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  • Online Gallery of Works by Students - Hesston College
    Golf m Soccer m Soccer w Softball Tennis m Tennis w Volleyball Athletic Training Services About News Presidential Search Mission Vision Values Sustainability Dyck Arboretum Hesston Bethel Performing Arts Consumer Information Accreditation Governance Employment Bookstore Employee Directory Home Academics Departments Programs Art Online Gallery of Works by Students Online Gallery of Works by Students Best in Show from the annual student exhibit Integration sculpture by Matt Thomas alabaster and cherry Matthew 6 28 29 drawing by Ellie Eberspacher untitled fused glass by Erika Fujimoto Delmer Reyes Zapata This picture is a representation of the Mexican culture using some of the key figures that are well known in the culture are a great influence in the Hispanic community The Indian in the middle represents the fallen empires of our ancestors the Inca the Mayan and the Aztecs They were all once highly developed intelligent civilizations that met their demise by Spanish conquerors The images to the left are both eagles the one facing south has a snake in its mouth which represent Mexico and the other eagle is facing north and its holding spears which represents America La Virgin de Guadalupe is one of Mexico s most popular cultural and religious icons To the right of the Indian Emiliano Zapata and Pancho Villa are standing strong next to each other Emiliano was the revolutionary leader of the south who fought for the peasants lands Pancho Villa was the revolutionary leader of the north who fought for the poor and for the people s rights Above these figures are oil fields with people working in the fields Most of my friends and family work in these places Finally Cesar Chavez was a Mexican American civil rights and labor activist who worked in these fields and felt the suffering of immigrant workers He

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  • Art Alumni - Hesston College
    art sites exhibit pages and articles about Hesston College visual art alumni Anna Emerson Friesen 1966 2009 Hesston College Friesen Gallery show Paul Friesen Academy 1942 1944 Mennonite Life interview spring 2007 Ken Gingerich 1971 2011 Friesen Center Gallery show Philip Hershberger 1973 Waxing Poetic Encaustic Paintings Flickr site by Topeka and Shawnee County Public Library Randy Horst 1979 2010 Hesston College Gallery show Mark Horst 2007 Lynn Lais 1975 spruceforest org Village Pottery Leslie Leupp 1966 John Mishler 1969 Bilhenry Gallery Doug Miller 1970 Marena Nachtigall 2001 Joseph Shetler 2002 2009 Hesston College Gallery show Gwen Stamm 1977 The Printery House Asako Takigawa 1989 and her husband John own Interculture Art Inc a design firm that specializes in interior design for hotels and commercial buildings After a year at Hesston Asako transferred to the Art Institute of Chicago where she completed her degree in interior design and met her husband who is from Korea Brittni Wegmann 2003 Brittni s Florida State Ceramics page Royce Yoder 1974 Left Bank Gallery Village Pottery Sarah Boyts Yoder 2000 Alumni works in the fall 2008 alumni exhibit Platter ceramics by Royce Yoder Zechariah and Elizabeth digital composition by Merrill Miller Horizontal Universe I manipulated photo collapsed onto paper by Anna Friesen Faith mixed media by Gwen Stamm Carved Porcelain Lanterns ceramics by Marena Nachtigall The Greatest Commandment charcoal by Elizabeth Eberspacher The Charca Early Morning painting by Esther Graber Fisherman painting by Joseph Shetler Forgiven monotype tryptic by Isaac Shue Framed Quilt stoneware by Jane Fry Americanan III ceramics by Jane Graber stoneware platter by Lynn Lais A River Runs Through All Time encaustic by Phil Hershberger Specimens for Closer Examination porcelain glass jar water mixed with sea salt by Brittni Wegmann untitled painting by Ashley Miller Love acrylic oil and thread on

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  • Course Descriptions - Hesston College
    to Photography 3 hours Emphasizes photography as a means of expression and reflection Covers technical theory camera use basic elements of composition and the processing printing and presentation of black and white photography as well as use of Photoshop software in digital photography Recommended for art and graphic design students Art 104 Introduction to Painting 3 hours Investigates alkyd and acrylic painting techniques encourages personal expression through structured formats introduces color theory and poetic imagery includes study excursions and field trips to local painting shows Experience in drawing is desirable but not required Recommended for general as well as art students Offered alternate years Art 105 Introduction to Watercolor Painting 3 hours Develops fundamental watercolor painting skills through many studies on a variety of paper surfaces Color theory drawing skill and inventive composition will be developed as skills progress Course includes painting excursions and field trips to painting shows Experience in drawing is desirable but not required Recommended for general as well as art students Offered alternate years Art 115 Web Technologies for the Designer 1 hour Introduces students to simple website production using web development imaging and animation software Art 120 3 D Design 3 hours Gives the student experience with spatial understanding and the relationships between positive and negative forms within space Formal graphing of spatial relationships reductive forming in solid foam additive construction in clay and multimedia and collaborative projects will be emphasized Previous drawing experience or a drawing course is recommended but not required Art 200 Introduction to Graphic Design 3 hours Traces the history of classic typeface design design of graphic images and composition Relies heavily on computer software including Illustrator Photoshop and InDesign Art 201 Drawing II 3 hours More fully investigates the fundamental graphic skills developed in Introduction to Drawing Emphasis is placed on drawing from the human form experimenting with images and new media and developing strong visual compositions Prerequisite Art 101 or consent of instructor Art 202 Ceramics II 3 hours Focuses on advanced projects on the potter s wheel and hand building Projects are assigned with individual expression in mind students will achieve assignments in the technique of their choice Many firing and finishing methods are available to explore and students are encouraged to stretch their skills in independent project assignments Recommended for those in pursuit of an art degree or an opportunity to work in the ceramics field those looking for a way to express themselves and those looking for a hobby or experience different from other classes Prerequisite Art 102 or consent of instructor Art 205 Introduction to Printmaking 3 hours Investigates various types of printmaking techniques including relief print intaglio screen and monotype Traces the printmaking processes and teaches the proper care of fine art prints Offered alternate years Recommended background Art 101 Art 210 Basic Typography 3 hours Introduces the structure of the letter system and the forming of letters through extensive practice drawing letterforms Lectures and reading cover historical development classification and professional terminology 2015

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  • DSC_4072a - Hesston College
    Student Development Campus Activities Campus Ministries Counseling Services Chapel Forum FAQ Roommate Tips Athletics Baseball Basketball m Basketball w Cross Country m Cross Country w Golf m Soccer m Soccer w Softball Tennis m Tennis w Volleyball Athletic Training Services About News Presidential Search Mission Vision Values Sustainability Dyck Arboretum Hesston Bethel Performing Arts Consumer Information Accreditation Governance Employment Bookstore Employee Directory Home Academics Departments Programs Art DSC 4072a DSC

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  • What it takes to be a professional artist - Conrad Snider - Hesston College
    job and weekends free choose another career If you don t have the drive to get up early and work a long day get another direction for your life Becoming a professional artist is about choosing a lifestyle Be realistic about the possibilities examine what you want your life to be You need the drive to make things and the work ethic to do all that is needed to make it work There is a freedom in studio work especially with scheduling Preparation working on equipment marketing or working on the studio may take as much as 75 percent of your time The other 25 percent is used to create art And that is okay because creating art takes a lot of energy It is also important to figure out how you are going to do this for a life time without becoming burnt out You need another thing going on as well teaching or teaching in the studio or perhaps something else that is related to what you do but separate This will allow you to split up your time and your thought process which will allow your mind to be fresh for the other thing To establish yourself and get your name known you should get artwork out to galleries and competitions and enter lots of shows early on This will cost money but build up your name You may well need a part or full time job to support yourself during this phase Working for other artists is a real possibility for helping you along in your career However you should be mindful of what you will gain from this experience Your position will be as labor not junior artist You will learn valuable knowledge for your own studio how the studio should function on a daily

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  • Air Traffic Control Course Fees - Hesston College
    Soccer w Softball Tennis m Tennis w Volleyball Athletic Training Services About News Presidential Search Mission Vision Values Sustainability Dyck Arboretum Hesston Bethel Performing Arts Consumer Information Accreditation Governance Employment Bookstore Employee Directory Home Academics Departments Programs Aviation Air Traffic Control Course Fees Air Traffic Control Course Fees Course Fees Avia 112 Air Traffic Basics I 425 Avia 113 Air Traffic Basics II 750 Avia 212 Air Traffic Basics III 1 625 Avia 213 Air Traffic Basics IV 1 750 Avia 102 Private Pilot 8 800 Knowledge Test Fee for Ground School per test 150 Course fee for AVIA 102 Private Pilot includes aircraft rental instructor time and the check ride fee They do not include the following Textbooks FAA knowledge tests Hesston College Aviation student pilot shirt Extracurricular events field trips etc When looking at financial aid options please figure an additional 1 000 per semester for these items Hesston College Aviation flight training facility is open year around Students are encouraged to fly during semester breaks and summer semester to help them complete their flight courses on time Course fees are based on student averages Flight hours may very depending upon Individual student progress additional requested instruction changes

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  • Careers - What can I do with an aviation degree? - Hesston College
    Capital Campaign Estate Planning Give to Hesston Hesston College Today Church Relations Student Development Campus Activities Campus Ministries Counseling Services Chapel Forum FAQ Roommate Tips Athletics Baseball Basketball m Basketball w Cross Country m Cross Country w Golf m Soccer m Soccer w Softball Tennis m Tennis w Volleyball Athletic Training Services About News Presidential Search Mission Vision Values Sustainability Dyck Arboretum Hesston Bethel Performing Arts Consumer Information Accreditation Governance Employment Bookstore Employee Directory Home Academics Departments Programs Aviation Careers What can I do with an aviation degree Careers What can I do with an aviation degree Hesston College Aviation alumni work in the following aviation careers Corporate Pilot Airline Pilot ex American United Mesa Airlines etc Cargo Pilot Flight Training Providers ex Flight Safety International Charter Pilot Air Traffic Controller Humanitarian Aid Medical Relief Test Pilot Aeronautical Engineer Demonstration Pilot Marketing Human Factors Accident Investigation ex National Transportation Safety Board NTSB Aviation Advocacy Safety ex Aircraft Owners and Pilots Association AOPA Federal Aviation Administration FAA Flight Standards Inspector Bush Pilot Forest Service Pilot Agricultural Applicator Traffic Reporter Banner Towing Skydiving Provider Air Show Performer Movie Stunt Pilot Aviation Air Traffic Control Course Fees Careers What can I do with

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  • Fleet and Rates - Hesston College
    w Softball Tennis m Tennis w Volleyball Athletic Training Services About News Presidential Search Mission Vision Values Sustainability Dyck Arboretum Hesston Bethel Performing Arts Consumer Information Accreditation Governance Employment Bookstore Employee Directory Home Academics Departments Programs Aviation Fleet and Rates Fleet and Rates N205HC 2005 Cessna 172S Systems G1000 GPS IFR KAP 140 Autopilot 150bhp rents for 134 hour N959HC 1974 Cessna 172M Systems Garmin 430W GPS IFR 150bhp rents for 112 hour N968HC 1971 Cessna 172L Systems Garmin 430W GPS IFR 150bhp rents for 112 hour N951HC 1980 Cessna 172RG Systems Garmin 530W GPS ADS B IFR rents for 141 hour N7149Y 1964 Piper Twin Comanche PA 30 Systems KLN 89B GPS IFR rents for 315 hour N182RB Redbird Advanced Training Device Systems G1000 GPS IFR GFC 700 Autopilot Single engine capabilities rents for 72 hour Prior to beginning any flight training community students must apply a down payment of at least 10 of the estimated total cost Billings for services rendered are due at time of service Statements of account are sent out the 15th of each month Balances which are past due 30 days past service date will be assessed an Account Maintenance Fee of 1 5

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