Posting Date: January 11, 2010
10 New Year's Resolutions for COTA Alumni
Maybe you graduated last month and you're worried you might lose touch with your classmates. Maybe you graduated 30 years ago and you feel disconnected from your old school. Or, maybe you're somewhere in between. No matter when you last visited campus, here are a few ideas to help you reconnect, have a little fun and, perhaps make a difference.
Aaron Blowers (TPS, 2002), Jessie Blowers (current
student), Meryl Henry and Robert Henry (music
performance, 1999) at the 2009 KSU
Photo by Cheryl Anderson Brown
Join the KSU Arts Alumni group on Facebook.
KSU Community & Alumni Choir in performance
Photo by Linda Tincher
10. Attend the College of the Arts Alumni Reception, "The Art of Business/The Business of Art," 5:30-7:30 p.m., Feb. 15 at the KSU Alumni House. E-mail email@example.com or call 770-499-3214 for more details
9. Brag about accomplishments, performances, exhibitions, commissions and news to firstname.lastname@example.org. We'll share your good news with your old classmates, professors and the world through our social media, on our website and in Flourish.
7. See a concert in the Premiere Series showcasing the finest performers of our time like the Lionel Loueke Trio and Cantus Visit the Bailey Center site for more details. Call the box office at 770-423-6650 to ask about alumni discounts.
6. Share your voice with the KSU Community & Alumni Choir: no audition required!
5. Learn other people's secrets by visiting the “PostSecret” exhibition, Feb. 4-March 27. View Frank Warre's collection of highly personal and artfully decorated postcards illustrating the soulful secrets never voiced.
4. Experience the new Black Box Theater: get tickets for “Bat Boy the Musical,” Jan. 26-31, before they sell out!
3. Connect with the faculty by attending a faculty recital or the Faculty & Staff Exhibition. Check the events calendar to see what's coming up.
2. Update your information on the Kennesaw Alumni Artists Website.
1. Make a contribution to the College of the Arts or your favorite arts program at KSU; even $10 can make a difference.