ANNOUNCEMENTS

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Living Arts' response to Coronavirus

posted Mar 23, 2020, 6:19 AM by Matthew Kelly   [ updated Mar 23, 2020, 6:38 AM ]

As of today, 3/23/2020, the risk of contracting the coronavirus still remains relatively low, however the State of North Carolina and Wake County has further restricted measures and has declared a heightened state of emergency.


For more details on the President's guidelines or the current CDC guidelines go to www.cdc.gov/COVID-19

Stay tuned to the STOPit app and the college's online dashboard here for changing information as the COVID-19 health crisis evolves. We would like to recommend the following guidelines for students and employees:

1. Students are not permitted in the main campus building at this time. Only staff, faculty and employee guests are permitted at this time. If you are a student and need to speak to someone at the College please call 919-488-8500.

2. Social distancing: Respect a minimum six-foot distance from individuals on campus when interacting with them. Avoid talking or coughing or sneezing in close proximity to anyone. In accordance with President Trump's and NC's measures do not gather more than 10 people at a time, especially in confined spaces. Avoid groups or gatherings at all, if possible.

3. Personal hygiene: Wash your hands regularly for at least 20 seconds. Avoid touching your face, eyes, nose or mouth. Wipe down personal office equipment routinely.

STAY TUNED FOR ONGOING NOTIFICATIONS.


Living Arts' Response to Coronavirus

posted Mar 17, 2020, 5:54 AM by Matthew Kelly   [ updated Mar 17, 2020, 5:59 AM ]

The COVID-19 global health situation is changing all of our daily lives here in North Carolina. The risk of contracting the coronavirus in NC as of today, 3/16/2020, remains relatively low.

However, with President Trump's announced guidelines as of 3/16/2020, and as the days and weeks progress, it will be increasingly important that all of us (symptomatic or asymptomatic) are doing our best to not spread the virus.

For more details on the President's guidelines or the current CDC guidelines go to www.cdc.gov/COVID-19

Stay tuned to the STOPit app and the college's online dashboard here for changing information as the COVID-19 situation evolves. We would like to recommend the following guidelines for students and employees in anticipation of our Resiliency Plan which is being developed right now:

1. Social distancing: In accordance with CDC recommendations under normal circumstance respect a six-foot distance from individuals on campus when interacting with them. Right now, in most circumstances, there is no need to be closer to people than this. Avoid "talking at people's faces". In an emergency, use your own common sense and judgement to make any necessary exceptions.

2. Personal hygiene: Again, in accordance with CDC recommendations wash your hands regularly with soap and warm water and cover your mouth if you sneeze or cough with a tissue. Please DO NOT cough or sneeze onto other individuals, computer equipment or other common desk areas.

3. Personal protection: You may see people either on or off campus in the coming days possibly wearing masks or taking other self-protective measures. Do not be alarmed about this. This can be for a variety of reasons and does not change the need for all of us to be practicing good common sense hygiene.

STAY TUNED FOR ONGOING NOTIFICATIONS.

Even though the risk of infection AT THIS TIME in North Carolina remains very low, by adhering to good practices of social distancing and hygiene RIGHT NOW we will slow the spread of this disease dramatically and keep EVERYONE safe.

Please read the current letter from the President of Living Arts College pertaining to coronavirus.


Winter Weather Update

posted Feb 20, 2020, 10:50 AM by Living Arts College Library and Media Center

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Living Arts College will close today at 4pm because of the snow and severe weather forecast.  An update regarding tomorrow's classes will be announced at 11pm tonight. Please be safe.

-Campus President

Winter Weather Update - 2/20/2020

posted Feb 19, 2020, 9:47 AM by Living Arts College Library and Media Center

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Good afternoon Living Arts College and Living Arts Institute employees and students.  We are aware of the ensuing winter weather forecast of snow for tomorrow, Thursday, February 20th.  This is a broadcast to let you know that we will be making a final announcement regarding any cancellations on tomorrow at 1pm, since the snow is to begin tomorrow afternoon around 1pm in Winston and 4pm in Raleigh.  Please stay tuned.

-Campus President

ATTENTION: HURRICANE DORIAN ANNOUNCEMENT

posted Sep 4, 2019, 5:57 AM by Living Arts College Library and Media Center

As of right now, Living Arts College will hold classes until 12pm today, Wednesday, Sept 4th.  We are asking students to leave campus by 1pm this afternoon. Employees may leave between 3:00pm-5:00pm to prepare for the storms. If you have not already, please download the STOPIt app; this is where all updates regarding the storm will be posted. Thank you, and please exercise caution and be safe during the storm.

New Club - Fine Arts Club (Drawing and Art)

posted Jul 9, 2019, 9:07 AM by Living Arts College Library and Media Center   [ updated Jul 9, 2019, 12:10 PM ]


GSA Meetings

posted Jul 2, 2019, 12:08 PM by Living Arts College Library and Media Center

The GSA will meet bi-weekly this quarter on Tuesdays from 12:00pm-1:00pm in the theater. The first meeting will be held Tuesday July 16th, 2019.

American Red Cross at Living Arts College

posted Oct 25, 2018, 1:55 PM by Living Arts College Library and Media Center

October 24th, 2018

Living Arts College participated in the yearly blood drive with the American Red Cross. Many students were donors this year and gave blood; which helps save lives for people who are in need of blood transfusions.

Inktober: Part II

posted Oct 25, 2018, 1:55 PM by Living Arts College Library and Media Center

October 24th, 2018

Our Instructor Mark Smith has shared some of his Inktober sketches with us:




And graduate Amanda Cronklin also shares her sketch for Inktober:


Graduate Showcase: Rachael Pusateri

posted Oct 25, 2018, 1:54 PM by Living Arts College Library and Media Center

October 24th, 2018

Interactive Media graduate Rachael Pusateri, has opened up her own business at Cameron Village called The Local Squirrel, a clothing boutique that specializes in leisurewear.

http://shopcameronvillage.com/time-to-glow-in-raleigh

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