Pulling prints from the developer in the darkroom.
Police officers escort emergency responders inside during an active shooter training exercise.
Police from Evergreen, Olympia, the State Patrol and more do an active shooter response drill at the TESC dorms.
Cinematography students set up lights to recreate painterly effects.
Mater Carver Peter Peterson works with a young student on a bent wood box.
Skkokomish master carver Peter Peterson leads a workshop on making bentwood boxes in the Carving Studio.
Summer sun gives way to a rainy interlude in Week 5.
A cinematography student flags a light to control its spill.
Firefighter/EMTs respond to actors playing injured students during training.
Making a series of prints for a Black and White Photography class book.
Working with portable lights in the CCAM.
Bob Haft gives feedback on prints for in Photoland.
Police and Fire personnel gather at the Evergreen dorms for training.
The last week of the summer session finds students finshing up project work. The students in Black and White photography worked to make 17 prints each, which were assembled into 17 class books. Out of the classroom, Skokomish carver Peter Peterson taught a workshop on bentwood boxes in the Carving Studio. Down at the dorms, police and firefighters gathered for a day-long training on how to respond to a campus emergency involving an active shooter. They practiced safe approaches to the building, before working with actors on how to respond to injuries and lead people to safety.