IIDC’s Legislation 101 and Ice Cream Social
Wednesday, July 8
5:45 pm to 7:30 pm
Haworth showroom (Merchandise Mart #312)
Admission: Free to everyone
You are encouraged to bring a friend!
If your friend signs up for a 2009 IIDC membership, you will receive a voucher for 50% off your 2010 IIDC membership.
The ice cream will melt in this heat, so get there early.
There will be stations manned by IIDC Board and Committee members to share information on topics like the Illinois Interior Design Title Act, NCIDQ, Membership, and the path to becoming a Registered Interior Designer.
Spread the word.
RSVP by Monday, July 6 to firstname.lastname@example.org
11th Annual Summer Opera: Acis & Galatea
Presented by the Chicago Department of Cultural Affairs
FREE Admission, tickets required for the Chicago Cultural Center performances
July 28, 30, & August 1 at the Chicago Cultural Center
August 3 at the Jay Pritzker Pavilion in Millennium Park
Handel’s most popular dramatic work, Acis and Galatea, offers a feast of melodic music and an escape into a mythological world. Directed by Joanie Schultz, the fully costumed and staged opera will be performed in English in the jewel-like setting of the Chicago Cultural Center’s Preston Bradley Hall, with an encore performance in Millennium Park. Francesco Milioto directs the New Millennium Orchestra of Chicago. Written by George Frideric Handel.
Free tickets will be available July 8 and must be obtained in person at the Storefront Theater Box Office, 66 E. Randolph Street, 312-742-TIXS (8497). Limit 4 per person.
Visit www.dcatheater.org/summeropera for tickets and more information.
Filip Malyszko’s Senior Thesis Show.
Presenting an ideal members only club and boutique hotel in the heart of Chicago’s Wicker Park neighborhood.
You can still see Filips work in the first floor gallery!
More from Dirk Fletcher, Department Chairman, Digital Photography:
As we are now registering for the fall, I urge EVERYBODY to meet with an advisor each time you sign up for classes. Every term there are several individuals who are close to graduating but have a conflict with a class or find a particular class is not offered. You should know that every single class is not offered each term in both a day or night section, some gen-ed are rotated between day and night each semester.
The advisors know when these classes are offered and can suggest scheduling to avoid any problems down the road. Advisors also have the elective schedule for the next year to assist in scheduling.
As of now, incoming email addressed to students at either email@example.com and firstname.lastname@example.org will find its way to student’s portal e-mail box.
Students are free to give out to others as either address: email@example.com or firstname.lastname@example.org
When sending outgoing mail, nothing has changed yet. Recipients will still see outgoing mail as coming as from email@example.com