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Practice : Winter 2009
AD20/21 e premiere of AD / : Art and Design in the th & st Centuries took Boston by storm! is unique event, featuring more than exhibitors of art and design of the th and st centuries, will be held at the Boston Center for the Arts Cyclorama, March -- , . e BAC will be the bene ciary of the opening night gala on ursday, March , . Sponsorships range from , to , . Alumni Programs and Mentoring e BAC Alumni Association works to support the College while increasing the active involvement of alumni. e Association's mentoring program, aimed at helping students navigate their studies successfully, includes mock interview workshops, portfolio reviews with AOP students, and matching students with alumni mentors. Annual Fund e BAC relies on the Annual Fund to ful ll its mission and support the programs and people who give the BAC its unique character. e BAC's ability to provide important student resources and services, ful ll immediate needs and implement long-range plans depends on having a reliable pool of donors and a growing Annual Fund. Community Outreach e BAC stays connected with its surrounding neighborhoods. rough Advanced Studios, Sketch Problems and the Design/Build Workshops, BAC students are often called upon to solve real design problems in the community. Financial and material resources are necessary to provide these classes with the tools they need to get the job done. Community Design Resource Center e CDRC provides services and resources that assist communities to envision, advocate and implement high-quality design solutions, and ensure equal access to healthy, sustainable built environments. CDRC's most recent project was a workshop in Roxbury that engaged young people in designing safe neighborhood spaces. Dean Arcangelo Cascieri Lectureship in the Humanities e Cascieri Lectureship was established in to honor Dean Arcangelo Cascieri's outstanding contributions during his -year tenure at the BAC. Each year the BAC welcomes a speaker whose vision and philosophy are consistent with the spirit of humanism that exempli ed the Dean. Diversity Initiatives e BAC is committed, as part of its mission, to increasing diversity in the design professions. We seek to enrich the choices available to urban young people through targeted pro- grams including the BAC Summer Academy, the Citizen Schools WOW program and class visits by schools such as Beacon Academy. Facilities e BAC physical plant is rapidly growing, and, with the acquisition of Boylston Street, funding needs for the BAC campus are expanding as well. ere are a host of opportunities for renovation and improvement at Boylston, Newbury and Mass. Ave. In particular, the College is interested in replacing the windows on the third oor at and installing a new elevator at Newbury Street. Lecture Programs e BAC takes an innovative approach to lecture programs, sponsoring conversations that engage our community and the public in issues such as collaboration, practice and the future of design. rough annual events such as the Hideo Sasaki Distinguished Visiting Critic and individual lectures on topics such as the work of Louis Kahn, we invite distinguished speakers to address the community, fostering lifelong learning. IA ] GIVING OPPORTUNITIES Transforming the Shape of Design Education Do you see a BAC initiative that interests you? Enclosed is a business reply envelope with which to return your donation to the initiative of your choice. Thank you. GIVING OPPORTUNITIES PRACTICE 58