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Reviews over! What happens next…

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Congrats! You’ve all finished your reviews!

Now, we clean!

Tomorrow (THURSDAY) at 8:00 am we will meet in Cohen and get the Foundations Studios in tip top shape for our final show: In Plain Sight.

Wear your cleaning clothes and get ready to scrub and paint.  This is mandatory and we will be taking attendance!

On FRIDAY at 8:00 am we will bring in all the selected works for the final exhibition – if your review faculty did not specify what work they wanted you to bring please bring your final large photo portrait and a selection (1-2 other works) that you feel most proud of/best illustrates the progress and work over the past semester.

We will lay all these works out and you will, as a group, be in charge of curating and hanging your show!

FRIDAY eve we will have a “soft opening” for you all, from 5:30-7 where we will eat PIZZA, celebrate your last day of Foundations and hand out awards!

SATURDAY is your final show: In Plain Sight. Bring your family and friends and show off all the amazing work you have all been making this semester! We will have cheese plates and cookies and drinks, so dress up, bring a crew and congratulate yourself on an AWESOME YEAR!!!!!

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FINAL REVIEW WORKS

Hi all – Below is a list of all the works you will need to bring for your final review next week. Please look over the schedule and see when you are supposed to come in. Remember to come in before your scheduled time to have work set up.

See Lab:

Angie and Will: Final books

Kathy V: Charcoal Drawing, Empty the Pen, Colored pencil drawing, digital print drawing

Fuse Lab:

Kat: Albers, color match painting, final photograph portrait (option to bring in background painting as well)

Lydia: Albers, color match painting, final photograph, aura portrait

Make Lab:

Chase and Morgan:

Block A: Small Fruit(s) <if they have more than one, Big Fruit (or 3 photos of it: 2 different angles and a close up)

Block B:  Paper Hat,  Thing that came out of the hat (or 3 photos of it: 2 different angles and a close up), Vase based on thing that came out of hat (or drawings of the vase)

John Gill:

Block A: documentation of Portrait (bust), constructed piece, coil pot

Block B: documentation of coil pot, portrait (bust)

CoLab:

Brett and Megan:

1. Curate the best one minute of audio from your coLab experience, and bring a means to listen to it (i.e. speaker, headphones, etc.),  2. A computer with your blog documenting the class.
Sara:
Poster from group segment of the 24 hour takeover
One min recording—-from any sound element made during the course. It can be a clip from a specific project or a compilation from several projects.
(They will need to bring a device to play the sound to the review)

Advising sessions – TOMORROW (Wednesday)

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Hi all –

Tomorrow Sara Ferguson and I will be holding advising sessions outside Nevins Theater during our regular class time 9-11.

If you have spoken with Angie and received your pin number, you do NOT need to attend this meeting.

For the rest of you, this is the line up:

9:00 – those whose last names begin with A-F

9:30 – G-M

10 – N-S

10:30 – T-Z

Please come with your completed worksheet (that Angie handed out to you last Wednesday), showing us the classes you are currently in and your plan for the next semester.  You will only receive your PIN number if you bring us this information.

See you tomorrow!

 

Photo Professor, Whitney Hubbs: Bergen Forum

untitled-design-11Tomorrow (Thursday) Photo Professor and all around badass, Whitney Hubbs, will talk about her photography practice in her Bergen Forum:

‘A Trial and Error’ lecture. Professor Hubbs has been making pictures for 20 years and still has a trial and error relationship with the medium. She will present her photographic failures and successes.

Nevins Theater 12:15-1:00

free coffee and tea!!