GCC PTK students to host body art event on Nov. 14

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GCC PTK students to host body art event on Nov. 14

by: Guam Community College | .
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published: November 06, 2014

The Phi Theta Kappa Beta Beta Xi Chapter at Guam Community College is celebrating “A Cultural Legend Revitalized Through Body Art,” as part of its annual Honors In Action program on Friday, November 14, from 6:00 – 9:00 PM in the GCC Multipurpose Auditorium. This uniquely expressive event is a collaboration between the GCC PTK Chapter and local artists such as Myracle Mugol, Hayah El Sayeh, and Vei-len Grantham, through which the artists will be painting the legend of Guam’s creation, “Puntan yan Fu’una,” on models. This event is free and open to the public.

Phi Theta Kappa is the international honor society for two-year colleges, and every year PTK chapters around the nation are required to participate in an Honors in Action program. This year’s program is entitled “Quest of Human Expressions.” Jamn Nacpil, chair of this year’s PTK event, says the event “is a great way for PTK to be interactive with the community.”

For more information about “A Cultural Legend Revitalized Through Body Art,” please email Jamn Nacpil at jamnanesiamae.nacpil@guamcc.edu, or call her at 487-6830.

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