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Underground art allows for emerging artists to blossom

Underground art allows for emerging artists to blossom

Madeline Holobinko

May 4, 2018

It may be called underground art, but with its growing popularity, it's far from secret. Art is considered “underground” when it is “outside or on the fringes of popular culture,” according to Tate, a British art institution. Any art can be considered underground, from music to sculptures to...

CCC Festival brings ‘Harmony’ to CHS

CCC Festival brings ‘Harmony’ to CHS

March 20, 2018

The Cultural Communications Club (CCC) hosted the annual Cultural Festival on Friday, March 16, following the theme of ‘Harmony.’ Groups of club members represented 25 countries by creating displays, serving food and providing attendees with information about their country’s culture. Attende...

Vatican City takes first place at annual CCC festival

Vatican City takes first place at annual CCC festival

Sarah McNey and Cailey Ruderman

April 2, 2017

The Cultural Communications Club took Monmouth County on a world tour during the annual Communications High School Cultural Festival on March 31. Club members formed groups representing 22 countries from six continents while colorful displays of art and food filled the halls of CHS. Inspired by St....

Coachella is a festival, and a fashion show

Michelle Etienne

June 6, 2016

Coachella. Everyone knows the name and almost everyone wants to be there. Making itself one of the most sought-after music festivals in the world, Coachella began its reign in 1999. Located in Indio, Calif., thousands of dollars are dropped on everything from tickets to fancy food trucks and luxury...

PHOTOS: Cultural Communications Club Festival

March 19, 2014

The annual Cultural Communications Club festival was hosted on Friday, March 14, 2014 at Communications High School. This year the theme was "The Magic of Life" and the proceeds went to St. Jude's. Blot Photos by Sarah Takash, Margaret Svikhart, Meagan McDowell and Bri Dazio"  ...

Festival donates $1,600 profit to St. Jude’s

Linda Badaracco

March 19, 2014

Attendees of  the Cultural Communications Club’s annual festival on Friday had the ability to travel from the streets of France, to the fiestas in Mexico and all the way down under to the Australian Outback all inside the halls of Communications High School. Hallways, locker pods and stairwells embodied the theme of ...

Cultural festival raises $1,400 for children’s hospital

April 13, 2013

By DYLAN ABLAN Staff Writer The Cultural Communications Club's Multicultural Festival raised $1,400 for St. Jude's Children's Hospital last Friday, almost doubling last year's proceeds, according to adviser Sabina Campbell. Students, parents and teachers gathered for the annual event. The hallways and lockers were transformed into the sprawling tropical rainforests of Brazil and the temples of Ind...

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