Date: Friday, September 28, 2012
Time: 7 a.m. - 11:30 p.m.
Location: Dixon-Eilers 202
Contact: Bethany Larson
Contact E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
Reservations for the SCENIC ART RESIDENCY, October 4-7 are due Friday, Sept. 28. Scene painting is a unique and marketable skill, whether you plan to teach art or theatre in middle or high school or pursue a career in the professional arts and related fields. In an effort to make opportunities for BV students to expand their skills, the BVU Theatre presents a Scenic Art Residency with professional scene designer and scenic artist, Dana Gloege. Mr. Gloege has over 25 years of professional design and scenic art experience, and will be on campus for four days to talk and work with students on a variety of scene painting techniques and creative entrepreneurship. The entire residency covers more than 35 hours. Students should be prepared to commit to working with Mr. Gloege for at least 20 of those hours between 1:30 pm Oct. 4 through 7:00 pm Oct. 7. Students will be painting scenic pieces for the fall musical “Little Shop of Horrors” from renderings created by BVU alum, Aaron Gillespie. The scene-painting workshop will count as a Scholarly ACES, and the final showcase of work and scene painting information will also count as a Scholarly ACES. In addition, Dana will be giving a Student Life ACES on how to creatively market your artistic skills across a variety of business and industry segments. Mr. Gloege’s resume may be viewed by contacting Dr. Bethany Larson (email@example.com). Please send your intent to participate to Dr. Bethany Larson or Professor David Walker by Friday, Sept. 28th.