Cross Connections 2010


Cross Connections 2010_Slideshow • 魯迅美術學院師生作品展

"Cross Connections 2010" Fall Exhibition is an international visual communication show that will be hosted by Art Department of Truman State University. It represents a significant overview of international visual communication trends.

The exhibition, which features both faculty and student works from Luxun Academy of Fine Arts Visual Communication programs. will be shown in Truman State University Art Gallery, between October 18 and November 19, 2010.













Photograph by: Ping Xu

AIGA Meeting Tuesday, October 19, at 6PM

October 19th, we will meet in the illustration room at 6PM, and then head to the gallery for the opening.   We will meet back up in the computer lab around 6:15 to:

-Go over signing up for AIGA online.

-Look at exciting new trip news.

-Check out the calendar design progress.(The first month of the AIGA calendar is due this evening)

See you all tonight!

AIGA Meeting Tuesday, October 5, at 6PM

We have a meeting tomorrow at 6PM in the illustration room. 
Remember that your dues are due tomorrow.  Please bring your checks(made out to AIGA) or cash to the meeting.
We will also be putting together our final roster.  If you won't be in attendance at the meeting please email Erin Semple (ees386) your ID number and email address(if different from your Truman email).

Ad and PR club

Advertising and Public Relations Club is an organization that offers hands-on experience with on and off campus clients.  Part of the club’s goal is to bring in speakers to get professional insights into the fields of public relations, advertising, marketing, and organizational communication.  Ad and PR club is affiliated with the International Association of Business Communicators (IABC), a professional network of more than 15,500 business communication professionals in over 80 countries. Amanda Goeser is this year's president. 

Meetings:  Every Wednesday, 5:00 p.m., BT222

Advertising and Public Relations Club is looking for Visual Communications majors to join and attend.

rn/viscom blog

Lab Monitors and Print Monitors WANTED!

The Viscom program is looking for work-study and scholarship workers to serve as lab monitors in OP1224 and as print monitors in OP1222 (printing to the EPSON 3880 and the HP130.) You will be performing a much appreciated and undervalued service to your fellow Viscom classmates. No Lab Monitors = no evening access to computer lab! No Print Monitors = no printing output. Interested? Contact Professor Derezinski. Rusty/viscom blog

Back from China

Be sure to welcome back Ping Xu. He spent the summer in China. Reports are that he was very busy setting up an exchange exhibition for the University Art Gallery and serving as a tour guide and host for other Truman students in China over the summer. That is above and beyond the call of duty. Rusty/viscom blog