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REGISTER NOW FOR SUMMER SESSION AND FALL SEMESTER
Registration has begun for Summer Session (which starts June 2) and Fall Semester! Please make an appointment to visit with your advisor.
STUDENTS - Don't forget to fill out your FAFSA
Students are reminded to fill out their Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) form. All students interested in financial aid for college will need to complete this form. The online application is available at fafsa.ed.gov
May 1 -- HCC Foundation Annual Scholarship Dinner
The HCC Foundation's annual dinner to support student scholarships has been scheduled for Thursday, May 1. Mark your calendars and watch for more details. For additional information or to reserve your space, please contact Susan Degnan at firstname.lastname@example.org or 218-262-6710.
May 21 - HCC Commencement
Congratulations to HCC's candidates for commencement! Graduating students will receive information from the Student Services Department detailing instructions for commencement.
COMMENCEMENT PRACTICE is scheduled for Tuesday, May 20, at 3 p.m. at the Hibbing High School Auditorium. COMMENCEMENT DAY is Wednesday, May 21, with a graduates' reception in the HCC Commons from 1 p.m. to 3 p.m., followed by the commencement ceremony at 4 p.m. at the Hibbing High School Auditorium.
May 23 through August 23 - Bob Dylan Exhibition
HCC's Paulucci Space Theater will be hosting a photographic exhibition "Daniel Kramer: Photographs of Bob Dylan," curated by the Los Angeles-based GRAMMY Museum. This will be the exhibit's first-ever stop in the United States beginning May 23 and running through August 23. The exhibition, which first debuted at the British Music Experience in London in 2012, explores the major milestones in Dylan’s career in the 1960s and how they impacted the rock explosion that came to define the decade.
“Daniel Kramer spent one year photographing Bob Dylan—and what a year it was! Through his photographs, Kramer captured Dylan’s spirit and musical evolution and gave the world an early glimpse into the life of an American legend. We at The GRAMMY Museum are honored to be working with Mr. Kramer and the City of Hibbing to bring this exhibition to Minnesota.”
Daniel Kramer’s photographs of Bob Dylan document Bob Dylan’s metamorphosis from folk musician to rock-n-roll icon. The exhibition features more than 50 of Kramer’s iconic photographs made during 1964 and 1965 when Dylan changed the world of popular music. Included are the recording sessions for Bringing It All Back Home, the now famous going-electric concert at Forest Hills Stadium, and private moments of the singer-songwriter who is for many the poet laureate of their time. These seminal pictures of Bob Dylan not only revealed the rising young star to international audiences, they set a standard by which all other rock portraits would be judged.
The City of Hibbing is very excited to announce its partnership with the GRAMMY Museum and share Bob Dylan’s hometown with the world. Everywhere you turn, you are reminded that Bob Dylan grew-up in this northern Minnesota mining town. The exhibition will not only serve as a musical reflection, but a cultural one as well. Dylan’s childhood home still stands on the corner of 7th Avenue and 25th Street. The street has been renamed Bob Dylan Drive in his honor.
In the 1960’s Bob Dylan revolutionized popular music. Writing with the passion of a poet, the lyrical reach of a philosopher, Dylan, just in his twenties, changed the way we heard music and what we demanded from it. By blending elements of American folk music, the blues, and rock, Dylan stitched together these influences to become one of the greatest songwriters of the 20th century. Photographer Daniel Kramer, one of America’s most noted music and portrait photographers, accompanied Bob Dylan on tour in 1964 and 1965. His photographs are a striking account of the folk singer’s metamorphosis into a rock star. This photographic ‘backstage view’ showcases key moments in Dylan’s musical career, and a dip into the history of American music.
Kramer is a New York City based photographer and film director whose portraits and picture stories have been published worldwide in major national and international magazines, books, and on numerous album covers. His film work encompasses documentaries, commercials and educational films. Kramer’s subjects include artists, writers, musicians, athletes, political figures and business people. Kramer’s photographs are widely collected and exhibited. Brooklyn born, he lives in New York City with his wife and collaborator Arline Cunningham Kramer.
Daniel Kramer: Photographs of Bob Dylan will run from May 23, 2014 through August 23, 2014. The exhibition is a gift from Bob Dylan’s hometown celebrating Hibbing’s All-Class Reunion 2014, and admission will be free.
About The GRAMMY Museum Paying tribute to music's rich cultural history, this one-of-a-kind, 21st century museum explores and celebrates the enduring legacies of all forms of music, the creative process, the art and technology of the recording process, and the history of the premier recognition of excellence in recorded music — the GRAMMY Award. The GRAMMY Museum features 30,000 square feet of interactive and multimedia exhibits located within L.A. LIVE, the downtown Los Angeles sports, entertainment and residential district. Through thought-provoking and dynamic public and educational programs and exhibits, guests can experience music from a never-before-seen insider perspective that only The GRAMMY Museum can deliver.