Monthly Archives: February 2017

Wednesday class this week

We will be meeting in the Harder Lobby again at 9. Please have your completed sculpted and painted objects ready to view.

Groups A and B need to have their colab casting plan approved by Sara before Thursday morning. Plan to meet with her Wednesday 10:30-11:00 or at another scheduled time, email her to schedule. It is a good idea to draw and write out your casting plan and scan/email it to Sara to help expedite the approval.
Group A and B need to bring all pen pal correspondence to class on Thursday.
And a reminder to have your work out of the studios before spring break or it will be thrown away!
See you tomorrow.

Cultural Bowl – tomorrow!

Hand-thrown bowls, home-made foods! Tomorrow from 12-4 in the Knight Club, Powell Campus Center.

Organized by former Foundations badass, Takumi Morozumi! Eat food, get a bowl!

Asians in America and the Institute for Culture Unity (ICU) will present the “Cultural Bowl,” a community-based charity event that aims to raise funds for local shelters: New Hope Animal Shelter and Alfred Housing Committee, on Friday, February 24th from 12-4p.m. located in Powell Campus Center’s Knight Club.

The Cultural Bowl will combine handmade ceramic bowls from artists directed by Alfred University Junior, Takumi Morozumi, along with donated family-style meals from local community members, students, and faculty alike. Bowls will have a suggested price of $10, which will include food donated by community members.


Learn to mend your own clothes with Charlie Best – THIS EVE!


Have holes in your sweaters? Threadbare jeans? Buttons falling off? Shirts coming apart at the seams? Don’t toss it – learn how to fix it!

Join Charlie Best (AU School of Art & Design) for an introductory lesson in clothing repair. No prior experience necessary. If you have articles of clothing that need fixing, bring them with you! Otherwise, scrap fabric will be provided to practice on.

The textile industry is one of the biggest sources of waste and pollution. A great way to reduce your environmental impact is to make your clothes last a long time or buy them secondhand, purchasing new textiles as little as possible.

This event will take place in the BookEnd Lounge at Herrick Library.


Free event
Sponsored by Green Alfred

Looking at the Everyday