August 18, 2015 in Animation & Visual Effects, Announcements, Common Core, Digital Filmmaking, E'vents, Fine Arts, Game Art & Design, Interactive Audio, Motion Graphic Design, Sound Arts, Student Alliance, Student Events, Students by Nicholas Bizzack
The Office of Student Affairs has a new Federal Work-Study position available: Student Coach.
Under the supervision of Director of Student Affairs, the Student Coach will provide students with the guidance and skills needed to be more successful in the classroom through the use of organizational tools and time management.
To read more about the Student Coach position and to view other available positions, please go to the Federal Work-Study page.
Here’s the latest and greatest from the Office of Student Affairs…
Student Alliance member and sound student, Stephanie Sanchez will be holding an meeting on Friday, February 18th at 12 pm to discuss an upcoming Open Mic event. All students are welcome to stop by to hear more about the event or if you would like to volunteer to help plan the event this is a great opportunity to do so.
Next Student Alliance meeting will be taking place on Monday, February 28th at 12 pm in the South Wing Oval. We will be discussing upcoming events and unveiling member swag. We encourage all students to attend. If you can’t make it, notes from the meeting will be posted on the Student Alliance blog. You can also sign up to become a member on their blog.
Issue 4 of PRESS is still available on the podium at the entrance to the cafe. Great interviews with Anthony Ausgang (who did the artwork for MGMT’s Congratulations album) and Joe Barresi who produced and engineered for The Melvins. Cheeky artwork on the back of the issue provided by Anthony Ausgang and another great toon by Jimmi Myers and Joe Gordon. PRESS is also viewable here. Issue 5 will also be available soon!
Audio Engineering Society – Ex’pression College Chapter
Our campus AES Chapter is busy organizing a variety of workshops in February and March geared towards our sound students that are sure to please. For more information on the scintillating topics and dates follow this link.
They are also interested in working with a visual student (MGD or AVE) who would be willing to volunteer their time and services in creating a logo unique to the AES Ex’pression College Chapter. Please email firstname.lastname@example.org to offer your services or if you have any general questions for the group.
In an effort to reduce paper usage and waste, we are encouraging all students who need to submit an appeal (absence excusal, Financial Aid, Tuition etc.) to please use the online form and email your completed appeals to the new email set up just for appeals, email@example.com. The form has been updated so we ask that you use this new form when submitting. The new form, deadlines to submit and instructions on how to submit can be found on the student site here. Save a tree!
Industry & Career Services – Sound
We just found out that our ICS – Sound Department has invited the John Lennon Tour Bus to campus! The bus will be here on February 24th from 12 to 4 pm. Two of our graduates who work and travel with the bus will be aboard offering tours. We encourage our sound students to check out this decked-out masterpiece. Remember that as a graduate you too may have the chance to make this your next gig after graduation, so remember to be on your best behavior, ask questions and represent our school well.
According to their website…”The John Lennon Educational Tour Bus is a non-profit 501(c)(3) state-of-the-art mobile audio and HD video recording and production facility. In its fourteenth year, with the very newest technology and gear, the Bus continues to be dedicated to providing young people with tours of the studios and participation in free songwriting and multimedia production workshops. With the assistance of three on-board engineers, students learn how to write, perform, record, and produce original songs, produce and shoot music videos and documentaries and complete a broadcast quality music video – all in one day!”
Enjoy the rest of your week and stay dry and warm!
Happy Holidays Ex’pressionists!
We hope everyone is enjoying their much needed break. With the new year just around the corner we’d like to tell you about some great clubs and upcoming events for January. Looks like students are coming up with some great new club ideas. There is already buzz on campus about two new innovative campus clubs….
Music Producers Club Musicians and Electronic Producers will use this club to collaborate on song writing and to network with one another for gigs, albums, projects, etc. This will be an Ex’pression music collective; a group of students who want to write and produce hip hop, rock, alternative, techno, dance, club etc. We will work together through creativity and peer-driven constructive criticism. Contact Sound Arts student Donald Scully.
On campus Music Producers club meetings will take place in Classroom 1 (Rm 218) from 7 to 11 pm on the following Wednesdays: 1/06 & 1/13/10
My Inner Circle My Inner Circle is a collaboration of visual and sound artists who are looking for a platform to network with other like-minded creative people. This fully customizable web palette offers students a way to merge social media and art. Pages are easily modified and students are able to upload videos, music, events, blogs, and photos. Forums, video chat and third party widgets are just a few of the many great options used by students to connect with each other and connect with others who want to listen to and see your work. Sound Arts student Garrett Warner would like to put a team together to ensure positive growth on the website of talented people that are diligent, hard working and passionate. If you are interested contact Garrett today!
Interested in learning about other campus clubs or thinking about starting your own? Click here.
In Other News…
The Student Body Government will be holding their monthly meeting on Tuesday, January 5th in classroom B at 5 pm. Stop by to hear about the latest happenings for the SBG!
OSA will be hosting a Student Breakfast and Blood Drive on campus on Tuesday, January 26th. Breakfast begins at 8:45 am and the Drive begins at 10 am. Start your day off right with a continental breakfast and do something nice for the community by donating blood! If you’d like to sign up now for the Blood Drive hosted by Pacific Blood Centers visit their website: Blood Heroes click on ‘Donate Blood’ and use the sponsor code Expression to schedule your appointment. More details soon on this fun and life saving event.
See you soon!
Office of Student Affairs