Subject: Interstitial Theatre May Screening
Interstitial Theatre presents: “The City Projects” by Ryan Irilli and Liz Copland
Screening:Thursday, May 5th, 2011 at 8pm
1701 First Ave. South, Seattle
“The City Projects” is a series of animations that adds depth to the people of this world. It gives meaning to their existence and creates the sense of internal conflict. The first installment, which will be screening at Interstitial Theatre, is a letter from a lonely transplant of a major metropolis that desperately misses the familiarity of her rural hometown. She writes her reminisce to her dear brother back home, caring for his mother and tending to their land.
Ryan Irilli and Liz Copland’s work merges technology and computers with traditional sculpture and drawing. Since the onset, their method has been to focus on using materials to create miniature worlds in which stories take place. Stop motion animation brings these worlds to life, as painstaking as it may be, and captures the hand of the artist at work through every imperfect gesture. Irilli and Copland are graduates from the DXARTS program (Irilli) and the Ceramics program (Copland) at the University of Washington and are now based out of San Francisco.
Interstitial Theatre is an artist run project curated by Kira Burge and Julia Bruk , and features artists who are making relevant contemporary video art.
Interstitial Theatre’s May screening with Ryan Irilli on May 5th from 8-11pm
at RustiQue Studios, 1701 First Ave. South (3rd floor) in Seattle, WA.
Still exploring majors?
Wish you knew more about what UW has to offer?
Come and check out all of the disciplines offered here at UW as you play fun gamesand interact with advanced students and advisers at the Links Majors Fair! It’s happening in Lander Hall on March 30th from 6:30-8:30pm. There will be lots of opportunities to win FREE prizes and eat FREE cookies! What’s not to love? Just to name a FEW of the fun things happening at the fair…
-Explore brain samples under a microscope with BIOLINK
-Design and create your own buttons with ARTSLINK
-Create a poem for a friend with the WORDLINK poem generator
-Learn about exciting career options with the UW CAREER CENTER
-Meet academic ADVISERS that can help you find your path
We hope you can make it! Contact email@example.com with questions
Business Plan Competition
The UW Business Plan Competition is the marquee event for the Center for Innovation and Entrepreneurship at the University of Washington Michael G. Foster School of Business. In the past thirteen years, the Business Plan Competition has successfully:
Can non-business students enter the competition?
Yes. The Business Plan Competition is open to ALL students who are currently enrolled in a degree program in the state of Washington.
If I don’t find any team members that really seem like “the right fit” during the Networking Nights, is it OK to have a “team” of just one person?
It is OK to have just one person on a team. However, if you advance to the Investment Round, you’ll want to add a few people to your team to help you pitch to judges.
Can we submit a business plan into the competition for a business that is or may become a nonprofit / social business in the future?
The competition is open to all types of businesses. Every year there are nonprofit or socially responsible businesses in the competition.
Is there a BPC archive that has a synopsis of the BPC plans submitted so far?
Yes, but you must come to CIE to look at it. Be sure to call or email the CIE Office to set-up a time.
Can a student submit plans for more than one team?
You are allowed to participate in the Business Plan Competition with more than one team. It can be a logistical challenge to do that at the Investment Round and Sweet 16, but it is possible.
Am I allowed to have a faculty member as a mentor for the BPC?
You can have a faculty member as a mentor. We’re also happy to try to pair you with a professional in the field who could coach and mentor you through the process. Note, it’s much more effective if you have an idea of who you would like to talk to more about your idea. Coming and simply asking for a mentor will make it challenging for you to find the right person. You should do research to find out who you want to talk to.
I am part of a company looking to recruit students to assist in taking my idea through the Business Plan Competition. How should I go about doing this?
Here are two ways to meet students:
Can I compete two years in a row?
Students are welcome and encouraged to participate as many times as they want – as long as they are a student (enrolled in a degree seeking program in Washington state) or have a student on their team.
Can I change the name of the business at some point during the competition?
You are allowed to change your company name during the competition. We recommend that you reference the name change in your documents (one-page executive summary or business plan).
Can I have more than 4 members on my team?
You can have as many people on your team as your like; there is no official limit. Most teams are 3-5 people, but you can do whatever makes the most sense for you. However, only four teammates can pitch at a time during the Investment Round. If you have more than four team members, you can tradeoff.
Is the list of judges for the Business Plan Competition available to the participants?
We don’t release our judge lists for any of the rounds.
Do judges or coaches usually sign NDAs (non-disclosure agreements)?
Judges and coaches do not sign NDAs. This is common practice in the entrepreneurial world, especially when you are pitching your idea to investors. You should figure out a way to talk about your business, but not give away the confidential information that could be patented, trademarked, or that is simply your secret sauce.
Contact Sarah Massey at firstname.lastname@example.org or 206.685.9868 for more information.
Want to perform some music in the coolest cafe on campus? How about a piece of poetry? A monologue? Share your artwork on the walls? Give an artist statement and have an open discussion about your work? How about performing a dance?
ArtsLink wants to hear from you! Send us an email at email@example.com, telling us what you do and how you would like to share it. We’re organizing a series of shows and student related events next quarter that could feature your talents!
The Career Center Workshops & Events for January 11 – January 15
NOTE: Unless indicated, no need to register or sign up for the following workshops. Just come!
**All The Career Center workshops are held in Room 134 Mary Gates Hall unless otherwise noted **
Monday, January 11, 3:30 – 4:30, Resumes & Cover Letters
Tuesday, January 12, 2:30 – 3:30, Resumes & Cover Letters
Tuesday, January 12, 3:30 – 4:30, Making the Most of a Career Fair
Wednesday, January 13, 3:30 – 4:30, Networking for Shy People (and Everyone Else!)
**Thursday, January 14, 4:30 – 6:30, Employer Conversations: Networking in a Tough Economy, HUB 108**
This Employer Conversation is aimed at helping you gain more confidence in your networking skills, and provide you with tips to help you make the most of your networking. A tough economy can become less tough with good networking skills on your side!
Friday, January 15, 1:30 – 2:30, Making the Most of a Career Fair
Friday, January 15, 2:30 – 3:30, Resumes & Cover Letters
Tonight there is a special opening happening downtown, featuring UW’s own MFA grad George Rodriguez. Four established Seattle Artists were each paired with an up and coming young artist that they feel deserves more attention. Come and see the resulting work of this collaborative project!
1220 Third Avenue
Seattle, WA 98101
Opening Reception: Thursday May 14 5-7pm
3D4M MFA graduate, Ben Waterman, has his solo graduation show opening tonight. It’s down at the Ceramic Metal Arts Building, and starts at 7. Come early to get a seat and hear the artist speak about his work. This is a great opportunity to see a graduate art show, and all are welcome!
Solo Graduate Exhibition
ARTIST LECTURE | RECEPTION 7:00PM
The work related to language, a confirmation
that we are not cut off but vulnerable, an enlivening to the word,
corner, the phrase 6th and Blanchard, the expression some new project
behind that fence, and old industrial area: along with clay, sand,
rain, concrete, and steel.
Tony Velonis Memorial Scholarship
Society of Glass and Ceramic Decorators
Deadline: June 01, 2009
Type of Award: Scholarship
The Tony Velonis Memorial Scholarship is open to undergraduate and graduate students in a glass, ceramic or related curriculum including ceramic engineering, glass art, ceramic art and design. Your experience in glass or ceramic design, grades, financial need and plans for future study in the glass and ceramic field will also be considered.
Ceramic Sciences and Engineering
“THROUGH COLLISION” A show by Noah Grussgott, David Hollander and Ben Waterman
Something is learned both about a wall and about a cup by smashing them against each other. The trajectories of the shards, the dents, the lines of fracture. Sculpture is an aftermath of collision; a relationship the result of continued collisions. Sculpture is something to collide with. We are asking what is transferred, what results in collision between feeling and material, between material and feeling. Is anything passed directly or is it only the shock waves that permeate?
Where?: 3509 Fremont Ave N Seattle WA, 98103
NW corner of Fremont and 35th
When?: March 13, 7pm
Special Guests at the opening include: One West Hip Hop and NYC Subterranean (10pm)
Miss the opening? Set up an appointment to see the show by emailing
Check out the Georgetown art walk this Valentines Day. Word of advice: bring a date and avoid single’s woe syndrome, the event is going to be focused on, well, romance.
ITS THE FIRST ANNIVERSARY!
SATURDAY ART ATTACK
SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 14th, 6-9
The Georgetown Merchants Association hosts a special Valentine’s Day edition of its monthly art walk Saturday.
In the span of a single year this colorful art walk has established itself as among the most idiosyncratic cultural outings in our region. This monthly promotion is distinguished by its diversity – featuring visual, performing, film, media and applied arts, as well as a wide variety of food, drinks, and shopping. More than 30 creative enterprises in close proximity participate; programming events featuring accomplished artists from Georgetown and beyond.
HIGHLIGHTS: Drawing by Georgetown artist Doug Parry; The Grand Opening of Georgetown Studios @ the Engine Room of the Original Rainier Brewery featuring art by Tim Ticehurst, Kathryn Barnard and others, curated by Gretchen Johnson; Mark LaFalce’s “Economic Stimulus Package Open Studio (ESPOS) – New Oils for a Greener Economy,” together with multimedia artist Deborah Stachowic, ceramicist Pamela Hathaway and special guest Claire Brown; local painter Loren Lavinthal plus ceramics and tiles from Sherri Scott at George; Short and feature length films @ the Mix; Jill Alba’s multi-media custom frames @ Full Throttle Bottles; Rebecca Bolte’s “Couples in Love,” a wedding and engagement photography @ Bolte Creative; “Tokyo Micro/Macro,” a photographic portrait of contemporary Tokyo featuring the work of Nicholas Vroman and Virginia Sorrells @ Calamity Jane’s; Paintings by John Ohannesian, @ the Stables; Open studios of over 40 resident artists @ Equinox Studios; “Figruary,” a show of figurative works by Angielena Chamberlain and Jeff Mihalyo at Bella Vitale Studio; “Unlovable,” an exhibition of narrative drawings by Los Angeles artist Esther Pearl Watson, and a Valentine’s Day sale of comix and graphics novels @ Fantagraphics Bookstore & Gallery; “Resident Artist Show” featuring original works by the instructors and artists @ Georgetown Art Center; Intimate dining and drinking at Georgetown establishments including Smarty Pants, All City Coffee, Via Tribunali, Stellar Pizza & Ale, 9 Lb. Hammer, Georgetown Liquor Company; Squid and Ink, Jules Maes Saloon, Calamity Jane’s, and Hanger Café.
For details and map: go to http://www.georgetownartattack.com.
Want a fun, free Saturday activity? Come get inspired by some amazing artists!
Please join us at the Seattle Central Library this Saturday the 31st at 6 pm!
A free symposium, The Yixing Effect with Richard Notkin, Marvin Sweet and Geo Lastomirsky.
Immediately afterward there is an opening for Richard Notkin:Past and Present At the Pottery Northwest Gallery (approximately 7:30).
If you still haven’t been to the BAM to see the exhibit by Tip Toland, you have a few weeks left! I was so impressed on my first trip, I had to return two more times to share it with friends and family. This is the kind of work that you have to see in person!
Tip Toland’s: MELT
“Much like life, Tip Toland’s work can be poetic, passionate, and now and again, unsettling. Her incredibly life-like sculptures – laboriously constructed of clay, stoneware, synthetic hair and paint – capture our bodies at their most vulnerable: naked, aging, exposed to the ravages of time and the elements. Yet at the heart of her work there is compassion, playfulness, and above all, acceptance of self.” (http://www.bellevuearts.org/exhibitions/current/tip_toland.htm)
Tues: 10 am – 5:30 pm Price: 7$ (Students with ID)
Wed: 10 am – 5:30 pm 9$ (Adult Admission)
Thurs: 10 am – 5:30 pm
Fri: 10 am – 9 pm
Sat: 10 am – 5:30 pm
Sun: 11 am – 5:30 pm