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The Temple OfSolom

By Regina Spektor Merseyside Staff

DATE only blocks dressed at the quarry were used, and no hammer, chisel or any other iron tool was heard at the temple site while it was being built. The entrance to the lowest floor was on the south side of the temple; a stairway led up to the middle level and from there to the third. So he built the temple and completed it, roofing it with beams and cedar planks. 10 And he built the side rooms all along the temple. The height of each was five cubits, and they were

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attached to the temple by beams of cedar. The word of the LORD came to Solomon: “As for this temple you are building, if you follow my decrees, carry out my regulations and keep all my commands and obey them, I will fulfill through you the promise I gave to David your father. And I will live among the Israelites and will not abandon my people Israel.” So Solomon built the temple and completed it. He lined its interior walls with cedar boards, paneling

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n the four hundred and eightieth year after the Israelites had come out of Egypt, in the fourth year of Solomon’s reign over Israel, in the month of Ziv, the second month, he began to build the temple of the LORD. The temple that King Solomon built for the LORD was sixty cubits long, twenty wide and thirty high. The portico at the front of the main hall of the temple extended the width of the temple, that is twenty

cubits, and projected ten cubits from the front of the temple. He made narrow clerestory windows in the temple. Against the walls of the main hall and inner sanctuary he built a structure around the building, in which there were side rooms. The lowest floor was five cubits wide, the middle floor six cubits and the third floor seven. He made offset ledges around the outside of the temple so that nothing would be inserted into the temple walls. In building the temple,


Table of Contents Section One: Coursework Pages 3-14

Section Two: St. David’s Pages 15-24

Section Three: UT Division of Recreational Sports Pages 25-40


designs I produced in my Visual Design class.

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Creamfields Festival line-up announced!

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World Museum Liverpool

By Regina Spektor Merseyside Staff

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art. This theand inner design sanctuary. as In the rooms of the temple with inner sanctuaryincludes he made news gold. section a pair of cherubim of olive For the entrance of the media layouts, posters, wood, each ten cubits inner sanctuary he made high. OneCD wingcover of the first doors of olive wood with and re-designs. page 38 cherub was five cubits five-sided jambs. And on long, and the other wing the two olive wood doors Good Golly! Two women dance to “Good Golly Miss Molly,” after being five cubits—ten cubits he carved cherubim, palm selected from the audience to join Little Richard on stage. from wing tip to wing tip. trees and open flowers,Sure likes to ball: (right) during the last song Little Richard had his assistant choose one The second cherub also and overlaid the cherubim last audience member to dance on stage measured ten cubits, for and palm trees with beaten with his band., “make it a pretty one” he shouted. the two cherubim were gold. (bottom right corner) Saxophonist Clarence Ford, takes a solo on “Tutti Frutti.” The song is identical in size and shape. In the same way he ranked #34 on Rolling Stone’s top 500 songs The height of each cherub made four-sided jambsof all time, and #1 on Mojo Music’s list of 100 was ten cubits. He placed of olive wood for the songs that changed the world. the cherubim inside the entrance to the main innermost room of the hall. He also made two temple, with their wings pine doors, each having spread out. The wing of two leaves that turned Coursework one cherub touched one in sockets. He carved

cubits, and projected ten cubits from the front of the temple. He made narrow clerestory windows in the temple. Against the walls of the main hall and inner sanctuary he built a structure around the building, in which there were side rooms. The lowest floor was five cubits wide, the middle floor six cubits and the third floor seven. He made offset ledges around the outside of the temple so that nothing would be inserted into the temple walls. In building the temple,

only blocks dressed at the quarry were used, and no hammer, chisel or any other iron tool was heard at the temple site while it was being built. The entrance to the lowest floor was on the south side of the temple; a stairway led up to the middle level and from there to the third. So he built the temple and completed it, roofing it with beams and cedar planks. 10 And he built the side rooms all along the temple. The height of each was five cubits, and they were

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Coursework 5. Merseyside Magazine Cover 6. Merseyside Magazine Table of Contents 7. Merseyside Magazine Double Page Spread 1 9. Merseyside Magazine Double Page Spread 2 11. Daily Texan Newspaper Photo Page 12. Imagine Peace Poster 13. Aya CD Cover Re-Design 14. Rocky Votolato CD Cover Re-Design

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Cover: This is a mock magazine that I conceptualized and designed for class. Had it been published it would have been an arts and music magazine serving the greater Merseyside April/May/£5

piece was to learn how

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to effectively convey

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specific information the magazine) while still executing a workable cover design.

Landscape A4 paper.

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Creamfields Festival line-up announced!

April/May/£5

Merseyside

area. The goal of this

(such as stories within

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Merseyside Magazine

‘Simply Red: Unplugged’ the softer side of punk

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A Day In The Life

profile of an artist

Esperanza Spalding, Oregon born bassist has become the latest craze in jazz music. Spalding, who is partially Welsh, has already performed with living Peyroux graces Liverpool Philharmonic Hall Singer Madeleine Peyroux makes her only UK tour stop at Liverpool Philharmonic Hall this month.

legends like Natalie Cole, and Little

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Avenue Q opens next weekend in Wirral.

Knowsley Playhouse hosts renowned improv troupe “Just for Laughs” in May.

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St. Helens Theatre fire destroys props, stage,

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and costumes.

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the Wales Millennium Centre on her UK Tour. Berklee’s youngest

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Blues on the Rock returns to Fort Perch Rock this month.

the whole story.

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Summer pops Festival line-up in the works.

art goes green (from cover) Bluecoat Art Centre presents “Junkshop Revolution,” a collaborative exhibit of renewable, recycled, or found objects re-purposed in innovative ways. Participating artists include: Min-Ji Cho (top left), Stella Corrall (top right), Rachel Kelly (bottom left), and many others.

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of contents for the

World of Glass- St. Helens brings “Trees and Things” from April to May.

“Imagine” rings out from Liverpool Cathedral as part of Futuresonic Festival in May.

her way to the top, and

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Creamfields line-up finalized along with venues and vendors.

professor of music is on

Table of Contents: This

Yoko Ono brings her famous wish tree to live in John’s former home in Liverpool.

Review: “Fashion V Sport” exhibit opens at Walker Art Gallery.

Richard, and will soon make a stop off at

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DEPARTMENTS

IN THIS ISSUE

Merseyside Magazine

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on the cover:

Mick Hucknall, lead singer of the Post-Punk sensation Simply Red, discusses his first acoustic album, and the band’s appearance at Liverpool’s Summer Pops Festival in July. photo: Ben Hamish

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that matched the feel and design aesthetic of the cover, while clearly and coherently communicating a large amount of information to

Merseyside is a bimonthly entertainment magazine serving the Merseyside area including Knowsley, Liverpool, Sefton, St. Helens, and Wirral. For more information or to subscribe please visit www.merseyside.co.uk. Merseyside is a trademark of Vallejo Publications, Liverpool.

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Double Page Spread 1: The assignment here was to create two

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double page spreads that fit in with the style of the magazine, and to make both pages and both spreads work

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together as one design. The assignement also

By Regina Spektor Merseyside Staff

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required using text from the Bible as our body copy, and creating a scenario that would make the text relevant to the magazine. Landscape A4 paper.

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The Temple

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n the four hundred and eightieth year after the Israelites had come out of Egypt, in the fourth year of Solomon’s reign over Israel, in the month of Ziv, the second month, he began to build the temple of the LORD. The temple that King Solomon built for the LORD was sixty cubits long, twenty wide and thirty high. The portico at the front of the main hall of the temple extended the width of the temple, that is twenty

cubits, and projected ten cubits from the front of the temple. He made narrow clerestory windows in the temple. Against the walls of the main hall and inner sanctuary he built a structure around the building, in which there were side rooms. The lowest floor was five cubits wide, the middle floor six cubits and the third floor seven. He made offset ledges around the outside of the temple so that nothing would be inserted into the temple walls. In building the temple,

only blocks dressed at the quarry were used, and no hammer, chisel or any other iron tool was heard at the temple site while it was being built. The entrance to the lowest floor was on the south side of the temple; a stairway led up to the middle level and from there to the third. So he built the temple and completed it, roofing it with beams and cedar planks. 10 And he built the side rooms all along the temple. The height of each was five cubits, and they were


Double Page Spread 1: The text in these spreads is from First Kings,

Chapter Six

OfSolomon

chapter six. To play off the text I let the headline set up the scenario that the World Museum in Liverpool would be

Shows Biblical Artifacts attached to the temple by beams of cedar. The word of the LORD came to Solomon: “As for this temple you are building, if you follow my decrees, carry out my regulations and keep all my commands and obey them, I will fulfill through you the promise I gave to David your father. And I will live among the Israelites and will not abandon my people Israel.� So Solomon built the temple and completed it. He lined its interior walls with cedar boards, paneling

them from the floor of the temple to the ceiling, and covered the floor of the temple with planks of pine. He partitioned off twenty cubits at the rear of the temple with cedar boards from floor to ceiling to form within the temple an inner sanctuary, the Most Holy Place. The main hall in front of this room was forty cubits long. The inside of the temple was cedar, carved with gourds and open flowers. Everything was cedar; no stone was to be seen. He prepared the inner

showing Biblical artifacts relevant to this text.

sanctuary within the temple to set the ark of the covenant of the LORD there. The inner sanctuary was twenty cubits long, twenty wide and twenty high. He overlaid the inside with pure gold, and he also overlaid the altar of cedar. Solomon covered the inside of the temple with pure gold, and he extended gold chains across the front of the inner sanctuary, which was overlaid with gold. So he overlaid the whole interior with gold. He also overlaid with gold the altar that belonged to

Landscape A4 paper.

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Double Page Spread 2: On this second spread I placed the text on the outside perimeter so that the photos would be the focus, and so that they would mirror the photos of the double doors from the first spread. I kept the same yellow feathered box from the first spread, and continued to use the font “Mistral” for the drop caps. Landscape A4 paper.

the inner sanctuary. In the inner sanctuary he made a pair of cherubim of olive wood, each ten cubits high. One wing of the first cherub was five cubits long, and the other wing five cubits—ten cubits from wing tip to wing tip. The second cherub also measured ten cubits, for the two cherubim were identical in size and shape. The height of each cherub was ten cubits. He placed the cherubim inside the innermost room of the temple, with their wings spread out. The wing of one cherub touched one wall, while the wing of the other touched the other wall, and their wings touched each other in the middle of the room. He overlaid the cherubim with gold. On the walls all around the temple, in both the inner and outer rooms, he carved cherubim, palm trees and open flowers. He also covered the floors of both the inner and outer

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rooms of the temple with gold. For the entrance of the inner sanctuary he made doors of olive wood with five-sided jambs. And on the two olive wood doors he carved cherubim, palm trees and open flowers, and overlaid the cherubim and palm trees with beaten gold. In the same way he made four-sided jambs of olive wood for the entrance to the main hall. He also made two pine doors, each having two leaves that turned in sockets. He carved cherubim, palm trees and open flowers on them and overlaid them with gold hammered evenly over the carvings. And he built the inner courtyard of three courses of dressed stone and one course of trimmed cedar beams. The foundation of the temple of the LORD was laid in the fourth year, in the month of Ziv. In the


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When all the work King Solomon had done for the temple of the LORD was finished, he brought in the things his father David had dedicated and he placed them in the treasuries of the LORD’S temple. 1 Kings 7:51

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eleventh year in the month of Bul, the eighth month, the temple was finished in all its details according to its specifications. He spent seven years building it.

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ing Solomon sent to Tyre and brought Huram, whose mother was a widow from the tribe of Naphtali and whose father was a man of Tyre and a craftsman in bronze. Huram was highly skilled and experienced in all kinds of bronze work. He came to King Solomon and did all the work assigned to him.He cast two bronze pillars, each eighteen cubits high and twelve cubits around, by line. He also made two capitals of cast bronze to

set on the tops of the pillars; each capital was five cubits high. A network of interwoven chains festooned the capitals on top of the pillars, seven for each capital. He made pomegranates in two rows encircling each network to decorate the capitals on top of the pillars. He did the same for each capital. The capitals on top of the pillars in the portico were in the shape of lilies, four cubits high. On the capitals of both pillars, above the bowl-shaped part next to the network, were the two hundred pomegranates in rows all around. He erected the pillars at the portico of the temple. The pillar to the south he named Jakin and the one to the north Boaz. The capitals on top were in the shape of lilies. And so the work on the pillars was completed.He made the Sea of cast metal measuring ten cubits rim to rim. Merseyside

picture of the temple all the way across the fold. I then balanced the two sides with photos and a pull quote. All of the body copy is Helvetica Neue, and the display font is Mistral. Landscape A4 paper.

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Life and Arts Photo Page: Here the emphasis was

Life&Arts Editor: Regina Spektor Email: regina@mail.utexas.edu Phone: 512.555.5555 www.dailytexanonline.com

Thursday, March 12, 2009

LIFE &ARTS The Daily Texan

B Volume 1 Issue 1 Page 3

on creating a newspaper photo page with a visual hierarchy and active edges. The challenge was to create a story through the photos themselves,

Good Golly! Two women dance to “Good Golly Miss Molly,” after being selected from the audience to join Little Richard on stage. Sure likes to ball: (right) during the last song Little Richard had his assistant choose one last audience member to dance on stage with his band., “make it a pretty one” he

and have white space

shouted. (bottom right corner) Saxophonist Clarence Ford, takes a solo on “Tutti Frutti.” The song is ranked #34 on Rolling Stone’s top 500 songs

that gave the design

of all time, and #1 on Mojo Music’s list of 100 songs that changed the world.

Little Richard Headlines 40 Acres Fest: Little Richard tells the audience he has just turned 75 but is “still beautiful.” 40 Acres Fest, a Music and Entertainment Committee production was sponsored by the Texas Union and took place MArch 24, 2007.

more interest. I chose to use photos that I took of a Little Richard concert. 11x17 paper.

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Rock Legends Collide: (above) Little Richard dons gold studded boots that were custom

Rockin’ and a Rollin’: The bassist, who Little

made for him by the shoe maker for the 1970s rock sensation KISS.

Richard introdced as his eldest son, takes a solo

Whole Lotta Shakin’Goin’ On all photos by Regina Spektor

on the chart topper “Long Tall Sally.”

Rock Legend Hits High Note With Students at 40 Acres Fest By Regina SpektoR Daily Texan Staff

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Cause Poster: This is a poster promoting imaginepeace.com. The assignment was to create a poster that promoted a cause we cared about.

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To mirror the cover of John Lennon’s “Imagine” album, I chose the cloud background and fitted a message with it. Landscape 11x17 paper.

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Strange Flower CD Cover Re-Design: This

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is a re-design for the album “Strange Flower� by the artist Aya. The assignment was to create a new look for the album as if the original had never existed. However, I have included the original cover art in the bottom left corner of the page. 5x5 inch CD cover.

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Suicide Medicine CD

rocky votolato

Cover Re-Design: This piece is also a CD cover re-design, but this time for Rocky

suicide medicine

Votolato’s album “Suicide Medicine.” The original is shown in the bottom right corner of the page. 5x5 inch CD cover.

Rachel Vallejo TA: Tara Haelle Lab: Mon 5-7 Project 2: CD Cover Design Artist: Rocky Votolato Album: Suicide Medicine

Original CD Cover

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food and coffee, November 22 needles, yarn and The following pieces experienced knitters are from myDecember time at 20 to help new knitters

from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m.

your help! The scarves will be blessed at a service in November and distributed by the Trinity Center.

in Transfiguration C the HOUSE ON TAP St. David’s Episcopal

get started.

Church, where I worked

Los Amigos is a ministry serving fourth, fifth, and sixth graders. This vibrant group build as the summer design friendship, worship, service, formation and loads of fun activities! Los Amigos ty through intern. My work there from 5:30 – 7:00 p.m. Planned activities vary monthly. Check the latest Looking Ahead f included posters, schedule. For more information, contact Susan Goodman, Children’s Ministry Coordinat Sponsored By The Young Adults Ministry brochures, logos, and susan.g@stdave.org or 610-3523 other marketing pieces both in-house and to

in Austin, Texas. The St.

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the community at large

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ning of Soulful Music Celebrate the DATE t a August 28 7:00 p.m. I Cathy Boyd is old enough to remember use of the steeple logo, many folk classics from when they were new. A life-long performer, the round ended cross, she discovered the coffeehouse/singer-songwriter scene in college and the use of their Everyone is welcome! and has been hooked ever since. signature light blue and

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Young Adults Ministry Transfiguration on Tap Poster Young Adults Ministry U2Charist Poster The Forum Brochure: Outside The Forum Brochure: Inside

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Outreach Ministry Music in the House Ads Outreach Ministry Music in the House Poster Children’s Ministry Children’s Ministry Team Logos Children’s Ministry Los Amigos Poster

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Transfiguration on Tap

Transfiguration

Poster: St. David’s has a

ON TAP

program called “Theology on Tap” in which the young adults gather at a bar or restaurant to discuss theology. In honor of the Feast of the Transfiguration, they hosted an event called “Transfiguration on Tap,” for which I designed this poster using a classic painting of the Biblical event, with a modern twist. 11x17 paper.

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Sponsored By The Young Adults Ministry

DATE

Thursday, August 6

Celebrate the

Feast of the Transfiguration. Everyone is welcome!

TIME

6:30p.m. PLACE

Paradise Restaurant

Join us for Holy Eucharist and a time of fellowship.

Paradise Restaurant & Bar: 401 East 6th Street Please contact Amy Moehnke for more information at amy.m@stdave.org or 610-3569.

St. David’s


S t.

Young Adults Ministry

D a v i d ’s

at St. David’s put on a

Ep i s c o p a l

wanted a poster to fit

C h u rc h

U2CHARIST

U2Charist Poster: The

also very simple and

A service of Holy Eucharist featuring music by the legendary rock band U2

U2Charist, a service set to the music of U2, and the personality of the ministry (made up of 20 to 30-year-olds) that was striking. 11x17 paper.

S p o n s o r e d B y T h e Yo u n g A d u l t s & Yo u t h

September 12, 2009 Bethell Hall 7 p.m.

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The Forum Brochure Outside: “The Forum” is St. David’s monthly speaker series. I redesigned this brochure from the original so that the typefaces and colors would fit better into the style the marketing department had already set up.

Welcome

THE FORUM Times & Costs

At St. David’s Episcopal Church, we continually seek to offer opportunities for people to engage in community, deepen their faith, and actively participate in ministry. The Forum invites you to explore your faith with St. David members, friends and the downtown community. The Forum program includes a broad variety of contemporary topics led by top industry experts concerning community, national and world issues. Lunch is served before every program.

11:45 a.m. to 1 p.m.

THE

FORUM

St. David’s Episcopal Church

Season Tickets: Season tickets are available for $75. This includes a hot lunch provided by Chef Ray and the St. David’s Kitchen Ministry. Without season tickets lunch is $10 Parking: Parking is free in the St. David’s parking garage at 8th St. and Trinity Streets. Spread the word to your friends and downtown work peers. For ticket information, contact Molly Sharpe at 423-6648.

Landscape 8.5x11 paper.

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September 2009 through

May 2010 Welcome

The Forum

At St. David’s Episcopal Church, we continually seek to offer opportunities for people to engage in community, deepen their faith, and actively participate in ministry. The Forum invites you to explore your faith with St. David members, friends and the downtown community. The Forum program includes a broad variety of contemporary topics led by top industry experts concerning community, national and world issues. Lunch is served before every program.

11:45 a.m. to 1 p.m Lunch is served in Crail Hall beginning at 11:45 a.m. Season Passes are available for $75 or lunch is $10

THE FORUM at ST. DAVID’S EpIScOpAl cHURcH

Parking is Free in the St.David’s parking Garage at 7th St. and San Jacinto.

To reserve your spot, call 472-1196 or register on our Calender at www.stdave.org. Reservations required by 8 a.m. the Tuesday before the event.

September 2008-May 2009

St. David’s


Kristin Armstrong

Noon Caroling

Bill Stotesbery

The Forum Brochure

September 17, 2009

December 10, 2009

March 11, 2010

Inside: For the inside re-design I streamlined

Kristen will lead off The Forum season in September. She writes for many magazines and has authored four books, most recently, Work in Progress: An Unfinished Woman’s Guide to Grace. A mother and marathoner as well as a writer, she has made appearances on national programs ranging from Oprah to The Hour of Power to The Crystal Cathedral.

The Forum will join Caroling at Noon to hear the St. David’s Men’s Ensemble. Under the leadership of Director of Music, David Stevens, they will present a program of Christmas anthems and seasonal hymnody. The music begins at noon in the Historic Church, followed by lunch at 12:30 p.m. (For a vegetarian entrée, please send advance request to ray.t@stdave.org.)

Bill will bring The Forum stories of Austin City Limits, which is a music phenomenon that has been aired on PBS for the past thirty-five years. Prior to KLRU he served as the first local employee of Microelectronics and Computer Technology Corporation (MCC), the nation’s first large scale industry and joint research venture.

Fred Burton

Carol Pirie

Ann Wilson

October 15, 2009

January 21, 2010

April 15, 2010

the text so that each name, date, photo and description kept a consistent spacing pattern throughout

Fred will share his views of the world as one of the foremost experts on international terrorist organizations and part of Stratfor, a private firm serving companies with global intelligence, he has authored Ghost: Confessions of a Counterterrorism Agent.

Ann will talk about her experience as the Associate Director at the Blanton Art Museum. She has worked with many visual arts organizations in Boston, Atlanta, and Philadelphia. Her work with non-profits started at the Washington National Cathedral in D.C.

David Gracy

Dr. Greg Vincent

Art Acevedo

November 19, 2009

February 18, 2010

May 20, 2010

As a preservation and conservation expert, David has experience in academic, government, national church, and historic association projects. Among the many works he has written are With Danger and Honor: George W. Littlefield, 1861-1864, and George Washington Littlefield: Portrait of a Cattleman.

OCTOBER 16, 2008

Greg Vincent is a Vice President at The University of Texas at Austin. He leads a division that encompasses four strategic areas: community engagement; preparing youth for university success; institutional equity, and school partnerships. He will talk with The Forum about community engagement and diversity.

the page. Landscape 8.5x11 paper.

Wrapping up a season of thought and discussion about our world, city and faith, Art Acevedo will talk with the Forum about law enforcement and community involvement in our city. Having started his career in California, he serves as the eighth Police Chief in the 84-year history of the Austin Police Department.

MARCH 26, 2009

“Bob Bullock: God Bless Texas”

Dave McNeely covered many important political happenings during his more than a quarter century with the Austin American-Statesman. Not the least of these was the late Lt. Gov. Bob Bullock, whose impact on our state is still felt. This Texas icon is the topic of Mr. McNeely’s recent book and of his talk at St. David’s.

Carol is the Deputy Director of the Texas Film Commission which keeps jobs and film dollars coming into Texas. Carol will share with us her insight and experience with the Texas Film Commission and its role in the flow of Texas economics.

“ The Next 100 Years”

JANUARY 15, 2009 “How to Keep Your Faith While Working in the White House”

Dr. George Friedman is the Founder and CEO of Statfor, a company that is a leader in the field of private intelligence. The author of numerous articles and books on national security, ware fare and intelligence, Dr. Friedman joins us to talk about his newest book. APRIL 16, 2009

NOVEMBER 20, 2008 “A View from the Faith Beat: Covering the Shifting Christian Landscape”

Eileen Flynn, Religion reporter for the Austin American-Statesman, shares surprises she has encountered on the faith beat, including the rejection of materialism and interest in natural family planning among evangelicals and the role Christians played in the presidential election.

Karen Hughes served in key roles in President George W. Bush’s administration, including counselor and Under-Secretary for Public Diplomacy and Public Affairs. She shares her experience of faith at work.

We welcome the Rev. Andy Doyle, elected Bishop-Coadjutor of the Diocese of Texas last May, for a Diocesan update and his vision of the future. FEBRUARY 19, 2009 “Historical Churches and Buildings: What’s their relevance today?”

DECEMBER 4, 2008 Advent Music Performance

Enjoy the musical richness of the Advent Season with a half-hour musical program performed by the University of Texas Chamber Singers in St. David’s Historic Sanctuary. Lunch follows.

“Diocesan Update”

Timothy Parker, architect and architectural historian, serves as part of the “Back to the Future” committee studying the needs of St. David’s Historic Sanctuary. His work centers on how art, architecture, and liturgy combine to contribute to parish identity.

MAY 21, 2009 “The Book on TVWasteland or Wonderland”

Diane Holloway, television critic for the Austin American-Statesman, has spent several decades watching television evolve and change. She brings us insights about how we’ve learned to love and hate a pervasive medium.

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Advertisement

Logo Marketing Package for

MUSIC in the HOUSE

Music in the House: Music in the House was a blues, soul, and gospel concert in support of the Outreach Ministry at St. David’s. I first developed

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the logo that you’ll see at the top. I designed

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it to evoke the feeling of the House of Blues Logo. After working with the director of the event, the logo was adapted to what you see on the bottom of this page.

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MUSIC inthe HOUSE An Evening of Soulful Music Featuring:

Cathy Boyd, The Bells of Joy

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August 28 a t 7:00 p.m.

Tickets: $ 50

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Purchase yours online at www.stdave.org, in the St. David’s BookShop, by calling 610-3500, or at the door. All proceeds will benefit the St. David’s Outreach Ministry. Admittance and concessions begin at 6 p.m.

St. David’s

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Music in the HOusE

An Evening of Soulful Music August 28 a t 7:00 p.m.

Featuring:

Cathy Boyd The Bells of Joy Malford Milligan and John Gaar Purchase your tickets online at www.stdave.org, in the St. David’s BookShop, by phone, or at the door. Doors open at 6; show starts at 7. Free Parking is available in the St. David’s Garage.

Tickets: $ 50

Proceeds benefit the St. David’s Outreach Ministry


Poster

in MUSIC the HOUSE An Evening of Soulful Music

August 28 a t 7:00 p.m. Cathy Boyd: Cathy Boyd is old enough to remember

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many folk classics from when they were new. A life-long performer, she discovered the coffeehouse/singer-songwriter scene in college and has been hooked ever since.

Music in the House: The black and white piece is the advertisement that ran in the Austin Chronicle, and the piece on this page is the 11x17 poster. Each piece was

The Bells of Joy:

The legendary Bells of Joy have touched audiences’ souls for more than 60 years. Their Gospel roots have stirred the emotional core of young and old achieving national recognition. “The Bells” continue to form the backbone of present day Gospel by effortlessly moving the spirit of every one blessed to hear them.

distributed in house and

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Marketing Package for

11x17 paper.

Milligan has performed on Austin City Limits and The Conan O’Brian Show, and has toured with BB King. John Gaar moved from his native Louisiana to San Francisco to play with a number of groups and has toured in the United States and Europe, finally landing in Austin with the band that carries his name. The combination of soulful vocals and gritty guitar makes this powerful duo one you won’t want to miss.

Tickets: $ 50 Purchase yours online at www.stdave.org, in the St. David’s BookShop, by phone, or at the åOutreach Ministry. Doors open at 6; show starts at 7. For more information contact Roxanne Ruggles at Roxanne.R@stdave.org or 610-3535.

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Children’s Ministry Team Logo Ideas: These are the logo ideas I prepared for the new Children’s Ministry Team at St. David’s. The team is a group of volunteer parents and staff members. The director wanted something that tied into the St. David’s logo and identity, but could be adapted into an identity of its own. They chose the logo shown at the top of this page.

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St. David’s


Los Amigos Poster: Los Amigos is a program for 4th, 5th and 6th graders at St. David’s. They

4th, 5th, and 6th graders:

COME JOIN THE FUN!

already had the logo you see in the middle of the

“LOS AMIGOS” AT ST. DAVID’S EPISCOPAL CHURCH

poster, so I played off

2009-2010 DATES TO REMEMBER September 20 October 18 November 22 December 20

January 17 February 21 April 18 May 16

Los Amigos is a ministry serving fourth, fifth, and sixth graders. This vibrant group builds community through friendship, worship, service, formation and loads of fun activities! Los Amigos typically meets from 5:30 – 7:00 p.m. Planned activities vary monthly. Check the latest Looking Ahead for the activity schedule. For more information, contact Susan Goodman, Children’s Ministry Coordinator, at susan.g@stdave.org or 610-3523

those colors and brought in the crosses from the Children’s Ministry Team logo to distinguish it as a Children’s Ministry program. Landscape 11x17 paper.

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Instruction from a PGA Pro Putting and chipping contests Prizes for all Register for the Burnt Orange Scramble

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Division of Recreational Sports 27. Intramural Sports Burnt Orange Scramble Flyer 28. Outdoor Recreation Rock Movie Night Flyer 29. Outdoor Recreation Daily Texan Climbing Wall Ad 30. Outdoor Recreation Daily Texan Adventure Trip Ad

31. Intramural Sports Golf Expo Web Ad 32. Outdoor Recreation Spring Adventure Trip Post Card 33. Outdoor Recreation Spring Adventure Trip Poster

34. Outdoor Recreation Holiday Adventure Trip Poster 35. Intramural Sports Texas 2 Step T-shirt #1 36. Intramural Sports Texas 2 Step T-shirt #2 37. Intramural Sports Texas 2 Step T-shirt #3 38. Intramural Sports Swim Meet T-shirt #1 39. Intramural Sports Swim Meet T-shirt #2 40. Intramural Sports Swim Meet T-shirt #3

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Burnt Orange Scramble Flyer: Burnt orange Scramble is an annual golf tournament to qualify for the National Collegiate Golf Championship. This

Burnt Orange ScramBle cga lOcal qualifier tOurnament Winning team receives a free trip to Las Vegas for the National Collegiate Golf Championship

flyer was distributed

Date: OCT. 8

to students through

lOcatiOn: Grey rOCk GOlf Club eligiBility: CurrenTly enrOlled

email and in print. I also converted it into an

uT sTudenTs feeS: $70 per Team

11x17 poster, and a web

(inCludes Green fee, CarT renTal, lunCh and On COurse COnTesTs)

ad for the RecSports

fOrmat: 2 persOn sCramble entry DeaDline: sepT. 29

homepage. 8.5x11 paper, 4 up.

PrizeS:

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intramural Champion shirts and photo for the Wall of fame • airfare for the two-person team • 2 nights hotel stay • upswing Golf lob wedge • and many more!

RegisteR online at www.utrecsports.org

RecSports


Rock Movie Night Flyer:

Rock Movie Night

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an event put on by the

Outdoor Recreation Meet ethaN PR to promote the rock

Brought to you By:

climbing division of the RecSPoRtS, MouNtaiN haRDwaRe & whole eaRth PR department. This full

• “Life on the Rocks”- a slideshow and video of ethan’s most challenging climbs and projects • Door Prizes • Free admission with UT ID

version of the flyer • “Life on thecolor Rocks”a was distributed by email slideshow and video of to Outdoor Recreation ethan’s most challenging participants. A black climbs and projects and white version was • Door Prizes distributed in print. • Free admission with UT ID

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Daily Texan Climbing Wall Ad: RecSports runs an ad in the student

Rock YouR WoRld

newspaper, the Daily Texan, every week. This particular ad was for the climbing wall and Outdoor Recreation’s rock climbing activities. 5.75x8 in 1/8 page ad.

THE CLIMBING WALL Daily and Semester Passes Available Top Rope Tuesdays Rock Movie Night (Sept. 17) Climbing Clinics Details online or drop by GRE 2.200 Open to all currently enrolled UT students and UT faculty/staff. UT ID required.

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www.utrecsports.org RecSports


Daily Texan Adventure

OUTDOOR ADVENTURE TRIPS ThANkSgIVINg AND DEcEmbER bREAk TRIPS make your holiday plans now. Let our experienced outdoor guides take you sea kayaking in the gulf waters of Padre Island or backpacking or canoeing in big bend National Park.

Trip Ad: This ad is for both the extended holiday break Adventure Trips, and the used equipment sale. All Daily Texan ads that RecSports places are on inside pages, and are therefore always done in black and white. 5.75x8 in 1/8 page ad.

USED EQUIPmENT SALE Don’t forget to check out the used equipment sale Friday, Sept. 25 from 11am- 2pm in the Gregory Gym Annex. Great deals on outdoor and fitness equipment!

www.utrecsports.org

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Golf Expo Web Ad: This piece was a web ad for the Intramural Sports Department’s Golf Expo. It was displayed on the RecSports homepage, and was also converted

GOLF EXPO September 28 10am-2pm Gregory Plaza

into an 11x17 poster, and a 4.5x5 table tent advertisement. 340x487 pixels

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RecSports

Instruction from a PGA Pro Putting and chipping contests Prizes for all Register for the Burnt Orange Scramble


Feb. 7 March 6 May 2 April 11 May 1

Caving at Whirlpool Cave Austin Rock Climbing in the Austin Greenbelt Canoeing in the San Marcos River

Feb. 26–28 April 23–25

Camping and Climbing at Enchanted Rock Coastal Kayaking at Mustang Island

May 19–28 May 19–26

Backpacking & WW Rafting at Yosemite National Park Whitewater Rafting in Colorado

May 11 @ 6:30pm

April 28, May 4 & May 11 at 6:30pm

Feb. 28 at 6:30pm

PRE-TRIP MEETINg

Feb. 24 @ 6:30pm April 21 @ 6:30pm

Feb. 17 at 6:30pm

Feb. 10 at 6:30pm March 24 at 6:30pm

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April 4 at 6:30pm April 29 at 6:30pm

March 3 at 6:30pm April 29 at 6:30pm

Feb. 3 at 6:30pm

Feb. 4 at 6:30pm April 8 at 6:30pm

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Requires no previous experience in the activity Requires experience and/or mastery of basic skills

Requires a minimum level of physical exertion/fitness or offers optional levels of participation/physical exertion Requires a moderate, unavoidable level of physical exertion/fitness Requires a high degree of physical exertion/fitness or takes place in remote areas over an extended period of time

E ................... Easy M .................. Moderate S ................... Strenuous

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$550/600

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TRIP/ACTIVITY RATINgS

» Trip registration is open to current UT students, RecSports members and non-members. » All trip participants must provide proof of medical insurance. Current students without medical insurance have the option to purchase insurance through UT at a cost of $2 per day. » All trip prices reflect the UT student and RecSports member/ non-member price. » Priority registration dates will be offered to UT students on all extended trips. » Pre-trip meetings are mandatory and take place in the Rental Center (GRE 2.104).

DATE March 13–20

TYPE OF TRIP Canoeing at Rio Grande Wild and Scenic Rivers

ExTENDED TRIPS

Feb. 19–21

Backpacking at Lost Maples

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wEEkEND TRIPS

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Rock Climbing at Reimers Ranch

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DIVISION OF RECREATIONAL SPORTS

ADVENTURE TRIPS SPRING ‘10

Spring Adventure Trip Schedule Postcard:

Each semester a new poster and postcard

are distributed to give RecSports members

and students the new

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Adventure Trip schedule. This postcard was sent by mail, and served as a flyer.

4x5.5 postcard.

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two posters were also submitted to HOW’s 2009 poster contest. 11x17 paper.

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web ad. The following

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poster into a flyer and

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I also converted this

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for the Spring of 2010.

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Adventure Trip schedule

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poster advertises the new

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Schedule Poster: This

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Spring Adventure Trip

SPRING 2010 SCHEDULE

Rock Climbing Day Trip – Reimers Ranch Caving Day Trip – Whirlpool Cave Austin Rock Climbing Day Trip – Austin Greenbelt Canoeing Day Trip – San Marcos River Backpacking Weekend Trip – Lost Maples Camping & Climbing Weekend Trip – Encanted Rock Coastal Kayaking Weekend Trip – Mustang Island Canoeing Extended Trip – Rio Grande Wild & Scenic River Backpacking & WW Rafting – Yosemite National Park Whitewater Rafting – Colorado

Feb. 6 & Apr. 10 Feb. 7 March 6 & May 2 April 11 & May 1 Feb. 12–14 & March 26–28 Feb. 19 –21 Feb. 26–28 & April 23–25 March 13–20 May 19–28 May 19–26

ADVENTURE TRIPS WWW.UTRECSPORTS.ORG/OUTDOOR RecSports


You Don’t Have to sit at tHe KiDs’ table tHis Year tHanKsgiving breaK aDventure trips nov. 25-29

Canoeing at Santa Elena Canyon, Big Bend or Backpacking at Big Bend Ranch State Park $250 for UT Students and RecSports Members $275 for non-members not For beginners

Holiday Adventure Trip Poster: The Outdoor Recreation department of RecSports sponsors extended trips like this one, which is over the Thanksgiving Holiday. This poster was also converted into a Daily Texan ad, and a web ad for the RecSports homepage. 11x17 paper.

prioritY registration available noW For ut stuDents. Details online at WWW.utreCsports.org

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Texas 2 Step T-shirt 1: Each Student Designer in the marketing department submits ideas for all the T-shirts and special projects we are assigned. This shirt was for the participants in the Texas 2 Step Intramural Fun

Back

Run, which is an annual event at Family Weekend. The shirt idea on this page plays off the idea of dancing the two step, except in place of the human shoe prints I used horse shoes. 3 color front and back T-shirt

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RecSports

Front


Texas 2 Step T-shirt 2: For this shirt I illustrated the different size boots and gave them an anchor of bandana paisley. On the back I simply placed the RecSports logo. 3 color front 1 color back

Back

T-shirt.

Front

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Texas 2 Step T-shirt 3: This is the design that was picked for the event. I originally illustrated the sheriff’s badge only in orange. After seeing the orange version, the director of the event decided she wanted to

Front

add in navy. I used the floral design from the badge as accents for the information on the front, like the name and date of the event. 2 color front and back T-shirt

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RecSports

Back


Intramural Swim Meet T-shirt 1: For the intramural swim meet shirt I gave our mascot, Bevo, a pair of swim goggles on the front. On the back I put the words “3 Laps/ 2 Hours/ 1 Champion� with the date

Back

and title of the event. 3 color front 2 color back T-shirt.

Front

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Intramural Swim Meet T-shirt 2: For this shirt I illustrated some typical fish along with an elaborate fish out in front. Along the wave of fish is the name of the event. On the back I gave the director of the

Back

event the choice of some catch phrases or just the RecSports logo. 4 color front 1 color back T-shirt

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RecSports

Front


Intramural Swim Meet T-shirt 3: For this shirt I wanted to give the illusion of a reflection in water so the pair of goggles and the RecSports logo are reflected and warped underneath the normal

Back

images. On the back I put the name and date of the event. 3 color front 2 color back T-shirt.

Front

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RachelAnn Design Portfolio