You know it’s nearing the end of the semester when the art shows start racking up. This week Fisher, along with the ground floor of the venturi building, is playing host to 2 shows. The first is “PORTRAITURE: & How Meaning is Informed by the use of Multiples,” projects from students in Prof. Nanette Yannuzzi-Macias’s sculpture class. Opening up in conjunction with this show is the work of students in Julia Christensen’s Land Arts in an Electronic Age class; their show is “Diversify or Decay: The Rust Belt Buckles.” The official openings of both shows will be this Friday at 7:30 pm. See you there!
Daily Archives: November 19, 2008
Remember the feeling when you got that acceptance letter to Oberlin? Remember the feeling when, a week later, you got the coveted Oberlin t-shirt in the mail? The offices of Admissions and Communications of Oberlin have decided that it’s time to re- that shirt, and they want YOU to be the one to come up with the new design. To that effect, they are announcing a design competition. You can check it out at their easy-to-remember url, oberlin.edu/tshirt.
Here’s the long and short of it: They’re looking for a 2 or 3 color design, to be submitted as a CD by December 12 to the Office of Communications, in Illustrator, InDesign, Quark, Photoshop, or Freehand (the Adobe product). The judging panel consists of Marvin Krislov, Ben Jones (head of Communications), Debra Chermonte (head of Admissions/Financial Aid), Leslie Braat (Senior Associate director of Admissions), Megan Harding (Oberlin’s Brand Manager), and our very own Johns, Harwood (Architectural History) and Pearson (Silkscreen, Painting, and Drawing). The winner, besides all the fame and glory, gets $100.
Let’s get designing!