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Places: The Wednesday Group

Virtual Talk: Places: The Wednesday Group

Sarah Britten-Jones, Elizabeth Emery, Dallas Kavanagh , Terese Longva, Minako Shirakura, Angela Waseskuk

Thursday, February 11, 7pm

Cohen Gallery 55 Main Street, Alfred

Sponsored by: SoAD and Career Development Center

Join 4 members of the Wednesday Group in the Cohen Gallery from their various places around the world to talk about careers and the exhibition in the Gallery.

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Painting professor recognized with grant

Alfred University (AU) faculty member Kevin Wixted, professor of painting, School of Art & Design, has been awarded a Pollock-Krasner Foundation grant for 2016. More

SGC or Bust Auction

Feb. 8-13 silent auction, Feb. 12 live auction 7 pm

Harder Hall, Sponsored by Expanded Media and the Print Club

For the 4th year Print Club is sending students working in Expanded Media to the Southern Graphics Council International Conference with the mission to gain professional development, experience mentorship opportunities, to learn about the broader field of careers in art, network with faculty from potential grad schools, and offer their portfolios for critique by artists from all over the world. This year the conference is in Portland, OR, making travel costs significantly steeper. We are asking for your support in the form of donated artworks for our annual SGCI OR BUST auction on Friday Feb 12th. More



‘POUR YOUR HEART OUT’ Annual Community Valentines

The National Casting Center Foundry invites you to ‘Make Art For a Cause’ : All proceeds will go equally to benefit the Eaklor Medical Expenses Fund and The Foundry Guild Student Club.

There will be live hot metal pouring and several workshops for community members to participate in to create cast aluminum sculpture; such as cuttlebone casting and relief tile carving into sand molds. No experience needed but please do wear a long sleeved cotton work shirt! The event is free but there is a small donation cost to make your keepsake. More



ARGUS Workshop

On Friday, 12 February, 4:00-5:00pm in Harder Hall 220, Dr. Meghen Jones will lead a workshop for SoAD students interested in applying for an ARGUS grant (http://www.alfred.edu/argus/). ARGUS (Alfred Research Grants for Undergraduate Students) is an Alfred University program operated by the Office of the Provost that funds research and creative work up to, on average, $750 per project. The next deadlines are March 4 for summer projects, and April 15 for fall semester projects.