Presentation: Managing Creative Projects

   
Date? Saturday, April 14th, 2012
Time? 8:30 a.m. – 12:30 p.m.
Where? Hanson Dodge Creative, 220 East Buffalo Street, Milwaukee (Third Ward)
How Much? Free for first 20 students
The details… Focuses on key skills to help you successfully manage projects in an applied arts career. Basics of project management plus key tools and techniques for success.
Contact email: duaneseidensticker@miad.edu
Contact name: Duane Seidensticker

Kayaking

   
Date? Sunday April 22nd
Time? TBD (late morning, afternoon)
Where? Meet at the Urban Ecology Center
How Much? $20 per person (13 people MAX)
The details… Want to jump in the water this spring? No need to worry about swimming, because you will be kayaking! Earth Day is Sunday, April 22nd, and kayking on the Milwaukee River would be a great way to celebrate nature with other MIAD students!
Contact email: annemorningstar@miad.edu
Contact name: Anne Morningstar

Rock Climbing

   
Date? Tuesday, April 17th
Time? 4pm – 6pm
Where? Meet at the Urban Ecology Center
How Much? $6 per person
The details… Interested in Rock Climbing with the Urban Ecology Center? Take advantage of the wonderful weather Milwaukee is experiencing this spring, and join other students as they climb past projects and deadlines! It’ll be a climbing adventure!
Contact email: annemorningstar@miad.edu
Contact name: Anne Morningstar

Guest Photographers Phil Krejcarek & Bill Lemke

   
Date? Tuesday, April 3
Time? 1:30 p.m.
Where? Todd Wehr Auditorium
How Much? Free
The details… A message from Jim Slauson:

On Tuesday, April 3, two important local photographers will visit MIAD to discuss their work and thoughts about the medium with the History of Photography class.

An emphasis in Phil Krejcarek’s work deals with the concept of performance photography: “What I have attempted to do is to create situations where a moment in a fictitious scene is documented. Color has been utilized for dramatic effect as well as for formal concerns of composition.”

Bill Lemke studied with Ansel Adams, and has been photographing the landscape for over 25 years. His extensive world travels have provided him with a wide variety of subjects. Working with large format cameras, he uses TriX and TmaX 100 film to capture the quality of light on silver as it works and plays on surfaces and atmospheres in nature.

The class meets in Todd Wehr Auditorium at 1:45pm

Tuesday, April 3

You are welcome to join us for these stimulating, even entertaining presentations.

Contact email: Jamesslauson@miad.edu
Contact name: Jim Slauson

Guest Photographers Phil Krejcarek & Bill Lemke

   
Date? Tuesday, April 3
Time? 1:30 p.m.
Where? Todd Wehr Auditorium
How Much? Free
The details… A message from Jim Slauson:

On Tuesday, April 3, two important local photographers will visit MIAD to discuss their work and thoughts about the medium with the History of Photography class.

An emphasis in Phil Krejcarek’s work deals with the concept of performance photography: “What I have attempted to do is to create situations where a moment in a fictitious scene is documented. Color has been utilized for dramatic effect as well as for formal concerns of composition.”

Propose a Discussion Panel or Other for MIAD DEFINE 2012

The details… Students!!! Interested in putting together a discussion panel or other presentation for the 2nd annual MIAD DEFINE DAY? MIAD Define is a day for students, faculty and staff to join together for dialogues about art & design. Mornings focus on seniors presenting their work from the exhibition. Afternoons are scheduled with panel discussions and presentations proposed by faculty staff and students like you! All classes are canceled on April 25th so everyone can participate. Morning coffee and lunch are provided to participants. Be a part of this annual MIAD event!

Contact email: jkrantz@miad.edu
Contact name: Jenny Krantz

https://zmail.miad.edu/home/rickyheldt@miad.edu/Briefcase/Public/2012CALL%20FOR%20MIAD%20DEFINE%20PROPOSALS.pdf