SMC Arts: Connecting and Creating
Fall Institutional Day 2008
Thursday, August 21st


Location: SMC Performing Arts Center (Madison Campus), 1310 11th Street, Santa Monica (Santa Monica Blvd. & 11th St.)

Please note: There is no pre-registration except for three special events, listed below. HR will validate your attendance on Institutional Day with the sign-in sheets that will be available.

Overview of the Day

 

7:30-3:30

Shuttle running to and from main campus all day

8-8:30

Coffee/Networking

8:30-10

Opening Ceremony

10-3pm

Benefits Fair

10:15-11:15

Institutional Learning Outcomes Session

10:15-12:30

Disaster Preparedness Training (pre registration required)

10:15-2:45

CPR session (pre registration required)

11:30-12:30

Workshop Options

12:30-1:30

Lunch Provided

 

SMC Parent Network Discussion Group meeting at designated tables

1:45-2:45

Workshop Options

3:00

Raffle and Closing in Broad Stage

3:30

Last shuttles back to main campus

 

 

Special Note: If you plan to attend one of the following sessions, you must RSVP by Tuesday, August 19, 2008.

Information Session for Part-Time Faculty
11:30 AM - 12:30 PM. RSVP to Pat Brown, Ext. 4308 or brown_patricia@smc.edu.

State & Federal Mandated Introductory Emergency Preparedness Training
10:15 AM – 12:30 PM (Madison Campus) or 1:45 PM – 4:00 PM (HSS 104 on the Main Campus). RSVP to Cozetta Wilson, Ext. 4471 or wilson_cozetta@smc.edu.

CPR Training Session
10:15 AM – 2:45 PM. Limited space: pre-registration and payment required. You must RSVP to the Red Cross by calling (310) 394-3773 and specifically mention that you are enrolling in the August 21st “Santa Monica College CPR Course.”

Location: Red Cross of Santa Monica
1450 11th St
Santa Monica, CA 90401
(310) 394-3773
Please contact Tara Dooley

 

 

10:15a.m.   It Takes A Village: The purpose of this Institutional Learning Outcome (ILO) planning session is for your department/unit to reflect on how you contribute in your daily work to students achieving the attitudes and behaviors of ILO #1 and how all of us at SMC can support one another in this endeavor.

Art Dept.

Art Gallery

Business Dept.

Room 200 (share)

Communications

Room 105

CSIS

Room 200 (share)

Counseling

2nd Space Room 107

Earth Sciences

Room 116 (share)

English

Room 103

ESL

Room 210 (share)

History

Room 102 (share)

Life Sciences

Room 116 (share)

Math

Room 104

Modern Languages

Room 210 (share)

Music

Music Media Lab (203)

Physical Sciences

Room 102 (share)

Psychology

Room 114 (share)

Social Sciences

Room 114 (share)

Cosmetology,  Early Childhood Education, Kinesiology/Athletics, Dance, Library, Photo/Fashion

Shaded tables

Staff and Managers

Broad Stage

Health Sciences

Shaded tables

Design Technology

Shaded tables

Theater Arts                             Art Gallery Lobby

                       

10:15- 2:45  (Required pre-registration)

CPR Training Session

Henri Blits

10:15 start MEET RIGHT OUTSIDE OF THEATER AND WALK TO RED CROSS TOGETHER

1450 11th St
Santa Monica, CA 90401
(310) 394-3773

 

10:15-12:30

Federal and Sate Mandated Disaster Preparedness Introduction Training. 
Disaster Preparedness Training addresses SMC and other municipalities' planned response to emergency/disaster situations associated with natural disasters, technological incidents and national security emergencies.
Training Sponsored by Risk Management and SMCPD

Room 115

Session will be offered again from 1:45pm-4pm in HSS 104 on the main campus.

 

 

WORSHOPS SESSION ONE   11:30-12:30

 

Dance Improv- Getting in touch with the artist inside.

Linda Gold Room 102

 

SABBATICALS WORKSHOP- 
The due date for Sabbaticals has been moved up to October 2008 to facilitate instructors to schedule the following academic year 09/10.  With that in mind, get the early scoop on how to apply and get inspired by successful recipients of what they did.

Walter Meyer

Room 104

 

Video Games as Art
"Work from Design Technology's game development program, developed by SMC students"

David Javelosa

Room 105

 

Part-Time Faculty Welcome and Orientation

President Tsang, Senior Staff and others

Second Space- Room 107

 

Romeo and Juliet
It's role in inspiring artworks involving music over the past 400 years.

James Martin

Room 116

 

Seminar on Practicing
Learn how to practice anything.  The piano will be used to demonstrate techniques that apply to any area of your life that requires practice.  This session will take place in the new Roland piano lab.

Nora Chiang

Room 206

 

High School Programs at SMC
Come learn about SMC’s Dual & Concurrent Enrollment programs as well as one of the college’s newest projects, the CAHSEE GRAD (Gaining Readiness & Academic Development) Program.

Regina Jennings, Wendi DeMorst, Maral Hyeler and Ron Furuyama

Room 114

 

Emphasis Santa Monica Exhibit
This exhibit will feature 49 artists who live and work in Santa Monica, from Frank Gehry to Tony Berlant and many other Santa Monica Artists who help define the Los Angeles art world.

Bruria Finkel & Marian Winsryg

Barrett Gallery

 

Chi Gong-Exercises
A hhealthy warm up for everyone. Enjoy this movement class.
Charlotte Holtzerman

Meet outside of the Broad Stage

 

Musical Theatre Goes Global
Enter the surprisingly global world of Musical Theatre.
Sit back and take off to different lands and experience different cultures through a very American art form.

Janie Jones

Broad Stage

 

12:30- 1:30  Lunch provided by the college from D’Amore Pizza!

SMC Parent Network discussion groups available- look for designated tables.

 

WORKSHOPS SESSION TWO  1:45-2:45

SALSA Dance!
Come join in the fun!

Laura Canellias

Room 102

 

Dance Appreciation Panel-
Learn about dance as an art form.

Faculty Panel

Room 103

 

Equal Employment Opportunity Training
Administative regulations require department chairs to hire part-time faculty in accord with federal and state EEO regulations and district policies and procedures. Come to this interactive workshop to learn how part-time faculty are hired.

Pat Brown and Sherri Lee-Lewis

Room 104

 

Best Practices in Teaching "What Makes a Great Teacher? (Part II)  
Join Daniel Cano (English), Gary Fouts (Astronomy), Nancy Hanson (Counseling), and Terry Green (Math) who will discuss the practical side of teaching.
Dan Cano
Room 105

Appreciating Art at Santa Monica College
This talk will focus on the artwork that is part of our campus including the Sam Francis graphic works in the library, the pieces by Tony Berlant in the Eli and Edythe Broad Stage and what is on display in the Pete and Susan Barrett Gallery. Time permitting we will examine some of the works on public display in the surrounding area such as Borofsky’s Clown on Rose Street.

Walter Meyer

Second Space- Room 107

From DocuWeb to Digital StoreFront: Web Print Ordering Made Easy
This workshop is an opportunity for you to learn from industry experts by going step-by-step through the online submission process.  Our panel of faculty pilot testers will be on-hand to answer questions and provide you with feedback on their StoreFront experience.Digital Storefront

Al DeSalles, Brent Williams and Faculty Panel

Room 114

Art and Sustainability
This presentation will explore the relationship between art and sustainability, with a focus on providing information about eco-friendly art supplies and creating art from recycled materials. It will also offer an example of a sustainable art project from SMC art professor Frank Phillips, who hosts an annual Sustainable Ceramics workshop in Costa Rica."

Franklyn Phillips and Radina Valova

Room 115

Boots to Books
Learn about the experiences of students who are coming to school after having served in the military.  We will hear from a few of these students and learn about the challenges they face as they adjust to the college environment.  Programs, on campus and in the community, that are available to assist these veterans will be discussed.

Linda Sinclair and Sandi Burnett

Room 116

"The First Piano Lesson"
Learn key names, scale structure, major chords and one piece!  All this, taking place in the new Roland piano lab!

Rhoda Tuit

Room 206

Emphasis Santa Monica Exhibit 
This exhibit will feature 49 artists who live and work in Santa Monica, from Frank Gehry to Tony Berlant and many other Santa Monica Artists who help define the Los Angeles art world.

Bruria Finkel & Marian Winsryg

Barrett Gallery

 

Behind the Scenes Tour of the Performing Arts Center

Denise Leader Stoeber & David Goodman

Meet in front of the Broad Stage