(compiled by Karen Sutton, Mgr. Student Activities)
All students are invited to attend an off-campus gathering at the Pour House,
BAC goes to Paris
There will be an information session on the BAC’s study abroad program to
On any given year this small program forms a one-room schoolhouse of graduates and undergraduates from all degree programs who may be engaged in intermediate or advanced architecture studios, humanities, history and visual studies electives, and sketch problems of their choosing. The common denominator is an emphasis on the use of the sketchbook as the repository for all work, a record of impressions and inspirations, and a springboard for the development of ideas. Even an entire studio project can be held in a strong sketchbook. Students return to
Departure from the
Includes:• Round trip airfare on a group flight
• Metro pass
• Museum pass
• Guided visits to major sites in
Tappé Fontainebleau Prize 2009
As part of the Paris presentation, Information will be available about the 2009 Tappé Fontainebleau Prize, which will help one student attend the Fontainebleau Architecture Program (July 5-August 2 2009), www.fontainebleauschools.org
For more information, please contact:
Please be advised that the deadline to add or drop courses is approaching. This Friday, February 6th is the final date for Add/Drop submission. Registrar office business hours on Fridays are 9:00 am to 5:00 pm. For questions, please contact: firstname.lastname@example.org or 617.585.0135. For other calendar information, please find the BAC Institutional Calendar here: http://www.the-bac.edu/x45.xml
The LoftArt Project is pleased to announce a faculty art exhibition on Friday, February 13, 2009. Come to the second floor
Your work could be the next LoftArt exhibit! Show us what you do outside of class. Check-out the LOFTART PROJECT on Facebook.
Lost & Found Items Available
The Security Desk at
An Informational Session for students interested in applying for the John Worthington Ames Scholarship will take place on Monday, February 23rd at 6 PM in the First Floor Meeting Room at
Mr. Goba will discuss in detail:
- Students must have entered Segment III prior to the Spring 2009 semester.
- Students must have attended the BAC for at least six semesters.
- Students must not have applied for this scholarship twice before.
How to Apply:
- Submit an essay of 500 words maximum (double spaced) outlining your proposed use of the funds, travel itinerary and how you feel this use will further your professional, academic and personal goals. The essay must include your name, address, and contact information. Please note whether this is your first or second time submitting for this award on your essay.
- Submit a hard copy of your portfolio (electronic copies will not be accepted). Portfolios are limited to the standard presentation size of either 8 ½ x 11” or 11 x 17”. No oversized portfolios will be reviewed.
The John Worthington Ames Scholarship was established in 1955 by Mrs. John Worthington Ames in memory of her husband, a distinguished
Deadline to submit application materials is 6 PM on Monday, March 9, 2009.
Please place your application materials in a large envelope marked to the attention of
If you have any questions, please contact
The BAC Wood Shop (in the basement of
For all-student emails, please feel free to contact :: karen sutton, manager of student activities, email@example.com | 617.585.0269