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Oh, yes. Snacks will be served. Information on the upcoming info session for the graduate program is below. Per usual, I’m the messenger, so if you have questions, please contact Dr. Kahn, his email is below. VCU’s da Vinci Center is hosting an information session on its Master of Product Innovation program, Wednesday, February 20, from 5:00p to 6:30p in E4229 Engineering East
I thought I would lump these all together since you either work with a lens, or you don’t. If you do, these apply to you. If not, make sure your friends that do know about these. It’s always worth it to put yourself out there. The Philadelphia Photo Arts Center announces it’s 4th annual contemporary
I know the notice is a bit short. If you can’t make it in on time this year, mark your calendar for next so you can be 100% on top of it. Great chance to curate a show in New York City. In the words of apexart: apexart’s Unsolicited Proposal program is an opportunity for
One word. FUN. CreateAthon at VCU is a 24-hour creative blitz dedicated to helping local non-profits. Student leaders work in coordination with student volunteers over a 2-day period that takes places during Spring Break (March 7th-8th) to produce free advertising and marketing materials that improve their communities. They are assisted in this task by volunteer
The Siena Art Institue is located in Siena, Italy. Offering small courses, the program is designed for students who are pursing a BA or BFA at their home institutions. As always, if you’re looking to study abroad for a semester, make sure to be in communication with your advisor. A little quote from their
I know there are a LOT of you out there that are involved with writing or running online, or print, journals. If you love that kind of work there’s a great opportunity for you to get paid for it. Actus: The Undergraduate Journal of Research and Creativity is looking for editors, assistant editors and article
OK, so DegreeWorks isn’t exactly as great as Facebook, or Instagram, or Twitter, but for you as a student here at VCU that needs to take the right classes at the right time, it ranks pretty high up there. By now, you all should know about the Degree Audit. Well, that’s going away (sorry if
Student Art Space is excited to be hosting a portion of Mark Strandquist’s ongoing project, ‘Write Home Soon’. ‘Write Home Soon’, is an ongoing project that bridges public installation and social practice methods through interactive public installations, city-wide workshops, and an exhibition of participant created post-cards depicting spaces that individuals have lost in their lifetime.
Below is a information your fellow student, Megan Oost sent forward. I hope you can make it! Clay is for Lovers Virginia Commonwealth University Silent Auction and Sale February 7 to February 9, opening reception and silent auction 5:00 pm, February 7 Work by Andrea Keys-Connell, Jason Hackett, Debbie Quick, and Ben Stout for silent
THE KINSEY INSTITUTE JURIED ART SHOW 2013 THE GRUNWALD GALLERY OF ART; MAY 17-JULY 13, 2013 The Kinsey Institute for Research in Sex, Gender and Reproduction is accepting submissions from artists 18 years and older creating artworks relating to human sexual behavior, gender and/or reproduction. The jurors are interested in artworks that depict both the positive