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Friday, October 24, 2014


• Dirty Car Artist
T-shirt Contest Voting
Good Librations Today
Jazz Recital Tonight
Art Incend Next Week
AAMI Presents State of the African-American Male at UWG
Academic Success Workshop
Account Reconciliation Training


• Scott Wade, the Dirty Car Artist, will be in Carrollton today through Tuesday, October 28. UWG's Ingram Library, Phi Kappa Phi, and the School of the Arts are proud to sponsor this artist who creates amazingly detailed and shaded images rendered on dirty car windows. Known internationally as “The Dirty Car Artist,” Scott's work has been seen on television in over 20 countries, on blogs and in print media throughout the world. Considered a form of “reverse graffiti,” his ephemeral art has been seen in galleries, at fairs and festivals, and utilized for green advertising campaigns and corporate events in the US and several other countries since he first developed this unusual art form, ten years ago. Scott will do one art piece at the Carrollton High School Homecoming game (setting up near the concessions area) today starting at 6 p.m. On Monday, October 27, starting around noon, Scott will do another piece on campus on the Nissan Leaf provided by Scott Evans. On Tuesday, October 28 at 1 p.m. Scott will do an Artist Talk at Ingram Library on UWG's campus for any who wish to learn more about his unique art, his philosophy on art and how we can promote environmentally sustainable art.

• UWG Bookstore put out a call for student T-shirt designs over the last month. The designs are in and now the rest is up to you. Please visit this site and vote for your favorite. The winning design will be printed on t-shirts and sold as a limited edition in our very own UWG Bookstore. Voting will end on November 3. Thank you for your participation and may the best design win!


• Are you tired of hearing about the QEP? Trust me -- you haven't heard it like this before (click the mp3 link!)!

Today at 3 p.m. Debra MacComb and J. Salvador Peralta take over our Good Librations series to present QEP for You and Me. Come learn more about the QEP and strategies for how you and your department can integrate it. And if the QEP doesn't rock you, come for the collegiality, camaraderie, food and drink. You might just win a door prize!

Good Librations is a faculty and staff development series sponsored by Ingram Library. Good Librations events are on Fridays at 3 p.m. on the 3rd floor of the Ingram Library in the Aquarium. Since adult beverages are served, no students are allowed. For more information about Good Librations please see this site. For questions or concerns, please contact Anne Barnhart.

• Don't miss David Jones's jazz recital tonight at 8:15 p.m. in Kathy Cashen Recital Hall. The gifted saxophonist will perform a wonderful array of jazz favorites with members of the UWG saxophone ensemble and Daniel Bakos on piano. Admission is free.

• The Department of Art's annual Art Incend will be held October 27-31. We'll be hosting workshops, artist talks, Carve on the Quad, visiting artists, a drawing marathon, an anagama firing, a night iron pour and much more! Visit westga.edu/art to see a full schedule of events.

• On Wednesday, November 5 at 7 p.m. in the Campus Center Ballroom 108.2, the African-American Male Initiative will host "State of the African-American Male at UWG." We will highlight the documentary film, "A Product of Me," which was produced and directed by Mr. Jeral "JC" Clyde, Jr., a senior mass communications major here at UWG. A panel discussion will follow the viewing of the film. Panelists include: Dr. Jack O. Jenkins (retired), professor, psychology and Dean of the Graduate School Emeritus; Dr. Stacy Boyd, associate professor, department of english; Dr. Camilla Gant, professor/chair, department of mass communications; Mr. Gerald Byrd, Carrollton City Councilman and cast member, "A Product of Me;" and D'marcus Roberts, cast member, "A Product of Me."

This program is free and open to the public. UWG students must present their student ID upon entry. For more information, contact Cheryl Thomas Hill at 678-839-5400.


• The Center for Academic Success will be hosting a workshop today designed to help students with Reading & Note Taking Strategies and to How to Manage Study Time.

Manage Your Study Time, UCC Room 206 From 2-2:45 p.m.  Send your students over.

• Account Reconciliation training will be held on October 30 at 2 p.m. in Row Hall Room 319. This training session is for individuals who are responsible for reconciling departmental budgets and will instruct participants on the steps to the reconciliation process. Visit the University Meetings and Trainings tab on the Events Calendar to register.