Guest Chef presents “Noodle Bowl”

Date? April 14th Wed.
Time? 11:00 am to 1:00 pm
Where? MIAD Cafe’
How Much? Free with Lunch
The details… Guest Chef Brian Quinn from Wisconsin Lutheran College will present Vietnamese Noodle Bowls for Lunch.
Contact email:
Contact name: Chef John Damico

MIAD’s Got Talent

Date? Friday March 26th
Time? 5:30 Dinner(Pizza Shuttle), 6:30 Show
Where? MIAD Cafe
How Much? FREE!!
The details… FREE Talent, FREE Food, FREE Fun
Eat the food, watch the talent, enjoy the fun.
See you all there!
Contact email:
Contact name: Erich Moderow

American Institute for Conservation of Historic and Artistic Works 38th Annual Meeting

Date? May 11 – 14, 2010
Time? all day
Where? Hyatt Regency- Milwaukee, WI
How Much? Rates vary on membership, date, and event- they are listed on our website
The details… This year, the focus of the meeting is to examine the changes in the philosophy and practice of art conservation in the 21st. century.
Contact email:
Contact name: Haley Smit

Senior Exhibition Security Workers

The details… The security department is looking for four students to assist with security for the Senior Exhibition Friday April 16, 2010 from 5:00pm-10:00pm. You will be sitting at the 2nd and 3rd floor stairwells. You will be paid $50.00 at the end of your shift. If interested please see Keith Kotowicz in RL-25B for more information.
Contact email:
Contact name: Keith Kotowicz

The Presitge Movie Showing

Date? March 27th 2010
Time? 5:30 pm
Where? Todd Wehr Audtiorium
How Much? FREE
The details… The C3 Club Presents a FREE once in a semester spectacle of watching The Prestige on full screen projector cinema with subwoofer sound. Join us at the Todd Wehr Auditorium at 5:30 pm This Saturday March 27th
Contact email:
Contact name: Michael Petrella

Service Learning Symposium

Date? Monday March 22nd
Time? 11:10-12:15
Where? Todd Wehr Auditorium
How Much? FREE!
The details… Speaker:    Emilio De Torre, Director of Youth and Programs at the ACLU of Wisconsin

Before moving to Wisconsin in 2006 to become the Director of Youth and Programs at the American Civil Liberties Union of Wisconsin, Emilio De Torre worked in NYC as the Director of Education Services  at the Madison Square Boys and Girls Club.  His personal journey of service rooted in social justice promises to be informative and passionate.

Contact email:
Contact name: Jessika Mikol

“Reality…whatever that is” An original Play by Alexis Auvert and John Riepenhoff/Starring Jessi Schleis and James Pederson

Date? March 12th, 2010
Time? Starts at 8PM and appx. goes until 8:40
Where? MAM After Dark event, at the end of the Windhover hall
How Much? Free for MIAD Students with Student ID. $6 for NON-MIAD students and NON-MAM members
The details… In accordance with Jason Yi’s Visual Statement class, this is one of the several collaborative pieces displayed at the one night event, MAM After Dark

“Reality… Whatever That Is” follows several meetings between two strangers who discuss art and community in their attempts to construct a temporary art piece for a local art museum late night event.

Contact email:
Contact name: Alexis Auvert

Call For Entries! Photo/Video/Animation


Attention all juniors and seniors! You are invited to take part in a joint TBM/Photo exhibit opening on March 29 (ending on April 2)in the Perspectives photo gallery. We are accepting photographic, video or animation work with a limit of three submissions per student.

TBM Submission Requirements
-29.97 frames per second
-16 bit stereo
-48 kH
-Must be turned in as a data disk to Jamal Currie’s mailbox (faculty mail room) or as a digital file saved to the Xsan Drop box in room y35B.
-Data disc and files must be labeled with your name and title (JohnDoe_Title)
-Each entry must include your name, a title, and full credits

PHOTO Submission Requirements
-Digital files must be in .raw or .tiff format
-Printed photo work must be turned in to Tara Bogart at the second floor photo checkout station
-Work will be hung with clips and tacks
-Each entry must include your name and a title

Deadline to turn in work is March 21st 2010.

Contact email:
Contact name: Jamal Currie

Summer Internships

The details… Do you have summer plans? The summer between your junior and senior year is an ideal time to gain professional experience.

We are strong advocates of students “experiencing” their profession before they graduate. If you are interested in a summer internship contact Duane or Katie in Career Services to get the ball rolling!

Contact email:
Contact name: Katie Troeger