Event Calendar

Friday, February 22, 2019

Fri, Feb 22, 2019

Food Justice Photo Campaign

Come tell us why food justice is important to you. Have your photo taken with your testimony on a sign to be put up in a photo installation.

Designing Your Digital Portfolio

This workshop will help you understand how a digital portfolio can be useful for presenting and promoting your creative work to employers, curators, grad schools, and more—including tips for curation, a how-to on gathering digital-ready content, and a close look at a commonly used platform. This workshop was developed with artists, designers, and performers in mind, but is open to anyone who wants to learn creative ways to amp up their professional presentation.

Fafnir Adamites is a local, visual artist who holds an MFA from the Fiber and Material Studies Department at the School of the Art Institute of Chicago and a BA in Photography and Women’s Studies from UMass Amherst. Using traditional craft processes such as feltmaking, weaving and papermaking, she creates sculptural and installation work that serve as meditations on trauma, memory and the legacy of emotional turmoil inherited from past generations. She teaches across the Pioneer Valley and lives in Turners Falls, MA.

Office Hours with Google

Two recent alums who now work for Google -- Emily Masten '17 and Julia Edholm '15 -- will be on campus on Friday, February 22, hosting office hours with small groups of students. This is an opportunity to ask questions about day-to-day life in the tech industry, what the culture is like at Google, how to prepare for a tech industry interview, what to expect out of its entry-level opportunities, etc… in a small and informal setting.

Drop-ins are available on a first come, first served basis, but appointments will go fast, so we recommend signing up for a slot ahead of time via Handshake to guarantee yourself a meeting time.

Poster for HLW Residency, image description: sepia photo of two people looking at each other featured in upper left. background in dark and light blue, with yellow box object around title text. Text in blues and yellow.

HLW: Sustaining and Building Critical Coalitions

Are you a student leader and feeling overwhelmed by expectation? Questioning what the word "community" really means? Experiencing burnout/activist fatigue? Join us in this arts-centered workshop to challenge, question, and re-imagine community and necessary relationships for social justice work.

Space is limited. For more information, please visit Amherst College Student Activities Facebook Page, or contact Jelani Johnson at jejohnson@amherst.edu and Jxhn T. Martin at jsmartin@amherst.edu

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