Download a large poster: https://www.dropbox.com/s/f02uv32wcyb0zo1/FoundationsPoster_2015finalflat.psd?dl=0
Monday/Tuesday 8am – 11 am Reviews in Cohen (see blog post for your scheduled time and what to bring)
Wednesday 9- 11 am Clean Up PLEASE NOTE CHANGE! Due to the size of the exhibition this year, we will need you ALL to show up for the entire morning. Please meet in Harder, and we will divide up from there.
Thursday 8am –11am Installation of Exhibition ALL student required to be there all morning.
Friday 8am –11am REQUIRED Final Critique of Exhibition
Saturday Exhibition Cohen and Harder from 1-3:30pm
Your 15 minutes of fame is almost here! This is what faculty would like you to bring.
Please note: Any documentation should be in 81/2 x 11 format, one image to a sheet. You may also bring your computer to show your blog or do a power point with not more than 10 images. No un-curated photo folders will be accepted.
fuseLAB (all sections): Video, Your choice of two photograms
Trevor: Your choice of 4 most successful drawings/projects
Empty the pen drawing
ink wash studies (4)
large ink wash
colored pencil studies (3)
Colored pencil on colored paper
makeLAB: (all sections) Documentation of your process and final sculpture
Andrew/Michelle: Documentation or actual: Letter to Alfred, Alfred Resource Map, Pop-Up Public Service
Brett: Documentation of last two Projects
It’s Final Review Time. All reviews will be held in Cohen Studios. Please show up 15 minutes early to set up your portfolio in the area you are assigned. Take time setting up to present your work in the best possible way. This may mean that you must fix, retouch or cleanup artworks.
Reviews are are important, required of all students, and will not be rescheduled.
Hey coLAB students, NBC News just highlighted an artist in Pittsburgh who is hosting her own Pop-Up Shop Project that brings to light wage inequality! And one of you professors was there, Click the link to see the video. http://player.theplatform.com/p/2E2eJC/nbcNewsOffsite?guid=nn_4_gender_wage_gap_150425
Pennsylvania Shop Gives Women a Discount to Highlight Pay Disparities
A pop-up shop owner in Pennsylvania hopes to start a conversation about the pay disparity between men and women by charging women 24 percent less, which is the average difference between male and female salaries in the state.
Women in Pennsylvania make 76 cents for every dollar a man makes, according to the National Women’s Law Center. The national average is not much better with women making on average only 78 percent of what their male counterparts make, according to the American Association of University Women.