Special to this year’s Art Hop: The Champlain Crazy Dogs, from the senior poetry seminar, will be perform Friday, September 6, 8-9 p.m. at the Lakeside Cantina.
Champlain College Art Show @ Art Hop: Call for Work
Champlain College will again have a presence with an exhibition of work at the Emergent Media Center at Lakeside. Art Hop attracts thousands of visitors and the Lakeside location potentially offers a high degree of visibility. The Champlain Art Hop exhibit is open to faculty and staff (and their families) and… to students! PLEASE consider submitting!
Contact: Professor Al Larsen — email@example.com, 865-5467
Art Hop is nearly here!
The greater Champlain College community (students, staff and faculty) will be represented at this massive yearly art event by a show at the Emergent Media Center (Miller Center, Lakeside Campus). The show celebrates the diversity, passion and innovation of creative pursuits here through the display of a variety of work including paintings, photography and video art as well as games developed by student teams at the Emergent Media Center and a program of work by students in the Filmmaking Program.
Accompanying the show on Friday evening will be Cafe Bongo, “a spirited program of music and word” which will include extraordinary student poets the Crazy Dogs and and an Irish folk music jam session.
Here are the dates and times!
Friday, Sept 6th
Champlain College Art Show – 5:00 – 9:00 pm
w/ Cafe Bongo performances 7:00 – 10:00 pm
Emergent Media Center and lobby, Miller Center (Lakeside Campus)
Saturday, Sept 7th
Champlain College Art Show – 10:00 am – 4:00 pm,
Emergent Media Center at Miller Center (Lakeside Campus)
In ADDITION, on Friday evening and Saturday during the day, students in the interdisciplinary Creative Media BFA program will be presenting a group show titled Revolution which will be displayed on a loading dock(!) more or less behind SEABA Gallery headquarters (404 Pine Street). This show is a collaboration between students in two classes, one of which submitted the work and the other which curated and organized the exhibition. Thanks to instructors Rebecca Scwharz and Chris Thompson for shaping this unique learning activity! A program of work by Champlain Filmmaking students will also be on view at this site after dark on Friday.
And do not forget to check out the interactive media piece at the JDK Gallery at 47 Maple St. that Graphic Design and Digital Media faculty Coby Brownell has been collaborating with a team to produce.