This week around the department of art:
ENTRIES ACCEPTED TODAY THROUGH WEDNESDAY!
FOR the 2014 ANNUAL JURIED UNDERGRADUATE STUDENT ART EXHIBITION will be April 21, 22 and 23. This year! FREE ENTRIES! OVER $1500 IN AWARDS
SUBMISSIONS TO BE COLLECTED IN THE SARAH SPURGEON GALLERY
OPEN TO ANY CWU UNDERGRADUATE
THURSDAY, April 24, – Tom O’Day & Greg Stiles –artist talk - (jurors for this year’s student art exhibit) - 4:00 PM - Randall 117
Spokane Falls Community College faculty members, Tom O’Day and Greg Stiles are this year’s jurors for the 2014 Annual Juried Undergraduate Student Art Exhibition. They are on campus this Thursday making selections for inclusion and awards for the exhibit that will open next week. They will be presenting their artwork in a public lecture at 4pm, April 24th in Randall 117.
Originally from New York, Greg Stiles is currently a design instructor at Spokane Falls Community College. Greg studied Graphic Design at the Art Institute of Seattle, is a member of the American Institute of Graphic Arts and received the 2010 Spokane Advertising Professional of the Year Award.Awards include: Print’s Regional Design Annual, Broadcast Design Association National Competition (BDA), Society of Technical Communicators Northwest Competition, International Association of Business Communicators Competition, Spokane Advertising Federation MAX | ADDY Awards.
Tom O’Day began teaching at Spokane Falls Community College in 1986. He is a studio art instructor and the gallery director. O’Day’s work has been exhibited throughout the Western United States; Space Gallery, Los Angeles,; California State University Galleries, Northridge; Security Pacific Plaza in both downtown Los Angeles and Seattle; Center on Contemporary Art CoCA, Seattle; Tacoma Art Museum; Chase Gallery; Jundt Art Museum; Museum of Arts and Culture; Eastern Washington University and most recently at Whitworth University. Tom has received numerous awards including, Artist Fellowship from Artist Trust in Seattle.
Mighty Tieton (MT) is a business incubator located in the small orchard town of Tieton, Washington. MT helps artisan businesses develop in Tieton by connecting creative professionals to underutilized resources and national markets. Supporting this economic growth, the Tieton-based not-for-profit, Tieton Arts & Humanities, produces cultural and artistic events with the aim of increasing tourism to Tieton and contributing to the vitality of the city.
The ideal Mighty Tieton intern is interested in community development and the Arts. Internship candidates might enjoy planning concerts, organizing and giving art lessons, creating websites and apps, pickling things, brewing beer, or baking bread and selling it from home. The ideal candidate likes to make things, and likes to make things happen.
Application Due: April 25th.
Rock Against Rape
Date/Time: Wednesday, April 30th
Location: SURC Ballroom
Deadline to register: Monday, April 28th at 5PM
Rock Against Rape is an event sponsored by VIP (Violence Intervention and Prevention) to spread awareness about sexual assault and how it can affect our lives. There will be live music, games, food, and the Art Battle. Visitors will watch as you create a piece of art during the event. You will start your piece at 4pm, and hour before the event starts. A 24in. x 30in. pre-stretched canvas will be provided for you. You are responsible for all other materials you need, including an easel if necessary. Additional info on the registration form.
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