It’s the end of another semester! Grade rolls for Winter 2017 are available the last day of class, Wednesday, April 19th. The grade submission deadline is Thursday, May 4th at 12 noon.
Faculty Meetings Schedule
No faculty meetings at this time
April 21-26: FINALS WEEK
April 27: Annual seminar for adjunct faculty, 9 am-1 pm
April 28: TMA Convocation, 8am in the de Jong, click here for more information.
May 17-20: 2017 Writer’s Conference at BYU Timpanogos Lodge
Theatre Forum Schedule: Theatre Forums will resume in the fall.
Media Arts Forum Schedule: Media Arts Forums will resume in the fall.
Mask Club Schedule: Mask Club will resume in the fall.
Faculty Funding Deadlines
No TMA applications due in the near future.
For more information about faculty funding and deadlines, please visit cfac.byu.edu/college/college-funding/.
Mask Club: ONE DARK NIGHT
Taylor Stroupe is producing a Theater for Young Audience’s show called One Dark Night about a boy and his shadow. The story will be told through a combination of puppetry, shadows, and animated projections. Both actors and technical designers are needed. We will begin production meetings near the start of spring term and auditions will be held on May 15th. Times will be posted on the call board 2 weeks before.
Mask Club: THE MIRACLE WORKER
Directed by Christine Detweiler
Audition: September 7 and 8 (First week of classes)
Signup times will be posted on the Nelke call board September 5 (first day of classes).
Callbacks: September 9
Cold reads will be provided. You may bring a prepared one minute dramatic monologue but it is not required. Please prepare a brief pantomime.
Especially in search of individuals with ASL experience, but not required
Performing: October 19th, 2017
Please contact Christine Detweiler with any questions at firstname.lastname@example.org or 703-868-1403.
For non-departmental auditions, see auditions in the area.
Faculty Center’s Annual Seminar for Adjunct Faculty, Thursday, April 27
9am Plenary Why am I Teaching at BYU? – Atrium auditorium
10am Classes Rms 210-230
11am Classes Rms 210-230
12 noon Lunch 2nd and 1st floor atriums
12:30 Education in Zion tour (optional)
Classes include Why am I Teaching at BYU, Creating a Learning Centered Syllabus, Understanding the SCOT program, Supporting Female Students in the STEM Disciplines, Spiritually Strengthening and Intellectually Enlarging?, The Flipped Classroom, and an Education in Zion tour.
The seminar is being held on the second floor of the Tanner Building, including the auditorium and classes 210, 220 and 230. We start at 9am and end at 1pm. Boxed lunches will be available for all registered participants. Details can be found on the registration document as well as the adjunct website.
Registration available here.
The 2017 Writers Conference will take place May 17-20. Organized by Tom and Courtney Russell, students and alumni will join Media Arts faculty and special guests at the Timpanogos Lodge at Sundance for screenings, presentations, and discussions on writing for film, TV, and media. Click the link above for details.