2018 NCIDQ Prep Class
The New England Chapter of ASID is offering a weekend preparatory course that focuses on the practicum part of the exam. Dates for the class will be February 23 & 24, 2018. The class will run from 8 AM to 5 PM both days. Students will learn about the contents of the exam, experience taking a test run of the exam and getting feedback on their solutions. It is an intensive course that will offer comprehensive coverage of the the New Practicum 2.0 (electronic practicum). The moderator, Phyllis Moore, has been teaching the course throughout the nation for many years and has a wealth of experience with the exam. The moderator will also be able to address any questions or concerns in regards to the multiple choice parts of the exam, but that is not the focus of the course. IMPORTANT NOTE: All students are required to bring your own laptop for the class, as you will be taking electronic exams. For more information, please contact Helen Principio at email@example.com
When: Feb 23, 2018 8am in Beverly, MA
What Can I Say?
“What Can I Say?” brings together a group of artists whose work employs language as a tool for provocation and resistance. Drawing on personal experience, history, and current events, these artists respond poignantly to the salient issues of our time using humor, irony, and provocation. Through photography, painting, drawing, fiber art, sculpture, book arts, and performance, “What Can I Say?” collectively addresses national and social identities, the law, capitalism and greed, the news media, and more, illustrating how art can be used as an effective tool for change and resistance.Artists: Ryan Arthurs, Taylor Clough, Johan Deckmann, Pat Falco, Andy Li, Daisy Parris, John Richey, Joanna Tam, Alok Vaid-Menonhttps://www.montserrat.edu/portfolio-item/whatcanisay/
When: Feb 23, 2018 12pm to Feb 23, 2018 6pm in Beverly, MA