We have one presentation planned for tomorrow – but there’s still time to sign up.
In fact, everyone should check that they are signed up to present on the right day. There was a lot of over-writing going on last Wednesday and some names might have been moved in the shuffle.
Hello everyone. I went home for a few days, but spent most of spring break here in Bemidji. Things are going well with the band, which means things are going well on the blog. The album is coming along, with only bass & vocals left to record. Some videos from a small gig are uploaded on YouTube and embedded within the blog, as well as a page featuring pics of my bandmates and I.
See you in class.
I trust everyone’s more or less back from break and that the projects are ticking along – and that basements are flooding.
As scheduled, we’ll meet again face to face next Monday – Mar 23. Usual time and place.
In anticipation of our meeting, post a brief up date to this blog for us for all to read – just to bring us up to date.
- How are you doing?
- How are things going with your project?
- What else is new?
- And link to something interesting on your project.
If your project isn’t going well, you can design and start a new one during the week of Mar 23. Post abut the problems here so we can all help out, or let me know.
On next Monday, I’ll assign StudioTour1. Feel free to get an early start on things.
Pass this information on, by the way. Not everybody is checking the Daybook.
Two more projects started
I’ve added three projects to the Current Projects list.
Helen Hansen: [title tba]:
Nick Ohmann: Alpha’s Place
Sarah Drury: World of Will
You might want to visit them when you get a chance to see how they are doing.
I also changed the template on this weblog to put the Current Projects list closer to the top of the screen and make subscribing to the rss feed a little easier. Take a few minutes to look around and get used to the look and features.
Watching for more projects to come in.
For anyone interested in writing fiction, non-fiction, or poetry:
Rivers Meeting ( a BSU literary magazine published annually in April) is currently accepting submissions of original pieces of prose, poetry, or art. The deadline for submissions is Monday, February 2nd. This is a great opportunity to have your works published!
IF YOU ARE INTERESTED, ACT NOW!
February 2nd is not far away! Submission forms and guidelines may be picked up in Hobson Room 20 (they will be in a blue-covered box on the ledge behind the computer island), Hagg-Sauer Room 322, Hagg-Sauer 3rd floor reception desk, or the Ed. Arts Reception 2nd floor (next to Talley Gallery).
If you have any questions, you may e-mail Rivers Meeting at email@example.com or stop by one of the previously listed locations.