Salutations from REPO!
Join us…for the first meeting and clean out!
When: Today, Tuesday AUG 28th, 1pm to 6pm (clean out) 4 pm (meeting)
Where: Repo, the storage container located next to the outdoor kilns and lower Harder parking lot
What: An official Repo meeting will take place at 4:00 pm outside the container during the clean up, where we will be discussing future plans for Repo. If you cannot attend shoot us an e-mail expressing your ideas or interest at firstname.lastname@example.org
Why: Come on down to score free materials, say your two cents, and lend a much needed hand for the old girl’s beginning semester cleaning. Layers of undocumented materials will be unearthed for the first time! Be there to take part in the miracle!
Contact: REPO, email@example.com or http://repo.alfred.edu/.
Thanks to Timefortea3 for the image. Check out more: http://www.flickr.com/photos/timefortea3/sets/72157622155428698/with/4607498713/.
Check here for the HUNT blog… set up by Joe and Alex! It will give you lots of inspiration as you think about maps and the other assignments this week. You will also find the written versions of the assignments here for downloading. http://alfredhunt.tumblr.com.
Monday we will be meeting in Harder Hall in the Foundations Studio at 8am. Please be on time since we will be jump-starting things rather quickly.
Please bring with you your Tool Kit, Home Map, Special Object and Sketchbook/Pen.
While you did not need to buy your Tool Kit from AU, it is required for all students. If you did not pre-order a Tool Kit and need one, the Bookstore does have extra for sale, but please act fast since they are limited. You will not need your book, How to Be an Explorer of the World, just yet.
The First Week Project is a way to bring all of you together and introduce you to each other, the program and the community of Alfred. This year we have invited the international artists Joanna Wright and Alex Ashcroft to design and lead a week-long project called HUNT. You will all begin the week by bringing a special object and a map from your home town to class. This will help us think about where we come from and through discussions and presentations about maps and place, we will begin to explore how place influences us. Continue reading
Take a moment and check out the freshly posted Orientation Schedule and some answers to questions you may be having! Go to : http://my.alfred.edu/index.cfm/fuseaction/orientation.read.cfm From there you can download a copy of the schedule… and learn more!
For your own personal copy of the Visual + Material Archive instructions, just download and printout by clicking on the following link.