Please join us for two events that celebrate the work of Spring 2015 Foundations Randall Chairs Joanna Wright and Alex Ashcroft. On Monday March 30th at 6pm in Nevins Joanna and Alex will lecture about their work. On the following Monday, April 6, stop by the Turner Gallery from 12pm – 4pm to see an audio-visual work-in-progress, called Atomfa as well as hear some examples of Alex’s experimental ambisonic pieces.
Art Talk: Monday, March 30th
Location: Nevins Theater
Cost to Attend: Free
Exhibition: Monday, April 6th
Time: 12 – 4PM
Location: Robert C. Turner Gallery
Cost to Attend: Free
Visiting Designers Presentations
Nevins Theatre, PCC
The Divisions of Expanded Media and Foundations are co-hosting three visitings designers to share their passion for design. Our guests include:
Emil Schult, artist, designer, poet, musician<http://www.emilschult.de/home.html>, and current Theodore Randall International Chair in the Division of Expanded Media.
Allister Klingensmith, Designer, Pointpath Studios<http://pointpath.co/> and Alfred SoAD BFA 2004 graduate.
Nick Kuder, Designer and design educator, Cranbrook MFA, and currently teaching at the Gwen Frostic SoAD<http://www.wmich.edu/art/> at Western Michigan University.
The Robert C. Turner Gallery is looking for exhibition submissions for the upcoming Fall Semester! This is a great opportunity to propose a show on a theme of your choosing and gain the experience of curating and hanging work in a beautiful gallery space on campus. To look at images of past shows please check the Turner Flickr page and their Blog.
Information regarding submissions is here. The deadline for submissions is Aprli 6th!
The Turner Gallery is a student-run space, meaning the directors, gallery officers, and exhibition maintenance staff are all students, just like you. If you have any interest in becoming a part of the gallery team- whether you are interested in hanging work, designing posters, or organizing schedules – you should sign up for the Turner internship class. The interns vote on show applications, assist in hanging art work, create PR materials, photograph shows, and update social media platforms. They keep the gallery running in a professional manner. If any of this interests you – get involved!
If so, your first ‘move’ might be to take a Dance class this Fall. Composition 1 is open to all BFA students with a signature from Prof. Chase Angier. It meets on Monday and Wednesday from 11:20 until 12:35. Dance classes count towards your Physical Education credit and may even ‘lead’ you into a Dance Minor!
So what are the requirements for a Dance Minor?
The following courses (completed with a grade of a C or better) are required for a minor in Dance.
Danc 120 Fundamentals of Dance 2 credits
Danc 230 Improvisation/Composition 1 3 credits
Danc 211 Dance History 4 credits
Danc 270 AU Dance Theater 4 credits (2 credits taken twice)
Danc 222 Modern I 2 credits
Danc 330 Improvisation/Composition II 3 credits
Or Danc 331 Site Specific Comp 3 credits
Electives in Dance Courses 6 Credits Choose from the following:
Danc 322 Modern II 2 credits (can be taken more than once for credit)
Danc 370 Choreographic Practicum 2 credits
Danc 221/321 Ballet I & II 2 credits
Danc 223/323 Jazz I & II 2 credits
Danc 340 New & Existing Repertory 3 credits
Danc 224 Contact Improvisation 2 credits
Danc 331 Site Specific Comp (if took Comp II) 3 credits
Danc 330 Improv/Comp II (if took Site Specific) 3 credits
Danc 450 Independent Study
Danc 200 Special Topics (such as Advanced technique, Site Specific Art & Dance, Improvisation, Movement for Actors, etc…)
Total Credits Hours = 24
For more info please contact Prof. Chase Angier at firstname.lastname@example.org.
(As you know!) This Spring you will be taking fours workshops, each for 6 weeks called coLAB, seeLAB, makeLAB, and fuseLAB. You will take 2 different workshops each block. The class size will be smaller, since the Foundation class will be divided into 4 groups: A, B, C, D. Below is the class schedule. 2015LABschedule
Here are a couple things that faculty would like you to gather to bring with you for the first week of class.
- Please choose the most valuable object that you have that can be given away.
- Find a 3 x 5 inch index card (or nicely cut a piece of paper that size)
- Neatly write why the object is valuable on the card.
- Wrap it as beautifully as you can. Include a bow or ribbon.
- All details are important.
- Bring it to the first day of coLAB.
For this class you will also need your computer, a digital camera, and your wits.
- A digital camera, preferably a digital point & shoot, or a quality camera on a phone.
- A selection of 20 objects that are of:
- varying transparency ( i.e. fabric, lace, paper, plastic bottles, glass etc.…)
- varying shapes /sizes no larger than 1ft sq. ( i.e. string, rocks, plants, hardware etc.)
- A selection of 35 mm photographic slides. Can be found in your grandparents basement, junk shops or on ebay. Please bring back a minimum of 20 slides.
- A sharp pair of scissors
- A new thumb drive, at least 32 GB
- 1 pack 25 sheets of Multigrade, glossy, black and white photo paper. Any brand. This paper is available for sale at the Alfred University Bookstore.
Bring a variety of small to medium-sized personal objects that you would feel comfortable working from in the studio. And if you have them, some colored pencils.
Please read the following link for the full assignment and the needed materials.