Just ran across this wonderful project by past students who were working with Woody Packard several years ago! Check it out.
What a good year! Loads of great work, moments of learning and new friendships! Slowly with every day… you all became Alfred! You are the fabric of this school… and we will look forward to seeing the wonderful things you create next year and beyond!
Have a a relaxing and productive summer!
Our Best, Michelle, Ted and Angie
Yep, it’s that time. We are nearing the end of a long and fruitful year. So let’s see the fruit! Final Reviews will be held next week on Monday/Tuesday, Thursday/Friday, April 26-27 29-30.
What to bring? Check out the review requirements below or posted in Harder Hall. You should also note your 15 minute appointment.
1. Check for your name, day, time and group number. If your name is not listed, please email Michelle ASAP at firstname.lastname@example.org
2. Write down what you need to bring for your portfolio by checking out the list below.
3. Arrive 15 minutes early to hang your work and prep your info on the computer.
4. Reviews are mandatory. Missing your review will negatively affect your final grade.
5. Reviews will not be rescheduled.
Check out this class from Dance. Note that the prerequisite is waved for Foundations Art students who have performance experience (in dance, theater or performance art)!
Movement has tremendous potential as an art-making medium, either standing alone or combining with other art-making practices. Students who take Improv/Comp I will dig into movement as a medium, while simultaneously tackling the basic elements of all movement composition: space, time, and energy. Find out what you’re able to create and communicate using movement!
Contact Robert Bingham for a pre-req override.
IMPROVISATION/COMPOSITION I – 11482 – DANC 230-01
TR 1 – 2:15
check this out, you are not alone, dear tableau vivant artists!
Interested in seeing who collects what from our collecting project last week? Ellen and John have posted your pictures on flickr!
Click here http://www.flickr.com/groups/collecting/
During Wednesday’s class you were assigned: Future Talk, a mail art project. Each of you were given an envelope and asked to thoughtfully create a mail artwork that jump starts interesting and varied conversation about the future. Stamped addressed and filled envelopes are due next Wednesday. We will be photographing each of you with your mail art and will be sending them out right afterward! Please come ready to participate. Your mail art should evoke a response from the sender. These responses will need to be mailed back to you by March 31st in time for our morning class. We hope to have a group of you work on an exhibition of these works on campus.
THE FORMAT: Text, letters, images, photos, sound, instructions, small objects or more. Think about the formats of mail art we explored in class— the ‘add-on’, naked mail art, camera art, postcards, pop-up cards, or letters. Choose one of those forms or come up with your own idea. Consider what you want to get in return and let this influence your choice. Would you hope to get a letter, a drawing, an object, an action, a photograph, a sound recording?
THE CONTENT: How do you imagine the world when you are 80? If you hosted a think tank to study the future, what would you want to learn? Would you like to hear about people’s personal imaginings, fears, or hopes? Would you want to discuss the environmental issues that we (or our children) may need to tackle? The new technologies that will be part of our lives? (and our bodies) Or the future structures of our families and the different values that we may hold? Who would you invite to this event? Would you want to talk to, experts, friends or artists? Older people or those younger than yourself?
GETTING STARTED: Begin by asking yourself some questions. What do you want to say? Who do you want to speak to? What kind of response do you want to elicit? What format will this take? What will the respondents return? Do you hope for a specific format back? If you want to be surprised how might you set up your project for that?
Good Luck and have fun!
Today is the last day to drop a Spring Semester course. When Web registration closes down at midnight on Feb. 1, you will no longer be able to drop a course (other than those scheduled to meet only in B-Block). Dropped courses do not appear on the transcript.
Tuesday, Feb. 2, the withdrawal period begins. Course Withdrawal continues through Monday, Feb. 15 for A-Block courses; through March 22 for courses that meet throughout the semester.
Withdrawal is accomplished by obtaining a withdrawal form (available at the Student Service Center in Seidlin Hall), getting it signed by your advisor and by the instructor of the course, and then returning the completed form to the SSC. Withdrawn courses appear on the transcript with a grade of “W.” (This grade has no affect on GPA.)