2 shows opening tonight:
Upstairs is Junior, Charlie Best’s, show Tin Can Telephone, an exhibition featuring video, fiber, 2D, 3D works and live performances.
Downstairs is the neon sculpture show from our very own Sarah Blood’s neon students.
These neon cacti from Junior, Noah Heyman
Openings are 7-9 with live performances beginning at 8.
Come see the wonderful dance and choreography work from the students and dance faculty. So many School of Art and Design Sophomores, Juniors, Seniors, AND our very own Carly and Ryan will be performing! Please come and see all the hard work they have been doing this year. Tonight thru Saturday.
we are going to have tomorrow be a studio work day. We will NOT be meeting for our regular Wednesday class, BUT we do expect you to use this time as a space to work on your projects for your studio classes.
I (Kat) still need to meet with 5-6 of you re: ritual projects. I will be in the studios from 10-11 to speak with you. You know who you are so please come and speak with me.
Sara is holding office hours from 2-4:30 at the Jet.
A reminder that Sara and I are holding office hours at the Jet next week. Please come talk to us – especially if you are having attendance concerns. We can use this time to figure out ways to help. Coffee/Tea on us. Cheers!
Kat: Monday the 13th from 11:15-1:30
Sara: Wednesday the 15th from 2-4:30
(from Jim Jarmusch’s film Coffee and Cigarettes)
7-9 Holmes auditorium tonight! Am handing out extra credit to my CoLab section (with Kat) for those who show up.
9:00 AM be there or be square. Remember to bring in your responses of looking at art in context. We will be collecting these and having a discussion.
Glass visiting artist Anna Mlasowsky will give a talk on her work today at 4:30 in Binns-Merrill room C. Mlasowsky works with glass as installation and performance- below is an image of one of her videos currently on view at the Corning Museum of Art.
Also today at noon in in the Nevins Theater is a talk from Seattle-based Curator, Miranda Metcalf, on effective strategies for gallery submissions. How do you approach a gallery? What images do you need? What can you do to be prepared? This will be a good conversation about preparedness, professionalism and learning how to get your work out in the world.
Hope you can make both or either of these events!