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The opinions expressed and positions promoted in this newsletter by recognized MIAD student organizations are not intended to, and do not, represent the official position of the Milwaukee Institute of Art & Design, or any of its offices or departments.

 


 

MS Walk
The Community Awareness Team invites you to be part of this years MS Walk and join team MIAD. Sign ups will be around the school soon. You can also pledge team MIAD by visiting the National MS Society, Wisconsin Chapter’s web site and join Team MIAD or make a pledge for the 16th annual MS Walk on April 18 or 25. Join more than 10,000 volunteers in 11 cities statewide as we walk to end the devastating effects of multiple sclerosis (MS).

This is Why We Walk!

MS Society Online
Thanks for supporting MS – The Wisconsin Chapter of the National MS Society
http://www.wisms.org/


Artists and Designers for Choice, Student Organization

Hey You!
You still have an opportunity to go on the NARAL Pro Choice WI bus to Washington DC for the “March for Women’s Lives” on April 25th! If you still want to go, contact Trish Welte at [ mailto:twelte@naralwi.org ]twelte@naralwi.org. If you are going but have no interest in the bus contact Helen. (Either leave a note for her in box 455, or email her at [ mailto:heyaskhel@yahoo.com ]heyaskhel@yahoo.com) Helen will be putting together a show or display from the march and would love to collaborate.
Don’t delay. Act today!

 


 

Faculty/Staff vs. Student Kickball Game
Saturday, April 3rd
1:00 p.m. Meet at Union
Sign up R45B

 


 

SUPER-DEE-DUPER, FIRST-RATE, TOP NOTCH EXTRAVAGANZA
…an evening of theatrical merriment and video bliss.
The evening’s entertainment will include a short play by David Ives and also videos by MIAD students.
IT IS FREE with a $5 suggested donation. Seating is limited, reservations are suggested.
Stop by the ticket booth during lunch, call 847-3244, e-mail sidetrack@miad.edu to make reservations, and check out the glass case by the cafeteria for more information.

 


 

Bingo with Mary Morningstar
Friday, April 9th, Win a DVD player, held in the Strange Brew Cafe.

 


 

Used Book Sale

Thursday, March 25, 2004
11:00 am – 12:30 pm

Sale Table Location:
River Level
(Near Reception Desk)

Sponsored by the MIAD Library

 


STUDENT UNION and STRANGE BREW CAFE

MARCH ONLY: Strange Brew is brewing up last years big hit “The Leprechaun Shake.”
A minty green shake with chocolate at the bottom of the cup. 16 oz cup
for $2.25!

At the Student Union enjoy the Irish Nut Latte. Warm up to a cup of this
creamy latte made with Irish cream and a bit of hazelnut. Starting at
$2.25.

Word is out on the street of a good Coca-Cola deal. For 20 oz its only $1.00 and 10oz it’s 50¢! Enjoy the taste of Coke. Try Diet Coke with Lime today!

 


MOVIE NIGHT
Title: Gladiator
Date: Thursday, March 25th
Time: 7:00 p.m.
Location: Student Union
Free Popcorn


Pool Tournament
Every Tuesday come to the Union and join the pool tournament at 7:00 p.m. A prize will be awarded to the best pool shark.

 


FUZZY EDGE 2: RESISTANT MATTERS
EXPLORING MATERIAL VOICE IN THE GENERATION OF FORM

The Milwaukee Institute of Art & Design’s Interior Architecture and Design lecture series:

“Unmapping the Built: The Production of Choreographed Sequences Through Digital Fabrication”
William E. Massie
Tuesday, March 30th at 7:00 p.m.
William F. Eisner Museum of Advertising and Design
208 N. Water Street
Free and open to the public

William E. Massie is on the forefront of research and application of digital technology in the design and the production of architectural space. He has been exploring the implications of digital fabrication techniques as they redefine the generation of form as well as the role of the architect. Among his most published works are the “Playa Urbana / Urban Beach” installation at P.S.1 Contemporary Art Center in New York City and a series of residential houses in Montana.

Mr. Massie has an architectural practice with offices in Troy NY, New York City and Bozeman MT. He is currently an Associate Professor of Architecture at Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute.

Upcoming lectures:
Ron Rael: Earthscrapers
Thursday, April 22nd

Lecture series moderated by Joshua G. Stein, Assistant Professor, MIAD Interior Architecture + Design.