Mineki Murata is an artist based in Maebashi, Gunma, Japan, and continues to participate in international exhibitions and art festivals in Taiwan, Germany, Singapore, Ireland and France since 2007. His work covers a diverse range of expression including installation, paintings, drawings, videos or digital images, as well as conducts workshops. The subject matters or the approaches taken in those works originally derived from his performance works. His art practice consisted with two parts: Guerilla performance which make an impact on the viewers by presenting the un-verbalized physical sensation through the overuse of his own body and muscles, and the installations created as the results of those performances. By involving himself with various elements found in a place for many hours, his act metamorphoses the quality of its space. Murata is a member of Tokyo based art collective, called Ongoing Collective that participate and organize local and international exhibitions, symposiums, residency programs and other art related events. Ongoing Collective’s aim is to form a flexible and free thinking, organic organization, connected through interpersonal relationships, not by mechanistic functions or formal regulations. Website: http://mineki-murata.com/
Both men & women's Chargers volleyball teams will open up the season on Friday, October 11 as they take on their Island rivals, the Vancouver Island University Mariners at PISE for the home openers.Friday, October 11: Camosun hosts VIUWomen 6pm; Men 8pm • Watch Live via CAM WebcastSaturday, October 12: VIU hosts CamosunWomen 5pm; Men 7pm • Watch Live via VIU WebcastView the full 2019-20 Chargers schedule.Check out the season preview for both teams: Camosun Chargers women’s volleyball team sets up for exciting new season PACWEST men’s volleyball powerhouses—Camosun and VIU—to face off in Friday’s season opener
Please note: Both Camosun campuses will be closed on Monday, October 14 for Thanksgiving.For a full list of college closures, please consult the Important Dates.
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On Thursday, October 17, 2019 at 10:17am, Camosun will participate in the provincially coordinated ShakeOut earthquake exercise. Students, staff and faculty at both campuses will be alerted to Drop, Cover and Hold-On, evacuate buildings and go to a designated Emergency Assembly Point. Read more
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We invite you to an hour-long session with faculty and staff to find out more about our programs in the Centre for Sport & Exercise Education (CSEE). Our session includes a PowerPoint presentation and a question and answer period afterwards.When: Third Thursday of every month (September - May) Time: 6:00 - 7:00 pmWhere: Room 329A, PISE building, Interurban Campus, Camosun College - 4371 Interurban Rd.
Learn more about Camosun's technology and engineering programs, including two new options starting this fall: Electrical Engineering Technology, and Interactive Media Developer.Visit camosun.ca/learn/infosessions/tt/#tech for details.
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As a Health Care Assistant, you'll be given the opportunity to develop the knowledge, skills and attitudes necessary to function effectively as a front-line care-giver and respected member of the health care team in both community and facility settings.
Pit Cook Demonstration - October 25Each year at Lansdowne campus, bright blue star-like camas flowers spatter the Garry oak meadow. Every year the Centre for Indigenous Education & Community Connections (IECC), in partnership with Songhees Nation, hosts a pit cook to demonstrate how the Nations of this region use a fire-pit to cook the camas bulb between layers of locally harvested plants such as sword fern, salal or skunk cabbage. The pit cook demonstrates and promotes the traditional use of the camas, helps keep the teachings, and shows the younger people the traditional ways.The camas harvest and pit cook "is part of who we are," says Cheryl Bryce (Songhees). "It helps with reinstating traditional First Nation roles, restoring the environment and ecosystem, and connecting with homelands."IECC Activities and Events