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  • Studio Art Scholarships — Opportunities — Art — Carthage College
    Saturday Feb 9 2013 Saturday Feb 16 2013 Saturday Feb 23 2013 Saturday March 2 2013 The results of all Studio Art Portfolio reviews will be included in applicants financial aid packages developed in March by the Office of Financial Aid To make an appointment for a portfolio review please contact Karen Peters administrative assistant to the Division of Fine Arts kpeters carthage edu or 262 551 5859 Many students have their portfolio reviewed when they are on campus for the Presidential Scholarship competition on one of the four dates listed above Portfolios must be reviewed by Feb 28 2011 to be considered as part of the financial aid package Students applying for an Art Scholarship at Carthage College are asked to present a portfolio of their artwork for an in person review The portfolio will consist of 15 art pieces in a variety of media You are asked to bring a digital copy of the works on a CD with jpg image files in addition to the actual works on the day of your portfolio review You will take the works themselves home after the review but will leave the CD for review by the entire Art Department faculty The CD should include a text document with information about each piece in your portfolio title date medium size The following suggestions will help you in the selection of your work Have an art teacher or mentor help you to choose your best and most representative works This work should represent a mature approach to applying basic art principals The portfolio should demonstrate the breadth of accomplishment in different media such as drawing painting printmaking photography clay metal wood etc It is recommended that the portfolio include the variety of media that the applicant has studied Works that are too

    Original URL path: http://community.carthage.edu/art/opportunities/scholarships/ (2013-06-13)
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  • Auditions & Scholarships — Music Theatre & Opera — Carthage College
    consideration for scholarships Students who intend to focus on opera must audition for the music faculty for acceptance into the Bachelor of Arts in Music Emphasis in Vocal Performance Students are asked to prepare two contrasting pieces memorized as well as demonstrate sight reading and aural skills A music literacy exam is also part of the audition process Kristin Taggart and Aileen Farrell in Sunday in the Park with George 2010 Students who intend to focus on music theatre must audition for both the Music and Theatre departments for acceptance into the Bachelor of Arts in Music Theatre For the music audition students are asked to prepare two full length memorized pieces of contrasting nature either style genre or tempo Additionally students will be asked to demonstrate sight reading and aural skills A music literacy exam is also part of the audition process For the theatre audition students are asked to prepare two short monologues each no longer than two minutes An interview with the theatre faculty is also part of the process Additionally a dance placement audition is required of all Music Theatre candidates Students accepted into the Music Theatre and Opera Program are eligible to compete for music

    Original URL path: http://community.carthage.edu/music-theatre/auditions-scholarships/ (2013-06-13)
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  • Scholarships — Theatre — Carthage College
    Martin McClendon Chair Theatre Department Assistant Professor of Theatre mmcclendon carthage edu 1 800 351 4058 ext 2131 Audition Information Where to go on the day of the audition Auditions are held in the David Straz Building on the north end of Campus Drive Please arrive at least 15 minutes prior to your audition interview to fill out a registration form Registration will take place just outside of the Wartburg Auditorium and students will be led to the Studio Theatre for the audition interview Click here for a campus map Theatre Performance Major Minor Students are required to Perform two contrasting monologues Each monologue should be timed no less than one minute and no more than two minutes Additional monologues may be requested Complete an interview with faculty from the Theatre Department Please bring a copy of your theatre related resume and two letters of recommendation A headshot is not required but helpful Technical Theatre Production Design Major Students are required to Bring samples of their work indicating their accomplishments Examples could include A portfolio of artwork plans or pictures in paper or digital form Prompt books and other stage management materials Prop or costume pieces you built or designed Set models cue sheets light plots or CDs of sound design work Please bring a copy of your theatre related resume and two letters of recommendation Suggestions and Recommendations for your Audition Give a clear introduction state your name and the titles of your two pieces are from Perform facing straight ahead Pick a focus point just over the heads of your audience or at a slight angle facing them Select pieces that are close to your age range and physical type Your pieces must come from published plays Do not use your own writing movies TV forensics or speech

    Original URL path: http://community.carthage.edu/theatre/scholarships/ (2013-06-13)
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  • Dance Scholarships — Dance — Carthage College
    maintaining satisfactory academic progress and Theatre Department service work each semester Awards are contingent upon the applicant s acceptance as a Carthage student and enrollment as a dance minor in the upcoming academic year Scholarship candidates must submit a completed application resume two letters of recommendation and participate in one of the Scholarship Placement Auditions Deadlines To reserve a place at one of the auditions please submit application materials prior to your selected audition date to Stacy Pottinger Director of Dance Minor Theatre Department Carthage College 2001 Alford Park Drive Kenosha WI 53140 Electronic confirmation will be sent upon receipt of application materials 2013 Audition Dates Scholarship Placement Auditions will take place in TARC 2235 from 2 30 to 4 p m on the following dates Saturday Feb 9 application deadline Feb 4 Saturday Feb 23 application deadline Feb 18 For more information on what to expect at the Scholarship Placement Audition please visit the Scholarship Placement Audition page Students will receive notification regarding scholarship status in mid to late March All Theatre Department scholarships complement most other merit based scholarships up to full tuition value Total Carthage scholarship awards do not exceed full tuition For more information on other

    Original URL path: http://community.carthage.edu/dance/scholarships/ (2013-06-13)
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  • Signature — Apply Online — Admissions — Carthage College
    Your application is successfully submitted We ll contact you promptly if we discover errors Your application is NOT complete until you send this signature page along with transc ripts to Office of Admissions Carthage College 2001 Alford Park Drive Kenosha Wisconsin 53140 1994 262 551 6000 or 800 351 4058 Fax 262 551 5762 I certify that the information submitted by application online is true and complete to the best of my knowledge Falsification of information on this application could jeopardize ac ceptance and enrollment I authorize any schools or college I have previously attended to release personal and academic information to Carthage Further I agree that my college grades may be used for statistical studies or sent to my high school or junior college for evaluation purposes Signature Name printed Date Phone Pass this signature sheet on to your school so that they can mail us transcript class rank and ACT SAT scores Attending school name From month year To month year Name that appears on your records please print Social Security Number VIDEO Arriving at Carthage Carthage students talk about their first days at Carthage Moving into the residence halls saying goodbye to their parents getting involved and

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  • Student Organizations Master List — Clubs and Organizations — Campus Life — Carthage College
    Guild Catholics at Carthage Centrique Art Literary Magazine The Chamber Orchestra Chemistry Club Chi Omega Chi O Chinese Club Circle K Service Projects Colleges Against Cancer Computer Science Club Court of Nobility Medieval Re enactment Club Cumbya Carthage Undergrads Making Big Youth Activities The Current Student Newspaper back to top D Debate Team Delta Omega Nu Dons Delta Sigma Theta Delta Upsilon DU Draft Graphic Design Club The Driftwood Yearbook back to top E Eta Sigma Phi Theta Omicron Latin and Greek back to top F Finance and Investment Club French Club back to top G Gamma Nu Sigma Neuroscience Gender Equality Alliance Realized GEAR German Club Geography Club Gospel Messengers Non Auditioning Choir back to top H Habitat for Humanity Hall Council Residence Hall Council Honors Council Service Projects Social Activities back to top I Iluzion Hip Hop Dance Team Interfraternity Council IFC International Friendship Society Invisible Children Protection Rehabilitation of Children InterVarsity Christian Fellowship back to top J Japanese Club The Jazz Band Jazz n Show Choir back to top K Kappa Pi Art Kappa Phi Eta K Phi The Kenosha Symphony back to top L Lambda Kappa Music Lambda Pi Eta Communication and Digital Media Latin Belly Dancing Club Latinos Unidos Hispanic Culture The Lincoln Chamber Singers back to top M Mathematics Club Maximum Capacity Male A Capella Meditation Club Merely Players Improvisational Comedy Model United Nations International Politics back to top N NAACP NAfME National Association for Music Education NRHH National Residence Hall Honorary back to top O Obbligato Club Music Composition Omicron Delta Epsilon Economics Fraternity Omicron Delta Kappa Leadership ONE back to top P Pals and Partners Helping At Risk Children Panhellenic Council Oversees Sororities Phi Alpha Social Work Phi Alpha Delta Pre Law Fraternity Phi Alpha Theta History Phi Kappa Sigma Skulls Phi

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  • Campus Publications and Media — Clubs and Organizations — Campus Life — Carthage College
    graphic design club on campus run by designers for designers Founded in 2008 the organization is for communication and design students who want to expand their knowledge develop their portfolios network and share ideas This friendly environment encourages personal growth and development in students looking to gain further experience outside of the classroom Student Contact Jenna Apple Advisor Prof Laura Huaracha The Current The Current is Carthage s student run weekly newspaper It gives students the opportunity to develop as reporters photographers graphic designers and business managers Open to students of all majors The Current encourages individual initiative and involvement Student Contact Kendra Koeppen Advisor Prof Leonard Schulze www carthagecurrent com The Driftwood The Driftwood is Carthage s yearbook The all student staff works throughout the school year to preserve the memories of Carthage traditions and achievements Students learn about Carthage and work together to develop themes layouts and other areas from concept to publication Student Contact Joe Schwabe Advisor Steve Janiak The WAVE The WAVE is Carthage s student run radio station Staff negotiate with the music industry and artist agents develop advertising and promotional campaigns and provide in studio and on air DJ training Any students interested in

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  • Departmental Clubs — Clubs and Organizations — Campus Life — Carthage College
    to spread awareness of geography Members do not need to be geography majors they need only have an interest in learning about geography The club meets weekly Activities include camping and geocaching trips excursions to geographical points of interest such as Grand Canyon National Park Chicago and Milwaukee and community service activities like Passport to Science and Carthage Family Fun Night The Geography Club also organizes events to commemorate Geography Awareness Week including demonstrations and GPS treasure hunting for GIS Day Student Contact Shelby Smith Advisor Prof Matt Zorn Facebook group Mathematics Club The Mathematics Club at Carthage is an academic club associated with the College s Mathematics Department Club members attend conferences host philanthropic events get involved on campus and more All are welcome to join the Math Club from the brightest math majors to those looking to meet a bright math major to get help with math homework Student Contact Joe Carrothers Advisor Prof Erik Tou Society of Physics Students The Society of Physics Students SPS is a professional association designed for students The Carthage chapter of SPS is open to all students interested in physics The chapter is very active on campus and in the community holding outreach events on and off campus including Carthage Family Fun Nights astronomy shows for area children in Carthage s planetarium and movie nights for SPS members Carthage SPS helps organize two annual picnics with the Natural Science Division including a Physics vs Chemistry Softball Match Other activities include outings to the nearby Fermilab and Yerkes Observatory and participation in regional and national conferences SPS also provides opportunities to learn about careers and research opportunities and meet with top scientists in physics Student Contact Danielle Weiland Advisor Prof Brian Schwartz Physics student organizations Modern Languages Chinese Club Chinese Club meets every few weeks to enjoy Chinese culture practice Chinese and help each other with homework Each year club members visit Chicago s Chinatown to enjoy authentic Chinese food and practice Chinese with natives Chinese Club members also learn about pop culture in China study ancient culture and learn about holidays like Spring Festival and National Day The club is currently exploring volunteer opportunities teaching Chinese to local second graders Student Contact Brennan Reynolds Advisor Jinny Lourigan French Club French Club is dedicated to furthering understanding of French culture and language and instilling a sense of camaraderie within the Modern Languages Department The organization aims to strengthen the French program by promoting academic progress in a way that is active hands on and enjoyable Student Contact Meghan Johns Advisor Prof Pascal Rollet German Club German Club meets weekly to enrich the lives of students with the rich heritage of Germany as well as educate each other on German culture and tradition By taking trips to German themed locations such as Christkindlmarket in Chicago and Oktoberfest in Milwaukee students gain a better understanding of the important role that Germany had played in the past and will play in the future Students are not

    Original URL path: http://community.carthage.edu/campus-life/clubs/departmental/ (2013-06-13)
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