LAST PORTFOLIO WORKSHOP OF THE SEMESTER!
Critically important for artists! See you soon!
CALL FOR MURAL PROPOSALS!! Open to all Pro Arts Consortium Member school students (SMFA folks, that includes you).
You get $3000, plus materials!!!!
Emerson College’s School of the Arts invites Pro Arts Consortia students to submit proposals to create a mural for the lobby of the Visual and Media Arts Department offices on the 5th floor of the Paramount Theater Building on Washington Ave. The wall is approx. 8’ high x 25’ wide (see images above). The proposed mural can be executed in paint or print media (reliefs or sculptural proposals are discouraged).
Interested students can submit a proposal that describes the proposed mural and its execution with a rendering.
Emerson College is a school of communications and the arts that has embraced community and global engagement, innovation, and diversity as its strategic goals. Applicants should propose a mural scheme that reflects broadly on the arts, visual and/or performing.
Proposals due to Lauren Azzalina ( Lauren_Azzalina@emerson.edu ) by Friday, April 25. The winning proposal will be announced on approx. May 1. The mural should be executed during the summer break.
If you’re around this summer, give a thought to applying for this!! It’s a pretty cool opportunity, and honestly, who among us could not use a spare $3000?
Guess what, art people? YOU NEED A GOOD RESUME.
Finding yourself overwhelmed by that idea? No idea where to start? Have a resume already, but know it could use improvement? At least it could use a polish, you think?
COME TO THE NEXT RESUME (& cover letter) OFFICE OF CAREER SERVICES WORKSHOP!!
April 8! Tuesday! 5:15pm! In the 2nd floor conference room! At SMFA! Run by cartoon graduate fellows! Accompanied by a presentation with many rhino images! Wow! Totally a thing you should attend!
LAST RESUME WORKSHOP OF THE YEAR!!!
Public Radio International recently did a bit on The League of Kitchens— a ‘culinary adventure’ in NYC where you take cooking lessons in the home kitchens of immigrants, and learn to cook all authentic and whatnot.
This is a workshop-based company, and it was started by Lisa Gross, who got her MFA at (dun dun duuuuuuun!) the School of the Museum of Fine Arts. Rhino4ever.
This is a post about the upcoming Jobs Fair. If you don’t already know, it’s happening right here in Anderson Auditorium on March 11th (that’s practically tomorrow!)
If you’re about to graduate this spring you should be there! Folks do get job offers from this kind of thing.
Anyway, drop by the office of career services if you want to go over your resume, or if you just want some more info.
And yes… the photo is upside down. Sometimes you just need a different perspective.
Did you come to the OCS workshop on how to document your work, thus gaining valuable knowledge that allowed you to go forth and capture excellent images of the art that you are making?
Adam Matak came to that very workshop, then successfully documented his own work. All was professional and beautiful and the arts were advanced and THIS COULD HAVE BEEN YOU, IF YOU CAME TO THE WORKSHOP.