Troy Richards – artist lecture – fishbowl, Thursday April 2nd @ 11:00 AM.
Troy Richards currently lives in Newark, DE where he teaches printmaking at the University of Delaware. He received his MFA in 1997 from Cranbrook Art Academy in Bloomfield Hills, MI. He then lived in Philadelphia and Washington D.C. before moving to New York City where he taught art at Monroe Academy for Visual Arts and was a founder of Global Enterprise Academy, an alternative school created with funds from the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation.
He has had solo exhibitions at Grand Arts in Kansas City, Duncan and Miller Gallery in Washington D.C., and a long-term installation at Eastern State Penitentiary in Philadelphia, PA. His work included in group exhibits in New York City at P.S.1, White Columns, Socrates Sculpture Park, the Lower Manhattan Cultural Council, LFL Gallery and Gallery 67 among others. His art is included in the collections of the Cranbrook Art Museum and the Queens Museum of Art.
For more information please visit: http://troyrichards.org/digital_prints.htm
Speaker: Bud Whitehouse, Director, Career Management of Virginia
Location: The Father’s House Church, 5701 S. Laburnum Ave, Richmond, VA 23231 (in the Byrd Industrial Park)
Date: Saturday, April 11th, 9 am – 12 pm
Contact: 804-795-8007; www.fathers-house.com
The Job Search Strategy: What you don’t know will hurt you … and cost you money!
The Resume: What sells and …. what doesn’t;
The Employment Interview: Winning their hearts and minds;
Networking: without losing friends: and more.
This seminar will benefit anyone who is looking for career advancement. The presentation is free. Please feel free to invite anyone who may be interested.
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“Applying for Employment with the Federal Government”
When: Wednesday, April 1, 2009
Where: University Student Commons, Richmond Salon IV
Time: 3:00 p.m. to 4:00 p.m.
Speakers Will Cover:
Tips and techniques on creating an application and resume
For more information, contact the University Career Center at 828-1645.
The VCU department of Sculpture + Extended Media is proud to present:
lecture: Monday, March 30 at 5:00 pm
VCU Sculpture Department Crit Room 3
1000 W. Broad, 1st floor
Beverly Semmes first won attention for her monumental dresses that powerfully invoke the female body. She merges a formal investigation of color, pattern, and texture with social commentary. Her fabric sculptures simulate and exaggerate such articles of attire as housedresses, ball gowns, and robes. By exaggerating the forms of clothing, Semmes draws attention to cultural stereotypes. In addition, Semmes uses her work to ruminate on the question of craft: her use of fabric allows for her consideration of textiles as well as fashion. In addition, Semmes has a long track record of working with vessel forms in glass and ceramic. Semmes was educated at Museum School and earned her MFA at Yale School of Art.
She is at VCU for the Spring ’09 semester teaching two courses, one at the graduate level and one at the undergraduate level.
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Our client, the leading provider of Information Services for the Commercial Real Estate sector in the D.C. area, is seeking a Graphic Designer for both Print and Web to work directly with the Creative Director and other members of the creative/development team to actualize integrated B2B programs.
Execute original creative ideas within brand guidelines.
Manage multiple projects under deadlines.
Self-starter with excellent time management, organization and communication skills.
Team player with the ability to work independently.
Execution and concepting for Brand Development, Direct Mail, Print Advertising, Promotions, On-line/Digital media, Viral, Guerilla, etc
3+ years of solid work experience, preferably in an agency environment.
Software knowledge should include: Entire CS3 suite.
Must be proficient on Mac and PC
Knowledge of and experience with creating interactive projects that hook into/work with content management-solutions interactive web design/e-commerce
Flash Animation/Action Script Development (desired)
After Effects and 3d software (desired)
To apply, contact:
Richmond, VA 23226