|The details…||UCDA’s annual Engagement Project offers ways for you to make an impact in someone’s life. Your words, video or design could make the difference – participate in the 2010 Suicide Prevention Project.Visit the site for more details.|
|Contact name:||University & College Designers Association|
|Where?||Discovery World’s Print and Publishing/Prototyping Lab|
|How Much?||Free to MIAD students and their guest(s)|
|The details…||Spend the evening transforming a large white wall into a celebration of art and design.|
|Contact name:||Alex Boyes|
FEEL FREE TO SHARE THIS SCREENING WITH YOUR STUDENTS, FAMILY OR FRIENDS TOO!
Print out this email and take it directly to the theater
and you and a guest will be on your way to seeing a FREE MOVIE!
YOU AND A GUEST ARE INVITED
TO A FREE PREVIEW SCREENING OF:
Tuesday, 15 December 2009 @ 7:30 pm
Marcus Majestic Cinema
770 N. Springdale Road – Waukesha, WI
Writer/director Nancy Meyers (Something’s Gotta Give, The Holiday) directs Meryl Streep, Steve Martin and Alec Baldwin in It’s Complicated, a comedy about love, divorce and everything in between.
Jane (Streep) is the mother of three grown kids, owns a thriving Santa Barbara bakery/restaurant and has—after a decade of divorce—an amicable relationship with her ex-husband, attorney Jake (Baldwin). But when Jane and Jake find themselves out of town for their son’s college graduation, things start to get complicated. An innocent meal together turns into the unimaginable—an affair. With Jake remarried to the much younger Agness (Lake Bell), Jane is now, of all things, the other woman.
Caught in the middle of their renewed romance is Adam (Martin), an architect hired to remodel Jane’s kitchen. Healing from a divorce of his own, Adam starts to fall for Jane, but soon realizes he’s become part of a love triangle.
Should Jane and Jake move on with their lives, or is love truly lovelier the second time around? It’s…complicated.
THIS EMAIL TICKET IS GOOD FOR 2 ADMISSIONS…
Please print and bring this email invite to the theatre to serve as your ticket into the screening. Please arrive early. Screenings are overbooked and filled on a first-come, first served basis.
This pass is property of Universal Pictures which reserves the right to admit, revoke admission or refuse access to the theatre at the discretion of an authorized representative. Please arrive early! Seats are not guaranteed, are limited to theatre capacity and are first-come, first-served. This theatre is not responsible for seating over capacity.
This screening will be monitored for unauthorized recording. By attending, you agree not bring any recording device into the theatre and you consent to physical search of your belongings and person for recording devices. If you attempt to enter with a recording device you will be denied admission. If you attempt to use a recording device, you consent to your immediate removal from the theatre and forfeiture of the device and its contents. Unauthorized recording will be reported to law enforcement and may be subject to criminal and civil liability.
MPAA: This film is not yet rated.
Brought to you by Universal Studios
|The details…||It is the end of the year. Please bring back any and all plates cups and silverware you may find in your room or car.|
|Contact name:||John Damico|
|Date?||Friday January 15th|
|How Much?||Free to enter, prizes given to winners|
|The details…||The annual Historic Third Ward Ice Sculpting Competition is a Winter Gallery Night favorite attracting an enthusiastic audience of Gallery Night attendees and others. Each entrant or team receives a block of ice, or more if needed. They have pretty much all day from mid-morning to until when Gallery Night begins at 5:00 PM to complete their sculpture. MIAD students and alumni have done very well in this competition in past year’s events. Call Nancy O’Keefe at the Historic third Ward Association if your interested. 414-273-1173.|
|Contact name:||Nancy O’Keefe|
|The details…||ATTENTION STUDENTS: The Spring 2010 listing of required textbooks will be posted to the MIAD Website sometime after December 14th. Please contact Mary McIntyre-Haig, program assistant for Academic Affairs, if you have any questions or concerns.|
|Contact name:||Mary McIntyre-Haig|
|What?||Pianist needed for house-band jazz gig in Milwaukee|
|The details…||Terrazzo, a local jazz trio, is in need of a pianist. The band is Carlos Adames on drums/percussion, myself and a number of pianists who rotate with us depending on availability. But we need someone who can commit to 2-3 nights per week on a regular basis.
We play a mix of jazz standards, Latin jazz and jazz-influenced pop.
This house gig is in one of Milwaukee’s finest and well-known drinking establishments. For the players, this equates to good pay, friendly clientele and a comfortable environment to ply your craft.
If you can read charts and enjoy playing jazz in a trio format, please contact me to set up a time to meet.
|Contact name:||Steve White|
|The details…||All studios MUST be prepared for Winter Break cleaning* no later than the end of the day on Tuesday, December 15th.
All personal belongings, materials and artwork up off the floor;
MIAD is not responsible for any damage to artwork or supplies left on the floors of studios or classrooms.
|Contact name:||Jennifer Brink|
|The details…||In partnership with the Harambee Great Neighborhoods Initiative, LISC-Milwaukee, and the Martin Luther King Economic Development Corporation, ArtWorks for Milwaukee is hosting a Gallery Night event on Friday, January 15, 2010 in the Harambee neighborhood.
In addition to featuring art work created by ArtWorks youth apprentices and their Lead Artists, we are seeking to highlight the work of 3 different “up & coming” original Artists and/or Crafters who have strong ties to the Harambee Great Neighborhood. The purpose of this Gallery Night event is to support the development of artists as well as the development of the Harambee neighborhood through art.
In exchange for your participation in our event, we will require you to sign off on an agreement that will detail all expectations and details involved with your exhibit in the event. All income earned from the sale of your art work is yours to keep.
In order to be considered:
1) You must have strong ties to the Harambee Neighborhood
+ A map of the neighborhood is included on the second page of this posting
2) You must present work that is appropriate for sale to the general public, including children
3) You must submit the following materials no later than 12:00 PM Friday, December 18, 2009:
· + A CD with .jpeg formatted images of the items you’d like to exhibit at the event
· + If you do not have images available of your work, you must contact Nannette Smith at (414) 704-2410 to schedule an appointment in advance of the December 18th deadline for an in-person review of your work.
· + A short written explanation of each item you’d like to exhibit
· + Biographical information about you, the artist
· + A short but detailed explanation of your strong ties to the Harambee Great Neighborhood
Please submit all materials to:
Harambee Great Neighborhood Initiative
Attn: Nannette Smith
2772 N. Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Drive
Milwaukee, WI 53212
All questions should be directed to:
Meghan Koven, Executive Director
ArtWorks for Milwaukee, Inc.
|Contact name:||Meghan Koven|
Faculty, Staff and Students are invited to sign up for official MIAD text alerts at: www.miad.edu/textalert .
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. You may also choose email-only notifications. Depending on your plan, you may be charged by your phone provider for SMS 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.
To sign up, go to www.miad.edu/text alert .
Please note: this is a new system. If you signed up for the old system last year, you must sign up for this system to receive the text messages. The only way to sign up for this system is by using the form at www.miad.edu/textalert .
MIAD’s Inclement Weather Policy
If a decision is made to cancel classes due to dangerous weather a notice will be placed on our website, www.miad.edu. We will also send the information to WTMJ – Channel 4 and WISN – Channel 12.
If classes are canceled, food service will still be provided to our students in our residence hall. Staff will not be required to report to work when classes are canceled.
In the case of overnight storms, we will make a decision to cancel classes no later than 7:00 a.m.
Please note that closing the college or canceling classes will no longer be based on the decisions made for the Milwaukee Public Schools.
Go to www.miad.edu or tune into Channel 4 or 12 for current information on bad weather days.
The following TV channels and radios stations will carry any MIAD announcements:
- WTMJ Channel 4
- WITI Channel 6
- WISN Channel 12
- WTMJ 620 AM
- WISN 1130 AM
- WKTI 94.5 FM
- WRIT 95.7 FM
- WLTQ 97.3 FM
- WKKV 100.7 FM
- WMIL 106.1 FM