Demonstrations are very popular and give faculty and students the opportunity to showcase a hands-on exhibit or project. Demonstrations are diverse and are scheduled at varying times during SOAR week. Click here for the 2015 Schedule.
Exhibitions are a display of original artwork and can be either a single piece or a collection of artwork. This can include studio art, digital art, films or other displays. Exhibitions will be on display throughout the month of May. Attendees can meet the participants and discuss their work, May 1 from 6:00 - 8:00 pm for First Friday Art Walk and on May 11 from 3:00-5:00 pm for a Meet the Artists event. Both events are held at Hannon Library. For further information refer to the schedule here.
Panels bring together students and/or faculty to present shared research, capstones or community projects. Click here for the 2015 Schedule
Performances allow innovation in multiple areas of artistic expression. Performances can include music, dance, readings, dramatic works and more. Click here for the 2015 Schedule
Presentations can be on research, projects, capstone experiences, or theory development. Presentations are 20 minutes with two scheduled per hour. For further information refer to the schedule here.
A large-format poster is used to graphically present research or other projects in a conference setting. Presenters may be either individuals or groups. The first 100 posters submitted and approved for participation will be printed at no cost to the participant. Meet and talk with the Presenters May 14 from 12:00 – 1:30. Posters will also be on display May 14 from 9:30-11:30 am. For further information refer to the schedule here.
For information on poster composition, formatting, and preparation using PowerPoint, please attend one of the following Drop in Clinics.