Register now for the Digital Photography Course taught by Kellee Hardage. Participants will be introduced to the fundamentals of digital photography. Students will learn camera features, how to transfer images to storage media, image composition and Photoshop manipulation of digital photographs. Deadline to register is Friday, February 22nd or until class is full.
In this Decorative Painting Class, taught by Bobbi Reeder, participants will learn how to prepare different surfaces for painting, proper brush care, shading and highlighting techniques, and how to properly finish your surface. The class will meet on Mondays, February 4th-25th, 6:00-8:00 p.m. Deadline for registration is February 1st.
Join us as we put a new twist on an original quilting pattern that was printed by the Mountain Mist Batting Company in the 1930′s.
(Photo by Shirley Nakao, courtesy of the Korematsu Institute) BRTC will host a special event focusing on the World War II Japanese American camps in southeast Arkansas in recognition of ‘Fred Korematsu Day’ on Wednesday, January 30. The event, which is open to the public, will be held from 12:30 to 2 p.m. in the […]
Audrey Skaggs, science instructor at BRTC, was awarded “Distinguished Alumnus” for the Clinical Laboratory Science department at Arkansas State University during a ceremony held this past October. She was one of five distinguished alumni from the College of Nursing and Health Professions at ASU honored for their professional achievements in their specific department. Skaggs was […]
The 7th Annual BRTC Foundation Gala will be held this year at Rolling Hills Country Club. In addition to the change of venue, according to Ann Savage, Director of Marketing and PR and this year’s Gala Chair, the March 9 event will take place on a Saturday evening instead of the usual weekday evening. “We […]
Black River Technical College in collaboration with the Eddie Mae Herron Center will present Ain’t I a Woman! Monday, February 25, 7:00 p.m., in the Randolph County Development Center in Pocahontas. Ain’t I a Woman! combines vocal and chamber music to celebrate the life and times of four powerful African American Women: Zora Neale Hurston […]
Inside this Issue: Ain’t I a Woman! Scheduled for February 25, BRTC Gala to be Held at Rolling Hills, BRTC Announces New Staff and Position Change, Haskin’s Earns Bachelor’s Degree, Skaggs Awarded Distinguished Alumnus Honor at ASU, Film Preview to Highlight Special Observance, TOP Developed to Assist Students in Transition to College, From the President’s […]