Creative passion becomes profession
The best advice Myron Campbell has for his students is to create the work you want to be paid for and the doors will start opening for you. That’s the path he’s followed as an artist, and it has lead him to a career of joy and fulfillment.
Campbell is a thriving artist and a professor in the division of Visual Arts at the University of British Columbia Okanagan (UBCO). His journey began at Medicine Hat College (MHC) in the Visual Communications diploma program, which has since become Bachelor of Applied Arts – Art and Design.READ MORE
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MHC alumnus recognized as Rookie of the Year
Growing up, Constable Taylor Olenic never saw himself pursuing a career in law enforcement. Fast forward to 2020, and he’s being recognized as Rookie of the Year at the national level by Blue Line magazine.
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Roxanne Doerksen loves to talk about her worms.
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