Attention, electronic music composers!
Have you produced any music that you think would be suitable for a program at the Brown Planetarium, a state-of-the-art facility? They are putting on a program to begin February 12 and are looking for original music. This sounds like a fun opportunity for you electronic music producers! Dr. Willey is meeting with the director this Friday, Feb. 5th at 2:30. Email him with some .mp3s in advance or go along for the meeting to get in on the ground floor.
Film Scoring Opportunities
Directed by Adam Allen (firstname.lastname@example.org)
A young widower returns to where he proposed to his wife in an attempt to come to terms with her death.
Directed by Samuel Utley (email@example.com)
A struggling artist's last hope turns deadly as she walks into the hands of a vengeful spirit.
Directed by Sarah Swingley (firstname.lastname@example.org)
LGBTQ Romantic Drama
A story following a young man on his journey to grow and defend what he truly values.
Present Your Work at the Student Symposium!
Registration for the 2016 Student Symposium at Ball State University has been extended to Monday, February 8, 2016.
Visit the www.bsu.edu/studentsymposium for guidelines and registration.
The Student Symposium at Ball State University offers students an opportunity to showcase their research projects and creative endeavors in either the adjudicated poster session or moderated paper presentations. The Student Symposium will take place Friday, April 8, 2016, on the second floor of the L. A. Pittenger Student Center.
All Ball State University students are eligible: undergraduate, graduate, those from Burris Laboratory School, and the Indiana Academy for Science, Mathematics, and Humanities. Students must be currently enrolled at Ball State University, must have engaged in academic activities either inside or outside the classroom, and must have been advised by a Ball State faculty mentor. Students from all disciplines are invited to participate in this event.
Quotes for the day
"The greatest time saver is concentration" —Walter Pauk, How To Study In College.
"She who has mastered patience is the master of many things." —Fortune Cookie Message