fang quai 2007
The Fang Quai Awards were tonight, CADRE's night of glamour with Rachel Beth Egenhofer and Joel Slayton as your tag-team emcees. Fang Quai 2007 was hosted by the Anno Domini Gallery (you guys rock!). Featured also was the video work by the 105 crowd.
The night included many important announcements. Rachel Engenhofer announced that she has decided to pursue a residency in the UK. Also Joel announced that Sarah Lowe's chandelier will be hung in the Clark Library Building!
The big moment is here, the grand unveiling of the 2007 Fang Quai trophy by yours truly.
This year Fang Quai is a modular sculptural piece designed by me and manufactured by the Lego Corporation. DIY Fun is the name of the game! The award comes in a custom designed box with all the pieces to construct the artifact; also, you receive a disk with all the tools you need to complete your creation. The disk includes the Lego Digital Designer software, browser compatible instructions, and a video tutorial. The Fang Quai 2007 is also now part of the Lego Creations Gallery a collection of Lego designs from enthusiasts from around the world.
Tuesday, May 08, 2007
the semester winds down and the tables get turned, the students did SOTES today. This is where they evaluate me for the department. it was a rather odd feeling, kinda like I was the carefree student for a change.
Posted by Thomas Asmuth at 12:48 AM
Saturday, May 05, 2007
My year 1400 personality.
Cuteness a friend pointed me toward. The link at the bottom will take you to the test if you're interested in your alternate personality.
You are of the intellectual breed and yet you are also very interested in war. You are of the aristocracy and head the cavalry a safe distance from the carnage of the front lines. You believe in defeating your enemy with not only might, but also wit.
My test tracked 4 variables How you compared to other people your age and gender:
|Link: The Who Would You Be in 1400 AD Test written by KnightlyKnave|