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StarScapes 2017

StarScapes: Innovation & Creativity Showcase
Spring Semester StarScapes | April 18 and 19, 2018

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StarScapes is a student showcase of creative, imaginative, and interesting work. Presentations include projects produced for LCC classes, as well as work developed through students' own independent study and research. StarScapes is an opportunity for students to share research, capstone presentations, honors option projects, or other work with the LCC community.

All students or groups of students are invited to participate in StarScapes with the support of a faculty sponsor. Students regularly present material from such fields as art, music, technology, fashion, anthropology, science, and engineering, in the form of live demonstrations, sculpture, film, poetry readings, sketches, mini-seminars, and poster presentations. Over a hundred students participate in StarScapes every semester.

Where possible, posters will be available for viewing throughout Wednesday and Thursday. Films and other digital projects will be presented on a rotating basis. Live talks and demonstrations will be given a scheduled time slot.

Presentations Schedule

Wednesday, April 18

10-12pm
Conference Center

Presentations in the Grand River Room of the Conference Center

Kevin Bologna. Alcoholics Anonymous.
Greg Brown. Mood Disorders in the Arts - An Anthropological Study.
Kaitlin Chamberlin. Genital Herpes: Spreading Through Stigma.
Erin Gamber. Cross Cultural Comparison How Terminally Ill are Treated.
Mitchell Gum. Breast Cancer and Culture.
Jake Kennan. Depression and Role Conflict.
Tiffany Rosebohm. Disability :One Size Does Not Fit All.
Tristian Walker. Eugenics.

Demonstration on the Gannon Highway

Aaliyah Haqqi. Henna Tattoos.

12-2pm
South Commons & Conference Center

Presentations in the Grand River Room of the Conference Center

Destini Evans, Daniela Echiveste, Fangzhou Xu, Jordan O’Guinn, Chris Mengelsohn, Namlinghang Limbu. Ethnographic Presentations.

Demonstrations in the South Commons

James Powelson. Drift Trike.
Mitchell Marrs, Jonathan Sanchez, Timothy Hamilton, Akash Pawar. Hand Crank Generator.
Judah Pemble, Le Nguyen, Jenny Lam, Robert Klimek. Jacob’s Ladder.
Andrew Tran, Robert Caldwell, Gabriel Pavlika, George Andraous. Simple AM Radio.
Nathan Joseph, Andrew Fuge, Daniel Hawkins, Titus Merriam. Behold the Tesal Coil.
Drew Smith, Glen Sible, Dezmond Brooks. Simple Magnetic Train.

2-4pm
Gannon Commons & Conference Center

Art Display

Arts 132 Figure Drawing Class. 'Cafe' Drawing in the Commons.

Presentations in the Grand River Room of the Conference Center

Sara Devaney, Alexis Clemmons, Kayla Henry, Edward Heldt, Kyle Haggard, Maria McCarthy and Liam Lynch. Community Generated Poem, THEA 143 Stage Voice Class.
Almerisa Dzananovic, Stephonz Flamand, Nick Petrucci. African American Social Groups.
David De Koninck, Robin Cupples. Schnitzel and Spatzel.

Demonstrations in the South Commons

Maureen McCallum. West Campus Roll a Ball.
Laura Shears. Unit Circle Roll-a-Ball Game.

Demonstration on the Gannon Highway

Aaliyah Haqqi. Henna Tattoos.

3pm
South Commons

Demonstrations in the South Commons

Hip Hop Club. Dance Performance.

4-5pm
Conference Center

Presentations in the Grand River Room of the Conference Center

HIST 150 Class. Creative Resistance - Connecting the Harlem Renaissance to Modern America.

Thursday, April 19

10-12pm
Gannon Commons

Art Display

Lucas Rakieten. Unclad Iron Metal Sculptures.

12-2pm
Gannon Commons & Conference Center

Art Display

Lucas Rakieten. Unclad Iron Metal Sculptures.

Presentations in the Grand River Room of the Conference Center

Emma Bostwick. Anthropology/Sociology Club Cultural Appropriation.

Demonstrations in the South Commons

Hip Hop Club. Dance Performance.
Emmanuel Bangura. Expression: A Freestyle Performance.

2-4pm
South Commons & Conference Center

Presentations in the Grand River Room of the Conference Center

Community Generated Poem. ENGL 201 class.
Islam Amir. Correlation between Coffee and Heart Rate.
Annmarie Kowalczyk. R.E.L.A.T.E.: 6 Tips for Sign Language Students.

Demonstration in the South Commons

Math and Computer Science Club. SPACE PYTHON INVADERS! Game Demonstration.

Come and be inspired!

If you have questions or need additional information, please contact starscapes@lcc.edu.

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For Additional Information
Contact: Jeff Janowick
Phone: (517) 483-1023 or

Contact: Tom Donaldson
Phone: (517) 483-1921

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