Posts Tagged ‘student’

FREE CMA 1-year Membership for CSU Art and Design

October 9, 2017

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Cleveland State University has entered into a partnership with the Cleveland Museum of Art. As a perk, current CSU Art and Design majors are eligible to free one-year memberships to CMA.

Benefits include:

  • Free, unlimited admission to select CMA ticketed exhibitions
  • 50% off admission to ticketed events for members’ guests
  • Discounts to events and programs
  • Priority registration and discounts for art classes
  • 15% discount at the museum store
  • 10% discount at the museum restaurant and cafe
  • Flat rate parking ($6)
  • Invitations to members-only special exhibition Preview Days
  • Subscription to Cleveland Art members magazine
  • Research library privileges

To claim your free membership, visit Cleveland Museum of Art Membership Registration page.

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Creative Quarterly Call for Entries

April 11, 2017

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Creative Quarterly 48: Call for Entries
Spring has sprung
We’d like to see what you’ve hatched up lately.
In graphic design. Photography. Illustration. Or fine art.
All countries invited.
Professional, student or amateur entrants welcomed.
Spend a little chicken feed, and who knows
you may have something to crow about.

CQ48 Deadline: April 28, 2017

 http://www.cqjournal.com/callforentries

Communication Arts Student Contest

September 20, 2016

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Free CIFF Films for CSU Students

March 21, 2016

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The Cleveland International Film Festival is celebrating its 40th anniversary this year – and Cleveland State University students, faculty and staff are invited to get in on the cinematic fun.

CIFF40 will take place Wednesday, March 30, through Sunday, April 10, at Tower City Cinemas and select neighborhood screening locations. The festival will showcase 193 feature films and 213 short films representing 72 countries. Program guides are available across the CSU campus.

Tickets are $14 per film for CIFF members ($25 student memberships are available) and $16 for the general public. CSU students, faculty and staff can use the code CSU to receive a $2 discount per ticket. Tickets are available online (www.clevelandfilm.org), by phone (1.877.304.FILM) or in person at the Film Festival Box Office in the lobby of Tower City Cinemas.

Here are more ways to get in on the festivities:

VOUCHERS

Festival vouchers are available at the CSU Student Center Information Desk for CSU students, faculty and staff (two per person) with a valid Viking Card, starting Tuesday, March 22. The voucher must be exchanged in person at Tower City Cinemas for a free ticket to a specific screening. You are encouraged to exchange your voucher as early as possible to avoid stand-by or sellouts.

APRIL 4: CSU DAY AT THE CIFF 

Monday, April 4, is CSU Day at the CIFF. CSU students, faculty and staff who present a valid Viking Card at the Film Festival Box Office (open 8:30 a.m. to 10:00 p.m.) can see one film per round at no charge – up to six films over the course of the entire day (subject to ticket availability).

APRIL 9: FILMMAKER PANELS AT CSU 

In conjunction with the festival, the CSU School of Communication once again will host a free series of interactive panel discussions featuring visiting filmmakers whose works are being shown in the festival. This year’s event, set for Saturday, April 9, will feature the following panels:

  • Pre-production and Funding Essentials (10:00 a.m. – 11:30 a.m. )
  • Independent Film Production (11:45 a.m. – 1:15 p.m.)
  • The Documentary – Present and Future (1:45 p.m. – 3:15 p.m.)
  • Post-production – Editing and More (3:30 p.m. – 5:00 p.m.)

These panel discussions, which are open to the public, will be held in the MU107 Auditorium in the CSU Music and Communication Building, 2001 Euclid Avenue, Cleveland. Please visit clevelandfilm.org/festival/special-programs/filmmaker-panels for more information.

MORE FREE SCREENINGS FOR STUDENTS 

From Thursday, March 31, through Sunday, April 10, the festival also will offer free morning, matinee and late-night screenings to CSU students who present their valid Viking Card. Free films will be screened weekdays between 9 a.m. and 3 p.m., as well as after 11 p.m. on Fridays and Saturdays. Tickets will be available one hour before screening start time and distributed on a first come, first served basis while supplies last. Students should go to the Duke Desk (Will Call) outside the entrance to Tower City Cinemas with their Viking Card to obtain a ticket (one per student, per film).

– See more at: http://www.csuohio.edu/news/cleveland-international-film-festival-offers-free-film-screenings-and-discount-tickets-for-csu#sthash.iHHqh1TJ.dpuf

SPACES Student Exhibition

March 4, 2016

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From April 23rd to May 11th SPACES hosts CommunitySPACES, a series of art exhibitions showcasing the great work our local culture, education, and health institutions are doing throughout Northeast Ohio! Each week we will feature 4 different organizations, as well as the artists and individuals they serve.

OPPORTUNITY: May 7th – May 11th: NEO Student Art Show presents the works from Northeast Ohio’s college art departments, including Oberlin College, Kent State University, Cleveland Institute of Art and Cleveland State University.

Register for the Exhibition HERE.
Work Drop off Deadline: May 5 at 5PM.

Opening Reception: Saturday, May 7th from 3-5pm. – See more at: http://www.spacesgallery.org/project/communityspaces#sthash.T7JB360T.dpuf

Undergraduate Research Awards

November 23, 2015

 

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Ryan Upp, previous Art Department URA recipient.

 

The purpose of this program is to allow undergraduate students to obtain funding to offset the costs associated with doing research undertaken in a CSU credit-bearing course. Previously named the Graduate College and Provost’s Undergraduate Research Fund. Review the guidelines here for more information.

You may apply for funds up to $1000.
Deadline for applications is Mon, Nov 30, 2015
Learn more here.

A Photo Job

October 30, 2015

…Working with Santa? Yes Please.

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Mr. Kringle & Company® Seeks Photographers for 2015 Season of Kringle’s Inventionasium®

See listing on Craig’s List
Location: Cleveland, OH
Job Type: Director of Photography for Interactive Holiday Experience with Mr. Kringle®
Production Company: The Mr. Kringle® Company, LLC

JOB DESCRIPTION:
Capture magic moments while families visit with Mr. Kringle in a private, intimate setting.
Take candid shots as the children whisper their wish lists to Mr. Kringle.
Help pose families for portrait shots with Mr. Kringle.
Manage time for the 4 minute visits

OVERVIEW — KRINGLE’S INVENTIONASIUM®
Kringle’s Inventionasium® is a 60 minute, fully immersive, interactive theatrical experience developed in Cleveland by the Mr. Kringle® Company, LLC in association with the Mr. Kringle® Licensing Group.

The Inventionasium® is Mr. Kringle’s top secret inventing laboratory. Guests tour different departments, explore eacharea and engage in hands-on activities to help Kringle, his family, friends and fellow inventors prepare for the holidayseason. The experience concludes with a photo opportunity and private visit with Mr. Kringle® as well as a trip through Kringle’s Toy Shoppe®.

APPLICATION PROCESS
To apply, reply to this email with:
1. Current Headshot & Resume
2. Three Photos from your Portfolio or provide a link to view your work online.
3. Please include a brief paragraph expressing your interest in working with Mr. Kringle®.

Please reply by 2015-11-06.

Qualified candidates will be contacted to interview.

QUALIFICATIONS
A qualified Individual would meet the following criteria:
 Thrives in team environment
 Outgoing personality
 Loves working with families and children
 Willing to make a difference in a guest’s experience
 Ability to thrive in a fast-paced environment
 Adapts quickly to unexpected situations & uses good judgment under pressure
 Highly skilled in the areas of problem solving, organization & interpersonal communication
 Excellence in efficient time management and multi-tasking
 Exercises a sense of humor on a daily basis
 Available to work flexible hours including weekends and holidays
 Professional Photography Experience
 Experience with Event Photography preferred

OPERATING DATES & HOURS
Previews:
November 14 (VIP/Sponsors), 15, 17, 18 6pm — 8pm

Full Production:
November 20 (Opening), 3pm – 8pm; 21, 27, 10am – 8pm; 28 (Winterfest), 10am – 9pm; 22, 29, 11am – 7pm
December 1-3, 8-10, 14-17, 3pm – 8pm; 4-6, 11-13, 18-23, 10am – 8pm; 11am 7pm; 24 (Closing), 10am – 3pm

TRAINING SCHEDULE
Orientation: Thursday November 5th at 6:30pm
Training Period: November 6th to November 19, 2015

Weeknight Sessions:
6:00 — 10:00pm. Specific Dates TBA

Weekend Sessions:
Saturday Sessions could be morning or afternoon.
Sunday sessions could be afternoon or evening.

COMPENSATION
PAID: $12/Hour

PRODUCTION TEAM
Based on original characters and story by: Michael Chiappe

Performance Director: Miron Gusso
Artistic Director — Jimmy Langa
Operations Director — Greg Markowitz
Hospitality Director — Jake Hastings

This hiring notice was posted by: The Mr. Kringle® Company, LLC

Photography and Video Exchange

October 26, 2015

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Want to see what other photo students around the country are doing? Want to share with them what you’re up to? You can even give and receive feedback on work. Check out the Photography and Video Exchange.

Participating is easy. Just check out the blog and comment on any work that strikes your interest. To share your work, send an email to the blog’s creator, Adriane Little at photographyexchange@gmail.com. But first, take a look at the details by checking out the blog’s Instructions Page.

Creative Quarterly Competition

October 12, 2015

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We’re looking for the best art, advertising, design, illustration and photography done in the past six months. Professional or student. Judged by an editorial staff of award-winning graphic designers, a former judge for Communication Arts annual and represented in The Graphic Eye: Photographs by Graphic Designers from around the Globe, a judge for the Society of Illustrators, Print Regional Design Annual and regional and national advertising and design competitions. Recently named one of the top 100 art and design publications in the world, Creative Quarterly accepts professional and student entries from all parts of the globe.

Categories include advertising, graphic design, photography, illustration and fine art. Entry fees for Professionals are $30 per single entry, $55 per series—3 to 5 images for all published work, $20/$45; for recent graduates (from the last three years), $15/$45 and for current undergraduates or post graduate students, $10 per single entry, $20 for a series.

Winners will appear in the Spring issue of Creative Quarterly and be exhibited in our online gallery. Winners will also be entered in our year-end juried competitions where we’ll select the top 100 pieces for 2015.

CQ42 Deadline: October 30th, 2015

Click here to enter

Juried Exhibition for Current Student in Columbus

February 13, 2015

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 SUBMISSION DEADLINE: FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 20, 2015


ROY G BIV Gallery is now accepting submissions for New School, a juried exhibition for undergraduate students. This exhibition aims to showcase the best, cutting-edge student work and to connect student artists from different schools. Jurors Mark Zuzik, Ken Aschliman and Erin McKenna will select the exhibiting artists. Entries are open to any artist currently enrolled in an undergraduate program. The selected artists’ work will be exhibited from April 17–May 15, 2015, at M I N T Art Gallery.

ABOUT THE JURORS

 

  • Mark Zuzik is the Programs Coordinator for the Pizzuti Collection. He graduated from Bowling Green State University in 2009 with a BA in Art History. He has a pointed interest in contemporary art, design and craft, as well as community building through collaborative arts programming.
  • Ken Aschliman is the director of ROY G BIV Gallery for Emerging Artists. He received his BFA in Fine Arts and Minor in Art History from Columbus College of Art & Design (CCAD) in 2011. Previously, Aschliman taught at the Columbus Museum of Art, Ohio Craft Museum and CCAD.
  •  Erin McKenna is a visual artist who lives and works in Columbus, OH.  She graduated from Columbus College of Art & Design in 2012.  In summer of 2012, she and others founded No Place, a studio warehouse space for making, collaborating and events. Erin is the Head Preparator at Canzani Gallery and a temporary preparator at the Wexner Center for the Arts.

 

To be considered, artists must:

 

  • 1 – Complete the submission form below.
  • 2 – Submit a $5 entry fee per piece through PayPal.
    (Entry fee is waived for current ROY members. Students qualify for a reduced membership at $25 (the price of entering 5 pieces). A student membership waives all entry fees for the year and comes with comes other benefits. Learn more here.)

Click here to learn more and to apply.