Blaffer Art Museum is joining forces with the University of Houston’s Industrial Design, Graphic Design, and Fine Arts Departments to create BAD (Blaffer Art & Design), a unique line of products displayed and sold at the museum and through a dedicated website. Launching in fall of 2014, BAD will feature small and affordable editions of products and artworks designed by students and selected by a jury of experts in order to showcase, promote, and benefit the budding creative talent at the University of Houston.
Come hear from UH staff and graduate students about careers options and professional preparation programs in student affairs, such as housing, campus recreation, student activities, and many more. The half day session will include panels and networking opportunities with young student affairs professionals, graduate students, and faculty in a broad range of positions.
For more information visit http://uh.edu/dsa/events/
Feast: Radical Hospitality in Contemporary Art
By George Farquhar
Directed by Adam Noble
The play tells the story of two young gents who, having spent all their money by living too well, leave London and roam from town to town in search of love and fortune. In order to find a wealthy heiress for at least one of them, they pose as master and servant - exchanging roles from one town to the next. In Lichfield, they meet the lovely, wealthy Dorinda and her equally desirable sister-in-law, Mrs. Kate Sullen. They set their caps for these women, but problems abound.