Join us at upcoming Carnegie Mellon events and workshops
Exploded Ensemble presents its end-of-semester concert, Songs in the key of What. Featuring music by Death Grips, Bon Iver, Father John Misty, Mum, Laurie Spiegel, and original works by Jesse Stiles and Theodore Teichman. The ensemble will perform surrounded by immersive live visuals and multichannel sound. Free/limited seating - arrive early!
Christine Barnes, Theme Park Set Decorator and Artificial Foliage Designer, always strives to create unique and engaging ways for people to experience the magical art of storytelling. These days her magic is more colorful, she specializes in storytelling with artificial foliage for major theme parks around the world. She graduated from Carnegie Mellon's Entertainment Technology Center in 2011 with a Masters of Entertainment Technology and was honored with the Tornado award. Before Carnegie Mellon, Christine was Properties Supervisor at Rutgers University, where she taught some very bright men and women the finer points of props and set decorating for the theatre, while spending an extraordinary amount of time looking for the perfect authentic 1970s English kitchen sink. Christine has worked on various on and off Broadway shows including Hal Holbrook's Mark Twain Tonight!!, but her favorite will always be Forever Plaid. Beyond the bright lights of Broadway there were summers of Shakespeare in Georgia and songs of friendship and fun at the Wayside Theatre in Virginia. A beautiful Aria will always make her heart sing with memories of her time as the Properties Coordinator for the Florida Grand Opera in Miami. Christine has been bringing magic to the stage since she was a little girl and is not only a lifetime Girl Scout but a member of the Brotherhood of Magicians.
Professor Golan Levin and Claire Hentschker present an exhibition of student projects from Experimental Capture, an interdisciplinary course in which students come to understand and build representations of the world using devices that sense beyond the limits of human perception. This course is part of the School of Art/IDeATe curriculum for Animation & Special Effects. More info...
Come out and see all of GCS's projects from this semester at Release, Thursday, May 4th, 5:30 p.m. in IDeATe Studio A (HL 106B)! Representatives from Schell Games will be attending, food will be provided, and prizes will be given to the winners!
Many students from the Spring 2017 IDeATe classes will be showcasing their work at this year's Meeting of the Minds. The symposium will be Wednesday, May 10th and the IDeATe showcase will be 12:00 - 2:30 p.m. in the CUC Studio Theater.
Finals are rough and you need to take your mind off of the stress. You also need tacos. On Wednesday, May 10th at 5:30 p.m., IDeATe will be hosting a stressbuster in the Experimental Fabrication lab (HL A5). All students are welcome so bring your friends, roommates, etc.! We'll have the aforementioned Legos and tacos to assemble however you see fit.