|Time?||Most of the day|
|Where?||Sky Knights East Troy WI|
|How Much?||$119 MIAD Student $139 Everyone else|
|The details…||This is a fantastic deal the usual cost $189 a person.
Some other details:
Please let me know ASAP if you are interested and I will give you further instructions.
|Contact name:||Katlyn Ross|
|Date?||October 4th, 2010|
|Time?||5pm – 7pm|
|Where?||Discovery World’s Digital Theater – 500 N. Harbor Drive|
|How Much?||Free for MIAD students and faculty|
|The details…||Discovery World will be screening Rivers and Tides, a documentary about British sculptor of natural materials Andy Goldsworthy.|
|Contact name:||Alex Boyes|
We are in the process of putting together 42 Lines, the zine that is being published by and for MIAD students. The zine is going to be a collection of the art and culture of Milwaukee. If you are interested in submitting some content to the publication, please email Andrew Coyle (firstname.lastname@example.org) a PDF of your work. You can send anything you think would be interesting that you have done and that you would like to see published.
Below are a few ideas of the content we are looking for.
-Art and/or design work you have created
You can submit anonymously if you would like or we can publish your name next to the content. Please specify this in the email.
You can send files to Mary Claire Ramirez, Monica Miller, and Jillian Stiles as well. (email@example.com, firstname.lastname@example.org, email@example.com)
If you are interested in the creation of the zine other than submissions, or if you have any comments about 42 Lines please let me know and I can see how to get you involved.
|Contact name:||Andrew Coyle|
|Time?||…the time of the event… or “all day”…|
|Where?||600 N. Park St. Madison, WI|
|How Much?||…is there a charge? or is it free?|
|The details…||Make zines? Know anyone who does? Interested in selling/distributing them at Madison Zine Fest? Contact fest exhibitors Lydia Jarvis and Sara Caron for more information.|
|Contact name:||Sara Caron, Lydia Jarvis|
|What?||Call to Action|
|The details…||Dear MIAD Students,
For the past twenty three years, a man named Joseph Kony has been leading a brutal and horrifying revolution against the government of Uganda; brutal because the war has displaced 1.8 million people and horrifying because it is estimated that 90% of Kony’s LRA (Lord’s Resistance Army) were abducted as children (Invisible Children Inc.) I can not help but think, why do Western governments not take action when the idea of child soldiers has been condemned for years?
|Contact name:||Alley Grace|
|The details…||To keep the list fresh, we have purged all the old student phone numbers from the system on September 15, 2010.
STUDENTS MUST SIGN UP AGAIN TO RECEIVE TEXT MESSAGES FOR THE 2010-2011 SCHOOL YEAR.
go to miad.edu/textalert
Use the form to sign up for official MIAD communications via text messages and email. Faculty and staff are urged to check their accounts for accuracy.
This system will be used in cases of unscheduled closings (such as snow days), emergencies, and other urgent and important situations.
The messages are sent by SMS text, and also (if you choose) by email. Depending on your plan, you may be charged by your phone provider for messages received.
This system is completely voluntary and designed to be managed by you. You’ll be asked to set up a password when you sign up. This will allow you to make changes to your account later on. For example, you may wish to change your notification phone number, or your wireless carrier. You can even cancel the service if that’s what you prefer.
|Contact name:||Dave O’Meara|
|The details…||At 9:00 in the morning on September 22nd, the day of the Performance Art Showcase, 88.9 Radio Milwaukee announcer Jordan Lee will be interviewing senior Danielle Rosen about her piece, PROXIMITY MAINTENANCE. Please tune in and then come that night to the 4th Floor Gallery between 7:30 and 9:30 to participate!|
|Contact name:||Pegi Christiansen|
|Date?||Friday, September 24|
|Where?||234 W. Florida|
|The details…||This annual, juried exhibition continues with fine art works curated by Keith Nelson ’00 (Painting) and participating artists Mary DiBiasio ’06, Chad Hallblade ’02, Alison Heape ’06, Juliet Jaeger ’06, David Kasir ’01, Katie Martin ’01, Amanda Proeber ’00, Kristina Rolander ’01, Catherine Stack ’01, Oliver Sweet ’06, Paul Stoelting ’03, Amanda Tollefson ’04, Shane Walsh ’01 and Lindsey Wolkowicz ’03. Open Saturdays, 12 – 4 p.m. until October 16. Generously sponsored by Park Bank.
234 W. Florida, in the Fifth Ward
|Contact name:||Melissa Dorn Richards|
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MIAD Student Government Mission Statement:
• The mission of MIAD’s Student Government is to take action to develop community, communication and change.
MIAD Student Government Goals:
Why did the MIAD Student Government move away from the traditional pre-existing system?
What we came up with:
How do the Committees run?
• This year Student Government is open to anyone who is dedicated and willing.
|Contact name:||Kyle Diener or Ashley Janke|
|The details…||Are you a musician? a poet? a comedian? Interested in performing at the MIAD Student Union this semester? Contact me, Lydia Jarvis, to set up your show!|
|Contact name:||Lydia Jarvis|