Posted on 16 May 2013. Click to visit our Events Calendar Raianne Richards & Mark Mandeville. By ANDREW WILKINS This weekend, our community features several live music performances and visual arts events, as well more races
Want to learn more about game design for social good? Then get ready to work as hard as you play in this brief but intense workshop. DSI faculty members Matt Parker, renowned game designer, and Asi Burak, co-president of Games for Change, will provide an overview of digital and nondigital games that help children and adults around the world become more thoughtful, responsible and committed citizens through play
By Eric Feber The Virginian-Pilot © May 6, 2013 Middle school teacher Wendy Burr and 12 Chesapeake public school students brought home top honors from the area-wide 2013 Elie Wiesel Writing and Visual Arts Competition. The creative contest’s purpose is to remember the horrors of World War II Nazi atrocities, and to further the mission of teaching morality, tolerance and rational thinking while exhorting society to stand up to bullying everywhere, said Elena Barr Baum, director of the local Holocaust Commission.
FringeArts new First Friday program The Proposition Tent features a number of artists presenting around a single theme under a big red tent. (Images courtesy FringeArts) If you see a big red tent in the Callowhill neighborhood tonight, go inside.
May 2nd, 2013 School of Visual Arts Undergraduate exhibition features work in painting, graphic design and sculpture Boston, MA – The School of Visual Arts at the College of Fine Arts (CFA) at Boston University is proud to announce One Room, BFA Thesis Exhibitions 2013, featuring the work of undergraduate students receiving their Bachelor of Fine Arts. One Room BFA Thesis Exhibitions 2013 Dates: Friday, May 3 – Friday, May 10, 2013 Opening Reception: Friday, May 3, 6–8pm Location: 808 Gallery (808 Commonwealth Avenue) Exhibition and Gallery Events are Free and Open to the Public BFA Painting Exhibition Each student in the BFA Painting Program studies perspective and spatial relationships through geometric forms
Internationally renowned feminist scholar, cultural analyst and art historian Griselda Pollock, art historian Richard Meyer, and curator and critic Helena Reckitt are the featured guests of the 2013 Joan & Martin Goldfarb … See the original post here: YFile » Summer Institute in Visual Arts considers 'Unexpected …
The Arts Department of Wexford County Council (WCC) and Wexford Arts Centre (WAC) in partnership with the Arts Council invite applications from interested visual artists and curators resident in County Wexford to partake in … Continue reading here: Living Art Project: Call for Visual Artists and Curators
Boston University College of Fine Arts Community Finds Healing through Art. April 23rd, 2013. Above: In the wake of the tragedy that occurred at the Boston Marathon, College of Fine Arts Dean Benjamín Juárez talks about the duty of the arts … View original post here: Boston University College of Fine Arts Community Finds Healing [...]
OGDEN, Utah – Weber State University’s Mary Elizabeth Dee Shaw Gallery invites the public to the opening reception of works by Department of Visual Arts graduates April 19 from 7 to 9 p.m.
A group of College of Visual Arts alumni and other supporters are quitting their effort to stave off the St. Paul school’s planned closure this summer. The group, called CVA Action, announced Wednesday, April 10, that it was suspending a bid to keep the college open.