MECA Hosts Open Forum Community Session on Institutional Logo Process
[Image by Gabriella Sturchio '12]
MECA held a three-day charrette on February 1,2 & 3. Graphic Design students, faculty, and Pentagram's Eddie Opara worked together to rebrand and re-define MECA's institutional identity. The weekend was a great success and we were able to emerge with two solid concepts. While there is still much work to be done before deciding on a specific direction to move forward with, we are hosting an open forum community session on Tuesday, February 26 at 5pmin the Cafe to learn more about the design process and to see variations of both concepts.
Here are the details:
WHO: The entire MECA community WHAT: Presentation and dialog about MECA's logo development process and progress WHERE: MECA Cafe WHY: To generate awareness and dialog about a very important topic: The future of MECA's visual identity WHEN: Tuesday, February 26 (5-6pm)
Dinner will be available as usual ($8 per person) along with a complimentary ice cream sunday bar. All are invited to attend.
It is time for the 2013 Nothing Major Show!!
The Nothing Major Show at MECA is an annual student-run exhibition. This show is open to any first or second year student. If you are a non-major, SUBMIT your ART! You can be a junior that is undeclared and still enter. Each student can submit one work or a cohesive series.
This year the show theme is IDENTITY and is titled WHO WE ARE.
Who we are and what motivates us are central questions for all of us. This investigation of self is particularly prevalent in art school, where our own work can be seen and understood and an extension of ourselves. We struggle to find our personal originality and uniqueness that can inform and create our art practice.
Here are some possible questions you could consider when selecting the art to submit: What does identity mean? Who dictates this identity? Who are you, and how does your art reflect that?
And finally, here are some important dates and details to remember:
Art Submissions: February 11 - 14 in the Administrative Center with Erin Hutton, Associate Director of Artist at Work and Special Programs.
Installation: February 15 - 17. Volunteers will help with hanging work.
Show Dates: February 18 - March 7, 2013 on the 2nd floor and first floor front window
Opening Reception: First Friday, March 1, 2013, 5-8PM, Open to the public