Ever wanted to learn more about ANY ASPECT OF THEATER? Want to meet some fun theater people? Want to find out how to get involved in student theater at Wes? COME CHECK OUT SECOND STAGE’S WEEKEND OF WORKSHOPS!
Here is the schedule:
SATURDAY 9/17 2PM – ANYSTAGE INTEREST MEETING: Interested in student written work? Are you a playwright or a director looking for a project or just curious about what AnyStage is? Come learn withMaya Herbsman, May Treuhaft-Ali ’17, and Danielle Lobo ’19. 4PM – AUDIO WORKSHOP: Come learn the basics of audio with Anthony Sertel Dean ’17!
SUNDAY 9/18 2PM – LIGHTING/ELECTRICS WORKSHOP: Maia Golden ’17 and Phillip Heilbron ’18 will be teaching the building blocks of electrics and lighting on campus. If you want to get involved with lighting on campus, definitely plan to come to this! 3PM – GENIE TRAINING: Also important for lighting!! You get to go in the air it’s exciting 4PM – SHOP TRAINING: Interested in carpentry/set making/building? Come get trained on how to use power tools and other fun things by Nola Werlinich ’17. (*Closed toed shoes required for this workshop.*)
A NOTE: Being a carpenter and/or electrician are excellent ways to get involved in theater, so come check us out!
More workshops to come in a few weeks, if there’s something you’d like to learn that isn’t listed here, or if you have any questions, feel free to email Maya Herbsman at mherbsman[at]wesleyan[dot]edu
Date: Saturday and Sunday, September 17-18 Time: Please see the above description Location: The ’92 Theater
Got creative inspirations? Looking for a non-scary, open artistic platform for your creations?
The Subway Ride is here for a shy artist like YOU!!!
Our theme for the semester is SOUND, and we are looking for prose, poetry, photography, drawing, recording, any written (in ANY language), visual, audio medium that we can publish and/or put on our blog!!!
Email us with any sumbissions or questions at: thesubwayride[at]gmail[dot]com
The Subway Ride is an all-inclusive publication that recognizes the humanity of the artistic and literary process, prioritizes celebration over criticism, and provides a common space in which individuals with different backgrounds and identities can contribute to a welcoming
artistic space. Our past contributors include Wesleyan students including lots of international students, Usdan staff workers, Middletown community members, Center for Prison Education prison scholars, and more!
Andrew Chatfield writes in from the CFA to invite you to see a gallery exhibit by R. Luke Dubois:
Genre-defying composer, artist, and performer R. Luke DuBois utilizes data to create maps, scores, and videos that explore subjects including the Iraq War and the census; and that raise questions of artistic agency, privacy, and fair use. Organized as a database of his projects and concerns, the exhibition “R. Luke DuBois: In Real Time” is the first major gallery presentation of his work, and will include recent and commissioned pieces that take as their basis real-time data flows, topical statistics, and contemporary media footage. Co-sponsored by Wesleyan’s Department of Art and Art History, Department of Government, Digital and Computational Knowledge Initiative, Information Technology Services, the Office of Academic Affairs, and the Quantitative Analysis Center.
Closed: Wednesday, November 25 through Monday, November 30, 2015
An exciting invitation to an upcoming performance:
“Touch Tones, TV’s, and Time: An Elegy for Debased Media” is an evening length work by University Professor of Music Ronald Kuivila for singing and speaking voices, live electronics, and various media past their prime. Enumeration and iteration abound in an exploration of the extent to which a listener (human or otherwise) can be trained to be entranced by the entrance of entrainment. The heterophonic kabelsalat that results includes the ring tones, dial tones, and busy signals of the world’s land lines, the Wesleyan carillon in effigy, an electro-ideological party line and an ever-present chorus lurking in a state of auditory denial.
Date: Tuesday, February 25th – tomorrow! Time: 8:00 PM Place: Beckham Hall Cost: FREE!
Interested in audio equipment and learning the ins and outs of what makes concerts sound good? Wanna help be a part of making Wes concerts go? There will be an informational meeting tomorrow at Eclectic at 4pm. Come help be a part of the Sound Co-op and gain great experience and knowledge!
Date: Tomorrow, February 3rd Time: 4pm Place: Eclectic
Holly Everett ’15 writes in with an amazing opportunity to take part in a workshop with and experience a conceptual project by deaf sound artist and composer Christine Sun Kim. Just looking at the event’s sponsors (Sign House and the Music Department, among many others), you can tell that this is not something you’ll want to miss:
This Saturday join us for a two part event featuring Christine Sun Kim, a deaf sound artist and composer. Miss Kim investigates the visual manifestations of sound as an expression of her agency and ownership of it. In this new work, Self Notary Public, Christine presents “a conceptual attempt to legitimatize [her] presence through vocalizing.”
Workshop: 12 pm 41 Wyllys Room 114. Bring your brunch and your
Performance: 8 pm World Music Hall. FREE. Open to the public.
Simon Riker ’14 want’s errybody and dey mamas to know about:
A cappella groups! From the people who brought you Slender James is a new website to make your lives better than they were yesterday! Bajigga, the collegiate a cappella network, just launched. It’s free, easy, and quite useful. Our membership is growing daily, and we’d love to have Wesleyan signed up most of all! Check it out at Bajigga.com.