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Computer Art Club carves top prize at animation festival
Members of the BGSU Computer Art Club (CAC) attended the Ottawa International Animation Festival to learn about what's going on in the animation industry and walked away as champion pumpkin carvers.
Seventeen CAC members, along with their faculty advisor, Bonnie Mitchell, professor of digital arts, earned the top prize in the festival's pumpkin carving contest, sponsored by the Cartoon Network. This highly competitive and fun competition attracts a wide range of creative participants including: international artists working at animation companies, students and faculty from around the world and independent animators.
- Jackson on political behavior - Columbus Dispatch
- Popular culture faculty, student on 20th century touchstones - The Blade
- Warmke on moral superiority - Big Think
- Grubbs on sexuality, morality and religion - Vice
- Skinner parlays potential into help for others - Sentinel-Tribune
- Simon shares family recipe - Sentinel- Tribune
- Santino on Halloween - KMOX
- Winter Wheat writing festival - BG Independent News
- Computer Art Club carves top prize at animation festival
- Winter Wheat writing festival - Northwest Signal
- Karen Root on biodiversity - BG Independent News
- Brown on cohabiting adults - Chicago Tribune
- "Amazons and Their Men" - BG Independent News
- Coates and Muir on memoirs - The Blade
- Davis on algae bloom - NPR
- 25 Years of Digital Arts @ BGSU - Toledo Blade
- Presentation on banned popular music - Toledo Blade
- Davis on algae bloom - WTOL
- Lawrence Coates lecture - BG Independent News
- Engelhart on North Korea - 13abc
- Dzur receives medal - The Blade
- Jackson on celebrity politicians - Moneyish
- Manning on declining marriage rate - AirTalk
- Laird on eclipse - Northwest Signal
- BGSU named a bridge program partner for Physics - Zoom News
- Wallach interview – Jakarta Post
- Brandon Warmke on moral outrage - Courier–Journal
- Manning on marriage trends – Reading Eagle
- Mills on Congressional committee staffs - The Washington Post
- Brown on comic books - Lima News
- Brown on Wonder Woman - The Blade
- Students Gather at Popular Culture Association Summer Research Institute - Zoom News
- Matt Donahue on The Beatles - The Blade
- Jackson on Roger Ailes - The Blade
- Bonnie Mitchell on technology’s impact - The Blade
- Manning on changing face of marriage - Herald & Review
- Popular Culture Summer Research Institute - BG Independent News
- Brown on senior citizen cohabitation - AirTalk
- Miller on why celebrities get political - Fox News
- Samel on weather warnings - The Blade
- Miller on airlines overbooking - NPR
- Miller on the Bill O’Reilly firing – 13abc
- BGSU's Holden wins Hoch Award for melding service with learning - Zoom News
- NCMFR on young adulthood then and now - MercatorNet
- BGSU Spotlights Outstanding Faculty at Annual Awards - Zoom
- Dr. Cynthia Baron, Theatre and Film, was named Professor of Research Excellence.
- Dr. Kefa Otiso, Geography, was named Professor of Service Excellence.
- The Master Teacher Award, was given to Dr. Andrew Gregory, School of Earth, Environment and Society.
- The President’s Award for Collaborative Research and Creative Work went to Dr. Sue Carter Wood, English.
- Dr. Nathan Richardson, Romance and Classical Studies, won the Leadership as a Chair/School Director Award.
- Englehart on Syria strike - WTOL
- Benjamin Greene on WWII - The Blade
- Pargament on spiritual struggles – The Blade
- I/O psychology ranking - The Blade
Diana of Dobson's by Cicely Hamilton
November 16-19 | Thomas B. and Kathleen M. Donnell Theatre
The BGSU Department of Theatre and Film presents five performances of "Diana of Dobson's," a show that was first performed in London in 1908. The play introduces the audience to the overworked and underpaid female assistants at Dobson's Drapery Emporium, whose only alternative to their dead-end jobs is the unlikely prospect of marriage. Show and ticket information is available at bgsu.edu/arts.
December 2 | 5-9 p.m. | Fine Arts Center and The Wolfe Center
for the Arts
The 13th annual holiday showcase of art across the spectrum offers a true extravaganza for art lovers of all ages. Under the theme "Make. Believe." the event features the magic and imagination of puppetry and the talents and creations of students, faculty and alumni musicians, artists, dancers and performers. BGSU alumna Mel Hatch Douglas brings her Madcap Productions Puppet Theatre to campus, and BGSU puppet master Bradford Clark will share some of his puppet masterpieces. Hands-on activities, exhibits and demonstrations, and art sales for holiday shoppers round out the evening.
Faculty and Staff Art Exhibition
December 2-13 | Dorothy Uber Bryan Gallery, Fine Arts Center
The 67th annual Faculty and Staff Art Exhibition opens in conjunction with ArtsX. The exhibition provides an opportunity to appreciate the efforts of some of the finest artists in this region, presenting work in a wide range of media by current and emeriti faculty and current staff members of the School of Art.