The Tuesday Times
The Voice of the Fine Arts, Kinesiology,
Communication & Athletics Division at Foothill College

“With the coming of Spring, I am calm again"
...Gustav Mahler

Tuesday, April 14, 2015, Volume XVIII, Number 24

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The Census is Monday
Welcome to Spring Quarter!  As many of you know, I was out of town last week, thus there was no TT.  The most important issue right now - next Monday, April 20 is the Census.  Please drop any students who have not participated in your class (according to your policies as set forth in your syllabus) prior to submitting the census.  You should drop them sooner, rather than later, as students dropped on Monday will receive a W, counting as one enrollment, which cuts our repeat business.  As always, there will be many students clamoring to be reinstated for various reasons.  Beginning this quarter, I will only sign reinstatements if a) you dropped them by mistake, or b) they can verify their reason in writing - that doesn't mean they write me an email, I will need to see some type of official verification of hospitalization, etc.

This is the last week for late enrollment. 
I won't be signing any late adds after Friday, so if you have given out add codes, be sure to remind the students to use them!  They are not magic - just having one does not mean they are enrolled.  Please check your rosters at every class meeting to be sure all the students attending are enrolled.

The census is one of the most important parts of our job.  It is how the college is reimbursed by the state for our enrollment, and thus, how we all get paid.  If you need any help with your census, please let me know and I will walk you through the process!


Division Meeting Next Friday, April 24
Our Spring Division Meeting will be held Friday, April 24 in 1501, Appreciation Hall from 12PM-1PM.  There are a lot of changes coming up and I need some time to get my own act together as far as presenting the package to you (no, nothing horrible, just changes).  Things, in general, are good, but as always, time marches on, and one thing I have learned after 26 years here is the college is always in a state of change, nothing remains the same forever (except the census and turning in your grades on time).

collective vision posterFoothill College presents Collective Vision:  The Foothill College Photographic Portfolio Exhibition. 
This show features the work of students completing the two quarter Photographic Portfolio/Professional Practices course, which is the capstone sequence for students who are completing their Associate Degree or Certificate in Photography at Foothill College.  The photographs being presented were completed under the direction of Kate Jordahl, Professor of Photography.
Exhibiting Photographers include: Diana K. Arreola, Carla Bohnett, Cathy Cakebread , Sanford Carnahan, Melissa Caudle, Agnes Charrel-Berthillier, Linda Chin, Todd Allen Christner, Celac Colvert, Lisa D’Alessandro, Farimehr Farahmand, Bruce Finocchio, Braulio Gonzalez, Laura Hofstadter, Betty Hsu, Masha Kitaigorodsky, Charlotta Kratz, Richard Kuenne, Rita Lane-Smith, Cambria Lowe, Kamil Madoo, Donovan Hathias, Bill Moy, Nasim Moghadam, Dee Rogers, Angelo Rolando, Tom Schmidt, John Trone, Teri Vershel, and Lucy Zhang.
 
There will be an opening reception on Wednesday, April 15, from 6:00-8:00, where visitors will have the opportunity to interact directly with many of the photographers.  Exhibition runs through June 1.
The exhibit is located on the lower level, KCI Gallery at Foothill College, 12345 El Monte Road, Los Altos Hills, CA 94022. Parking is available in Lot 4 with Disabled parking in Lot 4-B. Parking cost is $3.00 (Quarters, $1 bills, credit card only) The Gallery Hours are Mon-Fri: 8:30 am - 6:30 pm, Sat: 9:00 am - 4:00 pm. KCI is closed Sundays and Holidays.

For more information on the exhibit and the photographers, visit our website at   http://www.fhphotoportfolio.com or contact Kate Jordahl at jordahlkate@foothill.edu

Music Tech Events This Week
Tuesday, April 14, 7 PM Cookie Marenco - High Resolution Audio
Building 1100

Cookie Marenco is an icon in the Bay Area music production scene. With many years of experience in the music industry, her creative and technical skills have touched almost every aspect of the music and audio business. Cookie owns a record label Blue Coast Records and an amazing recording studio called OTR Studios.

Co-facilitated with Music Tech instructor Brice Tambling, we will discuss:
- What is High Resolution Audio and why is it important?
- How can students prepare for successful careers in this field?
- What kind of jobs are available?

Foothill Music Tech student Peter Fox and his son Jenner Fox recorded their album at OTR Studios produced by Cookie called Special Event 36. Available as high resolution downloads, it is being well received by fans and reviews.


Dave Dillulo Drum Circle Workshop
Wednesday, April 15, 7PM
Building 1100
FREE and open to the public.

It's all about the vibration of the drum! This engaging class will include a short lecture, a performance, and an interactive drum
circle. Drums will be provided.

With Music Tech Instructor drummer/percussionist Bruce Tambling, David will talk about and demonstrate the various therapeutic applications of drumming and percussion. The class will begin with a look at the ancient uses of drumming in cultures around the world and continue to the modern applications of drumming including the proven health benefits of group drumming such as Kaiser Hospital's "Rhythms of Wellness" Program. The session will end with a group drum circle where everyone will get to participate. (Absolutely no experience is necessary!)


Gough Performs in Who's Afraid Of Virginia Woolf?
Marital strife has never been so wickedly fun. George (our own Tom Gough) and Martha, a sharp-tongued and dysfunctional couple, invite a new young professor and his wife over for cocktails following a late night faculty party. Over the course of the evening, the unwitting guests are drawn into a tour de force of humiliation, frustration and manipulation that will leave everyone’s cards face-up on the table and a marriage in tatters.
 
Los Altos Stage Company through May 3

http://losaltosstage.org

Got An Item?
Are you competing, performing or exhibiting somewhere? Giving a presentation? I'll be happy to put it in the TT! Items run once, so try to send it to me the week before your event.