Greenfield Community College

Greenfield Community College

Events

Frederick Douglass: A Mission to Create Images of Freedom and Dignity GCC event

Frederick Douglass: A Mission to Create Images of Freedom and Dignity

Thursday February 22 – 12:30pm

C208 Community Room

An examination of the emerging role that photography played in helping create support and respect for Frederick Douglass and the anti-slavery movement.

Lisa Brooks: Our Beloved Kin GCC event

Lisa Brooks: Our Beloved Kin

Thursday February 22 – 7:00pm

Stinchfield Lecture Hall

Author Lisa Brooks lectures from her book Our Beloved Kin: A New History of King Philip’s War. “In her magisterial and momentous account of ‘King Philip’s War,’ Lisa Brooks imaginatively exposes not only the complex brutalities of colonialism, but also the brilliant strategies of Native resistance and adaptation.” — Tiya Miles, author of The Dawn of Detroit: A Chronicle of Slavery and Freedom in the City of the Straits. Free and open to the public. 5pm book signing at World Eye Books in Greenfield.

Art Club GCC event

Art Club

Monday February 26 – 12:00pm

S113

The Art Club holds print making sessions open to everyone in the GCC community and beyond, regardless of experience. Please join us!

#MeToo Workshop: Telling Your Story GCC event

#MeToo Workshop: Telling Your Story

Tuesday February 27 – 1:00pm

C307 Macleish Room

Maya Angelou said, “There is no greater agony than bearing an untold story inside you.” Gather together in a safe, generative storytelling workshop to speak and write your own #MeToo story and experiences. We will not only focus on the stories themselves but on how telling our stories frees us, to some degree, of the hold they have on us, and how, in unison, they can create community and change. Participants who are willing can share their stories beyond the workshop in Plum, GCC’s online literary journal.

International Students Club GCC event

International Students Club

Wednesday February 28 – 12:00pm

N332

This campus club sponsors social, educational, and cultural events in order for international students to meet each other as well as other GCC students. Open to all students!

Student International Travel Award Drop-In Q & A Session GCC event

Student International Travel Award Drop-In Q & A Session

Wednesday February 28 – 12:30pm

N225

Learn more about the opportunity to study French or Spanish abroad this summer! Awards of up to $2200 will fund 2-3 weeks of language and culture study in France, Canada, Costa Rica, Mexico, Guatemala or Puerto Rico. Application deadline is March 15; join us to find out how to apply. More info at gcc.mass.edu/world-languages.

Student International Travel Award Drop-In Q & A Session GCC event

Student International Travel Award Drop-In Q & A Session

Thursday March 1 – 10:30am

N225

Learn more about the opportunity to study French or Spanish abroad this summer! Awards of up to $2200 will fund 2-3 weeks of language and culture study in France, Canada, Costa Rica, Mexico, Guatemala or Puerto Rico. Application deadline is March 15; join us to find out how to apply. More info at gcc.mass.edu/world-languages.

Food for Change GCC event

Food for Change

Wednesday March 7 – 12:00pm

C201 President’s Conference Room

Film screening and Q&A with writer and director Steve Alves. Food For Change is a documentary film focusing on food co-ops as a force for dynamic social and economic change in American culture. This is the first film to examine the important historical role played by food co-ops, their pioneering quest for organic foods, and their current efforts to create regional food systems. Additionally, the film shows how cooperatives today strengthen local economies and build food security. The goal is to educate a wide audience about the principles of cooperation with a focus on healthy food and a healthy economy.

International Students Club GCC event

International Students Club

Wednesday March 7 – 12:00pm

N332

This campus club sponsors social, educational, and cultural events in order for international students to meet each other as well as other GCC students. Open to all students!

Spring Theater Auditions: Locally Grown GCC event

Spring Theater Auditions: Locally Grown

Wednesday March 7 – 4:00pm

Sloan Theater

Auditions for this spring’s student-directed LOCALLY GROWN are open to everyone—no experience necessary!

This year’s picks are:

  • “The Traitor” by Carl Erikson
  • “Have You Seen Charlie” by Stephanie Carlson
  • “Another God Play Involving Plywood” by Simon Walsh

Spring Theater Auditions: Locally Grown GCC event

Spring Theater Auditions: Locally Grown

Thursday March 8 – 4:00pm

Sloan Theater

Auditions for this spring’s student-directed LOCALLY GROWN are open to everyone—no experience necessary!

This year’s picks are:

  • “The Traitor” by Carl Erikson
  • “Have You Seen Charlie” by Stephanie Carlson
  • “Another God Play Involving Plywood” by Simon Walsh

Art Club GCC event

Art Club

Monday March 12 – 12:00pm

S113

The Art Club holds print making sessions open to everyone in the GCC community and beyond, regardless of experience. Please join us!

International Students Club GCC event

International Students Club

Wednesday March 14 – 12:00pm

N332

This campus club sponsors social, educational, and cultural events in order for international students to meet each other as well as other GCC students. Open to all students!

International Students Club GCC event

International Students Club

Wednesday March 28 – 12:00pm

N332

This campus club sponsors social, educational, and cultural events in order for international students to meet each other as well as other GCC students. Open to all students!

Art Club GCC event

Art Club

Monday April 2 – 12:00pm

S113

The Art Club holds print making sessions open to everyone in the GCC community and beyond, regardless of experience. Please join us!