October 12, 2014 § Leave a comment
[4th] year students are having critiques on Wednesday October 15th in 401 at 1 o’clock.
Highpoint Market is going to be open from October 18th-23rd; where you can view re-purposed furniture and find out how to do it your self. The event is located at 164 South Main Street, Suit 700, High Point 27260. You can get passes in the IARc Office or you can visit the Highpoint Market Website.
Spartan Trader, where you can learn how to make money selling handmade products, is accessible on October 20th. It is found on the first level of Spring Garden Apartments from 11am to 7pm.
Ecovillages Around the World, a lecture followed by a discussion lead by Karen Litfin, happening Tuesday, October 21st in the Maple Room found in the EUC at 5:30. Karen Litfin is going to talk about her travels to ecovillages around the world. Her goal was to observe various methods for living sustainably. She experienced durable homes with low tech to high tech village living examples. She is now working to share her knowledge and relate it to our homes and building practices.
Service Projects are coming up throughout the IARc Department on October 22nd.
Globe Cosmos is doing a salute to Shakespeare and Galileo. On October 15th in the EUC Auditorium, they will be playing “O” by Tim Nelsen at 7:30. The play is Shakespeare re-imagined. The performance will be held from October 16th-18th, “My Dear Othello” in Theatre Gigante Dance Theater. For this event, you can buy tickets for $6-12 online or at the event. October 19th the Renaissance Keyboard Recital performance starts at 3:30pm in the Music Building Organ Hall.
Upcoming Events in the Weatherspoon Museum:
POV with Tom Patterson is discussing the gallery Lesley Dill: Faith & The Devil on October 16th 6:30 to 7:30. Tom Patterson is an author, independent curator and critic, this is a discussion for people to offer their opinion. It will take place in the Louise D. and Herbert S. Falk, Sr. Gallery.
UNCG Student’s Night Out will be held on October 23rd from 6:30 to 9:00pm. There will be custom making, looking at the gallery “Faith & The Devil”, desserts, and music by DJ Bones. Please bring can food and your student ID card.
Innovations in Painting: Selections from the Collection a new exhibition opens on October 25th from 1 to 5pm. The exhibit is about exploring and experimenting new ideas with painting.
Contributed by Celeste Holley, [1st] year