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Art + Design

Stop by the Sarah Spurgeon Gallery and trade your thoughts on DACA (Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals) for an origami monarch butterfly. M.E.Ch.A. students lead a walk to the gallery on Thursday. Horatio Hung-Yan Law's exhibition DACA Lounge - A Dreamers Sanctuary is on view through March 14th. The Student Art Club is serving waffles on Tuesday and hosting open figure drawing on Friday. CROSSROADS - a exhibition of student artwork in the Provost Gallery continues through Winter quarter 2018 with an artist reception next week. Art scholarship portfolio applications are due this Friday. 
M.E.Ch.A. leads walk to the Sarah Spurgeon Gallery:
DACA Lounge—A Dream Sanctuary
The CWU student club M.E.Ch.A. (Movimiento Estudiantil Chicanx de Aztlán) will meet in the SURC Pit at 5PM on Thursday, February 22nd. The club will lead a walk around campus ending at the Spurgeon Gallery. M.E.Ch.A. will present a short film and have a spoken-word event where students talk about their experiences related to DACA.
DACA Lounge is an art installation inspired by the plight and courage of DACA students, who dare to “dream” despite their difficult and uncharted circumstances. The exhibition is cosponsored by the CWU Center for Diversity and Social Justice. 
A section of the exhibit is an interactive space for DREAMers and their allies, which is a collaboration between Horatio Law and CWU students. The CWU student club M.E.Ch.A. (Movimiento Estudiantil Chicanx de Aztlán) provided material, advice and feedback on the exhibition content. Students in the CWU Department of Art + Design assisted with the exhibit development and installation.
The darkened, lounge area of the exhibit invites gallery visitors to dream in solidarity with DACA students, encouraging quietude and calmness. Glowing, cloud-like, and inflatable lounging platforms of various sizes are available for both groups and individuals. Motion sensors control ambient sounds and LED lights, creating a space conducive to thoughtful contemplation, imagination, and meditation.
The DACA (Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals) Lounge invites all of us to dream in solidarity, and encourages quietude and calmness that are conducive to thoughtful contemplation, imagination, and meditation.
Horatio Law: 
DACA Lounge—A Dream Sanctuary
Sarah Spurgeon Gallery
Central Washington University
Exhibition on View February 15 - March 14, 2018
The Student Art Club [SAC]
From 8-10 a.m. on Tuesday this week.
The Student Art Club [SAC] will not hold it' weekly meeting this week.
Open Figure Drawing session
The Student Art Club hosts the weekly open figure drawing session on Fridays. Randall Hall room 219
3 - 5 PM
Come draw with us!
The Provost Gallery
CROSSROADS - Winter quarter 2018 exhibition - currently on view
Featuring the work of 13 Art + Design students.
Lee Sullivan, Isabelle Berry, Max Volkman, Matt Caleen , Makayla Miracle, Trinidad Oribio, Christian McGirk, Ross Schooley, Adrian Lee, Trisha Hall, Brock Owen, Kiara Castro and Savana Mayfield.
There will be a gallery reception February 27, 2018.
The Provost Gallery is located in Barge Hall 302.
Central Washington University’s Department of Art + Design is pleased to offer a wide variety of scholarship opportunities. 
These scholarships range in amounts from $500 to $6,047 (full tuition) and their individual requirements can be viewed here.
Department of Art + Design
Central Washington University
Randall Hall on Dean Nicholson Blvd.

I hope to see you around the department!

Gregg Schlanger, Chair
Department of Art + Design
Central Washington University

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