Propose to GradEx!
Submission Deadline: Thursday, 11/14/2013
- Show title.
- Images of the work (jpeg, 72dpi, 1200 pixels on the long side)- may include sketches of proposed work.
- Dimensions and medium of the work.
- Any other pertinent images or information that will help the selection committee visualize your plan.
Email proposal to MICAGradEx@gmail.com. Use the show you are applying for as the subject line.
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Call for Papers: "Rethinking Intellectual Activism," First Annual Language, Literacy and Culture Graduate Student Conference at UMBC
From the Organizing Committee: "We are seeking submissions of full panel discussions, roundtable discussions, individual papers, performative works, or art installations for our conference, which is titled “Rethinking Intellectual Activism.” This is an excellent opportunity for graduate students to share their work with their peers and network with a diverse body of scholars and activists. We look forward to a day of inspiring dialogues that engage graduate students from all social sciences and humanities inter/disciplines and activists working to bring social justice on various political fronts."
"Rethinking Intellectual Activism" will take place Saturday, April 12, 2014 at UMBC.
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Ceremonial Kimonos Available to Students
A photo studio and Kimono rental company in Kyoto (Creare Bridal Studio) contacted us about used rental bridal kimono (Shiromuku) that they have available for sale, thinking students might like to use them for painting supports or other artistic purposes:
"We have a few dozen used Shiromuku and we are wondering if there are any ways to reuse them. Then we came up with rather crazy idea of using them as canvas. Shiromuku is white kimono usually worn by a bride on a wedding day. Shiro means white and Muku means pureness. To be honest, I don't know what it will mean to paint on a white and sacred kimono. I thought art students would have great approach (or more interesting idea) to make arts out of it.
You can find more information about Shiromuku: http://fyoshie060861.blogspot.jp/2008/03/japanese-traditional-wedding-style.html
If you are interested, please let me know.
We are thinking $25-$30/piece + shipping fee.
Price is negotiable for bulk buy."
For more information, please contact the Graduate Office.