Rodman Hall Art Centre has three summer student positions available, please check the link below for details on these positions:
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Call for submissions for the Visa Gallery for the 2019/2020 season. For more information please visit:
Applications now being accepted for Visual Arts Student Assistants/Monitors for Fall/Winter 2019-2020.
• Must be a Brock University Visual Arts major (priority given to upper year students)
• Able to consistently lift up to 30 lbs
• Knowledge and interest in the Arts
• Strong communication skills
• Team oriented, willing to support where the greatest need is
• Flexible – hours may vary. Call-in shifts may occur
Duties include: Monitoring/clean-up duties of assigned areas, and other related duties assigned by supervisor.
Compensation: $14.00/hour. Apply by: Fri, April 26, 2019.
To apply send resume & cover letter to Monika Lederich at email@example.com (please use your Brock student email account) with you student number, major, year of study & relevant qualifications.
You may also apply on-line at the Brock HR page: https://brocku.wd3.myworkdayjobs.com/en-US/brocku_careers/job/St-Catharines-Downtown-Campus/Student-Assistant-Monitor-Visual-Arts-Student-Monitors_JR-1002509-1
Welcome aboard Max Holten-Andersen!
We welcome Max Holten-Andersen who becomes our new Media Resource Coordinator of Brock Visual Arts Department. Max brings a wide range of talents to serve the needs of our students and faculty. He is a guitarist, composer, sound designer, sound design instructor, and is graduate of the Brock (BMus) and University of Ottawa (MA) music programs. Max is extremely active in the Niagara music and theatre scene! Go Max!!
Originally hailing from Argentina Max brings with him a love of Latin Music, an excellent guitar solo, as well as a keen eye and ear when trouble-shooting audio-visual software and hardware. While his base of operations will be in the MWS Learning Commons (why not visit him in his MW229B office to welcome him?) Max’s busy schedule will see him bouncing between supporting our efforts in the Commons, the Visa Equipment Kiosk and the Digital Media Lab.
Please join us in welcoming our new colleague as we embark on a new journey together.
Lesley Bell, the Visual Arts Department Image Resources Librarian and our longest serving staff member is retiring at the end of this week after 34 years of exemplary service.
Lesley began her relationship with Brock thirty-four years ago when she enrolled as a Major in the new Visual Arts Programme (which then operated out of a single studio). From the start Lesley was very motivated and exceptionally talented in both Art History and Studio Arts. Lesley always displayed a special fondness for detail in all her work as demonstrated in her exquisite drawings.
Her interest in Art History eventually lead to a Masters Degree in Library Science (UWO) and she returned to us in a time of need when the Librarian and Art Historian Sylvia Osterbind retired and other faculty were hired. Lesley assumed the position of Visual Arts Resource Coordinator at a critical time when images needed to be made regularly for classes by way of finding the image in a book and photographing it, then manually putting it in a slide sleeve, documenting the image and filing it. It was a very demanding job at which she excelled. Lesley also taught studio classes in drawing and assisted students with preparing their Art History presentations and papers. Over the years her job evolved to include oversight of the Brock University Art Collection and the Shawn O’Sullivan Art Gallery on the main campus. Lesley conceived and helped design the Library Commons in the new Marilyn I. Walker School of Fine and Performing Arts where her duties expanded to include managing the equipment kiosk and supervising student monitors. At every turn Lesley was equal to the tasks assigned and she remained an integral part of the department’s success.
Lesley will be sorely missed! Thanks Lesley for all your work and dedication to the department over the years!Categories: News
Visual Arts Department drawing instructor Lorène Bourgeois’ next exhibition “Large Drawings – Gathering” is opening at the One on One Gallery at Medicine Hat College.
March 2 – March 27, 2018
Opening reception: Thursday, March 2, 4:30 pm
Visual Arts Department Gallery Monitor/Assistant Needed Immediately
The position is available to full time VISA students for Thursdays from 1:00 pm – 5:00 pm. Please send cover letter and resume to Professor Amy Friend at firstname.lastname@example.org and cc. Monika Lederich at email@example.com
Visa Instructor Irene Loughlin will participate in a panel discussion on the work of Guatemalan artist Regina Galindo on Friday, November 17, 7-9PM. Galindo’s performance Diverting Rivers investigates the impact of Canadian Mining Companies and takes place Thursday, November 16, 7:30-8:30PM. Both events take place at Sur Gallery, 100-39 Queens Quay East, Toronto (East of Yonge Street).
Associate Professor and Visual Arts Department Chair Donna Szoke’s work is discussed in the on-line journal New Media Caucus in an article by Lisa Moren, Professor of Visual Art and Graduate Program Director of Intermedia + Digital Art, MFA Program at the University of Maryland, Baltimore County [UMBC]. Her interactive video installation and all watched over by machines of loving grace is a humorous intervention in the dystopian reality of contemporary dataveillance and societies of control.
Image courtesy of Tim Nohe.