Interlochen Music Camp and Blue Lake Music Camp are tabling at the College of Music to recruit staff for their summer positions. These camps have GREAT paid opportunities in the following areas:
Musical theater direction
Los Angeles-based textile artist Karen Hampton examines the African American diaspora and explores her personal and ancestral narrative through the art of embroidery, coupled with found textiles and a multitude of textile techniques. Her work recounts her own complex family history and gives voice to long-forgotten stories that tell about African-American experience.
New York based Joanne Greenbaum’s paintings are energetic profusions of overlapping techniques and colors, featuring clusters of architectural forms, irregular shapes, and doodle-like lines. Her work is held in the permanent collections of the Museum of Fine Arts Boston, Hammer Museum, UCLA, Rose Art Museum, Brandeis, and many others.
What: We’ll spend the day at Henry Ford Museum, a museum dedicated to American inventions and technology, such as cars, trains, and planes, where you can experience the sights, sounds, and sensations of America’s past. You will also be able to see one film at the museum’s Giant Screen Theater in 4k digital quality. Things you should consider seeing in the museum are the Rosa Parks bus, U.S. President limousines, and the Abraham Lincoln rocking chair. For more information, check out www.thehenryford.org
Cost: $45. Price includes transportation and entrance to the museum and film. Bring money for lunch and souvenirs.
*Please sign up and pay (credit card or cash) at the English Language Center
Office in Wells Hall B-230.
Deadline: Thursday 2/8/18 at 5:00 p.m.
Alejandro T. Acierto is an artist and musician whose work is largely informed by the breath, the voice, and the processes that enable them. Based in Chicago, his work has been shown at the MCA, SAIC, and SOMArts, among many others. Acierto is also a founding member of contemporary chamber orchestra Ensemble Dal Niente.
Learn about the Benjamin A. Gilman International Scholarship for Study Abroad and hear tips for creating a successful application. To be eligible for the Gilman you must be receiving a Federal Pell Grant at the time of application or during the term abroad, and be planning to participate in a credit-bearing international program that lasts for at least 21 days in one country.