Joseph Gamble is a professional photographer and a professor of photography at the Isaacson School for New Media at Colorado Mountain College, and the public will soon be able to enjoy his photos in Glenwood Springs. His work embraces commercial, editorial and fine art applications, and has appeared in numerous venues...

Inspirational Rwandan artist, cyclist, and humanitarian featured at CMC Speaker Series BRECKENRIDGE – The CMC Speaker Series partners with the Breckenridge Film Festival to bring a powerful documentary to campus June 4. Frederick Ndabaramiye, the co-founder of “I am Able”, witnessed and lived through one of the...

Colorado Mountain College’s Isaacson School for New Media professor Klaus Kocher wins honorable mention Entries to the Rotarian Magazine’s international photography contest, The Best Shot, came from around the world. The contest was judged by esteemed New York Times Photography Director Kathy Ryan,  and Isaacson...

By Mike McKibbin Mom’s advice paid off for Hazel Miller. It led the now-popular singer to leave her home as a young adult in Louisville, Ky., and eventually travel the world, performing jazz, gospel, blues and R&B. “When I was 16, she saw me perform in a show and said, ‘You’re good at this. Go, get out of...

Playwright Georges Feydeau wrote “A Flea in Her Ear” more than 100 years ago. Now, modern-day playwright David Ives has updated this intentionally ridiculous bedroom farce. Sopris Theatre Company at Colorado Mountain College, formerly CMC Theatre, is presenting it in a five-performance run in April. Directed by...

March 9, 2015 clclick  A beloved Summit County literary tradition is less than a month away, so it’s time for local poets to prepare for Colorado Mountain College’s eighth annual Poetry Slam on March 26. The slam gives local poets a venue to present their works (either memorized or read) to fellow poetry...

Professional Photography Students’ Show Opening reception Friday, March 6, from 6 to 8pm The CMC ArtShare Gallery in downtown Glenwood Springs is hosting an exhibit of wide-ranging photographic works by Colorado Mountain College professional photography students March 6-April 28. Because the college’s...

CMC, Grand River Health form partnership for fundraising on March 11 Two entities in the Rifle community are preparing to raise funds while providing students opportunities to use their artistic and culinary skills for a worthy cause. Organizers are busy getting ready for the March for Meals “Empty Bowls” Lunch...