Friday, March 8th – Sunday, March 10th
BC Illuminates is Bellevue College’s newest festival of literature, creativity, and technology. Taking place over three days, the festival will connect students and the greater King County community with inspiring storytellers and creators ranging from traditional novelists to those working in the cutting edge medium of virtual reality.
This year’s theme is “Change for Good” and will take a lens on how advancements in social change have allowed more diverse narratives to reach larger audiences. Currently, we are looking for student clubs and talented individuals who would like to participate in the event. If your club is working on something they would like to show off please submit a project proposal to the following email: email@example.com, Event Coordinator
1960s Lunch Counter Display
Winter and Spring Quarter
In the Library, D126
In conjunction with BC Reads! and its selection of the Civil Rights Movement graphic memoir March, a 1960 lunch counter display is currently in the library. Sit at the counter and see yourself as someone protesting Whites Only lunch counters, while having ketchup and mustard poured over you. The display was created by Michael Brandt, BC Theater Arts.
Last Updated January 15, 2019