Archive for March, 2016

2nd Annual Juried Student Exhibition now open

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Registration and Advising for Summer/Fall 2016

The summer/fall 2016 courses are available for viewing when you sign in on Ducktrax. 

Registration dates are as follows:

March 25      Honors College Students, Texan Reps, Athletes

March 28      Doctoral/Graduates/Post-Baccalaureate/Senior Students

March 31      Junior Students

April 3          Sophomore Students

April 6          Freshman Students

Registration is based on a student’s current classification. In progress courses are not included when determining classification for registration purposes.

Registration online will be open daily from 6:00 AM – 11:59 PM.

You may seek advising from Tim Harding (art), Knut Hybinette (digital) or Chris Ireland (both) by emailing them and setting up appointments or visiting them during office hours.  

Art and DMS led projects for Tarleton Service Day, April 7th

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Call for Entries – Extremely Shorts Film Festival (Houston)

Entry fee is $15 per title for early deadline and $20 per title for late deadline.
Aurora Picture Show members receive a voucher for free entry (Up to three entries). To join Aurora, visit the web site & click on membership.
We give out cash awards for Audience Choice 1st ($200), 2nd ($150), and 3rd ($75) place. Awards are given on the 2nd night of the festival during the reception.

ABOUT THE FESTIVAL
Started in 1998, the Extremely Shorts Festival is a juried competition of adventurous three-minute or shorter films and videos from around the world. Each year a different juror (esteemed filmmaker, film programmer or arts curator) selects 20-25 mini-masterpieces to be shown at a two day screening event. Audience Choice cash awards are given for 1st, 2nd, and 3rd place. The short format of the festival encourages innovative approaches to movie-making in a range of genres including narrative, art, experimental, documentary and animation.

The Extremely Shorts Film Festival and it’s sibling festival, the Extremely Young Film Festival, are made possible thanks in part to the support of Whole Foods Market Houston. (from Glasstire)