Campus Corkboard- 2/6 – 2/13

Wednesday, Feb 6
Student Juried Reception
12:00p.m.
Fine Arts Gallery
Reception for Student Juried Art Exhibition

Savannah Black Heritage Festival
8 a.m.-10 p.m.
“Celebrating 30 Years of Black History, Culture and Art” is the central theme of the Savannah Black Heritage Festival scheduled for February 1-22, 2019. Cultural education and exposure to the performing and visual arts are offered for all ages and interests
throughout the celebration. Special programs and activities during this festival will serve as tribute to the late Westley W. Law, the founder and former organizer of the Savannah Black Heritage Festival. Included on the schedule are national, regional and local
musicians of many genres, dance performances, a local youth talent showcase, historic tours, visual arts exhibitions by internationally acclaimed and local artists, the W.W. Law Lecture and theatre productions.

A Conversation: Artist Representation
6-7 p.m.
Georgia Coastal Center
A Conversation: Artist Representation: “Navigating professionalism, visibility, and representation.” Led by Susan Laney, owner of Laney Contemporary Fine Art and
Rachel Reese, Curator of Modern and Contemporary Art at Telfair Museums.The goal of
this conversation and discussion is to help inform artists, arts culture workers, and the arts curious about best practices in the visual arts with regards to professionalism in building an art career, organization, or even engagement.

Open Mic Nite
9-11 p.m.
Chuck’s Bar
Come test out your newest material in comedy, music and performance in downtown
Savannah with other performers at Chuck’s Bar.

Thursday, Feb 7
HOLA Lunch n’ Learn
12:15PM to 1:15p.m.
University Hall
Join HOLA for their monthly discussion/presentation as part of Black Heritage Celebration Month.

Excel Basics

6:00p.m.-7:30p.m.
Armstrong Campus
This course offers a fundamental understanding of Microsoft Excel 2016, including basic Excel environment, navigating the worksheet and ribbon, creating and formatting worksheets, entering and editing data, using functions and formulas, controlling the print output, and using basic tables.

Google Docs Essential Training
6:00p.m.-7:30p.m.
Armstrong Campus
This fundamental course for all skill types introduces students
to a web-based document management application for creating and editing word
processing and spreadsheet documents for both individual and real-time collaborative projects. Students will learn the basics of Google Docs, how to work with
text, ways to use review tools, how to use advanced features and how to collaborate in one Google Doc.

Friday, Feb 8
Restorative Retreat
9:00a.m.-12:00p.m.
Compass Point Clubhouse
Join Health Services and the Counseling Center for an event designed to restore your mind- body balance with breathing exercises, meditation, yoga, meditative artwork and more! Pre-registration required

Strategic Planning Town Hall
1:30p.m.-3:00p.m.
Health Professions Academic
Building, 160
Join the Strategic Planning Conversation! The Georgia Southern community is coming
together to develop a new Strategic Plan. Everyone’s voice matters – we want YOU to be part of the process!

Monday, Feb 11
I AM
11:00a.m.-2:00p.m.
Student Union, Table
Inspired by the “I Am A Man” campaign during the Civil Rights Era, Collegiate 100 encourages you to stop by their table to create your own “I Am” sign as a statement of how you see yourself and not what society dictates.

Film Series: “Liyana”
7:00p.m.-9:30p.m.
Ogeechee Theater
Five orphaned children from Swaziland collaborate to craft a collective fairytale drawn from their darkest memories and brightest dreams. Their fictional character, Liyana, is brought to life in innovative animated artwork as she embarks on a perilous quest to rescue her young twin brothers.

Tuesday, Feb 12
Brown Bag: Unnatural Causes: When the Bough Breaks
12:30p.m.-1:30p.m.
The documentary Unnatural Causes is an acclaimed PBS series whose aim is to examine the root causes of health inequities, particularly focused on socio- economic and racial inequities in health, in the United States. During this session, we will view the episode, “When the Bough Breaks”, which discuss the effect of racism on birth outcomes. This
brown bag is hosted by the Office of Multicultural Affairs and the Jiann-Ping Hsu College of Public Health.

Wednesday, Feb 13
Money Talks
11:00a.m.-12:00p.m.
Solms Hall, 108
Have you ever wanted to own your own business? Well now you can start with something as simple as the business of your personal finances. The Money Talk will cover selected aspects of personal banking, budgeting, credit cards, and short term investing.