Week 7, Day 31 – 35, 45 Days of Giving

WRITTEN BY: intern extraordinaire

Welcome back to Week 7 of our 45 Days of Giving! See Days 31 – 35 below!  In the fall of 2018, Nossi College of Art is celebrating our 45th anniversary, and we decided to do 45 acts of creative kindness for local classrooms, non-profits, church groups. Nashville and the surrounding communities have been supportive of Nossi College and the impact we wanted to make on this area, so in return, we wanted to feature 45 acts of thankfulness. If you haven’t already, check out our previous blog for Week 6 to get all the action! Day 31: Ivanetta H. Davis Early Learning Center Ivanetta H. Davis Early Learning Center is a child- and family-centered public preschool. What’s unique about this preschool is the children’s growth and development are supported through the studies of the Creative Curriculum. Each day, students focus on literacy, math, social studies and science while also receiving social and emotional learning through experiences in the garden, the library and art classes. Teaching students through STEAM is very important for Nossi College and we were thrilled to stock their classroom with markers, crayons, crafting supplies and plenty of glue to hold it all together! Photos by Blake Russell “Early learning lasts a lifetime.” – Ivanetta H. Davis Early Learning Center Ivanetta encourages families to visit and play often and to be engaged in their student’s life – both in and out of the classroom. To support Ivanetta preschool please follow this link. Shout out to Pencil Foundation for…

Nossi at Night – Alumni Edition

Tom Stanford has gathered Nossi photography alums, Katherine Seghers and Stephanie Bragg, ​who both graduated within the past 1 1/2 years to speak at Nossi on July 12! They ​will be on campus to ​show work and to ​discuss​ ​the transition from school life to work life. This event is open to ALL Nossi students and alumni. RSVP at the Nossi FB Event Page. Katherine is currently a full-time photographer at Ohio State University ​in the publication department. She ​covers events and campus activities. Stephanie Bragg recently re-joined reality after a month-long trek through England ​and Ireland. She just completed a year-long contract with 11 Oaks, a clothing boutique, where she took photos, helped with post-production and posted images to their online store. ​​  

Circus Spectacular, Nossi Student Photography Opportunity

Nossi Students, take advantage of this paid opportunity to photograph the Nashville Circus Spectacular at Nashville’s Riverfront Park– July 7, 2018. There are two show times! 2:00pm & 8:00pm. This will be a great addition to your portfolio, not to mention an all around exciting event. To secure your spot as a photographer, email Libby at lfunke@nossi.edu The Nashville Circus Spectacular will feature Nashville’s own local high flying aerialists and acrobats, crazy contortionists, awe-amazing fire breathers, fire dancers, jugglers, stilt dancers and more! Check out the Nashville Circus Spectacular event page for more information​.  

Frank Bette Plein Air Paintout

Nossi College of Art’s adjunct faculty members are active in their careers, always trying to better themselves and their craft. Lisa Taylor (view her amazing work here) will be participating in Frank Bette Plein Air Paintout in Alameda, California this week.  A “paintout” is an event where artists congregate in an outdoor setting for the purpose of completing paintings from life. There’s a variety of paintouts, most fall under being either an Invitational or Juried event and are typically a week long.    There were 40 artists juried/selected to participate in this. Lisa Taylor, along with 39 other artists will be spending the week painting on location in Alameda, California. Each day they setup and paint in various locations across the island, with a goal of completing 2 to 3 paintings a day. At the end of the week (Saturday) there will be a public outdoor exhibition of all paintings from the week, and juror will be selecting winning pieces. During the unveiling, each artist will have a booth to display all of their work.    In addition to the paintout, there’s also a “Quick Draw” competition amongst the artists this week. Participants have a set amount of time to paint within a specified location, after which there is an exhibition and the winning artist is chosen by the participating artists.   This will be Lisa’s third year attending the Frank Bette Plein Air Paintout. Attending events like these not only contribute to building upon a profession in painting, they also provide the…

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