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My CCAD: August 7, 2017
Kick off the school year at Welcome Fest Friday, Aug. 25, at 8 p.m. on the Quad! There, you’ll find free food, games, inflatables, and entertainment from DJ Donnie Moss & Graphic Designer.
And seniors, get ready for the first of your #CCADlasts! The first 100 seniors to visit our PBR-sponsored Beer Garden will get a special Class of 2018 T-shirt, so come snag a beer and toast the beginning of your senior year.
The Office of Student Engagement and the Student Programming Board are ensuring you start off the academic year right with free events during the first week of school. They include:
- Monday, Aug. 28 — Snacks & Maps
- Tuesday, Aug. 29 — Taste of Ampersand & Movie Night on the Quad
- Wednesday, Aug. 30 — Student Engagement Fair
- Thursday, Aug. 31 — Grocery Bingo
GET TO WORK
Looking for work on campus? On-campus jobs are now available for you to check out atCCADcareers.com. Apply through the job board, and the department hiring will contact you if they want to do an interview.
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FREE FASHION MEETS MUSIC FESTIVAL TIX
Grab your student I.D. and head to Fortress Obetz Friday, Aug. 18, and Saturday, Aug. 19, for free admission to the Fashion Meets Music Festival, a weekend of music from the likes of Third Eye Blind, Tegan and Sara, St. Lucia, DNCE, Fetty Wap, COBI, and many others, plus runway shows where you’ll see fashion designs like none other.
MONEY MATTERS FOR ARTISTS
CCAD has partnered with Kadenze, a company that specializes in offering college-level content to the public, to offer an online course about on finance for creative entrepreneurs featuring Elaine Grogan Luttrull, Department Head of the Business and Entrepreneurship program here at CCAD. The first four sessions are free and cover goal setting, strategic planning for creative careers, and budgeting. Read more here.
DATES & DEADLINES
See more than 30 textile works (including some never-before-seen pieces) in Alan Shields: A Different Kind of Painting, on view starting Tuesday, Aug. 22, in Beeler Gallery. Alan Shields is complemented by a second exhibition, Stitch, which features textile works from contemporary artists working around the world.
Admission to both exhibitions is free and open to the public, and an opening reception is scheduled forThursday, Sept. 7.
Have an exhibition or upcoming project we should know about? Let us know.
AMPERSAND EMPORIUM & THE MARKET HOURS
FACULTY & STAFF SPOTLIGHT
Name: Michele Kibler
Job Title: Registrar/Director of the One Stop
What year did you start at CCAD: 2001
Favorite spot on campus: The One Stop office, of course, and IT
Last show you binge-watched: GLOW
Favorite thing to do in Columbus: Eat delicious food!
Most played song on your playlist right now: "That's What I Like," Bruno Mars
Your time at CCAD in 3 emojis:
Favorite artist/designer: Of all time: Claude Monet. Second is Ansel Adams.
Favorite thing about CCAD: Helping students and working with my staff!
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