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»K-12 Art Club (Spring 2015)

March 02, 2015 1:30 PM

Art clubs during the school year are for all ages. Please register online at jcsm.auburn.edu/programs, or by using the Eventbrite app. Activities begin at 1:30 p.m., and the club is an open studio format, so you may use the full time allotted or leave when you finish your project. K-12 Art Clubs are funded by a City of Auburn K-12 Arts Education Outreach Grant. JAN. 11: STILL-LIFE SCULPTURES After taking a look at Still Life with Papayas and Clementines by Beth Lipman in our permanent collection, well create sculptural still-life compositions with unusual materials. FEB. 8: METAL DRAWING Using metal-tipped drawing implements and prepared surfaces, well make delicate, detailed drawings, just like Victor Koulbak. MARCH 15: KEEP ON TRUCKIN Expressionist paintings of trucks by John Himmelfarb will give us some ideas on how to paint various vehicles. Dont go down the road feeling bad when you could be a sugar magnolia at JCSM. APRIL 12 SPRING WINDMILLS Connecting to the Common Book Program on campus, The Boy Who Harnessed the Wind, well construct our own windmills.

901 South College Street
Auburn, AL 36832

»Third Thursday Poetry Series (Spring)

March 02, 2015 7:00 PM

JCSM partners with the Third Thursday Poetry Series for an evening of jazz, food, and art. As the name suggests, guests are welcome to come and enjoy extended gallery hours and readings by selected poets on the third Thursday of each month at 7 p.m. The Museum Café is open from 5 to 8 p.m. for tapas service. The jazz trio, Cullars Improvisational Rotation, opens for the readings with a shorter set from 6 to 7 p.m. This program has been made possible by grants from the Alabama State Council on the Arts and the National Endowment for the Arts. JAN. 15: KYES STEVENS Kyes Stevens is a poet, small-time farmer/gardener and founder and director of the Alabama Prison Arts + Education Project in the College of Liberal Arts at Auburn University. She earned a MA and MFA at Sarah Lawrence College. Her poems have appeared in several journals, including the Blue Collar Review and Poetry Southeast. FEB. 19: JERICHO BROWN Jericho Brown is on the faculty at Emory University, where he teaches poetry. Brown is the recipient of the Whiting Writers Award and fellowships from the National Endowment for the Arts, the Radcliffe Institute at Harvard University, the Bread Loaf Writers Conference, and the Krakow Poetry Seminar in Poland. His poems have appeared in journals and anthologies including The American Poetry Review, The Believer, jubilat, Oxford American, Ploughshares, A Public Space, Tin House, and 100 Best African American Poems. His first book, PLEASE, won the American Book Award. MAR. 19: JOANIE MACKOWSKI Joanie Mackowskis collections of poems are The Zoo and View from a Temporary Window. She received a Bachelor of Arts from Wesleyan University, was Stegner Fellow in Poetry at Stanford University, and received a PhD from the University of Missouri. A professor at Cornell University, she has worked as a French translator, a journalist in the San Francisco Bay Area, and a juggler. She is the winner of the 2003 Kate Tufts Discovery award and the 2008 Writer Magazine/Emily Dickinson award. APR. 16: CHRISTINA STODDARD Christina Stoddard is the author of Hive, winner of the Brittingham Prize in Poetry and forthcoming in 2015 from the University of Wisconsin Press. Her poems have appeared in various journals including Tupelo Quarterly, DIAGRAM, and Spoon River Poetry Review. Originally from Tacoma, Washington, Stoddard received her MFA from the University of North Carolina at Greensboro, where she was the Fred Chappell Fellow. She is a contributing editor at Cave Wall, and in 2014 she joined the staff of Tupelo Quarterly as an associate editor. She is the managing editor of an economics and decision theory journal. MAY 21: NICK NORWOOD Nick Norwood is the author of the poetry collections The Soft Blare and A Palace for the Heart and the fine press book Wrestle, which he produced in collaboration with the artist and master printer Erika Adams. His poems have appeared widely in such journals as Western Humanities Review, Southwest Review, Paris Review, Wallace Stevens Journal, and others. He teaches at Columbus State University.

901 South College Street
Auburn, AL 36832

»Jay Sanders Film Series: John Pomeroy, Animator

March 03, 2015 7:00 PM

JAY SANDERS FILM SERIES: JOHN POMEROY, ANIMATOR Each year, the Jay Sanders Film Series brings a film professional to campus to screen her or his work and guide students in the artistry and industry of filmmaking. The 2015 guest filmmaker for the Jay Sanders Film Series will be John Pomeroy, an animator who has worked on many popular animated features, including The Rescuers, Pocahontas, Curious George, The Simpsons Movie, and Planes. The Jay Sanders Film Festival was founded in 1998 to honor the late Professor Emeritus Jay Sanders, who initiated film studies at Auburn University in the mid-1950s. The inauguration of the series occurred in 2013, when organizers added networking opportunities for students in the filmmaking classes to the film screenings. The filmmaker visit is sponsored by the School of Communication and Journalism and JCSM.

901 South College Street
Auburn, AL 36832

»Jr. Beginner Tennis - March

March 04, 2015 1:30 PM

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Columbus, GA 31907

»Columbus Cottonmouths

March 05, 2015 7:30 PM

Nicknamed the Snakes, the Columbus Cottonmouths is a professional ice hockey team from Columbus, Georgia. Founded in 1996, the team competes in the Southern Professional Hockey and plays its home games at the Columbus Civic Center.

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Columbus, GA 31901

»Live Jazz At The Jcsm

March 05, 2015

901 South College Street
Auburn, AL 36832

»Home-school Junior Beginner Tennis - March

March 06, 2015 11:00 AM

4816 Milgen Road
Columbus, GA 31907

»Peachtree Entertainment Presents: Frank Foster W/ Sam Grayson

March 06, 2015 9:30 PM

103 North College Street
Auburn, AL 36830

»Xavier Musketeers At Auburn Tigers Baseball

March 06, 2015 6:00 PM

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Auburn, AL 36849

»Columbus Cottonmouths

March 07, 2015 7:30 PM

Nicknamed the Snakes, the Columbus Cottonmouths is a professional ice hockey team from Columbus, Georgia. Founded in 1996, the team competes in the Southern Professional Hockey and plays its home games at the Columbus Civic Center.

400 4th Street
Columbus, GA 31901

»Auburn Tigers

March 07, 2015 1:00 PM

Auburn University is a public university based out of Auburn, Alabama that was chartered onFebruary7th, 1856. The Tigers are the name of the various sports teams that compete for the university in the Southeastern Conference of the NCAA Division I. Though Auburn plays host to quintessential sports teams such as basketball, baseball and football, the school's swimming and diving teams have distinguished themselvesmultipletimes over, winning national titles and building a reputation as one of the moreformidableswim and diveorganizationsin the country.

Auburn University
Auburn, AL 36849

»The Lost Bird Project: Film Screenings and Artist Talk

March 08, 2015 2:00 PM

In conjunction with the year-long exhibition, The Lost Bird Project, JCSM will screen a documentary film of the same name on Sunday, March 8 and Sunday, March 15. Both screenings begin at 2 p.m.  On Thursday, March 19 at 5 p.m., sculptor Todd McGrain will discuss his work during an artist talk.  About The Lost Bird Project Martha, the last known Passenger Pigeon, died on September 1, 1914 at the Cincinnati Zoo. The Heath Hen was last seen on Marthas Vineyard in 1932. The last pair of Great Auks was killed on an island near Iceland in 1844. The last known wild Carolina Parakeet was killed in Okeechobee County, Florida in 1904, and the species was officially declared extinct in 1939. It is believed the last Labrador Duck was seen at Elmira, New York in December of 1878. All five of these birds are immortalized in bronze by sculptor Todd McGrain as part of The Lost Bird Project, which will be featured for a year on the museums lawn beginning March 20, 2015. The arrival of this outdoor sculpture exhibition at JCSM was inspired in part by the museums Louise Hauss and David Brent Miller Audubon Collection, as well as the museums ongoing program to provide our audiences with the unique art experience of engaging large scale sculpture in a natural setting. Recipient of the Guggenheim Memorial Fellowship, McGrain has worked as an artist for more than 25 years, and devoted himself to this project for more than a decade. McGrain has permanent sculpture installations at the Memorial Art Gallery, Rochester, New York; St. Paul Sculpture Park, St. Paul, Minnesota; Kissimmee Prairie Preserve, Okeechobee, Florida; Brand Park, Elmira, New York; Grange Audubon Center, Columbus, Ohio; Kohler Art Center, Sheboygan, Wisconsin; Museum Civico Zoologia, Rome, Italy.

901 South College Street
Auburn, AL 36832
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