As a way of disposing of all the useable “stuff” in our offices we will no longer need at the end of the summer, Harrington faculty and staff are planning a Harrington Office Clearance Bizarre Bazaar, Tuesday, June 2 – Friday, June 5, Room 230. We plan to gather together all those art supplies, review copies of books, office accessories, and anything which might have continued usefulness.
This room will be open for faculty, staff and students to view and take away those things they can use. Thanks!
Wednesday / May 13, 2015 / 5:30 PM – 7:30 PMLe Corbusier, From Decoration to Functionalism Free lecture by SAH member Jean-Louis Cohen WPA Chicago, 314 W Superior St, Chicago
Professor Jean-Louis Cohen will lecture on the development of Le Corbusier’s theories of interior architecture and the evolution of the classical “art decoratifs” to the radical experiments of “equipment de l’habitation.” Jean-Louis Cohen is a French architect and architectural historian specializing in modern architecture and city planning. Since 1994, he has been the Sheldon H. Solow Professor in the History of Architecture at New York University’s Institute of Fine Arts. In honor of Modern Luxury Interior Chicago’s Spring Issue, the magazine and WPA will be hosting a reception prior to the lecture. Following the lecture, appetizers and seasonal cocktails will be served in WPA’s showroom, an opportunity to meet and greet with Jean-Louis Cohen. Sponsored by: AIA Chicago, Modern Luxury Interiors, WPA Chicago Learning Units: 2.0 LUs Member Price: Free Non-Member Price: Free REGISTER HERE (http://www.aiachicago.org/store/view_cart)
Join us on October 16th in Room 106 at 6pm to find the answer to these questions and many more questions you may have. We’ve assembled a panel consisting of Harrington Alumni representing ID, GD/CD and Photo. Pizza and soda will be provided.
Meet new people, learn lots about printing and make some cash between classes! Stop by the Print Center on the 5th floor and pick up your application today.
Interior Design, Photography and Communication/Graphic Design students are all welcome to apply—Graduate and Undergraduate. The best applicants have been at Harrington for a few semesters and are familiar with using the Print Center. Stop up and ask Austin, Gina, Jake or Cari for more information if you are interested, but not sure! We are looking to start (paid) training towards the end of this semester so you will be ready to work this Fall when things start to get busier with the influx of new students. 10–20+ Hours/week. $10/hour.
This is not a Federal Work Study position (no restrictions related to FA).