trip to the MET BREUER: Saturday, March 24th

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an invitation to contribute to international voices


Share your voice!
International Voices could not exist without the contributions of our talented students. If you are a Westchester Community College student, please consider submitting your own writing or artwork for the 2018 edition of International Voices. Faculty members are also encouraged to recommend exemplary student work for publication. All writing and artwork is considered although priority is given to material with an international or multi-cultural theme.

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In your submission, please include the following:

  • writers:  your writing in Microsoft Word, plain text, or RTF format with minimum custom formatting
  • artists: a copy of your artwork in Adobe Photoshop (preferred) or JPEG (300 dpi) format
  • A cover letter email that includes:

o   your name
o   the title of your work
o   your address, phone number, and email address
o   your mentoring professor’s name (optional)
o   your native country & language

Please submit your writing and/or artwork by email to InternationalVoicesWCC@gmail.com. Deadline for International Voices 2018 is extended to February 15th, 2018.

 

Micro-Progress and the Magic of Just Getting Started

I’ve never been great with deadlines.

It’s a flaw I’m keenly aware of, and one I actively try to counter. But despite my best efforts, it’s forever lingering in the background, an insatiable little gremlin that devours my productivity. It is definitely one of my things.

Yet of the countless articles, books and so-called lifehacks about productivity I’ve read (or written!), the only “trick” that has ever truly and consistently worked is both the simplest and the most difficult to master: just getting started.

Enter micro-progress. Click here to read the full article…

mark your calendars: next wednesday, April 5th, 11:00 – 1:00 pm – artist talk

STACY SCIBELLI – Artist Talk, “Suit Yourself”
Wednesday, April 5th, 11:00 – 1:00 pm
Fine Arts Gallery


Blurring the boundaries between abstract art and wearable designs, Stacy Scibelli’s Work exemplifies the hybrid approach taken by many artists working in the 21st century. On Wednesday, April 5th from 11:00 – 1:00, Stacy will discuss her work in the gallery and the influences that have shaped her practice. Lunch is provided.