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It’s Already Frebuary?


Anal Schmalz Peeper, Spirit of 1863, and A. Avoiding Gym Roll Rot, Connecticut College Class of 1864, would like to invite you to their primary Student Forum: ASJL420: Markets of Britain.

Verily. Verily. Verily. Verily. Life is butt a Marquis du Sade. Haha hey. Fworst, Coreikullum: a study of penzils, whaylz, murdrerz beIIz and the like. Professor Schmalz Peeper, dead for but a forescore months will provide the “student” with “an” education in the finerest of thangs. Whults—Dr. Roll Rot, PhD, MDMA expert in innerest of sevens can “not” unhelp you to the highest reaches of their lowest bucket tors. Queven. Pastabilities are with the realm of unnearing unendlessnesslessness. Schneezle. Quoram of einundzwansig Studentinnen while suffice. Please emale of quistionz to dogsarelikesocute09-woof35(at)aol(dot)org.

Bee Tea Dubs: Zombie Art Collective meetings T.R. 8:30 AM PAC0004?

Zombie Art Collective Info Meeting

Does it matter that Zonbi Nzumbe (class of 1831, apparently) has been dead for at least a century and a half? Not to us at Wesleying, it doesnt! We’ll post pretty much whatever we get. Unless we, uh, don’t. Sorry. Anyway:

Interested in public art, activist art, free art, art for everybody? Noticed the lack of visual arts culture on campus? Thirsty for blood, or at the very least nourishment for your creative soul?

Come to the Zombie Art Collective info meating and jam tomorrow at 3 PM, whether or not you self-identify as an “artist.” We don’t adhere to the artist-nonartist binary.

The Zombie Art Collective facilitates happenings, spaces, group projects, events and workshops in the Wesleyan community.

Zombie is a non-hierarchical assortment of people aiding one another in projects to reclaim public space for personal expression. Zombies seek to create art that is involved, public, participatory, fluid, and dangerous; in which the role of the artist is to instigate, and the role of the audience is to become co-conspirators in our little mental coup against passivity.

Zombies want your brain.

Where: University Organizing Center, 190 High St.
Who: You and all your friends
When: Friday, 3 PM

Scared shitless yet? No? How about now? Yeah, that’s right. You better come (and yes, that means you, Habibi Mizuno ’15).

ZOMBIE ART COLLECTIVE REVISITED

Ally freakin’ Bernstein ’13 sends in info about an art collective that’s been around since 2003 or so, but remains as lifeless as ever. In other terms, this is “a non-hierarchical assortment of people aiding one another in projects to reclaim public space for personal expression.” Get involved this Monday at 8:30, dead or undead.

Bernstein writes:

The Zombie Art Collective is a group of artists committed to collaborative, interactive engagement in their work. We facilitate happenings, spaces, group projects, events and workshops in the Wesleyan community.

Zombie is a non-hierarchical assortment of people aiding one another in projects to reclaim public space for personal expression. Zombies seek to create art that is involved, public, participatory, fluid, and dangerous; in which the role of the artist is to instigate, and the role of the audience is to become co-conspirators in our little mental coup against passivity.

Zombies want your brain.

Donate your Doo-dles

Zombie Art Collective wants your class-time doodles for an end of the semester installation in Olin Library. Geometric designs, secret messages to fellow sufferers, wishful initial combinations, illustrated to-do lists, professor portraits–ALL text and images outside of classroom content are welcome. Attach any information you would like to provide to serve as context (for example, the title of the class you were in when you made them), although this is not necessary. NOTE: You will not receive your doodles back. If you cannot sacrifice donating your notes, just cut out the doodle; also, ransack old notebooks if they’re still around.

Donation boxes are located in these places:

  1. Hall outside Weshop
  2. Olin
  3. Art Library
  4. Usdan (near mailboxes and newspapers)
  5. Sci Li
  6. Pi Café

JUST DO IT. It’s the exhibitionist in you. Contact gkredell@wes for more information or if you would like to get involved.