|The details…||Happy Holidays Ice Carvers!
The 8th annual Ice Sculpting Competition, known as Sculptures on Ice will take place on Gallery Night which is Friday, January 21.
The sculpting will all take place in Catalano Square in the Historic Third Ward.
Good news – we added electric circuits throughout the park so we can fit a lot of sculptures in different places now and everything will be quite bright!
If you would like to participate please email me with your response by Wednesday, December 23.
You will have 8 hours to carve – 10am-6pm on Friday, January 21st.
This year’s theme is “The Wild Wild West”
Participants will receive 1 block of ice.
1. Adherence to Theme
2. Creativity and Skill in Carving
3. Intricacy and Detail
4. “Subject” must be Recognizable
Prizes are as follows:
Group 1st – $500
So that wraps it up. Any questions please do not hesitate to email me.
If you know of anyone who would like to carve that is new to our competition please send them my way.
Email me back the following:
1. Will you be competing? Individual or Group (I need all names in the group)
2. Do you need power for a chainsaw?
3. Do you need any ice picks or scrapers?
|Contact name:||Nancy O’Keefe|
|The details…||Posters by Communication Design juniors Sami Mainiero and Alisha Denomme were selected from thousands of entries for the International Student Poster Design Competition exhibition.|
|Contact name:||Vivian Rothschild|
|The details…||Click the link below and sign up to receive information on MAM After Dark, Art Museum Events and Artist Lectures.|
|The details…||Just a friendly reminder that there are still several items left in lost and found. We have items such as cell phone chargers, reading glasses,sun glasses, sketch pads, car keys, memory sticks, a bible and two skateboards. If you may have lost any of these items please stop by the security desk. Any items left in lost and found after 4:00pm Friday December 17th will be donated or disposed of. Have a safe and wonderful break.|
|Contact name:||Keith Kotowicz|
|Date?||December 17th, 2010|
|Where?||nAbr gallery (1142 E Walworth St, Attic)|
|How Much?||Free Admission|
|The details…||nAbr gallery is pleased to announce the one night opening of Positive Evasions, featuring Sarah Luther, on Friday, December 17th, from 8-11pm. Luther’s work deals largely with the documentation of social environments and interactions. Positive Evasions considers these issues in an introspective approach, investigating the limitations of social crutches and their potentially beneficial outcomes, through her sketch book inquiries as well as a dance party performance.|
|Contact name:||Ashley Janke|
|Date?||Tuesday December 14, 2010|
|Where?||At MIAD on the River Level under the stairs by the Frederick Layton Gallery.|
|The details…||We changed the date because foundation students have to attend something for class that day. And so far most of the club is made up of foundation students.|
|Contact name:||Kaitlyn Garfoot|
|Date?||Thursday, December 9th|
|The details…||Are you working late in your studios tonight? Join us in the MIAD Cafe for free pancakes to take a break!|
|Contact name:||Tony Nowak|
|The details…||Check your student mailbox (near the cafeteria) before you leave for winter break!|
|Contact name:||Ricky Heldt|
|The details…||The end of the semester is fast approaching. There are several unclaimed items in lost and found. If you may have lost items please stop by the security desk and see if we have your items. Any items not claimed by Friday December 17 will be disposed of. Below is a list of items currently in lost and found.
Sweaters, jackets, gloves, water bottles,sketch books, note pads, cell phone chargers,sunglasses, reading glasses,skateboards,car keys and memory sticks.These items have been in lost and found for several weeks. If you lost any of these items please stop by the security desk.Have a safe and enjoyable break.
|Contact name:||Keith Kotowicz|