Arts Initiatives

Student View 2015 Seeking Nominations

Nov 19th, 2014 | By

What is Student View?  Student View is an annual, juried exhibit of student work produced in Writing and Communication courses. It is organized by the Writing and Communication Program’s Arts Initiatives Committee in conjunction with the Office of the Arts. In 2015, it will run the length of the Tech Arts Festival, from February 18th

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STUDENT VIEW opens Wednesday, 2/26*

Feb 24th, 2014 | By
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Each year, more than 6,000 Georgia Tech undergraduates enroll in courses offered by the Writing and Communication Program (WCP), whose home is in the School of Literature, Media, and Communication. These multimodal courses are designed and taught by Marion L. Brittain Postdoctoral Fellows. To showcase students’ artistic work created in these classes, the WCP partners

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Student View on Display at the Ferst Center

Apr 15th, 2013 | By

On April 12, the second annual Student View exhibition, on display at the Ferst Center for the Arts during March and April 2013, served as the backdrop for the opening reception for the new campus-wide celebration of the arts, the TechArts Festival. An estimated 200 guests including students, parents, faculty, and visitors had a chance to see

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Student View Previewed at Woodruff Arts Center’s Georgia Tech Night

Feb 19th, 2013 | By
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On February 7, student artwork created in the Institute’s first-year writing and communication courses (English 1101/1102) and other communication-related LMC courses was featured at Georgia Tech Night at the Woodruff Arts Center.  This exhibition, organized by the Writing and Communication Program’s Arts Initiatives Committee, previewed select digital artifacts from this year’s second annual Student View

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Our First Podcast!

Feb 2nd, 2013 | By

TECHStyle is pleased to announce a new offering, our podcast! Hosted by Rebecca Weaver (Brittain Fellow, 2012-2015) and produced by the TECHStyle editorial team and the Media and Technologies Committee, this podcast was developed to broaden TECHStyle‘s reach and attend to our program’s multimodal goals. Our first episode features Doris Bremm (Brittain Fellow, 2010-2013), chair of

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Student Exhibit to Highlight the “Art” in “Artifacts”

Nov 21st, 2012 | By
Student View exhibit on display at the Woodruff Arts Center in February 2012

by Jennifer Lux Brittain Fellows! The time has come again to ask for your help in nominating student works for the annual exhibit of artifacts at the Ferst Center Galleries. The Brittain Fellows’ Arts Initiative Committee (formerly known as the Ferst Center Committee) will be selecting impressive multimodal artifacts for a professional gallery display. Nominate

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Success! Student View to move to Woodruff Arts Center

Feb 13th, 2012 | By

After a successful run at the Ferst Center for the Arts, the Student View exhibition will move to the Woodruff Arts Center for Georgia Tech Student Night this Thursday, February 16th, from 5 to 8 pm. This event provides another chance to see exemplary student work in a gallery setting.   Students will also have

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The creativity on display is not just student work!

Jan 28th, 2012 | By

Congratulations to our colleagues who designed and taught the classes in which students developed the artifacts selected for the Student View exhibition, now in the Ferst Center for the Arts (until January 31) and then moving to the Woodruff Art Center (1280 Peachtree Street NE, Atlanta, GA 30309) for one night only on February 16.

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Celebrating Students: Student View Reception and Film Screening at the Ferst Center for the Arts

Jan 28th, 2012 | By
Claire Batten (Class of '15, INTA Major) and Sarah Schiff (first-year Brittan Postdoctoral Fellow)

The Student View exhibition currently on display at the Ferst Center for the Arts is entering its final week. Last Wednesday, January 18th, students whose work was selected for the exhibition were honored in a private reception followed by a public screening of student films. We had an impressive turnout: More than 50 people attended the reception, and more than 100 came to the screening!
As a collaboration between the Writing and Communication Program and the Ferst Center for the Arts, Student View is, to our knowledge, the first exhibition of its kind in the country, displaying student works produced in composition and English studies classrooms in a professional art gallery that’s open to the public. The exhibition features a wide variety of artifacts displayed in five categories: Collage, Mosaic, Digital Media, Poster Art, and Film.

WOVEN Field Trip

Jan 18th, 2012 | By

To cap off my introductory week with my new 1102 students I decided to do a field trip. The general trajectory of my first week was a sort of “show not tell” conceptual introduction to the course (with the incredibly important yet always boring syllabus day in the middle). In order to introduce course concepts

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