Pumpkin Carving Contest

Date? Thursday, October 27th
Time? 7:00pm – 8:30pm
Where? MIAD Cafeteria
How Much? FREE
The details… How can we celebrate Halloween without carving pumpkins? Join us THIS Thursday, and carve a pumpkin for a chance to win CA$$$H prizes! Awards go out to the scariest, funniest, cutest, and most unique! Candy and apple cider included…
Contact email: annemorningstar@miad.edu
Contact name: Anne Morningstar

Learning Resource Center Tip of the Week: Take Care of YOU!

The details… Be on top of your game by making sure you eat regularly. Always pack food/snacks as part of your departure for school routine. Even when your schedule is tight, you guarantee something in your stomach. Feed your body to feed your creative mind!
Contact email: cathrynwilson@miad.edu
Contact name: Cathryn Wilson

 

Zombie Apocalypse Group Bike Ride

Date? Thursday the 28th of OCtober
Time? Park residents meet in lobby at 8:15; ride begins at 9
Where? Park residents meet in lobby and will bike as a group to the start location. Start location: empty lot next to Jimmy John’s on Brady Street (Brady & Warren)
How Much? FREE AWESOMENESS!
The details… Started as a one-time-turned-monthly underwear bike ride this summer, MKEBKE is excited to continue a fun, monthly group ride open to any and all riders. Zombie Apocalypse. Really.. bicycles, zombies, and Halloween weekend. Do I really have to say more? Remember your bike lights and water!
Contact email: emilybury@miad.edu
Contact name: Emily Bury
Weblink http://www.facebook.com/event.php?eid=164026213614708

 

Generation Next: Gallery Talk series

Date? Tuesdays beginning October 25 for five weeks
Time? 6:30PM
Where? Frederick Layton Gallery
How Much? Free
The details… On Tuesday, October 25 at 6:30PM:
Generation Next artist, Evan Baden, will be giving an informal gallery talk. Evan Is exhibiting photographs from his series, The Illuminati, which illustrates the phenomenon of a plugged-in generation that is paradoxically isolated by the very mediums that they communicate with. Come meet the artist in this casual setting!!!!

Schedule for the gallery talk series:
November 1 – Emily Belknap
November 8 – Sophia Arnold
November 15 – Sarah Luther
November 22 – Melissa Cooke

Contact email: jasonyi@miad.edu
Contact name: Jason S. Yi
Weblink http://www.miad.edu/newsroom/latest-news/1406-octoberopenings

 

Mar’s Haunted House

Date? Saturday the 29th of October
Time? TBD: house open 7-11:30 pm
Where? Meet in front of the Park
How Much? $12.00 entry fee
The details… Reviewed at Milwaukee area’s #1 haunted house (apparently actually haunted), the resident ghouls & ghosts are dedicated to scaring the crap out of you… before you even enter!

Hopefully we can arrange a shuttle, but this is also accessible by bus.

Contact email: emilybury@miad.edu
Contact name: Emily Bury
Weblink http://marshauntedhouse.com/MarsHauntedHouse/index.asp

 

Humans vs. Zombies PART II

What? Humans vs. Zombies PART II
Date? November 1st – the end of mankind
Time? Packet of Supplies Available @ NOON
Where? Foyer/Main Entrance of MIAD
How Much? FREE
The details… You asked for it…Here comes PART II of Humans vs. Zombies!!! Think you can survive the wrath of art zombies? Pick up your packet of supplies in MIAD’s main entrance on Tuesday, November 1st…directions and rules will be included! You do NOT want to miss this round…QUADRUPLE the fun (400 participants).
Contact email: annemorningstar@miad.edu
Contact name: Anne Morningstar

 

deviation – Georiga Lloyd and Andrea Payne Collaboration

Date? Oct 21st (Opening reception) and 22nd (artist talk), Gallery Night and Day
Time? 6 – 9PM The night of the 21st. 1:00 – 5:00 PM for the artist talk on the 22nd
Where? Erie Street Gallery – 266 E Erie St Milwaukee, WI
How Much? FREE! Gallery Night and Day Event!
The details… “Deviation” showcases the collaborative efforts of Midwest photo-based artists Andrea Payne and Georgia Lloyd. The two attended school together at the Milwaukee Institute of Art and Design and became familiar with each others’ work through their four years studying as Photography majors.The finished pieces contain elements from both artists. In singular work, Payne’s concepts were focused heavily on human psychology and internal conflict; Lloyd’s work centered around life cycles and symbolism. The combination of these interests morphed into somber works focused on the juxtaposition of the human & natural along with the tranquil & tense.
Contact email: alexisauvert@miad.edu
Contact name: Alexis Auvert
Weblink http://www.facebook.com/event.php?eid=227545060632951