Archive for October 27th, 2016

Modern ’til Midnight: WHERE THE PARTY STARTS – Art Society event

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The Tarleton Art Society ae meeting at 12:15 in room 162 on Thursday (10/27). We are talking about our trip to Fort Worth Friday for the Modern Til Midnight! Here is the press release about the event from the Modern Web Page…
The Modern Art Museum of Fort Worth is proud to announce the eleventh annual Modern ’til Midnight on Friday, October 28, from 6 pm to midnight.
Save the date for Modern ’til Midnight: WHERE THE PARTY STARTS.

This event will include live performances by local and regional bands on the lawn. During late-night hours, guests will have the opportunity to explore the exhibition KAWS: WHERE THE END STARTS, join spotlight tours, enjoy DJ and dancing in the Grand Lobby, and dine on exceptional cuisine from Café Modern and the Modern Grill. The Modern Shop will offer unique giveaways and the opportunity to preorder the KAWS exhibition catalogue.

Tarleton Student Research and Creative Activity Symposium is today – in student center

We have 8 digital media and art majors presenting their creative research at the Tarleton Student Research and Creative Activity Symposium this year.  They will be presenting their work from 1 to 4 in the TSC lobby on Thursday October 27th.  Here is the blurb from the TSU website…

The Tarleton Student Research and Creative Activity Symposium is a celebration of students actively engaged in research and other scholarly activities in all disciplines. These students, who often go beyond the typical requirements for a degree, deserve special recognition on campus.

Students from all disciplines who have been engaged in faculty-mentored, independent study research and other scholarly activities are encouraged to present.  The primary focus of the Symposium is on students who have conducted research and scholarly activity independent of a classroom project.

Here is the Fall 2016 schedule