibition, “Photorealism: Fixing the Fleeting Moment.” The show features nine images by artists whose work helped define the art movement, including Robert Bechtle, Charles Bell, John Baeder, and Arne Besser.
27 Oct

Free Online Concert Explores Intersection Between Overlooked Composers of African Descent in Europe & Free Black Community of Bridgeport’s Little Libera.

Beginning November 7 featuring a performance by the American Baroque Orchestra in Partnership with Housatonic Museum of Art.
05 Nov

FREE Friday Night Flicks on November 6: “With Dad” and “Summer Spent”

On Friday, November 6th the Housatonic Museum of Art presents the latest films in its FREE Friday Night Flicks online film series: “With Dad” and “Summer Spent.”
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