Tuesday, February 1 · 12:00pm – 2:00pm
|Location||Conference Room, 3rd fl, Student Center|
|More Info||Lets start the semester off right. We have the opportunity to do big things this semester.
and Great Volunteer Opportunities
REFRESHMENTS WILL BE SERVED!!!!
Also check them out on facebook: http://www.facebook.com/BrooklynCollegeArtGroupClub
Archive for January, 2011
For the first week of classes, there are some extra times where advising will be available, in addition to regular hours kept by the chair, Prof. Michael Mallory.
CHANGE OF DATE: TODAY! in SUBO, Transfer Evaluation from 12-5pm – all departments on campus are represented at this event, so if you need to transfer credits for the Art Department or any other, this is a good place to do it.
Mon. Jan. 31 Professor Ball will hold hours between 11:30-3:00pm in the Art Office, 5306 Boylan
ADVISING HOURS FOR THE SEMESTER
Robin Goodman, office assistant in the Art Department, will host regular hours this semester in the Art office, 5306 Boylan on Tuesdays, 1-3 and Wednesdays from 11-1.
Professor Doug Schwab will have advising hours during his office hours, Tuesdays 6-7pm
Of course, all faculty can advise you during their office hours; these hours provide additional support.
I’ve got some new work in this show opening on Friday, January 28th at ISCP
ISCP by subway: Take L train to Grand Street station. Walk three blocks east
on Grand Street, turn left on Morgan Avenue and one block north to
Metropolitan Avenue. ISCP is on Metropolitan Avenue between Morgan and
Vandervoort Avenues. The entrance is on the loading dock.
Hope to see you there!
*The Joan Mitchell Foundation Presents:*
*Fenced and Stitched*
*Works by Joan Mitchell Foundation Artist-Teachers *
Friday, January 28th, 7 – 9 PM
1040 Metropolitan Avenue
Brooklyn, New York
*On View January 28th – 30th, 2011*
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
JOAN MITCHELL FOUNDATION HONORS THE
ARTISTIC PRACTICES OF ITS ARTIST-TEACHERS
Opening Reception: Friday, January 28th, 7 – 9pm
(New York, NY) – *Fenced and Stitched*, an exhibition honoring the personal
artistic practices of the Joan Mitchell Foundation Artist-Teachers, will be
on view from January 28th – 30th, 2011 at the International Studio &
Curatorial Program (ISCP).
The exhibition features the works of *Natalie Beall, Jenn Brehm, Alan Calpe,
Jaqueline Cedar, Rick Diaz, Dave Eppley, Chris Hagerty, Molly Herman, Cosme
Herrera, Brian Hogan, Beth Krebs, Lael Marshall, Carlos Mateu, Emmy Kay
Mikelson, Rose Nestler, Maia Palileo, Antonia Perez, Anne Polashenski,
Jeffrey Ralston, Jaffia Royes, Wolfgang Ryan, Meghan Turbitt and Sher
The Joan Mitchell Foundation Art Education Program hires local working
artists to teach free after-school and Saturday studio art classes to New
York City youth. Through these programs, the Artist-Teachers share their
creative insight and skills with a younger generation of artists.
Show exhibition dates and times:
- Friday, January 28th, from 7 – 9 PM
- Saturday, January 29th, from 1 – 6 PM
- Sunday, January 30th, from 1 – 6 PM
*ISCP is located at 1040 Metropolitan Avenue in Brooklyn*. By subway take
the L train to Grand Street station. Walk three blocks east on Grand Street,
turn left on Morgan Avenue and one block north to Metropolitan Avenue. ISCP
is on Metropolitan Avenue between Morgan and Vandervoort Avenues. The
entrance is on the loading dock at Vandervoort Avenue.
Travis Laughlin, Art Education Program Director
For more information about the Joan Mitchell Foundation please visit
[image: Join Our Mailing
This email was sent to firstname.lastname@example.org by
| Instant removal with
The Joan Mitchell Foundation | 545 West 25th Street, 15th Flr | New York |
NY | 10001
Art Education Program Director
Joan Mitchell Foundation
545 West 25th Street, 15th Floor
New York, NY 10001
Summer internships at MASS MoCA
We offer a $100/wk stipend and housing for the interns that are working with us for the program. The program runs from Monday, May 30th – Sunday, September 4th.
Please pass along all this information and post on all bulletin boards and Career Services departments around your college/university.
*ESIBIZIONI, APERTURE, MOSTRE :: da Centotto*
20 gennaio MMXI
Please grace us with your presence at Centotto tomorrow for the
opening of *Portfolio
x Appunti: Zane
To reciprocate your gracefulness with some degree of graciousness, we
promise to surround you with palpably pseudo-wood-rendered niceties such as,
for instance, walls and records being deflowered by digits, an anchor hung
non-equinely from the ceiling, the decorous near-equine horn of a
post-industrial unicorn and, among other things, a rubber tree.
Sound intriguingly gratuitous? Please come see for yourself. We’ll be
grateful to have you here tomorrow evening.
With abundant *grazie*,
n.b. If this message is considered *non gratus*, write back telling me,
‘hey, no thanks.’
[image: Portfolio x Appunti card (t)-1.jpg]
Centotto :: galleria [simposio] salotto
250 Moore Street, #108
Brooklyn, NY 11206
For Art history students who are doing serious research in areas covered by the Frick collection, this is a great opportunity!
Please join us for the Frick Art Reference Library’s spring semester student open house. See below for details.
What: Student Open House
Who:Undergraduate, graduate, and continuing education students
Date: Thursday, February 17, 2011
Time: 11:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. No appointment necessary. Introductions every half hour. First-come, first-served.
Cost: Nothing! Use of the Library is free.
Bring: Photo ID and an open mind
Where: Frick Art Reference Library, 10 East 71st Street (between Madison and Fifth Avenue)
Directions: 6 train to 68th Street, F train to Lexington Avenue and 63rd Street, 72nd Street crosstown bus, or M1, M2, M3, M4 buses (on Madison or Fifth Avenue)
Google map:Click here <
*After visiting the Library, enjoy $5.00 admission to the museum with your student ID. The museum is open 10:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m. weekdays.
Chief of Public Services
The Public Services Staff
About the Frick Art Reference Library: The Frick Art Reference Library holds materials related to art of the Western tradition from the fourth century (C.E.) to the mid twentieth century, with a focus on paintings, drawings, sculpture, prints, and decorative arts. The Library works in conjunction with the libraries of the Brooklyn Museum and The Museum of Modern Art to provide access to shared collections and services through the New York Art Resources Consortium (NYARC).
The information transmitted is intended only for the person or
entity to which it is addressed and may contain confidential
and/or privileged material. Any review, retransmission,
dissemination or other use of, or taking of any action in
reliance upon, this information by persons or entities other
than the intended recipient is prohibited. If you received this
in error, please contact the sender and delete the material
from any computer.
The Feminist Breast: Women, Nudity and Portraiture
CAA Panel Discussion (to be held at the gallery NOT at the conference)
Panelists: Brandon Brame Fortune, Curator of Painting and Sculpture at the National Portrait Gallery; Kathleen Gilje, artist; art historian Diane Radycki, Assoc. Prof. Moravian College; Patrcia Cronin, artist and Associate Professor Brooklyn College; Clarity Haynes, Artist, and two models from the exhibition Radical Acceptance.
Saturday, February 12, 12:30-2
In conjunction with the College Art Association Conference and the exhibition of Clarity Haynes’ work at Tabla Rasa Gallery. For transportation from the conference, reserve a spot on the free shuttle from the conference locale by going to CAA’s conference website and clicking on Special Events. Please RSVP so that the gallery can plan for seating to email@example.com.
15% of all proceeds from sale of the exhibition catalogue will go to Gilda’s Club, NYC, where no one has to face cancer alone. The panel discussion is free and open to the public.
Tabla Rasa Gallery, 224 48th Street, Brooklyn
Feb. 12-March 5, 2011, opening reception 2:00pm Sat. Feb. 12
ART + AUCTION, MODERN PAINTERS – Editorial Intern
Louise Blouin Media, the publisher of art magazines Art+Auction, and Modern Painters, is currently seeking interns for the magazines’ editorial department.
Duties include fact-checking; transcribing interviews; reporting and writing short items; helping call in photos; updating the editorial calendar; some admin work. Pleasant working environment with small, tight-knit staff.
Requires a commitment of three months, 2-3 days per week. May be done for academic credit OR a very modest honorarium of $10/day.
Interest in art and the art market helpful but not required. Applicants should be well organized, proficient on Macs, and as comfortable on the phone as researching online. Familiarity with Microsoft Office applications and databases expected; experience with InDesign/InCopy a plus.
Please e-mail resume and cover letter to: editinterns
If you are interested in getting course credit for this or any other internship and want more information, please contact Professor Ball: firstname.lastname@example.org