Students will have an opportunity to meet representatives from schools and universities from around the globe at this annual fair organized by leading educational consultancy Integral Edu d.o.o and part of Southeastern Europe’s largest network of recruitment events including Bulgaria, Romania, Croatia, Slovenia, Albania and Serbia.
Additionally, campus workshops and seminars will take place. On Thursday from 11am-12:30pm Corgan principal and design director Chuck Armstrong will give a lecture entitled “Designing for the Future,” taking place in GOL 2.110. Portfolio reviews with Mr. Armstrong can also take place that afternoon if requested.
Balloonopolis and Sandscapes exhibits offer plenty of entertainment, while Cowtown features old-timey creameries where you can help prepare milk and learn about making butter, ice cream and cheese. A musical theater and puppetry troupe will roam the fairgrounds while FOLKFabulous features numerous hands-on art activities to explore. Don’t miss Kachunga & The Alligator either! He wrangles live alligators using just his hands!
The NY Art Book Fair returns with its ever-expanding variety of exhibitors, from zinesters in (XE)ROX & PAPER + SCISSORS to rare and antiquarian dealers specializing in out-of-print books and ephemera in the Small Press Dome to rare and antiquarian dealers offering out-of-print books and ephemera in (XE)ROX & PAPER + SCISSORS to rare and antiquarian dealers selling rare out-of-print books in (XE)ROX & PAPER + SCISSORS), rare books & ephemera in MoMA PS1, as well as two days of conversations about emerging practices & issues within art-book culture! Don’t forget the rides & food! College students get free entry on Saturday 14/15 while FFA members/seniorse get in free on Tuesday 17th with membership card while kids 4 or under get in free every day!