Kish College Veterinary Assistant program resumes in July 2022
The Kishwaukee College Continuing Education department will offer the Fall 2022 Veterinary Assistant program from July 24 through Dec. 16.Read More
From shows in the Art Gallery to poetry readings and more, Kish offers a variety of artistic and cultural opportunities for students and community members. Many Arts and Cultural Events feature student works and performances from our Arts, Music and Literature courses.
Opening Thursday, May 9, 2022. Artists are invited to display their original artwork in a professional gallery setting.
Students enrolled in Kishwaukee College music classes performed a variety of selections for the Fall 2021 Virtual Music Recital.
Congratulations to the talented Kish students selected by the jurors to be a part of the Fall 2021 Kishwaukee College Juried Student Art Exhibition.
Students enrolled in Kishwaukee College music classes performed a variety of selections for the Spring 2021 Virtual Music Recitals. View the entire playlist below.
High School students in the Kishwaukee College district submitted works in drawing, painting, photography, mixed media and creative writing.
*Artist’s names are listed as requested.
View two Kishwaukee College Spring Student Art Exhibitions: The 2021 Spring Juried Student Exhibition and "New Normal," a theme-based, open-entry Kishwaukee College student art exhibition. Congratulations to all!
Congratulations to the talented KC students selected by the jurors to be a part of the Fall 2020 KC Juried Student Art Exhibition.
April is national Poetry Month. Kish held the fifth annual Kish Poetry Open Mic event, virtually.
Students enrolled in Kish’s private music classes performed selections from their semester of study in voice, piano and guitar. Sit back and enjoy the sounds of classical works and an original piece or two.
The Kish Performing Arts Club members had to cancel their spring play because of the pandemic. Instead, they put together two virtual group performances on Zoom, a reading from The Little Prince by Antoine de Saint-Exupéry and a reading from The Humans by Matt Haig.
This video combines individual student performances, including a clarinet solo, two original poems, a song from the musical Wicked, and an uplifting monologue.
The spring student art show was conducted virtually. View the list of winners and images of artwork submitted.
Recognizing Kishwaukee College's commitment to equity, the Illinois Community College Trustees Association (ICCTA) has recognized Kish with the 2022 Equity and Diversity Award. The honor recognizes the commitment of Kish’s Board of Trustees and leadership to achieve diversity, equity and inclusion in the College's education programs.Read More