Danceworks 2011

Danceworks 2011

Studio Dance Theatre members have been rehearsing since the beginning of September in order to bring their audience some exciting new works. This weekend’s performance will feature two classical ballet variations, Aurora Act 1 and La Bayadere Kingdom of Shades  choreographed by Marius Petipa. Agnes Scott Senior Dance major, Bhumi Patel, choreographed a new work, … Continue reading

Teaching Spectacle: Jason Ciejka

Teaching Spectacle: Jason Ciejka

A Lady Gaga concert, the halftime show at the Superbowl, ancient Roman sports, and the Occupy movement: what do they all have in common? According to Jason Ciejka, Assistant Professor at Agnes Scott College, these events are all spectacles focusing on bringing the community together in different ways. Professor Ciejka (pronounced “chica”) approaches the idea … Continue reading

Reading Dance–Labanotation

Did you know that dance has a language? That if you wanted to sit down and read dance movement, you could? This language is called Labanotation. Labanotation is a way of notating and preserving movement so that one is able to pass information down from one generation to another without losing knowledge of the movement or … Continue reading

The Three Musketeers Review

The Three Musketeers Review

The spellbinding action film of 2011 has arrived–The Three Musketeers. This movie features a stellar cast that includes Mila Jovovich (the lead in the Resident Evil films), as a deceptive spy, Orlando Bloom as an impassioned villian, and  Logan Lerman as a training Musketeer. The ensemble cast supporting the leads is as brilliant as the … Continue reading

John Grade Artist Reception at Emory

John Grade Artist Reception at Emory

Emory University will have a dessert reception for John Grade who will be installing two exhibits at Emory this fall. This reception will be November 7, from 7:30 to 8:30. Dessert will be served and wine for students 21 and older with an ID. If interested, please contact mcjohn7@emory.edu to reserve a space. All students are invited … Continue reading

Fine Arts Society Event

Fine Arts Society Event

Fine Arts Society Event! Are you looking for a fun way to celebrate Halloween with your fellow Agnes Scott students? Come to a Halloween Parade in Decatur with the Fine Arts Society! On Sunday, October 30th the Fine Arts Society will be attending the Annual Homegrown Halloween and Monster’s Ball in Downtown Decatur. This is … Continue reading

College Night at the High Museum of Art

College Night at the High Museum of Art

The Fine Arts Society went to College Night at the High Museum of Art on September 10.  There were many special features for college students during the evening including a craft opportunity.  Old cigar boxes were provided for students to paint and decorate to create memory boxes in honor of Radcliff Bailey’s artistic style.  See … Continue reading

St. Jude’s Fundraiser

St. Jude’s Fundraiser

Creative Opportunity to Support St. Jude’s Children’s Hospital! This is a call for artists to submit their design, photo, or art to this organization with a $1 fee to have the chance to be approved to be a part of a one million square inch quilt of pictures that will represent “one million square inches … Continue reading

Carlos Museum Free Passes

The Michael C. Carlos Museum is now offering free passes to technology savvy patrons! This is a beautiful museum conveniently located on Emory’s campus that offers a refreshingly wide variety of art artifacts and pictures. To get the free pass, visit http://www.carlos.emory.edu/podcasts and download the podcast to your phone.  Just bring your phone to the museum and … Continue reading