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Orange Coast College will hold its annual World Dance Celebration on Friday, May 20 at 7:30 p.m. in the Robert B. Moore Theatre. This year’s showcase will showcase the OCC dance department’s cultural diversity, with performances featuring dance, music, costumes and storytelling from around the world. “This is an opportunity …continue reading

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The OCC Symphony and the OCC Chamber Singers, joined by members of the Long Beach Chorale, join forces to present their first full-scale live concert since the COVID shutdown. The program includes three works by classical masters: Mozart’s Overture to “Idomeneo,” Beethoven’s sparkling Symphony No. 1, and Franz Joseph Haydn’s …continue reading

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Rebecca Campbell: Painting Feminine Power An ambitious exhibition that focuses on a significant motif in Rebecca Campbell’s paintings – the agency she gives young and adult women – will be on display at Orange Coast College’s Frank M. Doyle Arts Pavilion from Feb. 15 until March 24. Titled “Rebecca Campbell: …continue reading

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Rebecca Campbell: Painting Feminine Power An ambitious exhibition that focuses on a significant motif in Rebecca Campbell’s paintings – the agency she gives young and adult women – will be on display at Orange Coast College’s Frank M. Doyle Arts Pavilion from Feb. 15 until March 24. Titled “Rebecca Campbell: …continue reading

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Rebecca Campbell: Painting Feminine Power An ambitious exhibition that focuses on a significant motif in Rebecca Campbell’s paintings – the agency she gives young and adult women – will be on display at Orange Coast College’s Frank M. Doyle Arts Pavilion from Feb. 15 until March 24. Titled “Rebecca Campbell: …continue reading

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Rebecca Campbell: Painting Feminine Power An ambitious exhibition that focuses on a significant motif in Rebecca Campbell’s paintings – the agency she gives young and adult women – will be on display at Orange Coast College’s Frank M. Doyle Arts Pavilion from Feb. 15 until March 24. Titled “Rebecca Campbell: …continue reading

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Rebecca Campbell: Painting Feminine Power An ambitious exhibition that focuses on a significant motif in Rebecca Campbell’s paintings – the agency she gives young and adult women – will be on display at Orange Coast College’s Frank M. Doyle Arts Pavilion from Feb. 15 until March 24. Titled “Rebecca Campbell: …continue reading

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Rebecca Campbell: Painting Feminine Power An ambitious exhibition that focuses on a significant motif in Rebecca Campbell’s paintings – the agency she gives young and adult women – will be on display at Orange Coast College’s Frank M. Doyle Arts Pavilion from Feb. 15 until March 24. Titled “Rebecca Campbell: …continue reading

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Rebecca Campbell: Painting Feminine Power An ambitious exhibition that focuses on a significant motif in Rebecca Campbell’s paintings – the agency she gives young and adult women – will be on display at Orange Coast College’s Frank M. Doyle Arts Pavilion from Feb. 15 until March 24. Titled “Rebecca Campbell: …continue reading

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Rebecca Campbell: Painting Feminine Power An ambitious exhibition that focuses on a significant motif in Rebecca Campbell’s paintings – the agency she gives young and adult women – will be on display at Orange Coast College’s Frank M. Doyle Arts Pavilion from Feb. 15 until March 24. Titled “Rebecca Campbell: …continue reading

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Rebecca Campbell: Painting Feminine Power An ambitious exhibition that focuses on a significant motif in Rebecca Campbell’s paintings – the agency she gives young and adult women – will be on display at Orange Coast College’s Frank M. Doyle Arts Pavilion from Feb. 15 until March 24. Titled “Rebecca Campbell: …continue reading