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“Life Beyond SOAC” – first School of Arts and Communication ‘Career Fair’ is April 15

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Life Beyond SOAC, An evening of alumni & professional panel discussions and networking opportunities for careers in Art & Design, Communication, Music and Theatre, Open to all majors
April 7, 2015

Career Connections and the School of Art & Design and Communication are partnering to provide alumni, students and faculty opportunities to connect. The evening will include three career panels comprised of alumni & professionals working in Art & Design, Communication, Theatre, and Music – followed by a networking reception with food and beverages.

This is a great opportunity for students, panelists and faculty to meet one another and exchange information. Students should dress in business casual.

Arts & Design and Communication Panel

5:30PM – 6:15PM – Studio Theater, Karen Hille Phillips Center for the Performing Arts

  • Holly Dunning ‘11, UX Designer, Jackson Fish Market
  • Jeremy Mangan ‘98, Artist, www.jeremymangan.com
  • Kelly McLaughlin ‘14, Ceramics/ Sculpture Artist
  • Lisa Patterson ‘98, Editor, South Sound Magazine
  • Christy Pelland ‘05, Artist/Owner, Sweet Betty Jean & c. pelland photography
  • Kari Plog, Reporter ‘11, The News Tribune
  • Jim Walker ‘76, Founder & Chief Creative Officer, jimwalkerseattle

Theatre and Music Panel

5:30PM – 6:15PM – Ness Family Lobby, Karen Hille Phillips Center for the Performing Arts

  • Aaron Jacobs ‘00, Actor/Consultant
  • Micah Haven ‘09, Director of Bands, Meeker Middle School, Tacoma School District
  • Judy Herrington, Lower School Music Director, Charles Wright Academy, Founder, Artistic Director & Conductor, Tacoma Youth Chorus
  • Katie Skovholt ‘06, Manager Director, Seattle ProMusica

Business & Career Management Panel

6:30PM – 7:15PM – Studio Theater, Karen Hille Phillips Center for the Performing Arts

  • Louis Hobson ‘98, Actor/Producer, Co-Founder Indie Theatrical
  • Aaron Jacobs ‘00, Actor/Consultant
  • Jeremy Mangan ‘98, Artist, www.jeremymangan.com
  • Lisa Patterson ‘98, Editor, South Sound Magazine • Katie Skovholt ‘10, Managing Director, Seattle ProMusic
  • Jim Walker ‘76, Founder & Chief Creative Officer, jimwalkerseattle

Student and Panelists Meet & Greet

7:30PM – 8:30PM – First Floor Lobby, Karen Hille Phillips Center for the Performing Arts