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  Events for November 28, 2017

Paid Family Leave Act

- Location: Kenyon/Allen Room
(12:15 PM - 1:00 PM)
This is the second training in an 8 month series targeted at any AU employee who has supervisory roles in their department. This training can also be especially helpful for any staff who support the supervisors in their department.

This training will encompass: overview of the new Paid Family Leave laws that go into effect 1/1/18, timeline and benefits, eligibility, FAQ’s, and how FMLA and PFL are different.

This is also open to any AU employee who would like to know more about the new changes that are coming in January of 2018.

This training will be held from 12:15 p.m. - 1:00 p.m., Wednesday, November 8 and from 12:15 p.m. - 1:00 p.m., Tuesday, November 28 both located in the Kenyon/Allen Room. This is the same training both days, you will only need to attend one session. Please, feel free to bring your lunch, and learn with Human Resources.

Open Meeting with Committee Members on APEX and Retention

- Location: Nevins Theater
(12:15 PM - 1:00 PM)
ATS Council is sponsoring an open meeting with Kathy Woughter and Angie To, who will provide updates on the work of both the Applied Learning Initiative (APEX) and the Strategic Retention Council. All are welcome to attend.

Community Carnival

- Location: Community Table, Powell Campus Center, 2nd Floor
(4:00 PM - 6:00 PM)
Join us on Tuesday for fun and games in our new space!

Garbage plates! Cotton candy! Pretzels with cheese! Funnel cakes! Roulette wheel with prizes! Win a pizza party!

Cash, Credit, Saxon Swipe, Dining Dollars, or Fiat Bux

Visiting Artist Talk: Michael Rogers

- Location: Room 106 C, Binns Merrill
(5:00 PM - 7:00 PM)
Sponsored by Sculpture/Dimensional Studies

“Often when looking for a thing I find something else.” Neil M. Gunn

Michael Rogers is a professor in the Studio Arts Glass Program at the Rochester Institute of Tech-nology, New York, where he is engaged in his fifteenth and final academic year. Previously he returned to the United States after spending eleven years in Japan where he was head of Aichi University’s Glass Program. Michael maintains his private studio in the countryside outside Ho-neoye Falls, New York. After finishing this coming Spring Semester Michael will say farewell to academia and engage in his studio practice, travels and interests full time.

Recent exhibitions include, “Iglass 2017” at LEVANT Gallery, Shanghai, China, “Permeable Struc-tures” at Bullseye Projects, Latheronwheel, Scotland, “Collision & Fission Exhibit of Contemporary Glass”, Tianyuan International Glass Art Festival, Nanjing Province China and “Knowing, Seeing, Painting (Glass as Canvas)” curated by Ms. Sylva Petrová at Galerie Medium in Bratislava, Slovakia.

Recent activities include traveling to China this November to attend opening of the Iglass exhibit at LEVANT Gallery in Shanghai as well as lecturing and demonstrating at The Shanghai Institute of Visual Art and The China Art Academy in Hangzhou. Last August Michael participated in a per-formance based residency on the island of Saaremaa off Estonia. In July he lectured at North Lands Creative in Lybster Scotland. Last February and March Michael had a collaborative resi-dency with painter Judy Tuwaletstiwa at Corning Museum’s “The Studio”. Future travel/projects are planned to Scotland, Estonia, Latvia, Lithuania and China.

El cafecito: Celebrate the Venezuelan holiday Nuestro días festivos!

- Location: AU Language House, 12 Park Street
(6:00 PM - 7:00 PM)
Please join AU’s Spanish Culture & Conversation Club, El cafecito, as we celebrate the Venezuelan holiday Nuestro días festivos with food and music! Practice your Spanish speaking skills in a fun, relaxed environment.

Beginner to Advanced Spanish speakers, everyone is Welcome!

Self-Care for Overall-Wellbeing

- Location: Kenyon-Allen Room (In the Powell Campus Center)
(6:00 PM - 7:00 PM)
The Psychology Club is hosting a Topic Night on Self-Care with an informal presentation by Amanda Khodorkovskaya, the Wellness Center's Coordinator.

Amanda will describe what self-care is, why it is so important, and reasons why it can be so hard to accomplish. She will also mention the basics of self-care such as sleep, nutrition, exercise, relationships, time management, relaxation, and boundaries.

There will be snacks and light refreshments!! We hope to see you there!

Errant Landscapes

- Location: Fosdick- Nelson Gallery
(All Day)
Andrew Raftery, Alex Lukas, Corinne Teed, Christy Gast

Opening Reception: 7:00 p.m. - 9:00 p.m., Friday, November 3

Fosdick-Nelson Gallery

Curated by Andrew Oesch

Four artists work in diverse ways with the visual lexicon around the genre of landscape. Using materials ranging from ceramics, print, painting, video, and textiles the artworks in this exhibition explore our human relationship to land and how we construct a sense of place.

Exhibit at the Cohen Gallery: Residue

- Location: Cohen Gallery
(All Day)
Residue: Caroline Hayes Charuk, Terry James Conrad, Ron Lambert, and SV Randall exhibit at the Cohen Gallery

Nov 3- Dec 8, Opening Reception 6:00 p.m. - 9:00 p.m., Friday, November 3

The Cohen Gallery presents the work of Caroline Hayes Charuk, Terry James Conrad, Ron Lambert, and SV Randall in “Residue,” opening 6:00 p.m. - 9:00 p.m., Friday, November 3.

As humans we leave a trail behind us- a record of our personal histories. Some of these marks are egregious like the oil spills in the oceans, others are poetic like the subtly scuffed paint surrounding a well-used door knob. The artists in this exhibition are using residue as a tool for making their art. By making objects to create stains, mimic stains, or employ stains for creative reflection, these four artists reflect how residue can create a metaphor for life’s experience.