May 29, 11am to 3pm, Mobius Hall
This year UW Bothell’s Clamor and Cascadia’s Yours Truly are joining forces to celebrate the 2013 publication of both literary and art journals. The highlight of the party is an art gallery displaying student work from both journals. Come join us and see the musicians/authors perform their pieces live and meet the artists that have their work on display.
Food is provided! Take home your very own copy of both journals (limited copies available). This party is coordinated by UWB Clamor and Cascadia’s Creative Arts Club. Free admission. The art gallery in Mobius will be open for viewing from May 27 to June 3.
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The Cultures and Languages Across the Curriculum (CLAC) Movement intends to make global competence a reality for students and to create alliances among educators to share practices and find ways to incorporate an international dimension in curricula, and, more generally, to achieve internationalization goals.
The Seventh Annual Conference on Cultures and Languages Across the Curriculum (CLAC) will focus on how to grow and sustain CLAC programs.
Seasoned CLAC practitioners, those in the process of implementing programs, as well as prospective program developers, will come together to share ideas and best practices in our evolving and unique field of education for global citizens. This conference will be held at the University of Richmond in September this year.
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Date: Wednesday, May 22, 2013
Time: 10:30am - 12:00pm
Location: UW1 - 103
Facilitator: Nancy Li Will
Partners: Chinese Student Association, Global Initiatives, Teaching & Learning Center
*Light snacks and refreshments will be provided
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Attending school in the summer? Check out this fun course!
Professor: Dr. Deborah Caplow
This course will explore visual and popular art created for a variety of public displays and purposes (as opposed to the art of museums and private consumption), from the late 1800s to the present. The course material will include murals, music posters, political prints, photomontages, photographs, urban street art and graffiti, installations, sculptures and large-scale public art from a variety of cultures and countries, in the contexts of their histories, cultures and politics. Students will be making and presenting their own art inspired by art studied in class.
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Seventy percent of first-year students are from diverse backgrounds
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