February 2011 Archives

Link to enter the Annual Student Exhibition - Feb 28-Mar 4 ONLY

The link is live for entering the Annual Student Exhibition 2011.

You may enter anytime between Monday Feb 28 and midnight Friday March 4.

Consult the examples at the link below for clarification on titling your entry form, jpeg, and mov files:


Use the same link to download the Call for Entries and a blank Entry Form. When your files are ready,


Once the page opens, click on the blue upload icon (example below) to upload your entry form and jpeg/mov files.

Look for confirmation of successful upload:
--> The document, smith012_entry2_PancakeIce.jpg, was successfully uploaded to directory, Dropbox.

Even after you upload your files successfully, it will still read "This directory is empty" but fear not, the jurors can see your work.





REMINDERS:

ENTRY FORM:
Please complete the A&D 2011 ASE Entry Form.pdf using the latest version of Adobe Reader (http://get.adobe.com/reader/). Click "Highlight Fields" in the upper right to be sure you've filled in all fields, including the required consent form in the lower left. You must rename and save the file like this example:

smith012.pdf (your email ID.pdf)

IMAGE GUIDELINES:
Please submit high quality photos that are acceptable for viewing online.
Two-dimensional (2D): students may only submit 1 view per work.
Three-dimensional (3D): students may submit 2 views per work. 
Time based work (video, sound, etc...): students may submit up to 4 minutes per entry. The final work may be longer, but only short samples or previews will be accepted for review.

Image Size: 72 dpi images with maximum vertical and/or horizontal dimension of 1024 pixels.

Image File Size: cannot exceed 1.2 MB for each image and 10 MB for each time based work.

Image Quality: When preparing your image, please use little or no compression and when saving as a jpg, use Baseline standard. If you need to reduce the file size, it is better to make the image size smaller than to add compression. Time based work should use appropriate QuickTime compression.

Image Format: You may submit your artwork in jpg and/or mov format. File Names: Please name your files like these examples:

smith012_entry1_title.jpg (email ID, entry #, title of your artwork, .jpg for any jpg file)
or:
smith012_entry1_title.mov (email ID, entry #, title of work, .mov for any movie file)

QUESTIONS?
Read the Call for Entries and the separate Entry Form carefully. Consult the examples. If you still have questions, contact Ryuta rnakajim@d.umn.edu or Steve bardolph@d.umn.edu

Duluth Audobon Society hiring for website help

The Duluth Audubon Society is looking for a web designer with experience in the Wordpress (or a similar) platform to help us redo our website (http://www.duluthaudubon.org/). In addition to moving our current content to Wordpress and making the site more visually appealing, we would also like to add several pages to expand the educational content of the site (which will be written by Audubon members).  This is a paid position; please send bids, along with links to or screen shots of your previous work to Ruth Henriquez at ruthhdas@gmail.com.  Thank you!

Annual Student Exhibition: Call for Entries and Entry Form

We invite you to enter UMD Art & Design's 2011 Annual Student Exhibition. This year we have two excellent jurors, Chad Albers for Design and Theresa Downing for Studio, and the initial submission and jurying will be online February 28 - March 4 via digital entry form, photos, and movies. As always it's an excellent chance to show off your best graphic design and studio art work while competing for thousands of dollars in awards.

Open to all students who have had an art or design class Spring or Fall 2010, or Spring 2011, regardless of major.

Find the calendar, procedures, all the details and your entry form in the two pdfs below:



Download the latest version of Adobe Reader here:

Get busy documenting your work! We're eager to see your submissions.

--Steve Bardolph


Note from Jim Klueg:

A&D majors and minors,

I just want to send my extra encouragement for you to submit your best work for this year's show. The show committee's worked really hard to make the process as easy (and inexpensive) as possible. 

Big improvement: online application means you don't have to drop off and pick up declined work and no 2-D work has to be framed until you know you're accepted. Also, you'll all be able to vote the first week the show's up for a Student Choice Award.

As you may remember from my previous email, this April 25-26 our department will be reviewed by a team from NASAD, the National Association of Schools of Art and Design. A significant part of how they'll rate us has to do with the quality of the work you do. We know you make some great stuff, but they won't unless you submit! It's especially huge to show up this time.

They'll also be an opportunity for you to meet with the team during their visit, and I'll send that out later. So send those files, shoot that work and let's make this year's show as good as we really are!

thanks,
Jim

Job Fair at UWS February 16th

Head of the Lakes Spring Job Fair

February 16, 2011
Yellowjacket Union Great Room
UW-Superior

The Head of the Lakes Fall Job Fair is a general job and internship fair offered to students and recent alumni of all majors from the University of Minnesota Duluth, the College of St Scholastica and the University of Wisconsin-Superior as well as community members. Attendees will be seniors and recent alumni seeking full-time employment and undergraduate students seeking internship/co-ops and summer positions.

***Note to Graphic Design students: Representatives from 50Below will be at the job fair--a creative company that hires many designers.


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