, which opens this Saturday from 5-8 p.m. in the Joseloff Gallery, is the upcoming Painting, Drawing, and Sculpture BFA Show. The students in the show will be:
Beena Azeem, Karri Chapman, Sandy Chase, Meg Danisi, Jessica Fallis, Patrick Fernald, Akino Fukawa, Ghristen Gaston, Vicky Healy, Catherine Johnson, Alyssa Nett, Alexander Prosser, Kyle Roncaioli, Jocelyn Rosenberg, Stass Shpanin, Margaret Vaughan, Eleni Zouridakis
We hope to see you there!
This Sunday April 1, 12-5pm, all departments in the art school will open their doors to the public. There will be demos and artwork for sale.
Next week’s Auerbach Lecture, featuring Nancy Stahl and Zina Saunders, presented by the Illustration Department!
Sponsored by Media Arts Department and Hartt Composition Department, Tristan
will be executing a permanent machine drawing in the Koopman Commons April 4 through April 18.
This Friday, 4:30 to 5:30 / Koopman Commons
All are welcome, even faculty and alumni
Seniors learn how to make your website before your senior show and graduation!
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About the Course
Once you make your work, whether you are a painter or a sculptor, the next step is to get your work out there and share it with the world. This presentation will provide an introduction to creating your own portfolio website.
We will start with the thinking behind why you need a site. And the importance of getting your work out there. How you can use it to find jobs or freelance work.
Then we will discuss the best online tools and platforms to build your website on. Which one is better for certain things, and what is different about each of them. We will also discuss how to design your site a bit to make it unique.
And we'll finish up talking about what to do once you have your website. How do you promote yourself and get the word out.
The goal by the end of the course is for you to be able to go home and have everything you need to start making your own portfolio website!
Songs Along the Way
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Sound and Video Installation
Connecticut Historical Society
Installation Opening Friday March 9 @ 5pm
Opening Reception 5pm, 03.09.12
Featuring live music - Free
"Songs Along the Way" is a crowd-sourced sound and image installation created by students participating in the New Media Collaborative at the University of Hartford. The NMC and its programs are designed and coordinated by Professors Gene Gort of the Hartford Art School and Ken Steen of the Hartt School.
– Saturday, February 11 – Thursday, February 16
– Thursday, February 11, 5:30 – 7:30pm
Snow date: Sunday, February 12, 1:00 – 3:00pm
Silpe Gallery hours: 9:00am – 4:00pm, Monday – Friday
Break cake with the HAS Inc. Board on Valentines Day in Koopman Commons from 12:30 to 1:30.
Cupcakes and conversation with the Student Engagement Committee.
Please join us at the opening of Sicilia... amore mio – on Saturday, September 24th, from 5-7 p.m. in Silpe Gallery. The show will be up from September 24th until Thursday, October 6th. The gallery is open on weekdays from 9 a.m. - 4 p.m. and on weekends from 12-4 p.m.
April 30th through May 14th, 2011. Opening is on April 30th from 5 to 8 PM.
Located at the Art of Collaborative Giving, 128 Center Street, Wallingford, Connecticut.
Watch out for Laurie Kovac's
senior design project on April 7th!
On March 10th at 6:00 PM at the New Britian Museum of Art
– Carol Padberg will lead a gallery talk about her exhibition, Interactive Crazy Quilts that investigates digital technology and textiles. An Associate Professor at the Hartford Art School, University of Hartford, Padberg’s work is the focus of a 2010 solo show at La Cova de les Cultures, Laborati d’Art in Barcelona, Spain.