Grad Studies Announcements
Job Opportunity: Grad Lab Tech Assistant Positions Available
Experience in the following fields is a huge plus: large format printing, color management, video editing and capture equipment/programs, sound recording and editing equipment/programs, circuit design, AV checkout, 3D modeling programs, digital photography equipment/programs, and object orientated programming.
If you are interested send your resume to Patrick Hunt at email@example.com to set up a time to meet.
Friday, 9/5: Opening Reception - LOCALLY SOURCED
Opening Reception: Friday, September 5, 5-7pm
Fred Lazarus IV Center | Maryland Institute College of Art
Sheila and Richard Riggs & Leidy Galleries
Join us for the opening reception of LOCALLY SOURCED at the Maryland Institute College of Art's Sheila and Richard Riggs & Leidy Galleries for an evening of art locally sourced from right here in Station North! For the exhibition, five artists — Aaron Henkin, Jason Hoylman, NETHER, Wendel Patrick, and Paula Whaley — showcase newly commissioned works in sculpture, sound, photography, painting, and installation. Through LOCALLY SOURCED these artists explore how exchanges between local artists and their neighbors help a community thrive.
More info at locallysourced.weebly.com
Wednesday, 9/10: Graduate Student Council Meeting
Wednesday, 9/10, 2:30-3:30pm
Lazarus Center Auditorium, Lazarus Center, First Floor
Visiting Artist Lecture Series
- Barry Schwabsky, 10 am, Lazarus Center Auditorium, Lazarus Center, 1st Floor - Sponsored by LeRoy E. Hoffberger School of Painting
- Patty Chang, 1:30 pm, Lazarus Center Auditorium, Lazarus Center, 1st Floor - Sponsored by Mount Royal School of Art
- Silas Munro, 12pm, Graphic Design Seminar Room, Brown Center, 4th Floor - Sponsored by the MFA in Graphic Design
Wednesday, 9/3: Grad Lab Orientation (TODAY!)
Attending new students will be added to the Lab's equipment checkout system and given space on/access to the Grad Lab Drobo. Don't know what a Drobo is? Come to the orientation and find out! Thursday, August 28th, 10-11am at the Grad Lab. Repeat sessions will be held Friday, August 29th from 10-11am and Wednesday, September 3rd from 2:30-3:30pm
Instructor: Patrick Hunt
Wednesday, 9/3: 2:30-3:30pm
Grad Lab, Lazarus Center, 5th Floor
Thursday, 9/11: Grad Lab Workshop - Intro to Digital Printing
Instructor: Patrick Hunt
Thursday, 9/11: 7:30-10:30pm
Lazarus Center, 5th Floor
Friday, 9/12: Lazarus Center Wood Shop Orientation
Friday, 9-12, 4-5:30pm
Lazarus Center Wood Shop
Lazarus Center, Lower Level
Exhibitions, Lectures, Things to Do
Lecture: Chakaia Booker | Are We There Yet?
Harold J. Kaplan Concert Hall, CA 3042
Center for the Arts, Towson University,
Towson, MD 21252
Chakaia Booker, past Artist-in-Residence at MICA's Rinehart School of Sculpture, will be discussing her career and the work in her current exhibition at Holtzman MFA Gallery at Towson University. She is an interdisciplinary artist with interests in racial and economic difference, globalization and gender issues. Booker has exhibited her work extensively throughout the United States and the world. Her works are in numerous public collections including: The Studio Museum, Harlem, NYC; Storm King Art Center, Mountainville, NY and the Metropolitan Museum Art, NYC. Free and open to the public!
Catch These Openings Around Town:
September 5, 2014 – October 25, 2014
Opening Reception: Friday, September 5, 5:30-7:30pm
Bromo Seltzer Arts Tower
21 South Eutaw Street
Baltimore, MD 21201
Visit “Artificial Light,” a photography exhibition by Duncan Madaris Hill (Photographic and Electronic Media '14), at Bromo Seltzer Arts Tower from Friday, September 5 through Saturday, October 25, 2014. Hill’s work focuses on spaces lit with artificial lighting. He believes whether by coincidence, or clearly designed intention, artificial light informs, evokes, and manipulates the onlooker. Guests have an opportunity to view the exhibition, meet the artists, and enjoy refreshments at a free reception on Friday, September 5, 2014 from 5:30pm to 7:30pm. Bromo Seltzer Arts Tower is located at 21 S. Eutaw Street.
Matthew Fishel, Mount Royal '10: In The End, We Were Never So Different @ School 33 Art Center
September 5, 2014 – October 25, 2014
Opening Reception: Friday, September 5, 6-9pm
School 33 Art Center
1427 Light Street
Matthew Fishel is a graduate of Mount Royal School of Art '10, and Post-Baccalaureate Fine Arts '08.
Two Cold War bombers--an American B-52 and a Soviet Tu-95--follow an eternal flight path across a misty arctic sea. Having lived out their useful lives, they continue to spend their days as they are accustomed--flying in circles and dropping no bombs. Perhaps they have grown fond of each other."
"In the End, We Were Never So Different" is a meditation on crisis, missed potential, and changing relationships. It is a short film with no clear beginning or end, subverting linear time and creating an opportunity for the viewer to determine their own experience.
Opening Weekend for 5x5
Reception - Friday, September 5, 6:30 - 8:30 PM
Capitol Skyline Hotel
10 I Street SW, Washington, DC 20024
Meet the curators and artists behind DC's largest public art exhibition! The event is free, but reservations are required. RSVP here.
Be sure to visit our website for a complete listing of events being presented by the curators and artists on opening weekend and over the coming weeks! http://www.the5x5project.com/events/
CALL FOR DANCERS & MOVERS!
If interested please email inquiries to: firstname.lastname@example.org
Call for Submissions: fields magazine, winter 2014
We are also accepting ideas for stories, profiles, interviews, and essays, for both web and print. If there is a particular artist or subject that you think would make for a good feature and you are interested in writing about it, please let us know. Pitches should be accompanied by an introductory paragraph and an outline of the article. The deadline for pitches is September 15. Download the full call.
For more information, see www.fieldsmagazine.com or e-mail us at email@example.com.
West Elm Small Business Grants
At west elm, we believe feeling truly at home means connecting with your community—that’s why we're partnering with local makers and designers to hand-pick unique, regionally sourced pieces for our stores. By the end of 2014, we’ll have LOCAL assortments at 23 of our locations, supporting over 200 artists across the country.
To help them grow from the ground up, we’re excited to offer a $25,000 small business grant to one local maker or designer—plus the potential to be included in our assortment for three runners up.
More info here! https://www.westelmlocalgrant.com