Posted on April 8, 2013 by Sally Mesarosh
The Mesa Arts Center is gaining more and more attention on the regional, national and international stages.
But among the most important functions of the young Mesa landmark is the role it plays in engaging the community nearby and building a local interest in art-centric education.
MAC offers classes through New Frontiers For Lifelong Learning, a program through Mesa Community College that includes more than 400 participants and is dedicated to lifelong learning.
Mesa Arts Center engages seniors' creative sides.pdf
March 31, 2013
To support our students' academic efforts, MCC Libraries will stay open late the last two weeks of the semester: http://t.co/k2qGd2d1aZ
15 hours ago
For Throwback Thursday, check out MCC Provost Patrick Burkhart on the beach! #tbt #throwbackthursday http://t.co/OzrTZZZkaL
We're sharing a message from Susan Jarvie, who teaches Yoga classes at MCC: "Some of my students at MCC may be experiencing some anxiety this time of year...
To support our students' academic efforts near the end of the year, MCC Libraries will stay open late the last two weeks of the semester: Extended Hours:
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