The NEWH scholarship deadline has been extended to September 15th. The application may be downloaded below.
Harrington Professional Photography Students:
There is a new program at the Catherine Edelman Gallery for new collectors called In Focus.
With more and more people becoming interested in photography, it’s become apparent that a program explaining current photographic trends and the do’s and dont’s of collecting, could prove valuable and informative in Chicago.
In Focus is a membership based program that meets four times and is led by Catherine Edelman and other prominent members of the Chicago art community.
Dues are $100 (for all four sessions) and discussions are at 9:30-11AM, every other Saturday at the gallery, starting October 3, 2009.
There is also a short questionnaire that participants are asked to complete to better gauge photography interests.
For programming details, and more information, visit: http://www.edelmangallery.com/infocus/infocus.htm
Today is Harrington Friday ! The link:
… and for the ending of the semester:
check the Thesis Work from Joanna Henricks, a beautiful Elementary School:
IFDA EDUCATIONAL FOUNDATION RAYMOND WAITES NATIONAL DESIGN COMPETITION
CRITERIA, APPLICATION & ENTRY DETAILS ARE NOW AVAILABLE AT
STUDENTS-THIS IS A UNIQUE OPPORTUNITY TO ENTER &
CREATE YOUR VISION OF A
TRADITIONAL/ECLECTIC LIVING ROOM WITH DINING
$5000 PRIZE, PLUS
A TRIP TO THE APRIL INTERNATIONAL HOME FURNISHINGS MARKET
IN HIGH POINT, NORTH CAROLINA.
THE WINNER WILL VISIT BEAUTIFUL SHOWROOMS, ATTEND SEMINARS
AND NOTED DESIGNER RAYMOND WAITES WILL HOST
AN EVENT IN HIS/HER HONOR
DEADLINE FOR ENTRIES IS FEBRUARY 1, 2010
LATE OR INCOMPLETE ENTRIES WILL NOT BE CONSIDERED
The Humanitarian Service Project
Please join in helping to provide for needy children going back to school. The Humanitarian Service Project is an organization in DuPage County that has initiatives to provide to needy families, seniors and children in DuPage and Kane Counties.
The project’s mission follows:
It is the mission of the Humanitarian Service Project to alleviate the pain and suffering that poverty brings to needy seniors and children living in DuPage and Kane Counties, Illinois, without distinction of gender, race, creed, caste, or color.
The Humanitarian Service Project (HSP) started in Karole & Floyd Kettering’s spare room in 1979 with the purpose of helping needy families during the Christmas season in the DuPage County area by providing them with an abundance of groceries and gifts. This organization now provides for 115 seniors, 145 families and 90 familes of children with groceries, birthday parties and Christmas gifts.
A collection box to collect the supplies will be available on the third floor cafe during finals week.
To learn more, visit: http://www.humanitarianservice.org/
The Humanitarian Service Project is inviting groups and individuals to donate standard school supplies, with a special emphasis on backpacks.
Crayons (box of 24)
Pens (blue, black, red)
Pencils and erasers
Notebook Paper (wide ruled)
Notebook Paper (college ruled)
*Please, tell a friend!