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My CCAD: September 11, 2017
EVENTS TO SPICE UP THE SCHOOL YEAR
DATES & DEADLINES
Monday, Sept. 11 = Intro to Yoga
Thursday, Sept. 14 = Kim Faler Visiting Artists & Scholars talk
Friday, Sept. 15 = Model tryouts & Nate Ricciuto Graduate Studies talk
Monday, Sept. 18 = Naked Classic ticket request deadline & Intro to Yoga
Tuesday, Sept. 19 = Rodrigo Valenzuela Graduate Studies talk
Wednesday, Sept. 20 = Red Wheelbarrow
Thursday, Sept. 21 = Off-campus study application deadline
Friday, Sept. 22 = Fall Fest
Sunday, Sept. 24 = Pocket sketchbook workshop
Monday, Sept. 25 = Sudarshan Shetty Visiting Artists & Scholars talk & Intro to Yoga
See a full list of events at my.ccad.edu.
PLAN ON IT
Get your schedule in line — pick up a CCAD student planner at the Student Affairs office in Crane. Find a PDF version of the student handbook here.
TIME FOR AN UPGRADE
Due to recent upgrades to the student information system (Self Service), we’ll be rolling out new options for you to identify your preferred name and gender identity here at CCAD. You’ll be able to identify a preferred name on Self Service and Go Studio and have that name be viewable on some school documents and records, such as class rosters and student ID cards. (Other items, such as your email address and transcript, will remain the same as before.) Changes will officially take effect on Sunday, Oct. 1. More information will be provided in upcoming communications and on my.ccad.edu.
GET THRIFTY & RESTOCK THE PANTRY
The CCAD Thrift Store, located at 76 N. Grant Ave., is open Thursdays and Fridays, 10 a.m. to noon when classes are in session. Sale proceeds benefit the Student Thrive Fund, an emergency relief fund for students.
Speaking of which ... It’s time again to restock the CCAD Thrift Store food pantry for students in need. Have non-perishables to give? There will be bins around campus collecting donations from Monday, Sept. 18, through Friday, Sept. 22. Questions on donating non-perishable food or volunteering at the CCAD Thrift Store? Contact Taylor Watkins at firstname.lastname@example.org.
LIVE ON CAMPUS
Are you still looking for a place to live for this school year? Tired of commuting or couchsurfing? On-campus residences are available — but space is limited, so don't delay! Find applications and information on the Residence Life page.
THESE MUST BE THE TALKS
Thursday, Sept. 14, at 6:30 p.m. hear from Massachusetts-based artist Kim Faler in conjunction with the Beeler Gallery exhibition Kim Faler: This Must Be the Place. Read more here. Upcoming Visiting Artists & Scholars talks also include:
- Nate Ricciuto, (Graduate Studies Talk), Friday, Sept. 15
- Rodrigo Valenzuela, (Graduate Studies Talk), Tuesday, Sept. 19
- Sudarshan Shetty, Monday, Sept. 25
CCAD'S NEXT TOP MODELS
Students interested in appearing in the 2018 CCAD Fashion Show are invited to model tryouts in the Canzani Auditorium on Friday, Sept. 15.
NAKED CLASSICS, FREE
Be there on Friday, Oct. 8, as ProMusica examines the history, inspiration, and sounds that make up Beethoven’s Symphony No. 5, as part of its Naked Classics series. Click here for details on free tickets to the performance.
RED WHEELBARROW ROLLS ON
Support CCAD’s creative writing scene: Attend Red Wheelbarrow: A Student/Faculty Creative Writing Reading Series, on Wednesday, Sept. 20, at 6:30 p.m. in the Canzani Screening Room.
LOWDOWN ON OFF-CAMPUS STUDY
Considering participating in an off-campus program? Applications are for spring semester off-campus study are due Thursday, Sept. 21. Attend an info session beforehand to learn more. Click here for details.
SPICE UP THE SEASON
Kick off autumn with the Student Programming Board and Fall Fest on Friday, Sept. 22. S’mores, hot dogs, hot apple cider, crafts, and even a CCAD-only hay ride around campus — what could be better?
CHECK 'EM OUT
The Packard Library is hosting several events this semester, including a workshop Sunday, Sept. 24, at which you can make a longstitch pocket sketch book (and earn New Student Seminar credit, too). Future activities include a walking tour of CCAD’s campus and its history on Thursday, Oct. 19, and a dollar bill origami workshop on Thursday, Nov. 2.
ART FAIR APPLICATIONS
Don’t miss out on your opportunity to sell your wares at the Art Fair & Marketplace on Saturday, Dec. 2. The deadline to apply for the juried art fair is Friday, Sept. 29. Details here.
Save the date — Family Weekend is Friday, Oct. 13, and Saturday, Oct. 14. More details to come!
Connect with top employers at the Connections Career Fair on Friday, Nov. 3. The final day to sign up is Friday, Oct. 20.
The festival previously known as the Columbus International Film + Video Festival is getting a new name (and more animation): the Columbus International Film & Animation Festival.
The following doors have been added to the 24/7 ID card access list: Canzani Center lower entry door, Crane Center southeast door, Kinney Hall loading dock door, Kinney Hall north ramp entrance. The Amelita Mirolo Fine Arts Building, Circle Hall, Battelle Hall, and Design Studios on Broad continue to require ID cards for access. See facility hours and more here.
UP NEXT IN CBUS
In the most recent installment of The Columbus Dispatch’s CbusNEXT series, Alma Kim (Illustration, 2020) envisioned a tech-savvy future for Columbus. Read more here.
Name: Carrie Ackley
Major: Fashion Design
Class year: 2019
Favorite spot on campus: The library ... but I’m never there (haha)
Last show you binge-watched: The Tudors
Favorite thing to do in Columbus: Walk around the Short North
Most played song on your playlist right now: Consideration, by Rihanna
Your time at CCAD in 3 emojis: ✂️
Current artist/designer crush: Stella McCartney
Favorite thing about CCAD: Knowing that I am being well prepared for a career in my field
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