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  Events for February 23, 2017

Bergren Forum: Panel discussion on Trump's presidency

- Location: Nevins Theater, Powell Campus Center
(12:10 PM - 1:00 PM)
Today's Bergren Forum will feature a discussion: Does Trump's presidency threaten American democracy? Moderated by Emrys Westacott, panelists will include Vicky Westacott, Robert Heineman and Gary Ostrower. Those attending may bring their own lunches; coffee and tea will be provided.

Thursdays at the Newman Club

- Location: St. Jude Student Lounge
(5:15 PM - 7:00 PM)
- Attachment 1: Map to St. Jude's
All students are welcome in the St. Jude Lounge on Thursday evenings this semester, beginning this week! Events include:

5:15 p.m. Mass
6 p.m. Free, Homemade Dinner

Come to either or both events each week: whatever fits your schedule. All are welcome at both!

Please email Chris or Kate at stjude@alfred.edu with any questions or concerns.

IEA Visiting Artist: Laura Splan

- Location: New York State College of Ceramics

Sponsored by: The Institute for Electronic Arts and the Division of Expanded Media

Laura Splan of Brooklyn, NY, will be joining the Institute for Electronic Arts for an artist residency the week of February 20th. Laura, who received her MFA at Mills College in Oakland, California, explores intersections of art, science, technology, and craft in her work. In recent work, she has been using her own body to generate bio-data to be used in the production of sculptures and images, a project that has manifested itself in a variety of materials and formats including computerized jacquard woven tapestries and 3D printed sculptures.

Throughout her residency, Laura intends to create computer generated animated weavings from bio-data collected via Arduino microcontrollers. The waveforms generated from this data will be used in AfterEffects and other software with animation, sound, parenting, and expressions to create animated weavings that visualize and embody the experiences from which they were derived.

The Institute for Electronic Art’s Visiting Artist Program is sponsored in part by the New York State Council on the Arts with the support of Governor Andrew Cuomo and the New York State Legislature.