Check Out What’s Going on in the FINE ARTS AREA!

Annual Juried Student Art Exhibit. Thursday April 16th Sunday May 23rd in the Cleve Carney Art Gallery. Artists Reception Thursday, April 16 5:30-8pm. Special Topic Discussion: Art Careers and The Business of Art, Monday April 27 at noon.

2nd Annual AFA Student Show. April 22-May 15 from 11-3pm, in SSC 2210. Artists reception Wednesday, April 22 from noon – 2pm. Contact Barb Wiesen at 630) 942-3206 for more information. Free admission.

Kenya.  A Mourn-in for 147 slaughtered Kenyan University students.  This is a student project in which you can be a participant or an observer.  April 22nd at 11:30-11:50 am in the MAC Lobby. Contact Jennifer Hereth at 630-942-2057 for details.

Motion Picture and Television Showcase, Wednesday, April 22, 2015 at 7pm, MAC 175.  A film festival of student produced films.  Free of charge. For more information, contact Glenn Glinke at 630.942.2892.

Exposed Photography Showcase, Tuesday May 5, 2015 from 6-9 pm in SRC 2000.  A showcase of Photography student work with awards for both high school and COD portfolios. Free admission.  Free portfolio reviews for High school students (reservations required). For more information, contact630.942.2329.

Graphic Design Portfolio Night 2015, Thursday, May 7th 2015, SRC2000. Graphic Design students in the capstone portfolio class are available to discuss their work and their experiences in the program. There are two associated competitions—one for high school students and one for COD students.  Due date for submissions is April 13th and there is no entry fee. Contact john Callegari for more information at 630.942.3418.

Animation Showcase, Thursday, May 14th, 2015, MAC Playhouse Theater.  A film festival of student produced films.  Lobby exhibits open at 6:30 and films start at 7 pm. Free of charge. For more information, contact Glenn Glinke at 630.942.2892.

Performing Arts

COLLEGE THEATER:  The Skriker by Caryl Churchill. Runs April 16 to 26. Directed by Amelia Barrett.

COLLEGE DANCE: 2015 Spring Dance Concert, Friday, April 24, 7:30 p.m., Belushi Performance Hall, MAC.

COLLEGE MUSIC:  April      24        Music Fridays @ Noon: Student Spotlight, MAC 140. (free)

                                              28        DuPage Community Concert Band, 7:30 p.m.

                                              29        Percussion Ensemble, 7:30 p.m.

                                              30        Chamber Singers/Concert Choir, 7:30 p.m.

May       1          Music Fridays @ Noon: Student Recital, MAC 140. (free)

              3          DuPage Chorale, 7:30 p.m.

              7          Guitar Ensemble, 2 p.m. – FREE, Playhouse Theatre

              7          Chamber Orchestra, 7:30 p.m.

              8          Music Fridays @ Noon: Student Recital, MAC 140. (free)

              8          Student Jazz Showcase, 8 p.m.

             15           DuPage Community Jazz Ensemble at Normandy Banquet Hall, Elmhurst, 8 p.m.

Fall 2015 Advising

FASHION STUDIES – FALL 2015 ADVISING

 

16 WK. CLASSES START AUGUST 25 AND FINISH DECEMBER 18

12 WK. CLASSES START SEPTEMBER 15 AND FINISH DECEMBER 18

 

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Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday Online
2231-001Fash Mktg Merch

9-11:50am

Scalise

SRC1005

1201-001 (1155)Clothing Construction I

9-11:50am

Oboikovitz

SRC1009

1620-001 (2220)Visual Merch I

9am-1:50pm

Reed

SRC1005

1201-001 (1155)Clothing Construction I

9-11:50am

Oboikovitz

SRC1009

1301-001 (1101)Flat Pattern I

9am-2:50pm

Oboikovitz

SRC1005

1180-NET01Bus Practices

Fashi Entrepre

12 wks.

Espinoza

 

2630-001Fash Stylist

1-3:50pm

Scalise

SRC1004

1105-001Design Principles

1-3:50pm

Heischberg

SRC1005

1115-001(2211)Fashi Illustration

2-4:50pm

SRC1005

 

1500-001 (1130)Hist of Fashion

1-3:50pm

Heischberg

SRC1005

 

2820-002Intro to Dying and Weaving

12 wks

9am-1:50pm

Scalise

SRC1008

1151-NET01Principles of Textiles

Scalise

 

 

1115-001(2211)Fashi Illustration

2-4:50pm

SRC1005

 

1202 -001(1156)Clothing

Construction II

6-8:50pm

Hetlund

SRC1009

1302-001 (1101)Flat Pattern II

6-8:50pm

Heischberg

SRC1005

1202 -001(1156)Clothing

Construction II

6-8:50pm

Hetlund

SRC1009

1302-001 (1101)Flat Pattern II

6-8:50pm

Heischberg

SRC1005

2201-001Draping

6-8:50pm

Powell

SRC1008

2201-001Draping

6-8:50pm

Powell

SRC1008

2235-002Apparel Quality

6-8:50

Stevens

SRC1004

 

2231-002Fash Mdse Mktg

6-9:40pm

12 wks.

Scalise

SRC1004

Summer 2015 Advising Sheet

FASHION STUDIES — SUMMER 2015 ADVISING SHEET

 

CLASSES START JUNE 8 AND FINISH AUGUST 2.

MONDAY TUESDAY WEDNESDAY THURSDAY ONLINE
9AM-2:50PMFASHI 2211-001

FASHI 2212-001

FASHION ILLUSTRATION

ADV. FASHI ILLUSTRATION

 

Powell

SRC 1005

9AM-2:50PMFASHI 1155-001

CLOTH

CONST I

 

Heischberg

SRC1009

9AM-2:50 PMFASHI2231-001

FASH MARKET & MERCH

 

Scalise

SRC1005

9AM-2:50PMFASHI 2211-001

FASHI2212-001

FASHION ILLUSTRATION

ADV. FASHI ILLUSTRATION

 

Powell

SRC 1005

9AM-2:50PMFASHI 1155-001

CLOTHING I

 

Heischberg

SRC1009

FASHI 1151-NET01PRINCIPLES OF TEXTILES

 

Scalise

 

MAKE AN ADVISING APPOINTMENT:

FASHION MERCHANDISING STUDENTS: Sharon Scalise scalise@cod.edu

FASHION DESIGN STUDENTS: Melissa Heischberg heischbergm@cod.edu

NEW STUDENTS: Lisa Horvatin: horvatinl@cod.edu

Advising Information for Fashion Merchandising, Fashion Design, Fashion Entrepreneur, and Community Members:

Community Members: 1155, 2211, 2231

Fashion Design

1st semester students – starting SUMMER 2015

Highly recommended: 1155

ALL Fashion Design students:

2211, 1151NET01, 2231

 

Fashion Merchandising:

Highly recommended: 2231 or 1151 NET01

Marketing and Management requirements:Bus1110, Manage 1100, Marke 2210, 2220 or 2240, 2230

Electives: 1155** counts toward your Cont. Life Skills requirement

 

Additional information:

www.cod.edu/fashion/

Department Blog: www.codfashion.com

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