|The details…||If sick with a fever, please stay home. Notify faculty of your absence. Contact your doctor or MU Health Center (288-7184).
Use hand sanitizers and remember to wash your hands often.
If absent for a length of time, please contact Jennifer Crandall, the Associate Dean of Students, to coordinate make up of missed course work.
|Contact name:||Jennifer Crandall|
|What?||Yoga and Meditation Classes|
|Time?||Yoga 2 pm-3:30 and/or Meditation 3:35 – 4pm|
|Where?||Yama Yoga Studio at 231 E. Buffalo, 2nd Floor|
|How Much?||Free for all students|
|The details…||The class is taught by Amy Parnel and held at Yama Yoga Studio at 231 E. Buffalo. You must sign in and wear clothes ready to be able to move in. Bring a mat if you have one the studio also has props available.
Meditation helps to achieve peace of mind by lowering stress and focusing the mind and breath. Meditation is the practice of being still, watching the breath, and observing the mind; simple techniques which bring people balance in all parts of their lives. With meditation we learn how our mind works and what we need to do to help our thoughts become more positive and empowering. Each class includes instruction, guided meditation, and question & answer format. Please come and enjoy a moment of peace and calm.
|Contact name:||Ricky Heldt|
|The details…||Love how the new union looks? Want to have your band play there? Want to organize a poetry reading? How about hosting a movie night on the new flat-screen tv?
If any of these ideas appeal to you, or if you have an even better idea, email Lydia Jarvis for details.
|Contact name:||Lydia Jarvis|
|Date?||Thursday, January 27th|
|Where?||Brooks Stevens Gallery|
Panelists: Marc Roehrle M.Arch., Partner at Bauenstudio, Adjunct Professor, SARUP, University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee
Eric Oxendorf, MIAD alum and architectural, industrial, location photographer
MIAD Associate Professor Chris Szczesny-Adams, Ph.D.
Cate Deicher, MA, CMA, Choreographer, educator, writer
Moderated by MIAD Professor Natanya Blanck.
|Date?||Friday, February 4th|
|Time?||6:30 pm – 9 pm|
|Where?||MIAD’s East Gallery|
“Fahimeh Vahdat: Dreaming of a Free Iran,” On view through February 12
Artist Statement: Growing up in the Iranian culture and with its long period of censorship, I have learned to speak through the language of metaphors. Currently the metaphor speaks through the layers of canvas and fabrics in multitude of traditional and non-traditional ways. My work confronts female oppression, violence, and human rights abuses especially in Iran. As an Iranian-American Baha’i woman and artist living in exile, my work also addresses the experience of “in-betweenness” of living a dual life, as the two merge and separate.
|The details…||MIAD seniors and Industrial Design majors Maxwell Morein and Riley Erickson were featured on Lake Effect. Morein and Erickson took top honors in the Association of Rotational Molders’ (ARM) International Student Design Competition with eco-friendly, inventive projects.|
|Contact name:||Vivian Rothschild|
|The details…||Just a reminder that in order to park in the student lot you must be a commuter student and you must have a valid parking permit. Permits are almost sold out so if you have not gotten your permit please register now. There are only five permits left. Any vehicle parked in the student lot without the proper permit will be ticketed. Also the Babcock lot located at Milwaukee and Erie streets and the lot behind the student union on Menomonee street are private lots. Any unauthorized vehicles in these lots will be ticketed and or towed at the owners expense.|
|Contact name:||Keith Kotowicz|
|Date?||2/4/2011 – 3/19/2011|
|Time?||Opening Reception: Fri, Feb 4 from 5 – 9pm. Regular hours: Tue – Sat, noon – 5pm|
|Where?||Walker’s Point Center for the Arts, 839 S. 5th ST, Milwaukee|
|How Much?||Free Admission|
|The details…||New collaborative work by KarinHaas, Jessica Steeber and Cassandra Smith.|
|Contact name:||Mary Overman|
|Date?||Wednesday Jan., 26th|
|Where?||Marquette Universitie’s Eckstein Hall|
|The details…||Alec Soth, photographer, will be featured in an opening lecture, “The Paralyzed Cyclops,” and book signing for the Haggerty Museum of Art Wednesday, Jan. 26, at 6 p.m. in Eckstein Hall. Soth’s photographs have been featured in numerous solo and group exhibitions, including the 2004 Whitney and São Paulo Biennials. In 2008, a large survey exhibition of Soth’s work was exhibited at Jeu de Paume in Paris and Fotomuseum Winterthur in Switzerland.|
|Contact name:||Jordan Brethauer|
|Date?||Friday, January 28th|
|Where?||Depart from the Union – Destination Tyrol Basin|
|How Much?||Free Lift Tickets for the first 20 people that sign up in R45.|
|The details…||…twenty words or less… …use weblink for more details…|
|Contact name:||Sarah Church|