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Credits to Careers: Events for Adult Students at STLCC

Adults who are interested in the opportunities of higher education can explore the possibilities at St. Louis Community College through a series of interactive workshops, Credits to Careers. The sessions are designed to help adults create a plan to achieve career and educational goals. The workshops are free and open to the public. Credits to […]

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Ming Wei showcases his musical talents at STLCC-Wildwood’s March Open Mic Night.

STLCC-Wildwood Student Gains U.S. Citizenship

While turning 21 is a major milestone, Ming Wei has much to celebrate at the age of 20. Along with being on track to graduate debt-free with his associate degree from St. Louis Community College, Wei recently received notification that his application to become a U.S. citizen has been approved. For the Taiwan-born student, this […]

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WildCon Returns to STLCC-Wildwood

The community is invited to attend WildCon, a mini sci-fi and fantasy convention, Saturday, March 24 from 10 a.m. – 5 p.m. at St. Louis Community College – Wildwood, 2645 Generations Drive, Wildwood, MO 63040. This free, family-friendly event includes activities for the young and the young-at-heart. “From graphic artists and authors, to superheroes, adult […]

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Daly Fantasies Debuts at STLCC-Wildwood

  Artists Paul and Kimberly Austin Daly will show their work March 19-April 27 at St. Louis Community College-Wildwood’s Gallery of Contemporary Art. Titled, “Daly Fantasies:  The Dinosaur Dramas, Daring Adventures, and Enchanted Dreamscapes,” the exhibit spans 60 feet and includes more than 30 works from each artist. The exhibit is curated by Daniel F. […]

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Weber to Receive Governor’s Award for Excellence in Teaching

Mark Weber, professor of art and department chair, has been selected as St. Louis Community College-Wildwood’s recipient of the Governor’s Award for Excellence in Teaching. Each year, institutions across the state, including all four STLCC campuses, present this award to one faculty member who exemplifies effective teaching, effective advising, service to the university community, commitment […]

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Marquette high school art teacher Melissa Wilson, left, and student Haley Downs with her People’s Choice Award piece, “Gentle Giant”.

STLCC-Wildwood’s Eco-Art Exhibit Honors Top-Level Talent from Local High Schools

Dozens of students from five local high schools showcased their artistic talents in St. Louis Community College-Wildwood’s 10th annual Eco-Art Exhibit, March 5-9. The juried art show, “Sustainability: It’s An Art,” featured two- and three-dimensional artwork that speaks to an environmental consciousness in either the theme of the artwork or the materials used in its […]

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Dreith Named 2018 Distinguished College Administrator

Mike Dreith, Ed.D., associate provost at St. Louis Community College-Wildwood, has been selected to receive a 2018 Distinguished College Administrator award by Phi Theta Kappa (PTK), the international honor society for two-year colleges. Dreith is among 27 college administrators chosen to receive this award, which will be presented at the society’s annual convention April 19-21 in […]

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Dion to Show Artwork at Woman Made Midwest

Dion Dion, a student-artist at St. Louis Community College-Wildwood, has been selected to show her work in “Woman Made Midwest Open,” a juried art exhibit at the Woman Made Gallery in Chicago, Ill. This exhibit features the work of 48 female artists from 12 Midwestern states. The pieces in the exhibit reflect a variety of subject […]

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STLCC-Wildwood student-artists hang work at Wildwood City Hall for their “Inspired By” series.

STLCC Students Exhibit Works at Wildwood City Hall

Students in the Fine Arts Club at St. Louis Community College-Wildwood recently installed two new art exhibits at Wildwood City Hall, 16860 Main Street. The exhibits, which can be viewed through May 10, are part of the club’s student-led initiative to share art with the community through its Fine Arts Gallery program. Since its inception in […]

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This piece by Mark Weber  will be part of the exhibit titled "Drawn from Life: Artful Aging in the Washington University
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Weber to Show Artwork at Washington University

Mark Weber, professor of art at St. Louis Community College-Wildwood, is among 22 artists invited to show their work in, “Drawn from Life: Artful Aging in the Washington University Community.” The exhibit runs Feb. 23 through March 9 at the People’s House, 7 University Lane in St. Louis. Weber’s painting in this show is from […]

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