November 10, 2009

Application Deadline: December 17, 2009

Each fall, Flashpoint, a Cultural Development Corporation (CuDC) project, distributes Requests for Proposals for its programs. Artists interested in exhibiting their work at the Flashpoint Gallery in the 2010–11 season can download the RFP. The RFP includes information about the program, guidelines and an application form. The deadline for the Gallery RFP is December 17, 2009.

Designer/Front-end Web Developer

November 10, 2009

Designer/Front-end Web Developer
Industry: Marketing/Communications
Level: Junior Designer/Designer
Location: Washington, DC
Poccuo is a young, award winning design firm looking to add a creative and motivated individual who will
assist with print and web design work in a fast-paced, collaborative environment. Because we’re a small shop,
the right candidate will need to be a “jack of all trades,” be willing to contribute to projects big or small, be able

What is disability? An International Call for Postcards

November 9, 2009

Dear Students:

Next week, Stephanie Moore from VSA Arts, a local art organization, will be visiting to my Humanities I "Perspectives on Disability" classes to discuss an exciting upcoming art project. She will be in classroom 14C at 10:15 a.m. and classroom 14A at 3:15p.m. at the Downtown campus on Monday, November 16. All are invited to attend while she discusses their project What is disability? An International Call for Postcards.. She has worked previously with other members of the Corcoran community, and is excited to be visiting next week!

Seeking Undergraduate Participants for Student Focus Group

November 6, 2009

Dear Students,

We are currently looking for undergraduate students who would be willing to participate in a student focus group on student satisfaction and retention. The focus group will take place on Tuesday, November 17th at 2 p.m. at the Downtown campus. We would like to have students from all class levels and all majors participate. Each student will receive a $5 Potbelly gift card as a thank you from the Office of Student Affairs.