This looks to be an informative and fun event, good for networking with local designers and technology entrepreneurs, especially those interested in the non-profit realm. Aardvark Brigade, Sept 18 2014, Somerset NJ.
You can attend this one-day design conference for free by registering online.
Want to work at a local start-up incubator, meet entrepreneurs, and help build a graphic design team from scratch? Are you a master at CS6, as well as proficient at HTML5/CSS3? Consider an internship at Juicetank Innovation Labs, located in Somerset, NJ. Start/end dates are variable, as we can accommodate most schedules. See juicetank.com, and to apply, send your résumé via email to email@example.com
Rutgers Art Library has a new Art Library Research guide that may be accessed at: http://libguides.rutgers.edu/artlibrary
The Art Library
The State University of New Jersey
71 Hamilton Street
New Brunswick, New Jersey 08901-1248
This symposium will reflect on how and why we use the term “documentary” to
describe photography today. In what ways are artists, scholars, and curators thinking
about documentary photography? How are photographers dealing with the
evidentiary function of their pictures while notions of authenticity and truth are
broadly challenged by political conflicts and new media? How do those pictures shape
our understanding of contemporary human rights, and their violations, across the
globe? Might we also speak of documentary photography as a style unlinked to the
medium’s social functions? Participants will include photographer Nina Berman, Mary
Panzer (NYU), and Sharon Sliwinski (University of Western Ontario), with respondent
Diane Neumaier (Rutgers).
Friday, December 7, 2012
10 a.m.–1 p.m.
Teleconference Lecture Hall
169 College Avenue
The Daily Targum is looking for a design and associate design editor for the 145th editorial board. The positions are paid and run from February 2013- February 2014. Training starts immediately. The design editor is responsible for laying out the entire paper. He/she must be in the office from 4 p.m. to around 10:30 p.m. Sunday-Thursday. Design editors work closely with the news team and are vital in the newsroom. This positions requires a time commitment, however it provides invaluable, hands-on experience. We are looking for smart, detail-oriented, and creative students. He/she must be enthusiastic to learn and eager to help improve the overall image of the paper. If interested in training, email design[at]dailytargum.com ASAP.
The Daily Targum
26 Mine Street
New Brunswick, NJ 08901
(732) 932-2012 ext. 101
Here is a message from Amee:
Undergraduate Annual exhibition – Open Call for Art Work 2012
You are invited to submit one work on the theme of “Systems”.
(You can find great examples for inspiration in the Zimmerli’s group show “Art=Text=Art” and the work of Ruth Vollmer, who used mathematics and the Fibonnacci series/sequence to produce her abstract sculpture.)
Both BA and BFA students are encouraged to submit one piece each; all are accepted.
The exhibition will be on view from Monday, October 29th – Tuesday, November 13th, 2012.
The opening reception is Wednesday, October 31st, from 5-7pm.
The show will be curated and installed by the BFA Thesis class (Section 1) and participating students should bring their artwork to the Visual Arts office from Monday, October 15th – Thursday, October 18th between the hours of 10am-5pm.
SUBMITTING IS EASY:
- Fill out the two attached labels completely.
- Turn in one copy to a Supervising Graduate Student in the Visual Arts Dept. Office (CSB124) and attach the other to the artwork being submitted.
- After label has been submitted to the office, take art work up to the third-floor crit room where it will be stored until the exhibition is installed.
Let’s make a great show!
Undergraduate Program Coordinator, Visual Arts
Mason Gross School of the Arts
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General Responsibilities and Duties:
- Working with and assisting the graphic design department
- Involved in general design projects
- Assisting with brochure designs
- Implementing flyer and print material
- Researching and image gathering
- Participating in marketing brainstorming and strategy meetings
- Various other duties as assigned
- Interest in graphic design
- Experience and knowledge with Adobe Creative Suite programs (i.e. Photoshop and Illustrator)
- Intern should be creative, hardworking and have a good sense of design
Please send resumes to HR@PruCenter.com
Two films from original documentary trilogy “The Art of Becoming” (Going Gaga for Dance and Jazz Trombones: A Vocal Expression) were broadcast last Monday night on NJTV and are now streaming on PBS website.
A makerspace is growing inside Rutgers. It is located at 35 Berrue Circle
Piscataway Township. In the space they are running Make Your Makerspace events on Wednesday evening, and a 3D printing night Thursday after 8pm.
As design area faculty we are going to visit their October 18th, 3D printing event at 8pm. Please join us if you like.
To see what a makerspace is:
and its critiscm: