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  • Wednesday, February 13, 2019

      MAD AS HELL Time: 11:00am - 7:00pm Locations: Art Gallery - Greenspring Campus Details:

      MAD AS HELL - Mia Halton: "Focused with precision, [women's anger] can become a powerful source of energy, serving progress and change." Audre Lorde

      In her newest installation of mural painting, drawing and ceramics, Mia Halton explores the power of rage to foment revolutionary social movements. She references history, including the parallels between the women's movements of the 1990s and today, calling notions of progress into question. As a member of the Me Too movement, Halton understands women's anger as a tool for both change and healing. MAD AS HELL is a rallying cry for the application of individual and collective power -- fueled by rage -- to accomplish the goals of contemporary women's movements.

      Exhibition: January 28 - April 9, 2019, Art Gallery, Theatre Building, Greenspring Campus

      Reception: February 10, 2019, 12:30 - 2:00 p.m., Inscape Theatre Lobby, Greenspring Campus

      Encounters Workshop: March 27, 2019, 2:00 - 3:00 p.m., Art Gallery, Theatre Building, Greenspring Campus - In connection with her exhibition, Mad As Hell, artist Mia Halton will lead visitors through an activity that encourages them to confront their preconceptions about each other and be open to learning about others.

    • OLD and NEW - 2019 Faculty Showcase
      OLD and NEW - 2019 Faculty Showcase Time: 11:00am - 7:00pm Locations: Manning Academic Center - Owings Mills Campus - North Details:

      Artists sometimes look to their past works as a rich source of information from which to develop their creative practice. OLD and NEW explores how sampling from that history can drive exciting, new developments. Faculty from the School of Design each present two pieces: one recent and one that comes from an older body of work, but which was influential to the evolution of the recent creation.

      Exhibition: February 2 - April 7, 2019, Gallery, Kevin Manning Academic Center, Owings Mills North Campus

      Reception: February 4, 2019, 5:00 - 7:00 p.m.; Gallery, Kevin Manning Academic Center

    • The Shadow Means It's Real
      The Shadow Means It's Real Time: 11:00am - 7:00pm Locations: School of Design - Owings Mills Campus - North Details:

      The Shadow Means It's Real is an exhibition curated by independent publishing house, Homie House Press (HHP). They open dialogues with their collaborators that collect ideas in motion to heal shattered pasts. By taking part in revising the archived histories of their heredity, they are pursuing healing work for survival. With this thoughtfully curated experience, they take you on a voyage through ideas and concepts that vacillate between the loss and finding of home. This is the in-between that they accept and fully step into with their hands, hearts, and homes open. Awaken your kin as we prepare for the happy rebellion.

      Exhibition: January 28 - April 2, 2019; School of Design Gallery, Owings Mills North Campus

      Reception: February 28, 2019, 5:00 - 6:00 p.m., Lobby, School of Design

      Panel Discussion: February 28, 2019, 6:00 - 7:30 p.m., Sound Stage, School of Design

    • Professional Minors: Entrepreneurship Career Panel Time: 5:00pm - 6:30pm Locations: Rockland Center - Owings Mills Campus Details:

      The second installment in the “Professional Minor Career Panel Series,” featuring a panel discussion on Entrepreneurship and Small Business Development from 5:00-6:30pm in Rockland Center, Conference Room A. 

      Jeannine Morber from BSOBL will be moderating the panel discussion, which will include the following participants:

      • SU Business Administration Alumnus Andy Brown, owner of the DC-based Eat Pizza, a company whose products can be found at retailers like Whole Foods and Mom’s Organic Market

      • Andrew Murphy, owner/partner of Flying Frog Publishing, which since its founding in 1993 has created and published educational and inspirational books and activity kits for children ages 0-12. Andrew attended MICA.

      • SUO Business Communication Alumnus and adjunct faculty member Chris Daley, founder and principal of Whirlaway LLC, a communications agency providing public relations and marketing services

      • John Dinkel, an English major from Salisbury University who is now principal of Dinkel Business Development, LLC, which helps companies grow by creating a business development plan that works

      • Elizabeth Trimm, a Musical Theatre major from Shepard University, is now a Branch Manager for Enterprise Rent-A-Car. While in this role she has promoted 10 employees to management and grown her fleet to almost 500 cars

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    • Workshop Wednesday: Handshake 101 (Jobs, Interviews & Career Services!) Time: 5:00pm - 6:00pm Locations: The Office of Career Services, Wooded Way Details:

      Do you have a Handshake account? Do you know what to do with it? We'll show everything you need to know about the FREE tool that will maximize your career resources! Topics include your profile, how to search, how to create labels and the best ways to find the jobs you’re looking for!


      Hosted By: Hugh Taylor, Manager of Technology

      For more information and registration, please click the link below.

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