Alfred University News

May 1, 2023 Arts Student Announcements

Announcements, Opportunities, & Resources for students, faculty and staff in the School of Art & Design + Performing Arts Division.


End of Year Pop-up Sale!

Calling all artists! You are invited to sell your work in a pop-up end of year studio clean out sale on Thursday, May 4 from 3:30-5:30pm in the Harder Hall Lobby. Getting ready to move out? Don't want to haul, pack or store your work?

Tables will be assigned on a first come, first served basis. Tables and chairs provided. Contact with questions. Sign up to reserve a table!

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Looking for a summer job? Want to stay in Alfred?

Sculpture: Want to be a part of the team to create the Fiat Lux Sculpture in Metal this summer! We are looking for student helpers in art and engineering: Basic skills in either metal working, welding, digital files for the waterjet cutter are required. This is a paid position: Three students will receive a $2,500 stipend for the work over a four-week period from May 15th – June 15th. The hours will be from 8-4pm Monday to Friday. Please send a letter of interest to

Admissions is seeking a summer arts student ambassador! Housing included. Contact Lukas Perry

Arts Communications is seeking a summer intern (paid) to assist with a variety of marketing, communications, outreach, and summer workshop events. Full or partial summer position available. Contact Caitlin Brown

Have your work featured on the @alfredalumni Instagram!




  • Meeting with Senior Show Committee Zoom May 3, 6pm
  • The Big Day! Saturday, May 6, 4-8pm Zoom Registration for supporters who can't join in person


  • Online Checklist
  • Images files and artist statement due same day as thesis to Library
    • Artist Statement
    • Artwork Information List.
    • Self Portrait Photo
    • Alfred Story Form
    • 10 files for the website and 3-5 for social media

Invitation to graduating seniors and graduate students: Mentorship recognition Nominate a member of Alfred University's faculty staff or alumni who made a positive impact on your life and learning.

  • Send an email message to with the person's name, title, email address and relationship with you (faculty, staff, alumni)
  • Timeframe of engagement with your mentor: years and whether past or current
  • Highlights of your relationship and example(s) of how the person served as a valuable mentor in any area of your life. (Limit 200 words)