December 4, 2017

 

 

DATES & DEADLINES


Monday, Dec. 4 = Yoga class
Wednesday, Dec. 6 = SGA Lunch with Dr. Corn & SunDown RunDown pitch night
Thursday, Dec. 7 = Winter FestStudent Exhibition Reception: Sheila Kim's Recent Works & Student Exhibition Reception: Fan Su's Filter
Friday, Dec. 8 = Art History Seminar
Monday, Dec. 11 = Yoga classFinals snacks and crafts & Animation at the Planetarium
Tuesday, Dec. 12 = Finals snacks and crafts
Friday, Dec. 15 = Last day of fall semester & ACA coverage deadline
Saturday, Dec. 16 = Schottenstein Residence Hall closes for Winter Break

 

 

WINTER (BREAK) IS COMING

Don’t forget: Winter Break is on its way! The last day of Fall Semester is Friday, Dec. 15, and Schottenstein Residence Hall closes Saturday, Dec. 16. The Market, Café, and Ampersand Emporium will close on Friday, Dec. 15.  

CCAD labs and offices will be closed Wednesday, Dec. 20, through Tuesday, Jan. 2. CCAD offices, including One-Stop Student Services, reopen on Wednesday, Jan. 3, and Spring Semester classes begin on Tuesday, Jan. 17.
 
Find additional details about building and facilities hours during break at my.ccad.edu/hours.

 

 

LUNCH WITH DR. CORN & SGA

Catch up with the Student Government Association and CCAD President Melanie Corn at an informal lunch at The Market on Wednesday, Dec. 6. The SGA’s weekly lunch get-togethers run throughWednesday, Dec. 16. (And get ready — applications to run for a position on the SGA open on Monday, Jan. 22.

 

 

NOW HERE'S THE PITCH

Support fellow student entrepreneurs at the SunDown RunDown & CCAD Student Business Pitch Nighton Wednesday, Dec. 6.

 

 

GET COZY

Find an ice sculptor, a dodge (snow)ball game, crafts, warm drinks and food, and much more at Winter Fest, hosted by the Student Programming Board on Thursday, Dec. 7.

 

 

ART HISTORY SEMINAR

Be there for the Honors and Art History Fall Semester Symposium at the Design Studios on Broad onFriday, Dec. 8. The day will include eight presentations, including one on the issues surrounding monuments, and light refreshments will be served.

 

 

HELP POWERING THROUGH FINALS

Stop by the Crane Lobby from 11 a.m. to noon Monday, Dec. 11, and Tuesday, Dec. 12, to get a free snack to help you power through finals! While you’re there, you can make a fun and easy craft to help you manage the stress of finals week.

 

 

GET COVERED NOW

The Affordable Care Act health insurance marketplace open enrollment period is open through Friday, Dec. 15, 2017. If you don’t have health insurance currently or need to renew your coverage, the health insurance marketplace can help you get covered for 2018. For details on how to sign up, click here.

 

 

COUNSELING & WELLNESS CENTER HOURS

The Counseling & Wellness Center will be closed for all services except medication appointments onMonday, Dec. 11and Tuesday, Dec. 12, but will be open as usual for the rest of the week. The final day for counseling sessions is Friday, Dec. 15The Counseling & Wellness Center will be closed over winter break and will reopen at the start of spring semester.

 

 

CATCH 'EM WHILE YOU CAN

Beeler Gallery exhibitions Alan Shields: A Different Kind of PaintingStitch, and Suzanne Silver: Codes and Contingencies close Tuesday, Jan. 2. See them while there’s still time.
 
Beeler Gallery is closed Dec. 25Dec. 31, and Jan. 1. The gallery will have limited hours (noon to 5 p.m.)Dec. 20 – 30 (except for Dec. 25).

 

 

NEW FACULTY: ILLUSTRATION – COMICS 

It’s no secret: Columbus has become a hub for comics and illustration. Check out New Faculty Illustration – Comics, an exhibition by CCAD faculty creating comics, drawings, and illustrations, through Sunday, Jan. 21, in the Canzani Atrium.

 

 

STUDENT EXHIBITIONS ON VIEW NOW

Don't miss out on two new student exhibitions. See Fan Su's Filter at Acock Gallery and Sheila Kim'sRecent Works at Beaton Gallery. Both shows are on view now through Friday, Dec. 15.

 

 

SPEAKING OF EXHIBITIONS...

Artist collective The​ ​Black​ ​Infinity​ ​presents The​ ​Black​ ​Infinity,​ ​The​ ​Beginning​ ​of​ ​Never​ ​Ending, at No Place Gallery, through Saturday, Dec. 23. The show, curated by Fine Arts Visiting Faculty and Association of Independent Colleges of Art and Design Fellow Tosha Stimage (Fine Arts, 2011), highlights ​the​ ​diverse​ ​narratives​ ​of​ ​emerging​ ​local​ ​and​ ​international​ ​artists​ ​of​ ​color. Among those whose work will be featured in the show are Tyler Davis (Fine Arts, 2018) and Cameron Granger (Cinematic Arts, 2006). Read more here.

 

 

ANIMATION AT THE PLANETARIUM

Animating stuff is hard. Animating stuff that will be shown on a dome-shaped planetarium is even harder. But students in CCAD Animation Lab Team class created three awesome short animated films that are designed specifically for COSI’s Planetarium. Check them out during a free screening at COSI on Monday, Dec. 11, from 7 to 8 p.m. Read more here.


 

FRIENDLY FAFSA REMINDER

Plan on registering for Fall 2018 classes at CCAD? You need to complete your Financial Aid file. Clickhere for a checklist to help you plan.

 

 

OUT-OF-THIS-WORLD STUDIES

Industrial Design students in the Design Innovation and Culture Class are working on a project, CCAD Goes to Mars, that will bring life on Mars to life for people on Earth. Expect the project to launch with an exhibition opening at CCAD in February 2018.

 

 

STUDENT SPOTLIGHT 🔦

Name: Sabrina Echouafni

Major: Animation

Class year: 2020

Favorite spot on campus: The Canyon

Last show you binge-watched: Atypical

Favorite thing to do in Columbus: Walk to the Scioto Mile at night

Most played song on your playlist right now: Fashion by Jon Bellion

Your time at CCAD in 3 emojis: 😇 ⏰ 😨

Current artist/designer crush: Peter Mohrbacher

Favorite thing about CCAD: It feels like home.