Calendar: End-of-Semester Public Showing of Artworks

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As the semester nears its end, many classes have a public showing of their work, including in Manifest, the college-wide festival. Below is the schedule of events.

Please check back, as this calendar will be updated as new details/events are added!

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Monday May 5, 4:00 p.m.
People In Rooms Doing Things Part I  (click event title for Facebook Event link)
1104 S Wabash – Columbia College Room 302
Our ragtag bunch of misfit second-year interdisciplinary artists are hosting two afternoons of panel discussions wherein the artists discuss some aspect of the work they pursue with such passion and vigor. They will also be connecting their own work to larger movements and processes, perhaps providing glimpses into what may be called the zeitgeist.
Part II will be Monday, May 12.

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Wednesday, May 07, 6:30 pm
An Evening of Projects of a Final Kind (click event title for Facebook Event link)
Prop Theater
3502 N. Elston, Chicago

MA Word Images/Drama Images Classes  present
Final Project Performances
Free and Open to the Public

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Monday May 12 – Summer 2014
CORPUS CORPUS
33 E Congress Building–New Media Gallery Window (facing east)
Graduate students taking the Image, Time and Motion Spring 2014 class in the Interdisciplinary Arts department have created 13 specific works for this new piece of technology that is comprised of 12 micro tiles in the shape of an obelisk.  Take in the striking visuals, innovative use of text, and sense of play flickering day and night to passersby.
Julynn Wilderson, Dear Future Ghost, 6 mins | Grayson Bagwell, “iPhoning It In,” 3 mins | Marie Cisco, Invisible Crowns, 1 min | DanielParker, I’m Trying to Learn the Meaning of a Doorway, 6 mins | Greg Browe, Expiration Date, 3 mins | Tom Ruiz, Micro-Macro: All Seeing Eye, 3 mins |  Grayson Bagwell, History Repeats, 2.5 mins | Brent Koehn, Protest Blue, 2.5 mins | Priya Narayan, To Me, 3 mins | Tee Mayo, Color of My Voice, 5 mins | Dennis M. Burke, Only Six Matter, 6 mins | Kate Morgan, Curio, 3 mins| DanielParker, 12X Matt, 30 sec.

Monday May 12 – Sunday May 18
Image, Time and Motion
Room 207 (Black Installation Room), 916 S Wabash, 2nd Floor
Image, Time and Motion students are mounting several media installations, creative projections of thesis documentations, and live performances.

Monday May 12, 4:00 p.m.
People In Rooms Doing Things Part II  (click event title for Facebook Event link)
1104 S Wabash – Columbia College Room 302
Our ragtag bunch of misfit 2nd Year Interdisciplinary Artists are hosting 2 afternoons of panel discussions wherein the artists discuss some aspect of the work they pursue with such passion and vigor. They will also be connecting their own work to larger movements and processes, perhaps providing glimpses into what may be called the zeitgeist.

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Tuesday May 13, 7:00 p.m. – 8:00 p.m.
Four Micro-Documentaries on New Media Topics  (click event title for Facebook Event link)
Room 207 (Black Installation Room), 916 S Wabash, 2nd Floor
History of New Media

EcoArt: Expanding Definitions by BJ Allen & Lilli Kayes
The Liquid Stage: Projected Image in Contemporary Performance, by Justin Botz and Yunji Johanning A Material Science: The Accessibility, Collaborative Nature, and Future of 3D Wearable Art by Kathlene Boone & Tom Ruiz
Performativity and Online Persona Practice, By Sid Branca & Grayson Bagwell.

There will be free popcorn.

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Thursday, May 15, 5:00 p.m. –10:00 p.m.
Thesis Exhibition: Masters of Flight  (click event title for link)
1104 S Wabash, 2nd Floor
Exhibition & Performances Ongoing
A celebration of graduate work at Columbia College Chicago.
Participating Students
Ahmed Hamad, Alex Borgen, Brent Koehn, Jillian Bruschera, Chesley Shilling, N. Davina’ Stewart, Dennis Burke, Folleh Tamba, Greta Bach, Greg Browe, Juliana Piscitiello, Kate Morgan, Kathi Beste, Leonardo Selvaggio, Megan Pitcher, Penelope Hearne, Scott Dickens, Valentina Vella, Jamie Weaver

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Friday, May 16
Thesis Exhibition: MANIFEST ArtWalk  (click event title for link)
Gallery Reception: 5:00 p.m. –8:00 p.m.
Performances: 2:00 p.m.–10:00 p.m.
1104 S Wabash, 2nd Floor
A campus wide arts and music festival throughout the South Loop
Participating Students
Ahmed Hamad, Alex Borgen, Brent Koehn, Jillian Bruschera, Chesley Shilling, N. Davina’ Stewart, Dennis Burke, Folleh Tamba, Greta Bach, Greg Browe, Juliana Piscitiello, Kate Morgan, Kathi Beste, Leonardo Selvaggio, Megan Pitcher, Penelope Hearne, Scott Dickens, Valentina Vella, Jamie Weaver

Friday, May 16,  1:00pm – 3:00pm
Ultrasonic Brain Balm  (click event title for Facebook Event link)
Rooms 202, 204, 209,  916 S Wabash.
Installations and performances to sonically massage your mind.
Sound as Art Material
Artists: BJ Allen, Grayson Hügh Bagwell, Amanda Blake Willett, Lilli Kayes, Yunji Kim Johanning, Lucía Mier YTerán Romero

Friday, May 16, 1:00 p.m.  – 5:00 p.m.
Plant Papermaking Demonstration (click event title for link)
Papermaker’s Garden (north side of garden),  754 S. Wabash
Book and Paper graduate students will host an ongoing papermaking demonstration  using garden-grown plant fibers. Stop by and learn how to pull a sheet!

Friday, May 16, 5:00 p.m.  – 7:00 p.m.
Columbia to Columbia by Levi Sherman (click event title for Facebook Event link)
Johnson Building, 820 S. Michigan, Lobby
Each item on the menu of this coffee cart corresponds to a specific performance, each of which uses game theory and the conventions of a retail interaction to engage the participant with the social justice issues that result from the coffee industry.
Food: 100% Columbian Coffee

 

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