Oh, you poor thing! You look exhausted. And you've been working so hard! Here, let me just get you a blanket and some hot tea. Don't like tea? Sorry, that's all we've got. No, I can't get you coffee. If you're going to be unappreciative of all that I'm doing for you then you can just get your own drink.
Sorry, I didn't mean it. To make up for it, we here at MCAD have compiled all the end of semester info that you will ever need. Soon, you'll be able to sit back and get some much needed R&R.
Read more for all the minty-fresh information. This will be updated as more information comes in, so keep checking back to stay updated.
Wed-Tues, December 4-10
$1 lunches at the bistro. For Finals!
One Dollar equals One Lunch.
Why? Because we luv U!
Combo meals only
Students Only - no freeloading faculty.
One meal a day, greedy.
Thursday, December 5
The 2013 Minnesota Electronic Theater Presents
Joe Lawson of The Global Asylum
Joe Lawson, visual effects supervisor and film director at The Global Asylum has worked in Hollywood for almost 14 years as technical director, effects supervisor, storyboardist, compositor, and director. Joe has recently become infamous for being the Visual Effects supervisor for this summer's guilty pleasure; "Sharknado". Joe will talk about the joys and challenges for artists in modern Hollywood, and translating VFX skills into being a director. In addition to working for a time in Minneapolis, he is also the animator who killed Peter Jackson (by compositing an arrow into him) for the 3rd Lord of the Rings film. Joe will give a similar presentation that evening at the annual Minnesota Electronic Theater event.
Friday, December 6
MCAD Whittier Studios
Minneapolis College of Art and Design Presents
the 3rd Annual MFA Open Studio Night at Whittier Studios
When: Friday, December 6th, 6:00–10:00 p.m.
Where: MCAD Whittier Studios, 2835 Harriet Ave South, Minneapolis, MN 55408
Who: 36 Master of Fine Arts students developing their practice in the areas of Graphic Design, Comic Arts, Painting, Drawing, Illustration, Animation, Photography, Sculpture, Installation, Performance, Printmaking, Paper and Book Arts