I’m pleased to announce that a painting of mine will be on display in Holiday Delights, a group exhibition at Elizabeth Harris Gallery. You’ll find all the pertinent information on the attached invitation.
Hope to see you at the opening/holiday party on Saturday, December 7th!
Archive for November, 2013
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The Art Department Writing Tutors specialize in writing about Art and are familiar with our expectations, they are great! Don’t wallow in fear over a paper, get yourself in to see them.
Our tutors are Paul D’Agostino and the other is Kurt Johnson. Hosting hours in the Meier Bernstein Art Library, 5300 Boylan, you can drop in or make an appointment for help with:
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Hours for the Fall 2013 semester
Monday 9-12:30 (Paul) and 4-6 (Kurt)
Wednesday 9-12:30 (Paul) and 1-4 (Kurt) and 7-9 (Kurt)
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On Monday, November 25, from 4-5:30 pm there will be an exhibit of MFA work in the Dean’s Office, 1234 Boylan.
This show looks at the use of artificial or natural light to engage perception, increase awareness of surroundings and/or interaction with those surroundings. The show prompts the viewer to think of how visual processing and filtering effects our perceptions.
All are invited to attend.
Basic Design ; Exhibition November 17- November 24; Reception; Wednesday, November 20th, 5 pm-6 pm refreshmentsNovember 18, 2013
> The Basic Design Show is now on exhibition in the Boylan Art Gallery (5th Floor). It runs > from November 17 – November 24. There will be a reception and > refreshments on Wednesday November 20th from 5:00pm-6:00pm. >
> All are welcomed!
Please join us on Thursday, 21 November, from 7-9pm for a gallery discussion related to our current simposio exhibit, By-Productions, or Asides. While digressive matters of conversation are always welcome at Centotto, this time they will be, in a sense, the point.
More information about the show, including a link to the very brief simposio reading, is available here. If you would like a PDF featuring that text alongside the artists’ writings related to the exhibit, let me know.
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Our own Professor Arnold Brooks is represented in this!
> Brittani Alston and Rob Peterson
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> The Scholarship Office is seeking applicants for the 2014 Rosen Fellowship. >
> The Rosen Fellowship grants undergraduate students the opportunity to create an out-of-classroom experience that will promote creative or career advancement.
> Students may propose a full range of activities, including study abroad, personalized internships, scientific research, artistic expression, or community engagement. All applications will be evaluated on the basis of creativity and the degree to which the proposal will credibly advance the student’s personal and professional life goals. Fellowships are competitive and will provide stipends of up to $5,000 to each chosen recipient
> All full-time undergraduate Brooklyn College students in good standing may apply for the Rosen Fellowship provided that, at the time of application, they have completed at least 30 credits and not more than 90 credits. It is expected that the student will complete at least two more semesters at Brooklyn College after completion of the Fellowship.
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