Monday, December 21, 2009
Friday, December 18, 2009
WASHINGTON – The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency is sponsoring a
video contest that challenges filmmakers to produce short, creative
videos that highlight the “Three Rs” of individual consumption: reduce,
reuse, and recycle. The agency is accepting submissions for the contest,
called “Our Planet, Our Stuff, Our Choice,” through Feb. 16.
Entries should be either 30 or 60 seconds in length. The video should
creatively promote steps individuals and organizations can take to
minimize negative environmental impacts within their communities on the
Reducing and reusing
Consumption and its effect on environmental footprint
The winning submissions will be announced in April 2010 in time for the
40th anniversary of Earth Day. Awards will be given to the top three
videos in the following amounts, as well as a special “Student Winner”
category exclusively for submissions by persons 13 to 18 years old at
the time of entry.
1st Place - $2,500
2nd Place - $1,500
3rd Place - $1,000
2 Student Winners (13 to 18 years old) - $500 each
More information on the contest: http://www.epa.gov/recycle. An
informational poster is attached.
Thursday, November 19, 2009
Tuesday, November 17, 2009
Monday, November 16, 2009
AADM 225: Legal Issues in Arts and Entertainment introduces students to legal issues that affect artists and administrators in the arts and entertainment industries. Topics examined include copyright, piracy, trademark protection, First Amendment rights and cultural property rights. Additionally, students will explore the legal context of employment relationships, including discrimination laws, labor unions, contracts and regulated compensation and benefits. Prerequisite is ENGL 123 Composition. The class is offered Tuesday/Thursday, 5-7:30 p.m. For more information, e-mail arts administration professor James Marchant at email@example.com.
Check with your Academic Adviser to confirm whether or not you can use this course.
Tuesday, November 10, 2009
Obviously, this means that Temple will end early.
In addition, a reception will be held after the lecture in event space 4C, so you can have additional time to talk with our guests!
Hope to see everyone there!
Saturday, November 7, 2009
For the first time in its history, TwoMorrows Publishing, publisher of award-winning books and magazines about comics history and appreciation, is offering their acclaimed line of "Modern Masters" books for only $10 each, now through November 30, 2009. Normally retailing for $14.95, the sale represents a 33% savings.
Publisher John Morrow remarked, "Last July at Comic-Con, we put our Modern Masters on sale for $10 each for one day only, as a test. Most were gone in a few hours. Now, with the holidays drawing near and the economy starting to recover, editor Eric Nolen-Weathington and I felt it was the right time to try it again, on a larger scale."
The "MODERN MASTERS Sale" includes 21 volumes on these top artists, each featuring a comprehensive career-spanning interview, and a gallery of rare and unseen artwork:
José Luis Garciá-López
John Romita Jr.
This sale is only valid for orders placed at www.twomorrows.com through the end of November, and does not include shipping costs. A special "$10 MODERN MASTERS SALE" banner atop the TwoMorrows' home page links to a listing of the books on sale.
Since 1994, TwoMorrows has been celebrating the art and history of comics through their magazine and book publications
Monday, November 2, 2009
The student turn out was fantastic with not just a massive percentage of SEQA students and alum attending but also faculty and students from ILLU, ANIM, and ITGM! Their investment of time was well made. Laura was an extremely giving guest and surprised everyone by bringing in an as-yet-unpublished Punisher page by Leinil Yu to color for her demonstration. She shared work from the past too explaining the thought process behind her color choices and application but also gave a candid insight to being a colorist. Not only was everything she shared interesting and informative but our students had the bonus pleasure of finding her completely and utterly entertaining! Even for the faculty, her process and understanding of color, its application, and storytelling was really inspiring. Laura couldn't have been a more wonderful guest and we sincerely hope to have her back in the future for an encore. Thank you, Laura!
Saturday, October 31, 2009
Wednesday, October 28, 2009
from Gaijin Studios, will be doing a demonstration and talk about her coloring process on Friday, October 30th at 1pm in room 347 during our normal Temple meeting. This is not to be missed!
Monday, October 26, 2009
Sign up today for The New Yorker's Cartoon Kit, our interactive (and free!) cartoon builder, that puts the pen of a New Yorker cartoonist into your hand.
Using the provided backdrop, characters and props, submit your own captioned cartoon and we'll select five winners to be featured online.
PLUS — enter now for a chance to
WIN A TRIP TO NYC
You could win a trip for two to New York City to meet Cartoon Editor Robert Mankoff and tour The New Yorker offices.
Come back every day to get a chance to win a copy of our new book, On the Money: The Economy in Cartoons, 1925-2009.
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Friday, October 23, 2009
"This new anthology will feature comics and illustrations on a very simple and universal idea--something (extra)ordinary clashing with the mundane. This challenge is about facing your fears, both in the theme of the stories/illustrations, and the execution there of. The theme is broad for a reason-- I'd like to encourage artists to do a story that they can explore however they'd like to, and to create the work using methods they may not have tried before."
Check out their blog Ordinary Imaginary!
Friday, October 16, 2009
Thursday, October 15, 2009
Scheduling for Non Majors- Fall Quarter (Sculpture Building)
Intro to Woodshop:
Friday, October 16th - 10:30am
Table Saw, Jointer, and Planer
Friday, October 16th - 01:30pm
Friday, October 23rd - 10:30am
Table Saw, Jointer, and Planer
Friday, October 23rd - 01:30pm
Intro to Woodshop:
Friday, October 30th - 10:30am
Table Saw, Jointer, and Planer
Friday, October 30th - 01:30pm
Metal Fabrication Shop Training:
Friday, November 6th - 10:30am
Friday, November 6th - 01:30pm
Wednesday, October 14, 2009
There will be a presentation Friday, October 23rd at 5pm in room 347 that is open to all SCAD students, faculty, and staff.
The following Saturday and Sunday there will be workshops. In order to attend those workshops you need to sign-up. The sign-up sheets are on the door to room 346! Seniors and graduates have first dibs on portfolio reviews but the workshops are open to all.
This is not open to the public.