Thor logo

Cloud County Community College

Concordia  •  Geary County  •  Online  •  Outreach

Coming Events

2016-2017 Cook Series Presentations

The Last Warning
A silent horror-mystery film from 1929

The Last Warning, Cook SeriesFive years after an actor is murdered in a theatre, a producer brings together the remaining cast to try to solve the crime. Directed by Paul Leni and starring Laura LaPlante, Montagu Love, and Roy D’Arcy.
This silent film and two short films will be accompanied with live music from organist Marvin Faulwell and percussionist Bob Keckeisen. A discussion hosted by Bill Schaffer, President of the Kansas Silent Film Festival, will follow.

October 27, 2016, 7:00 pm
Brown Grand Theatre
310 W. 6th St.
Concordia, KS 66901
Admission: FREE

 

 

 

Tim Riley:“John Lennon—The Man, The Music”

John Lennon, Cook SeriesNPR music critic, journalism professor, social media expert, and author Tim Riley discusses the impact of John Lennon on rock and roll and popular culture. Riley’s works include Lennon: The Man, the Myth, the Music - The Definitive Life; Tell Me Why: The Beatles, Album by Album, Song by Song, the Sixties and After; Fever: How Rock and Roll Changed Gender in America; and Madonna: Illustrated.

The Cook Legacy Award will be presented prior to Riley’s presentation.
November 17,2016, 7:00 pm
Cook Theatre, Cloud County Community College
2221 Campus Drive
Concordia, KS 66901
Admission: FREE!

 

 

Dr. David Simmonds: “The Native American Art of Blackbear Bosin”

American Art of Blackbear Bosin, Cook SeriesDr. Simmonds is the stepson of Blackbear Bosin, a Native American artist of Kiowa and Comanche heritage whose most famous work is The Keeper of the Plains, the large sculpture along the Arkansas River in Wichita. Bosin also produced many painting and illustrations that exemplify the legends, mythology, and spirit of Native Americans.
May 4, 2017, 7:00 pm
Cook Theatre, Cloud County Community College
2221 Campus Drive
Concordia, KS 66901
Admission: FREE!