The votes have been tallied and the results are in! Following are the people who will be the ASA Executive Board for 2013/14. The Treasurer and Secretary position are still open. If you are interested in participating, please email us at email@example.com.
Hey ASA, we have to postpone the first day of election speeches to April 30th instead of during the April 23rd Tuesday General Meeting. During U-Hour of Tuesday April 23rd, Professor Ray Kampf is going to be at the Millard Sheets Gallery where Poly-Kroma will be taking place. If you are interested in seeing what the space is like and would like to become more involved with Poly-Kroma, take a chance to visit. ASA is responsible for volunteers for Poly-Kroma and invite all ASA members are encouraged to participate in this amazing end of the year bash!
The Address for the Millard Sheets Gallery:
1101 W Mckinley Ave
Pomona Ca, 91768
We apologize for any inconvience this may cause. If you have questions or concerns about either Elections or Poly-Kroma, email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Hello everybody, following are the nominees who have accpted and are running for the positions they were nominated for. Also added are certain write-ins who were not initially nominated but have expressed a desire to run for that position. For any questions visit the Elections 2013 page. Email email@example.com for any other coments or concerns.
The Environmental department is having a Career Fair and Mixer all day on Thursday, April 25th! Be sure to come out and meet different potential employers while communing with fellow ENV students. The ENV Mixer = BBQ, Student Work Exhbit, and speed mentoring!
|10:00 AM – 2:00 PM||ENV Career Fair (Open booth for all ENV Students)|
|2:00 PM – 2:15 PM||Break (Stay at BSC)|
|2:15 PM – 4:15 PM||Interviews (BSC URSA Major)|
|4:30 PM – 6:00 PM||BBQ Dinner before ENV Mixer/Break-down/Loading (BLDG 7)|
|5:00 PM – 8:00 PM||ENV Mixer (BLDG 7, ENV College building)|
It’s that time again! The art supply exchange is back. By now most of you know what you will and will not need for the rest of the quarter. Bring your unwanted art materials, whether that be paper, pencils, paints, or anyother goodies, get rid of what you don’t need and help yourself save some money!
The exchange is on Thursday, April 18th, in Building 13 Room 2243 from 7PM to 9PM
Here are the following nominations organized by position for the ASA 2013/2014 Officer Board. These nominations have not yet been accepted or declined and an updated list will be posted after the Tuesday General Meeting on April 16 has established who the final nominations are. For more information on the election process please visit the Election 2013 page. If you were not nominated for a postion and wish to be considered or know of someone who would fit a particular role well, please email firstname.lastname@example.org and we will add them to the list.
Well gang, it is that time of year! We’re gearing up for the ASA officer elections and we are very excited to see the results! Following is the process of election and the dates for when each part will be taking place! More details will be given at the April 9 Tuesday Meeting.
Schedule of Events
Nomination Process April 9, 2013
Any member may nominate either another member or a student from the Art Department to run for an officer position. Officers will open each position for nomination one at a time. Members will raise their hands and take turns nominating people for each position. All nominations must be seconded by another member in order to be accepted. Members may not nominate themselves — but they can ask someone prior to the meeting to nominate them. Once the Nomination Process is completed, all nominees will be given one week to think about whether to accept or decline their nominations. During this time all nominees are encouraged to speak with current or past officers to learn more about the positions they have been nominated for.
Accept/Decline Process April 16, 2013
All nominees are expected to be present at this meeting in order to either accept or decline their nomination. If a nominee cannot be present at the meeting, he/she must send a proxy in their place to accept or decline. If no proxy is present, then it will be assumed that the nominee declines their nomination. Only one nomination per person can be accepted. Once the Accept/Decline Process is completed, a list of candidates for each position will be posted. Candidates for cabinet positions will have one week to prepare their speech and candidates for executive positions will have two weeks to prepare their speech.
Speeches Part One April 23, 2013
All candidates for ENV Rep, Webmaster, and Media Manager will give their speeches in that order. Speeches must be no longer than 2 minutes long. Once the speeches for one position have all been given, the current position holder will ask two questions to all the candidates for the position. Answers to each question must be no longer than 1 minute. Voting will take place once speeches and Q&A sessions for all positions have ended.
Speeches Part Two April 30, 2013
All candidates for Secretary, Treasurer, Vice President and President will give their speeches in that order. Speeches must be no longer than 2 minutes long. Once the speeches for one position have all been given, the current position holder will ask two questions to all the candidates for the position. Answers to each question must be no longer than 1 minute. Voting will take place once speeches and Q&A sessions for all positions have ended.
Rules and Regulations for the Election Process
- Only students with at least one year experience as an ASA member (current or past) may run for any ASA Officer position.
- Members who are interested in running for a position but were not nominated can become a write-in candidate on the day of speeches for that particular position. All write-in candidates will reveal themselves at the beginning of the meeting before speeches are given.
- Non-members must be nominated by a current member in order to run for a position; they cannot be written in.
- If any candidate runs unopposed, then at least 50% of the ballots must be in favor of that candidate. If not, the President will appoint a new candidate that must be approved 2/3 of the elected officers.
- Only members of the current year can receive ballots to vote.
Once a month we pick an art student to be in our Artist Spotlight. Their portrait will be displayed here along with contact info, a small blurb about themselves, and a few of their best pieces.
This month’s winner is Jennifer Nguyen!
Visit the Artist Spotlight page to read more about Jennifer and see a preview of some of her incredible works!
EDIT: Competition has been extended to March 16th now.
The banner image of a website is one of the key elements needed to introduce a website to a user. It keeps the overall theme of the website cohesive and it’s something memorable that a user can take away from the website. As you can see, our current website banner image for our website is very boring. As artists, it really doesn’t do justice to how creative and fun ASA can be. So we’re opening up the design to you, the members!
Hey everybody, we’ve come up with a tentative schedule for the Spring Break trip to San Francisco! Follow this link to read all about the events and other details of the trip.
Some important info:
When: Monday, March 25 – Thursday, March 28
Cost: $60.00 – This includes hotel, transportation, admission to any museum, school, or company
we visit. This does not include food or extra activities or things you want to buy.
Who: Only ASA members may attend this event, no exceptions. This event is strictly FIRST COME, FIRST SERVE. If you do not provide the $60 and necessary forms, you will not be added to the list of attendees.