Monday, February 28, 2011

Exhibition Friday, March 4

Indigo Sky Community Gallery Presents
From the Bellows
Opening Reception: Friday, March 4, 6-9pm
915 Waters Ave, Savannah, GA

Sunday, February 27, 2011

Silver & Ink Portfolio Review Registration Now Open

Pre-registration for Silver & Ink Portfolio Reviews is now open. For a list of reviewers and their bios, click the "Silver & Ink Bios" tab at the top of the page. To download the editable registration form, click the "S&I Portfolio Review Registration" tab. The completed form should be emailed to prior to the registration reservation DEADLINE of 4/15. The schedule will be posted outside Bergen/201 and to the blog on 4/18. Beginning 4/18 at 8:00 am, you may reserve one additional review slot by LEGIBLY writing your name and student email address in the open space.
Scheduling will be based on class rank and the date your reservation is received. Every effort will be made to ensure fairness. Space is limited so get your forms in! Any questions can be directed to

Friday, February 25, 2011

Portfolio Review Opportunity; Preparation for Career Fair

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Critical Mass Book Award Winner

I am very honored to be the winner of the 2010 Critical Mass Book Award! Thanks so much to everyone at SCAD for your continued support of my work.

Thursday, February 24, 2011

Savannah Magazine Internships Available

Photography Interns for Savannah magazine

Savannah magazine captivates and inspires the savvy reader with an engaging, authentic vision of the region’s elegant lifestyle. As the area’s only city magazine, Savannah delivers the witty inside scoop on the city’s creative leadership, natural beauty, fine architecture, soulful culture, rich history and bright future.

Summary of Internship:

Savannah magazine distinguishes itself by featuring a premier level of photography in all its platforms. We are currently seeking photography interns who are passionate about the magazine industry to assist our editorial and art departments in carrying out our mission. The internships will involve conceptual photography, event coverage and administrative work. Photography interns will be tasked with contributing to our Savannah Buzz, Style and Seen sections in addition to Interns will report to the Savannah magazine office for regular feedback, assignments and mentoring sessions. The unpaid internships are available to college students who are eligible to receive college credit for their service as an intern to Savannah magazine.

Knowledge and Skill Requirements:

- must have strong knowledge of photography and possess a strong creative portfolio

- must exhibit command of Adobe Photoshop

- must be able to edit and upload photographs to our website

- must be comfortable working independently on out-of-office assignments

- must be extremely organized, have a strong work ethic and a personable and professional demeanor

- previous event coverage experience is a plus

Additional Information:

Applicants should send resumes, references, samples of work and cover letters to:

David Perkins Exhibition

Spring Quarter Course Options

SFIN 306 Digital Imaging for the Web still has seats available. This is a basic web design course for photographers. The course is an elective. To find the course to register look under Fine Art, (not photography). The course is SFIN 306, offered MW 2-4:30 Bergen Hall 407. Course Description: Students are afforded the opportunity to communicate through the medium of photographs on the Web and obtain skills that have proven productive in the marketplace. Emphasis is placed on acquiring Web design proficiency through appropriate use of software and image editing tools. Image formatting possibilities are investigated, along with aesthetic/functional aspects of site navigation, design, sequence and consistency. Prerequisite(s): CMPA 100.

PHOT 724 Web Design for Photography

Additional course added to the schedule:
PHOT 313 Studio Lighting Technique, Section 3, MW 5-7:30

Wednesday, February 23, 2011

CSA Closing Reception

SCAD Photographers!- Off Campus- Lacoste Bliss!

Hey, I have been Way Slow in promoting this summer’s off campus photo journey to our Lacoste campus in the south of France. Registration is supposed to end on March 4! But I am hoping I can stretch the deadline at least a bit for those interested who need time to think about it all… We have a great combination of classes available (see below), and trips that will extend the experience to Paris and to the Rencontres at Arles, which is a huge Foto Fesitiva with lots of stuff to check out ( To catch you up, we will be having an Interest Meeting in Bergen 207 on March 1 (this coming Tuesday) at 1:30 (the break between classes). I will be there with answers to all questions- come on by- and/or email me at

Classes available:

Phot 115 b&w technique

Phot 326 advanced b&w printmaking

Phot 238 (available according to student need/request)

Phot 219, 319, 475 photo seminars I &II, senior project

Phot 719, 722, 749, 753, 764, 775 photo arts I-V and MA final project

Phot 317 the foreign and the familiar

Phot 736 photographic travelogue

There are also drawing, painting, printmaking and art history classes available-

Thanks for your interest,


Volunteer Event Photographer Needed

Cultivating Savannah Art is looking for volunteers to help with our closing reception on March 11, 2011 including volunteer photographer(s). The photographer(s) would need to provide their own digital SLR and share the rights to the images with Cultivating Savannah Art. We would ask that they be at the event by 5:30 and stay until the event is over around 8:30. Photographer(s) will be recognized at our event. Please contact Brittany at

Exquisite Corpse Charity Exhibition

Mr. Beast presents a charity exhibition Exquisite Corpse
Reception: Thursday, February 24, 7-10 pm
1522 Bull Street, Bull and 32nd

A charity group exhibition featuring collaborative drawings initiated by SCAD visiting artist Michael Scoggins. All proceeds will support the west broad YMCA.

Tuesday, February 22, 2011


deFINE ART 2011 Honoree + Keynote Speaker
Performance Art and its Future
SCAD Atlanta: Thursday, Feb. 24, 7 p.m.
Events Space, fourth floor, Building C
SCAD Savannah: Friday, Feb. 25, 7 p.m.
Trustees Theater

Marina Abramović attended the Academy of Fine Arts in Belgrade, Yugoslavia, during the early 1970s. She pioneered the use of performance as a visual art form. Abramović presented her work at institutions including Museum of Modern Art, New York, New York, 2010; Whitney Museum of American Art, New York, 2004; State Historical Museum, Moscow, Russia, 2004; Contemporary Art Museum, Kumamoto, Japan, 2004; Martin-Gropius-Bau, Berlin, Germany, 2002; and Musée National d’Art Moderne, Centre Pompidou, Paris, France, 1990. She received an Honorary Doctorate from The Art Institute of Chicago in 2004 and earned the 2005-06 Best Exhibition of Time-Based Art award by the Association of Art Critics. Abramović won the Golden Lion for Best Artist at the 1997 Venice Biennale.

Sunday, February 20, 2011

Silver & Ink 2011 Entries Now Open

Don't wait until the end of the quarter to submit your Silver & Ink entries! If you submit early and we identify any problem(s) with your submission, you will be notified and given the opportunity to resubmit. The S&I exhibition is the Photography Department's biggest annual event and it provides students the opportunity to share their talents not only with the SCAD community, but with industry creative professionals and taste makers. From works accepted for the exhibition, we will narrow down to a more select group, and these works will but published in a companion publication of the same name. Each year, copies of Silver & Ink are mailed to gallerists, collectors, curators, critics, art buyers, photo editors, and photographer's representatives. Don't delay, and don't miss out on an amazing opportunity to share and promote your work. Entry guidelines and instructions can be accessed through the page links at the top of the blog page.

Spoke - Call for Entry

Desotorow Gallery announces a call to artists for “Spoked,” an exhibition to be held Mar. 4 - Mar. 15, 2011.

Bicycles have had an immeasurable impact on culture worldwide. The passion they elicit has proven to be a universal presence with numerous subcultures. The bicycle is an object of pure simplicity, yet paradoxically our relationship with this ultimate human-powered machine is infinitely complex. The exhibition Spoked celebrates work that represents bicycles and bicycle culture in its many forms.

The juried exhibition “Spoked” is open to national and international artists of all levels. To be considered, an entry form, entry fee, artist statement and digital images of the artwork should be submitted to Desotorow Gallery by 5pm, Feb. 24, 2011. A $20 submission fee allows for the submission of up to 3 pieces of work. Artists will receive notification of the list of selected pieces through email on Feb. 25.

Further information about submitting work for the exhibition “Spoked,” including a complete list of dates, submission guidelines and forms, can be found at

Any questions about Desotorow Gallery and this exhibition can be addressed by calling

912.355.8204 or emailing

Craig Stevens "Eddas" Opening at Oglethorpe Gallery

Saturday, February 19, 2011

Photography Display Opportunity

Call for Entry

Light Factory

Seeking challenging and inventive new work from photographers and artists throughout the country for an exciting exhibition. The work can include both traditional and non-traditional approaches to photographic imaging. The exhibition will consist of 6 artists, each of whom will be represented by 5-7 images (size permitting). Exhibition Dates are May 31 to September 25, 2011 (Opening reception: Saturday, June 4). Entry fee.

Registration & entry details:

Thursday, February 17, 2011

Teaching Position Available

Michigan State University

The Department of Art & Art History at Michigan State University seeks a creative studio artist whose research and teaching is based primarily in Photo-Imaging, with additional accomplishments in Video. This is an academic year, tenure-system (open rank) or academic specialist appointment (depending on background and experience) commencing August 16, 2011. Salary competitive and commensurate with experience. The successful candidate should be collaborative-minded and committed to promoting contemporary photographic practice as a diverse discipline in which artists make innovative use of various lens-based processes. Applicants should possess knowledge of contemporary theoretical issues and historical trends in both still Photography and Video, be able to address the role of images in an ever changing media landscape. and have an understanding of the applications of Photo media across the broad design/fine-art spectrum. Strong consideration will be given to candidates who work at the intersection of the critical and creative and demonstrate the intellectual capacity and creative ability to serve the next generation of Photo media artists. We seek a faculty member who has a strong commitment to teaching in our vibrant Studio Art Program which emphasizes a diversity of conceptual and technical practices leading to the BA, BFA, and MFA degrees. In addition to Studio Art, the department offers undergraduate degree programs in Art History and Visual Culture, Art Education, Apparel and Textile Design, and a graduate degree program in Studio Art. Serving over 500 majors, the department is home to nearly 50 faculty and staff, including 30 tenure system faculty that are committed to active research agendas and creative practice across a range of art and design fields. In July 2011, our department name will be changed to the “Department of Art, Art History, and Design” to better reflect the diversity of our disciplinary offerings and faculty professional activities. For more information go to This position is also part of a cluster hire for the new technology, culture and creativity initiatives of t he College of Arts and Letters. The ideal candidate will bring enthusiastic willingness to work collaboratively with colleagues in the department and college. For more about the College of Arts and Letters multi- disciplinary initiatives go to: Qualifications: MFA or equivalent professional experience required. Applicants are expected to be professionally active artists whose studio practice demonstrates proficiency in both still and moving images. Commitment to ongoing artistic excellence should be clear as reflected in an established record of achievement which may include exhibitions, commissions, and publications. Successful candidates should possess the expertise to teach a range of photography courses including those that expand the definition of Photo media. Primary teaching responsibilities will include all levels of Photography with additional assignments in video courses in a studio art program that emphasizes a diversity of artistic approaches. Previous teaching experience at the collegiate level is desirable. ALL APPLICATIONS FOR THIS POSITION MUST BE SUBMITTED ELECTRONICALLY AT THE MICHIGAN STATE HUMAN RESOURCES WEB SITE ( Applications should include a letter expressing interest in this position describing qualifications and experience, a current curriculum vitae, a statement of teaching philosophy, sample syllabi (if available), and the names and contact information of three references. In addition, applicants should provide links to an on-line portfolio of recent creative work and student work (if available), and publications (if relevant). Alternatively, if such materials are not available online, hard copy materials (CD/DVD's, videos, publications etc.) should be sent to: Photo-Imaging/Video Search Committee, c/o Thomas Berding, Chair, Department of Art & Art History, Michigan State University, 113 Kresge Art Center, East Lansing, MI 48824-1119. Review of applications will begin February 21, 2011 and continue until position is filled. For more information about the Department of Art & Art History go to Known internationally as a major U.S. public university with global reach, Michigan State University has been advancing knowledge and transforming lives through innovative teaching, research, and outreach for nearly 150 years. MSU is a member of the Association of American Universities, the National Association of State Universities and Land-Grant Colleges, and the Big Ten athletic conference. In 2012, Michigan State University will be home to the new Eli and Edythe Broad Art Museum, designed by world renowned architect Zaha Hadid, which will become a premier venue for modern and contemporary art. MSU is an affirmative action, equal opportunity employer. MSU is committed to achieving excellence through cultural diversity. The university actively encourages applications and/or nominations of women, persons of color, veterans and persons with disabilities.

Dan Saelinger Talk

Join us for a conversation with Dan Saelinger.

Tuesday, February 15, 2011

Hallmark Photo Internship Available

Contact Erin Roebuck at for more info.

B&H Photo/Video Trade Show This Friday 2/18/11

Workshops & Seminars

SCAD DSLR Workshops

SCAD Film Faculty Presenter:
Paul "Bear" Brown
Seminar Title:
DSLR Workshops
Hamilton Hall Room 104 (Studio C)
9am to 10:15am/ 10:30am to 12pm/ 1pm to 2:15pm/ 2:30pm to 4pm
* Sign-up required 20 seats each section*

9am to 10:15am BUILDING YOUR DSLR KIT:

What camera to choose? What Lenses? Do I NEED a monitor? What do you mean I need a CLASS 8 or better? These and many more questions will be discussed in order to help you create a DSLR package that suits you.

10:30am to 12pm DSLR CINEMATOGRAPHY:

This is a hands on workshop where students will be able to test and evaluate their cameras and others using various techniques and equipment, such as a 12-step Greyscale (As seen in the Zacuto Shootout used by the Digerati)

1pm to 2:15pm & 2:30pm to 4pm UNDERSTANDING YOUR DSLR CAMERA:

What is REALLY the difference between Shooting with my DSLR and other HD Cameras? Discussions of Latitiude, Rolling Shutter, Picture Styles and other topics discussed and demonstrated using various DSLR cameras.

Canon (5D & 7D), Olympus, Red Rock follow focus system, Tripods, Lenses (Canon & Nikon)
Hamilton Hall Room 104 (Studio C)

Adobe Workshops
Adobe Presenter:
Sebastian Distefano
Seminar Title:
Adobe Workshops
Adler Hall Room 323
9am to 10:15am/ 10:30am to 12pm/ 1pm to 2:15pm/ 2:30pm to 4pm

9am to 10:15am Native Tapeless Workflows in Production Premium CS5.

You will learn how to avoid time-consuming transcoding of tapeless formats using Premiere Pro
CS5. Also learn how the new 64 bit native Mercury Playback Engine can provide you with realtime editing of content created on RED cameras. This session will cover how to work with Premiere Pro's new tapeless media browser. Also how to work with Adobe's native support for Canon DSLR cameras. It will also cover how Premiere Pro CS5 works with other tapeless media formats like XDCAM HD 50, AVCCAM, DPX, AVC-Intra, JVC ProHD.

10:30am to 12pm Deep Dive into Photoshop CS5 Extended for Photographers, Designers and Video Professionals.

You will learn how to use the new Content-Aware Fill, how complex selections can be made easily with new masking and refinement tools. Learn how to create photorealistic HDR images and use brand new painting effects with the Mixer Brush. New state-of- the-art Camera Raw 6 and learn how Lightroom 3 is tightly integrated with Photoshop
CS5. Finally you will learn how to edit video in Photoshop CS5 Extended.

1pm to 2:15pm & 2:30pm to 4pm From Stills to Motion, using DSLR cameras featuring the Canon 5D.

This session starts with a complete technical overview of the sensor and technology in the Canon 5D Mark II and how it compares to 35 mm film. You will learn how video professionals and photographers use both Photoshop
CS5 and Premiere Pro CS5 to edit stills and videos together. Learn how Dynamic Link can accelerate your rendering pipeline and how the new Adobe Media Encoder can speed up your output. If you are using a DSLR for your next project you don't want to miss this session.

Saturday, February 12, 2011

Whitney Program Call for Entries

For more information and application procedures please see our website:

The Independent Study Program (ISP) consists of three interrelated parts: Studio Program, Curatorial Program, and Critical Studies Program. The ISP provides a setting within which students pursuing art practice, curatorial work, art historical scholarship, and critical writing engage in ongoing discussions and debates that examine the historical, social, and intellectual conditions of artistic production. The program encourages the theoretical and critical study of the practices, institutions, and discourses that constitute the field of culture.

Each year fifteen students are selected to participate in the Studio Program, four in the Curatorial Program and six in the Critical Studies Program. The program begins in early September and concludes at the end of the following May. Many of the participants are enrolled at universities and art schools and receive academic credit for their participation, while others have recently completed their formal studies.

Studio Program
The participants in the Studio Program are engaged in a variety of art practices with an emphasis on installation work, film and video, photography, performance, and various forms of interdisciplinary practice. The program provides studio space and facilities in our loft in downtown Manhattan. The Studio Program exhibition is held in May.

Curatorial Program
Curatorial students collaborate to produce an exhibition. Working closely with the program’s faculty and curators at the Whitney, the students develop proposals for the exhibition. Once a proposal has been approved by the Museum’s curators, the students proceed to select artworks, arrange loans, and design and oversee the installation of the exhibition. The students write essays for and participate in the production of a catalogue accompanying their exhibition.

Critical Studies Program
Critical Studies participants engage in individual scholarly research and critical writing projects through tutorials with a professional art historian, critic, or cultural theorist. The program’s faculty arranges tutorials and provides additional advice and guidance. A symposium is held in May at the Whitney, at which the Critical Studies students present papers.

The faculty of the ISP is available to meet individually with all members of the program to discuss their work or more general practical, theoretical, or historical questions. The program’s regular and visiting faculty members are Ron Clark, Mary Kelly, Benjamin Buchloh, Hal Foster, Laura Mulvey, Isaac Julien, Gregg Bordowitz, Andrea Fraser, Chantal Mouffe, Alex Alberro, Jennifer Gonzalez, Okwui Enwezor and Sarah Lookofsky.

Each week during the year, a professional artist, theorist, or historian conducts a seminar at the program. Members of all three components of the program participate in these seminars, which focus on the work of the seminar leader. In addition, all members of the program participate in a weekly reading seminar in social and cultural theory led by Ron Clark and members of the program’s visiting faculty. This seminar provides an occasion for the group to collectively study and discuss contemporary critical theory. There is a particular emphasis on the methodologies of critical cultural studies and social art history.

Recent Seminar Leaders and Tutors

Vito Acconci
Alex Alberro
Emily Apter
Carol Armstrong
Homi Bhabha
Gregg Bordowitz
Benjamin Buchloh
Matthew Buckingham
Judith Butler
Jonathan Crary
Thomas Crow
Rosalyn Deutsche
Mark Dion
Okwui Enwezor
Harun Farocki
Hal Foster
Andrea Fraser
Coco Fusco
Jennifer González
Isabelle Graw
Renée Green
Hans Haacke
Jenny Holzer
Chrissie Iles
Alfredo Jaar
Gareth James
Isaac Julien
Robin Kelley
Mary Kelly
Silvia Kolbowski
Miwon Kwon
Louise Lawler
Tom McDonough
Kobena Mercer
Chantal Mouffe
Laura Mulvey
Mark Nash
Molly Nesbit
Christiane Paul
Adrian Piper
Yvonne Rainer
Martha Rosler
Andrew Ross
Allan Sekula
Gayatri Spivak
Anthony Vidler
Fred Wilson
Peter Wollen

Support for The Independent Study Program is provided by Margaret Morgan and Wesley Phoa, The Capital Group Charitable Foundation, the Whitney Contemporaries through their annual Art Party benefit, the Easton Foundation, the National Committee of the Whitney Museum of American Art, the Edward and Sally Van Lier Foundation, and an anonymous donor.

Endowment support is provided by Joanne Leonhardt Cassullo, the Dorothea L. Leonhardt Fund of the Communities Foundation of Texas, the Dorothea L. Leonhardt Foundation, the Helena Rubinstein Foundation, and George S. Harris.

The Independent Study Program is an equal opportunity education program. The Program does not discriminate because of age, sex, religion, race, color, national origin, disability, marital status, veteran status, sexual orientation, or any other factor prohibited by law.

Silver & Ink 2011 Entries

Entries for the Silver & Ink 2011 exhibition and publication will be accepted beginning Friday, February 18th. For information click the "Guidelines" tab above. To access the entry form and additional instructions, click the "Entry Form" tab above. Questions should be directed to

Wednesday, February 9, 2011

Itty Bitty Art Show Call

TBA SPACE 1039 CALL FOR ENTRIES: Itty Bitty Art Show (due 03.11.11)

Itty Bitty Art Show
The world is big. Sometimes too big. We are all rushing and bustling about and never get to examine the small things that makes life so great. This is an exhibition of small works. Paintings, photographs, sculpture; you name it. If it’s itty bitty, we want it. Look up close, get personal– the time is now; otherwise you just might miss it.
In order to be considered for the exhibit, you must submit the following:

Entry Form (Download Here)
Entry Fee
Digital Images
Artist Statement

Eligibility: This juried exhibition is open to national and international artists (professional, emerging, and student).
Media/Genre: Open to works of all genres and media.

Two-dimensional Work: No bigger than 10×10 inches (including frame)
Three-dimensional Work: No bigger than 18x18x18 inches

Delivery & Return of Work: All work accepted for the exhibition must arrive ready to install. Work that is not ready to hang or that does not exhibit good craftsmanship may be omitted from the exhibit. Work that differs significantly from its entry image may be disqualified. Work can be hand delivered or shipped. Hand delivered work must be picked up from the gallery by the date specified (see Deadlines).

TBA Space 1039 is not responsible for work left beyond the date specified. Shipped work must be sent in a reusable container with return shipping prepaid. Work should be securely packaged, clearly labeled, and sent with a return shipping label. Work will be returned in the same manner as delivered, or via UPS/USPS.

Accepted work will remain on display for the duration of the exhibition.

Entry Fee: You may submit up to five (5) pieces for a non-refundable entry fee of $20. The entry fee may be paid online or with cash*, check, or money order (checks and money orders should be made payable to TBA Space 1039).
*Please do not send cash payments via mail.

Sale of Work: TBA Space 1039 will not take commission on the sale of artwork. Payment will be made directly to artists.

Images: TBA Space 1039 only accepts digital images for consideration. Images must meet the following specifications:
File Names: Artist’s last name followed by the entry number (i.e. Smith01.jpg, Smith02.jpg)
File Size: Images must be saved in a HIGH QUALITY JPEG format at 72 DPI and no smaller than 1000 pixels in any direction.

Mar 11: Submissions Due by 11:59 CST
Mar 14: Notifications Emailed
Apr 4: Accepted Work Due to Gallery
Apr 8: Opening Reception
Apr 29: Exhibition Closes
May 5: Return of Work Begins (Pick-up/Ship)
May 20: Deadline for the Pick-Up of Work
To Submit via Mail: Please send all materials (via USPS or UPS only) to:

TBA Space 1039
Itty Bitty Art Show
1039 W. Grand Avenue
Chicago, IL 60622

Submit images using a CD/DVD and clearly label it with your full name and contact information. CD/DVDs will not be returned.

To Submit via Email: Email all materials to Include your full name in the subject line along with “Itty Bitty Art Show.”

Marketing: TBA Space 1039 reserves the right to use images of accepted works for promotional purposes. The gallery may request hi-res images of accepted work upon notification.

Liability: TBA Space 1039 will take the utmost care of your work. Insurance will not be provided for any artwork while on TBA Space 1039’s premises. TBA Space 1039 bears no responsibility and is not liable for damage to, theft of, or change in the condition of artwork while on the gallery premises or as a result of participation with the gallery. The gallery is not responsible for any damage occurred during shipping.

By submitting your payment online, 
you consent to all the conditions specified in the above guidelines. 
Incomplete submissions or submissions that do not comply
with the above guidelines will not be considered. Please click the Paypal button on the right hand side of the screen to pay for your submissions.

District Now Hiring

District is now hiring for the 2011-2012 academic year. Open positions are A&E editor, news editor, photo editor, copy editor, video programming director, graphics editor, audio programming director, art director, outreach editor, Web director and District Quarterly editor-in-chief.
Terms begin the first day of spring quarter 2011, and end the last day of spring break 2012. Application materials must be submitted in PDF format to by 11:59 p.m. Feb. 22. Applications and job descriptions available at

Monday, February 7, 2011

John Barduhn Book Signing

John Barduhn is a recent MFA graduate from the photography program. He will be having a book signing on Tuesday, February 15, 7 pm, Churchhill's Pub, 13 W Bay Street.

Wednesday, February 2, 2011

Hallmark Visits SCAD Savannah


Thursday, February 10th, 8:30 - 9:30 pm
Alexander Hall Auditorium 
A sneak peek of Hallmark's latest and greatest 2D, 3D, and interactive products and information about their Creative Summer Internship openings.

Tuesday, February 1, 2011

C-41 Film Run Schedule Change

Film runs scheduled for Friday, February 4th, and Monday February 7th have been rescheduled.

Please Take Note

Friday, Feb. 4th’s run will now take place on Thursday, Feb. 3rd

Monday, Feb. 7th’s run will now take place on Tuesday, Feb. 8th

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