This week four Northeastern co-ops have started working at Snell Library to assist in various departments through the summer and fall semesters. Here is a little bit about each of them: Kelsey Strout, Marketing & Events Co-op “My name is Kelsey Strout and I am a middler in the Art and Design program at Northeastern. I traded a small town in New Jersey for the big and beautiful city of Boston. I have had a passion for art my entire life and feel most comfortable when partaking in creative activities. I am working toward a BA in Art and Design and a minor in Business Administration with the hopes of becoming an event designer after graduating. In my spare time, I enjoy drawing, babysitting, going to the beach and baking.” Will Macowski, Graphic Design Co-op “I’m a fourth year Graphic Design major going for a minor in Sociology. Outside of my studies, I enjoy the fine arts and love to draw and sculpt. I’ve recently ventured into the realm of tattooing and frequently transform my living room into a makeshift tattoo parlor.” William Bratches, University Archives Co-op “My name is William Bratches, and I am a middler majoring in history with two minors in business and political science. Although Boston is now home, I am originally from a small town on the Connecticut shoreline. Besides history, I enjoy music, running, reading, cooking, biking, and recently picked up tailoring!” Mike Helly, DMDS Co-op Co-op student Mike Helly is a graphic design major at Northeastern University. Web design and book layout are the areas of design that he finds most interesting. In his free time Mike enjoys to skateboard, play basketball, and listen to hip hop. Welcome new co-ops and best of luck within each of your positions! We are so happy to have you 🙂
With finals week fast approaching and students all over campus getting ready for the end of the semester, art and design students are bound to start camping out in Ryder to work in the computer labs for their final projects. It can get pretty crowded, and difficult to work around class time blocks in the labs- so what do you do? Snell conveniently offers a full room of state of the art computers equipped with all of the software you find on the computers in Ryder. The BIG difference is that this lab, the Digital Media Design Studio on the second floor of Snell Library, comes with knowledgable staff who are there to help you with your projects and assist you with your design questions. You can also reserve a computer station by calling the studio at 617.373.2465 to ensure you have a space in the studio. Stop by and check it out!
Wednesday, April 6th, 2011 12-1 pm, 90 Snell Library Celebrate the talent of NU students in our showcase of video, audio, photography, and graphic images. DMDS MEDIA SHOWCASE Refreshments will be served For more information contact Thomas Bary at firstname.lastname@example.org/617.373.3399 For more information visit the DMDS website or take a look at our media showcase flyer
After Effects Basics 3/2 @ 11:45am-1:25pm This workshop is designed to teach you the main elements used to create a composition. Learn how to create, edit, and bring your ideas to the screen using the basic tools of After Effects. [Register Now!]
To all students and faculty, your artwork (photographs, graphic images, video or audio) can be displayed as part of our Spring Media Showcase on Wednesday, April 6, 2011 which will be held from 12-1 p.m. in 90 Snell Library. All you have to do to be considered as a participant in the Showcase is drop off a storage drive of your work to the Digital Media Design Studio in 200 Snell Library between 9 a.m. and 5 p.m. by March 11th. Just follow these guidelines: – Projects must have been produced within the last two academic years – Photography and graphic image submissions must be in .PDF format – Video submissions must be less than 5 minutes in length, in Quicktime format (.mov), and with a resolution of 620×480 pixels. Video submissions should include an open slate at the beginning of the video with name, project title, date and length. – Audio submissions must be less than 3 minutes long and in mp3 format For more information please contact Thomas Bary (email@example.com or 617-373-3399) or Elizabeth Ochse (firstname.lastname@example.org or 617-373-4109). Get your creative juices flowing!