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Department Events

Communications Media & Faculty Events

Guest Artist Heddi Siebel: April 8, 3:30 PM Ellis White Lecture Hall

Free and open to the public. Award winning artist Heddi Siebel will give a lecture on her work. She is known for her visual art and printmaking. Siebel's work has been exhibited at The Museum of Fine Arts in Boston and the DeCordova Museum. She is the recipient of the Fulbright Scholar Award. Visit her website to read more about her.

Lina Maria Giraldo Wall Talk: April 17, 3:30 PM Conlon Lobby

The newest display on the Conlon Media Wall are animations by Lina Maria Giraldo, a Colombian born, Boston-based artist focusing on Interactive Storytelling towards social change. Hear her speak about her work and have an open discussion with the audience about the display. Visit her website to read more about her work.

Art Exhibit: World Builders Game Art April 6 – April 28

Co-Curated by Game Design Professor Les Nelken.
April 6, 5 PM to 8 PM Opening reception with VR demonstration/experience.
A show for gamers and non-gamers, a glimpse of the artistic process essential to the design of digital game worlds. Ayer Lofts Gallery: 172 Middle Street, Lowell MA. Saturdays & Sundays 12 – 4 PM.

Dead Mad April 10 - April 20

Open to the public. The Spring 2019 Main Stage Production Dead Mad is a new play written by Peter Anderegg. Directed by Denise Alexander. FREE Admission. Wallace Theater (McKay Entrance B). When Jason Brooks must write an obituary to avoid being haunted by his mother after she escapes Charon the Ferryman, he confronts the fact that he knows almost nothing about her that’s 100% true. Complete performance dates and times can be found on the Theater Concentration page.

Week 1
Wed. Apr. 10, 6:30 PM
Thu. Apr. 11, 6:30 PM
Fri. Apr. 12, 7:30 PM
Sat. Apr. 13, 2:00 PM
Sat. Apr. 13, 7:30 PM
Sun. Apr. 14, 2:00 PM

Week 2
Wed. Apr. 17 6:30 PM
Thu. Apr. 18 6:30 PM
Fri. Apr. 19 7:30 PM
Sat. Apr. 20 2:30 PM
Sat. Apr. 20 7:30 PM

Contests & Scholarships

Undergraduate Research Conference: April 18, 8:30 AM to 12:30 PM

Each year students present their research or creative projects to the entire campus community. Projects are still being chosen for the annual Undergraduate Research Conference, so please stay tuned for a full schedule of events and presentations.

Honors Convocation: April 18 at 2 PM, Weston Auditorium

This annual ceremony is to recognize student achievement and award scholarship. Guests must RSVP.

VISIONS 2019: April 24

Visions is the juried honors showcase of the year's best original student work in the Communications Media Department. The entire campus and local community looks forward to this annual event, which consists of a gallery art exhibition, a film/video screening, and a presentation forum. Visit the Visions page to learn more.

3:30 p.m. Visions Forum, Ellis White Lecture Hall
4:30 p.m. Alumni Panel, Ellis White Lecture Hall
5:30 p.m. Gallery Opening & Reception, Hammond Hall Art Gallery
7:00 p.m. Theater Showcase, Weston Auditorium
8:00 p.m. Film & Video Screening, Weston Auditorium

Visions Poster Contest: Deadline April 5

Students are asked to submit a poster to design to represent VISIONS 2019, our annual honors exhibition of student work. The winner will receive a $50 gift card to the Fitchburg State Bookstore
Application & Guidelines can be found on the Facebook page.

LaCoy Production Fund: Deadline April 12

Each semester Film/Video students are welcome to apply for the LaCoy Production Fund. $565 in production funds is awarded to the winning script or documentary proposal.
Details & Application can be found on the Google Form.