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  • Saturday, January 20, 2018

    • The Pain and Power of Intersecting Identities Time: 8:00am - Sat. 6/30 8:30am Locations: Manning Academic Center, Owings Mills Campus Details:

      On view: January 20 – June 30, 2018

      Manning Academic Center Creative Lounge (S232), Owings Mills North Campus

      Kimberlé Crenshaw in her 2015 Washington Post opinion piece described intersectionality as “…Vulnerabilities that reflect the intersections of racism, sexism, class oppression, transphobia, able-ism, and more.”

      This exhibition showcases the results of students’ explorations and examinations of their identities, and how the intersections of these identities impact their lives. Many of the photos represent identities that are seldom reflected in the media. Through the lens of reflective photography, and critical writing practice, students reveal and process both the power and the pain that lie at their identity intersections.

       
       
  • Sunday, January 21, 2018

    • The Pain and Power of Intersecting Identities Time: All Day Locations: Manning Academic Center, Owings Mills Campus Details:

      On view: January 20 – June 30, 2018

      Manning Academic Center Creative Lounge (S232), Owings Mills North Campus

      Kimberlé Crenshaw in her 2015 Washington Post opinion piece described intersectionality as “…Vulnerabilities that reflect the intersections of racism, sexism, class oppression, transphobia, able-ism, and more.”

      This exhibition showcases the results of students’ explorations and examinations of their identities, and how the intersections of these identities impact their lives. Many of the photos represent identities that are seldom reflected in the media. Through the lens of reflective photography, and critical writing practice, students reveal and process both the power and the pain that lie at their identity intersections.

       
       
  • Monday, January 22, 2018

    • The Pain and Power of Intersecting Identities Time: All Day Locations: Manning Academic Center, Owings Mills Campus Details:

      On view: January 20 – June 30, 2018

      Manning Academic Center Creative Lounge (S232), Owings Mills North Campus

      Kimberlé Crenshaw in her 2015 Washington Post opinion piece described intersectionality as “…Vulnerabilities that reflect the intersections of racism, sexism, class oppression, transphobia, able-ism, and more.”

      This exhibition showcases the results of students’ explorations and examinations of their identities, and how the intersections of these identities impact their lives. Many of the photos represent identities that are seldom reflected in the media. Through the lens of reflective photography, and critical writing practice, students reveal and process both the power and the pain that lie at their identity intersections.

       
       
    • Beyond the Medium: a Multidisciplinary School of Design Faculty Exhibition Time: 8:00am - Fri. 4/20 8:30am Locations: Manning Academic Center, Owings Mills Campus Details:

      On View: January 22–April 20, 2018

      Manning Academic Center Gallery, Owings Mills North Campus

       

      Recent work by faculty in the School of Design featuring design, film, photography, painting, and other mediums.

       
       
    • Still: Baltimore at Night Time: 12:00pm - Fri. 4/13 8:30am Locations: School of Design, Owings Mills Campus Details:

      On View: January 22–April 13, 2018

      School of Design Gallery, Owings Mills North Campus

      Baltimore photographer Patrick Joust captures the light that can be found in dark places. His images, sometimes reminiscent of painters like Edward Hopper, live in a space between the magical and the real, connecting viewers to the mystery and beauty of the city.

       
       
  • Tuesday, January 23, 2018

    • The Pain and Power of Intersecting Identities Time: All Day Locations: Manning Academic Center, Owings Mills Campus Details:

      On view: January 20 – June 30, 2018

      Manning Academic Center Creative Lounge (S232), Owings Mills North Campus

      Kimberlé Crenshaw in her 2015 Washington Post opinion piece described intersectionality as “…Vulnerabilities that reflect the intersections of racism, sexism, class oppression, transphobia, able-ism, and more.”

      This exhibition showcases the results of students’ explorations and examinations of their identities, and how the intersections of these identities impact their lives. Many of the photos represent identities that are seldom reflected in the media. Through the lens of reflective photography, and critical writing practice, students reveal and process both the power and the pain that lie at their identity intersections.

       
       
    • Beyond the Medium: a Multidisciplinary School of Design Faculty Exhibition Time: All Day Locations: Manning Academic Center, Owings Mills Campus Details:

      On View: January 22–April 20, 2018

      Manning Academic Center Gallery, Owings Mills North Campus

       

      Recent work by faculty in the School of Design featuring design, film, photography, painting, and other mediums.

       
       
    • Still: Baltimore at Night Time: All Day Locations: School of Design, Owings Mills Campus Details:

      On View: January 22–April 13, 2018

      School of Design Gallery, Owings Mills North Campus

      Baltimore photographer Patrick Joust captures the light that can be found in dark places. His images, sometimes reminiscent of painters like Edward Hopper, live in a space between the magical and the real, connecting viewers to the mystery and beauty of the city.

       
       
  • Wednesday, January 24, 2018

    • The Pain and Power of Intersecting Identities Time: All Day Locations: Manning Academic Center, Owings Mills Campus Details:

      On view: January 20 – June 30, 2018

      Manning Academic Center Creative Lounge (S232), Owings Mills North Campus

      Kimberlé Crenshaw in her 2015 Washington Post opinion piece described intersectionality as “…Vulnerabilities that reflect the intersections of racism, sexism, class oppression, transphobia, able-ism, and more.”

      This exhibition showcases the results of students’ explorations and examinations of their identities, and how the intersections of these identities impact their lives. Many of the photos represent identities that are seldom reflected in the media. Through the lens of reflective photography, and critical writing practice, students reveal and process both the power and the pain that lie at their identity intersections.

       
       
    • Beyond the Medium: a Multidisciplinary School of Design Faculty Exhibition Time: All Day Locations: Manning Academic Center, Owings Mills Campus Details:

      On View: January 22–April 20, 2018

      Manning Academic Center Gallery, Owings Mills North Campus

       

      Recent work by faculty in the School of Design featuring design, film, photography, painting, and other mediums.

       
       
    • Still: Baltimore at Night Time: All Day Locations: School of Design, Owings Mills Campus Details:

      On View: January 22–April 13, 2018

      School of Design Gallery, Owings Mills North Campus

      Baltimore photographer Patrick Joust captures the light that can be found in dark places. His images, sometimes reminiscent of painters like Edward Hopper, live in a space between the magical and the real, connecting viewers to the mystery and beauty of the city.

       
       
  • Thursday, January 25, 2018

    • The Pain and Power of Intersecting Identities Time: All Day Locations: Manning Academic Center, Owings Mills Campus Details:

      On view: January 20 – June 30, 2018

      Manning Academic Center Creative Lounge (S232), Owings Mills North Campus

      Kimberlé Crenshaw in her 2015 Washington Post opinion piece described intersectionality as “…Vulnerabilities that reflect the intersections of racism, sexism, class oppression, transphobia, able-ism, and more.”

      This exhibition showcases the results of students’ explorations and examinations of their identities, and how the intersections of these identities impact their lives. Many of the photos represent identities that are seldom reflected in the media. Through the lens of reflective photography, and critical writing practice, students reveal and process both the power and the pain that lie at their identity intersections.

       
       
    • Beyond the Medium: a Multidisciplinary School of Design Faculty Exhibition Time: All Day Locations: Manning Academic Center, Owings Mills Campus Details:

      On View: January 22–April 20, 2018

      Manning Academic Center Gallery, Owings Mills North Campus

       

      Recent work by faculty in the School of Design featuring design, film, photography, painting, and other mediums.

       
       
    • Still: Baltimore at Night Time: All Day Locations: School of Design, Owings Mills Campus Details:

      On View: January 22–April 13, 2018

      School of Design Gallery, Owings Mills North Campus

      Baltimore photographer Patrick Joust captures the light that can be found in dark places. His images, sometimes reminiscent of painters like Edward Hopper, live in a space between the magical and the real, connecting viewers to the mystery and beauty of the city.

       
       
  • Friday, January 26, 2018

    • The Pain and Power of Intersecting Identities Time: All Day Locations: Manning Academic Center, Owings Mills Campus Details:

      On view: January 20 – June 30, 2018

      Manning Academic Center Creative Lounge (S232), Owings Mills North Campus

      Kimberlé Crenshaw in her 2015 Washington Post opinion piece described intersectionality as “…Vulnerabilities that reflect the intersections of racism, sexism, class oppression, transphobia, able-ism, and more.”

      This exhibition showcases the results of students’ explorations and examinations of their identities, and how the intersections of these identities impact their lives. Many of the photos represent identities that are seldom reflected in the media. Through the lens of reflective photography, and critical writing practice, students reveal and process both the power and the pain that lie at their identity intersections.

       
       
    • Beyond the Medium: a Multidisciplinary School of Design Faculty Exhibition Time: All Day Locations: Manning Academic Center, Owings Mills Campus Details:

      On View: January 22–April 20, 2018

      Manning Academic Center Gallery, Owings Mills North Campus

       

      Recent work by faculty in the School of Design featuring design, film, photography, painting, and other mediums.

       
       
    • Still: Baltimore at Night Time: All Day Locations: School of Design, Owings Mills Campus Details:

      On View: January 22–April 13, 2018

      School of Design Gallery, Owings Mills North Campus

      Baltimore photographer Patrick Joust captures the light that can be found in dark places. His images, sometimes reminiscent of painters like Edward Hopper, live in a space between the magical and the real, connecting viewers to the mystery and beauty of the city.

       
       
    • Global Game Jam Time: 5:00pm - 10:00pm Locations: Howard S. Brown School of Business and Leadership Details:

      SU GGJ Jam Hours: Friday 5pm–10pm, Saturday from 11am–7pm, and Sunday from 10am–7pm

      Global Game Jam, the world’s largest race-the-clock game creating experience, takes place simultaneously at hundreds of locations around the globe, including Stevenson University. Participants collaborate throughout the weekend to create new games, presenting and playing their creations at a Sunday evening showcase. Open to writers, programmers, artists, gamers, and curious creatives at all skill levels, GGJ offers the opportunity to collaborate on new ideas in a risk free, fun environment while practicing management and leadership skills. Students, faculty, staff, alumni, and the public, including students from other universities, are welcome. Attendees must be 18+. For more information, visit globalgamejam.org or contact Prof. Meagan Nyland at mnyland@stevenson.edu.

      Event is free. Register online: https://globalgamejam.org/2018/jam-sites/stevenson-university

      Co-sponsored by the English Department and Computer Information Systems.

       
       
    • Global Game Jam Kick-off and Keynote Time: 5:00pm - 7:00pm Locations: Howard S. Brown School of Business and Leadership Details:

      January 26 - January 28

      Global Game Jam is the world's largest game jam event (game creation) taking place around the world at physical locations, one of which is at Stevenson Univeristy. Think of it as a hackathon focused on game development. Participants collaborate throughout the weekend creating new games, plus presenting and playing their creations. Open to writers, programers, artists, gamers, and curious creatives at all skill levels, GGJ offers the opportunity to collaborate on new ideas in a risk-free, fun environment while practicing management and leadership skills. Students, faculty, staff, alumni, and the public are welcome. Attendees must be 18+. For more information visit Global Game Jam (https://globalgamejam.org).

       
       
  • Saturday, January 27, 2018

    • The Pain and Power of Intersecting Identities Time: All Day Locations: Manning Academic Center, Owings Mills Campus Details:

      On view: January 20 – June 30, 2018

      Manning Academic Center Creative Lounge (S232), Owings Mills North Campus

      Kimberlé Crenshaw in her 2015 Washington Post opinion piece described intersectionality as “…Vulnerabilities that reflect the intersections of racism, sexism, class oppression, transphobia, able-ism, and more.”

      This exhibition showcases the results of students’ explorations and examinations of their identities, and how the intersections of these identities impact their lives. Many of the photos represent identities that are seldom reflected in the media. Through the lens of reflective photography, and critical writing practice, students reveal and process both the power and the pain that lie at their identity intersections.

       
       
    • Beyond the Medium: a Multidisciplinary School of Design Faculty Exhibition Time: All Day Locations: Manning Academic Center, Owings Mills Campus Details:

      On View: January 22–April 20, 2018

      Manning Academic Center Gallery, Owings Mills North Campus

       

      Recent work by faculty in the School of Design featuring design, film, photography, painting, and other mediums.

       
       
    • Still: Baltimore at Night Time: All Day Locations: School of Design, Owings Mills Campus Details:

      On View: January 22–April 13, 2018

      School of Design Gallery, Owings Mills North Campus

      Baltimore photographer Patrick Joust captures the light that can be found in dark places. His images, sometimes reminiscent of painters like Edward Hopper, live in a space between the magical and the real, connecting viewers to the mystery and beauty of the city.

       
       
    • Global Game Jam Time: 11:00am - 7:00pm Locations: Howard S. Brown School of Business and Leadership Details:

      SU GGJ Jam Hours: Friday 5pm–10pm, Saturday from 11am–7pm, and Sunday from 10am–7pm.

      Global Game Jam, the world’s largest race-the-clock game creating experience, takes place simultaneously at hundreds of locations around the globe, including Stevenson University. Participants collaborate throughout the weekend to create new games, presenting and playing their creations at a Sunday evening showcase. Open to writers, programmers, artists, gamers, and curious creatives at all skill levels, GGJ offers the opportunity to collaborate on new ideas in a risk free, fun environment while practicing management and leadership skills. Students, faculty, staff, alumni, and the public, including students from other universities, are welcome. Attendees must be 18+. For more information, visit globalgamejam.org or contact Prof. Meagan Nyland at mnyland@stevenson.edu.

      Event is free. Register online: https://globalgamejam.org/2018/jam-sites/stevenson-university

      Co-sponsored by the English Department and Computer Information Systems.

       
       
  • Sunday, January 28, 2018

    • The Pain and Power of Intersecting Identities Time: All Day Locations: Manning Academic Center, Owings Mills Campus Details:

      On view: January 20 – June 30, 2018

      Manning Academic Center Creative Lounge (S232), Owings Mills North Campus

      Kimberlé Crenshaw in her 2015 Washington Post opinion piece described intersectionality as “…Vulnerabilities that reflect the intersections of racism, sexism, class oppression, transphobia, able-ism, and more.”

      This exhibition showcases the results of students’ explorations and examinations of their identities, and how the intersections of these identities impact their lives. Many of the photos represent identities that are seldom reflected in the media. Through the lens of reflective photography, and critical writing practice, students reveal and process both the power and the pain that lie at their identity intersections.

       
       
    • Beyond the Medium: a Multidisciplinary School of Design Faculty Exhibition Time: All Day Locations: Manning Academic Center, Owings Mills Campus Details:

      On View: January 22–April 20, 2018

      Manning Academic Center Gallery, Owings Mills North Campus

       

      Recent work by faculty in the School of Design featuring design, film, photography, painting, and other mediums.

       
       
    • Still: Baltimore at Night Time: All Day Locations: School of Design, Owings Mills Campus Details:

      On View: January 22–April 13, 2018

      School of Design Gallery, Owings Mills North Campus

      Baltimore photographer Patrick Joust captures the light that can be found in dark places. His images, sometimes reminiscent of painters like Edward Hopper, live in a space between the magical and the real, connecting viewers to the mystery and beauty of the city.

       
       
    • Global Game Jam Time: 10:00am - 7:00pm Locations: Howard S. Brown School of Business and Leadership Details:

      SU GGJ Jam Hours: Friday 5pm–10pm, Saturday from 11am–7pm, and Sunday from 10am–7pm

      Global Game Jam, the world’s largest race-the-clock game creating experience, takes place simultaneously at hundreds of locations around the globe, including Stevenson University. Participants collaborate throughout the weekend to create new games, presenting and playing their creations at a Sunday evening showcase. Open to writers, programmers, artists, gamers, and curious creatives at all skill levels, GGJ offers the opportunity to collaborate on new ideas in a risk free, fun environment while practicing management and leadership skills. Students, faculty, staff, alumni, and the public, including students from other universities, are welcome. Attendees must be 18+. For more information, visit globalgamejam.org or contact Prof. Meagan Nyland at mnyland@stevenson.edu.

      Event is free. Register online: https://globalgamejam.org/2018/jam-sites/stevenson-university

      Co-sponsored by the English Department and Computer Information Systems.

       
       
    • Global Game Jam Final Game Showcase Time: 4:30pm - 6:30pm Locations: Howard S. Brown School of Business and Leadership Details:

      SU GGJ Jam Hours: Friday 5pm–10pm, Saturday from 11am–7pm, and Sunday from 10am–7pm.

      Global Game Jam, the world’s largest race-the-clock game creating experience, takes place simultaneously at hundreds of locations around the globe, including Stevenson University. Participants collaborate throughout the weekend to create new games, presenting and playing their creations at a Sunday evening showcase. Open to writers, programmers, artists, gamers, and curious creatives at all skill levels, GGJ offers the opportunity to collaborate on new ideas in a risk free, fun environment while practicing management and leadership skills. Students, faculty, staff, alumni, and the public, including students from other universities, are welcome. Attendees must be 18+. For more information, visit globalgamejam.org or contact Prof. Meagan Nyland at mnyland@stevenson.edu.

      Event is free. Register online: https://globalgamejam.org/2018/jam-sites/stevenson-university

      Co-sponsored by the English Department and Computer Information Systems.

       
       
  • Monday, January 29, 2018

    • The Pain and Power of Intersecting Identities Time: All Day Locations: Manning Academic Center, Owings Mills Campus Details:

      On view: January 20 – June 30, 2018

      Manning Academic Center Creative Lounge (S232), Owings Mills North Campus

      Kimberlé Crenshaw in her 2015 Washington Post opinion piece described intersectionality as “…Vulnerabilities that reflect the intersections of racism, sexism, class oppression, transphobia, able-ism, and more.”

      This exhibition showcases the results of students’ explorations and examinations of their identities, and how the intersections of these identities impact their lives. Many of the photos represent identities that are seldom reflected in the media. Through the lens of reflective photography, and critical writing practice, students reveal and process both the power and the pain that lie at their identity intersections.

       
       
    • Beyond the Medium: a Multidisciplinary School of Design Faculty Exhibition Time: All Day Locations: Manning Academic Center, Owings Mills Campus Details:

      On View: January 22–April 20, 2018

      Manning Academic Center Gallery, Owings Mills North Campus

       

      Recent work by faculty in the School of Design featuring design, film, photography, painting, and other mediums.

       
       
    • Still: Baltimore at Night Time: All Day Locations: School of Design, Owings Mills Campus Details:

      On View: January 22–April 13, 2018

      School of Design Gallery, Owings Mills North Campus

      Baltimore photographer Patrick Joust captures the light that can be found in dark places. His images, sometimes reminiscent of painters like Edward Hopper, live in a space between the magical and the real, connecting viewers to the mystery and beauty of the city.

       
       
  • Tuesday, January 30, 2018

    • The Pain and Power of Intersecting Identities Time: All Day Locations: Manning Academic Center, Owings Mills Campus Details:

      On view: January 20 – June 30, 2018

      Manning Academic Center Creative Lounge (S232), Owings Mills North Campus

      Kimberlé Crenshaw in her 2015 Washington Post opinion piece described intersectionality as “…Vulnerabilities that reflect the intersections of racism, sexism, class oppression, transphobia, able-ism, and more.”

      This exhibition showcases the results of students’ explorations and examinations of their identities, and how the intersections of these identities impact their lives. Many of the photos represent identities that are seldom reflected in the media. Through the lens of reflective photography, and critical writing practice, students reveal and process both the power and the pain that lie at their identity intersections.

       
       
    • Beyond the Medium: a Multidisciplinary School of Design Faculty Exhibition Time: All Day Locations: Manning Academic Center, Owings Mills Campus Details:

      On View: January 22–April 20, 2018

      Manning Academic Center Gallery, Owings Mills North Campus

       

      Recent work by faculty in the School of Design featuring design, film, photography, painting, and other mediums.

       
       
    • Still: Baltimore at Night Time: All Day Locations: School of Design, Owings Mills Campus Details:

      On View: January 22–April 13, 2018

      School of Design Gallery, Owings Mills North Campus

      Baltimore photographer Patrick Joust captures the light that can be found in dark places. His images, sometimes reminiscent of painters like Edward Hopper, live in a space between the magical and the real, connecting viewers to the mystery and beauty of the city.

       
       
    • Baltimore Speakers Series Presents: Robin Wright
      Baltimore Speakers Series Presents: Robin Wright Time: 1:00pm - 2:30pm Locations: St. Paul Companies Pavilion, Greenspring Campus Details:

      Robin Wright is a contributing writer to The New Yorker and a joint fellow at the U.S. Institute of Peace and the Woodrow Wilson International Center for Scholars. She has reported from more than 140 countries on six continents and has covered a dozen wars and several revolutions. She is a former diplomatic correspondent for The Washington Post. She has also written for The New York Times Magazine, TIME, The Wall Street Journal, the Los Angeles TimesThe Atlantic, Foreign Affairs, and many others. Wright has also been a fellow at the Brookings Institution, Carnegie Endowment for International Peace as well as Yale, Duke, Dartmouth, and the University of California.

       

      She lectures extensively around the United States and has been a television commentator on morning and evening news programs on ABC, NBC, CBS, PBS, CNN and MSNBC as well as Meet the Press, Face the Nation, This Week, Nightline, PBS NewsHour, Frontline, Charlie Rose, Washington Week in Review, Hardball, Morning Joe, Anderson Cooper 360, The Situation Room with Wolf Blitzer, The Colbert Report, and HBO’s Real Time.

       

      Wright’s most recent book is Rock the Casbah: Rage and Rebellion across the Islamic world. It was selected as the Best Book on International Affairs by the Overseas Press club. Her other books include Dreams and Shadows: The Future of the Middle East (2008), which The New York Times and The Washington Post both selected as one of the most notable books of the year. She was the editor of The Iran Primer: Power, Politics and U.S. Policy (2010).

       
       
    • Craig Huston - Spring Film and Moving Image Artist in Residence
      Craig Huston - Spring Film and Moving Image Artist in Residence Time: 6:00pm - 8:00pm Locations: School of Design, Owings Mills Campus Details:

      School of Design Soundstage

      The spring 2018 FMI artist-in-residence is Craig Huston, retired Hollywood Assistant Director, whose credits include First Blood, The Package, Kiss the Sky, and Charmed. Huston will speak on his decade-long career in the trenches of the film industry.

       
       
  • Wednesday, January 31, 2018

    • The Pain and Power of Intersecting Identities Time: All Day Locations: Manning Academic Center, Owings Mills Campus Details:

      On view: January 20 – June 30, 2018

      Manning Academic Center Creative Lounge (S232), Owings Mills North Campus

      Kimberlé Crenshaw in her 2015 Washington Post opinion piece described intersectionality as “…Vulnerabilities that reflect the intersections of racism, sexism, class oppression, transphobia, able-ism, and more.”

      This exhibition showcases the results of students’ explorations and examinations of their identities, and how the intersections of these identities impact their lives. Many of the photos represent identities that are seldom reflected in the media. Through the lens of reflective photography, and critical writing practice, students reveal and process both the power and the pain that lie at their identity intersections.

       
       
    • Beyond the Medium: a Multidisciplinary School of Design Faculty Exhibition Time: All Day Locations: Manning Academic Center, Owings Mills Campus Details:

      On View: January 22–April 20, 2018

      Manning Academic Center Gallery, Owings Mills North Campus

       

      Recent work by faculty in the School of Design featuring design, film, photography, painting, and other mediums.

       
       
    • Still: Baltimore at Night Time: All Day Locations: School of Design, Owings Mills Campus Details:

      On View: January 22–April 13, 2018

      School of Design Gallery, Owings Mills North Campus

      Baltimore photographer Patrick Joust captures the light that can be found in dark places. His images, sometimes reminiscent of painters like Edward Hopper, live in a space between the magical and the real, connecting viewers to the mystery and beauty of the city.