TAD Talks, an event developed by Bemidji State University students in The School of Technology, Art & Design (The TAD School) is going to be more exciting than ever. Professor Sachel Josefson, lead faculty organizer of TAD talks, said “We have always had great speakers, but I’m really excited about this year’s presenters.” Each presenter has the stage for twelve to fifteen minutes to share his or her ideas. Don’t miss out on this community event!
This yearly event is one that student’s work towards their entire time in the TAD program. As a graduation requirement, all seniors have the opportunity to present their professional portfolios to leaders in their industries from across the country. This is a great experience for the seniors and prepares them for their jobs after college.
Bemidji State University has partnered with community investors on a multi-year project to design, build and, eventually, sell a “tiny house.”
Cailey Birchem, a senior at Bemidji State University studying exhibit design, graphic design and studio arts has won the 2019 EXHIBITOR Media Group Student Achievement Award.
The Midwinter Interlude is a yearly gallery event held in the Ramsey Gallery at Bemidji State University. Starting back in 2010, this year marks the 10th anniversary. This gallery showcases artwork and projects that BSU faculty and staff have done in their spare time.
A group of TAD students and professors made their way down to the cities on Monday to meet with two companies. This was a big deal for the students that attended, it helped prepare them for the upcoming Vegas trip and taught them more about the exhibit industry.
TAD students and professors will be heading to Vegas February 24-28 to experience EXHIBITORLIVE 2019.
Classes in the School of Technology, Art and Design started up again on January 14th. There are many things happening this spring and we can’t wait to share them with you.
Bemidji State University senior, William Owens, will host an art show in Bridgeman Hall’s Gallery X from Nov. 26-30.
The TAD Design Guild take annual trips in the fall and spring semesters, such as Chicago and Las Vegas in the past years.