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Last Friday, a Manifest flash mob descended on Daley Plaza to promote Columbia’s urban arts festival on May 17. The show choir came singing out of the blue line stop and didn’t stop until they hit the plaza and the
The Manifest Main Stage always brings it, and this year is no exception. From punk to bluegrass to hip-hop, this year’s musical acts can’t be contained by just one genre. There will be a little something for everyone, starting with
Perform Manifest is looking for student and alumni performers and performance artists to appear at the Manifest Urban Arts Festival Friday, May 17th, 2013. If you have an idea for a performance, please fill out the Manifest 2013 Performance
Each year the entire Manifest brand is rethought, with everything re-imagined from the Manifest website, to the buttons, posters and, of course, the iconic T-shirt. At the heart of this process is the student creative director whose design is the seed for the entire brand. This year’s Manifest student creative director is Rocio Lopez, a Venezuela native who moved to Chicago in 2006.
Columbia’s Student Programming Board (SPB) is beginning the search for the band or musical act to headline Manifest 2012. Previous Manifest headliners have included Lupe Fiasco, Detroit Cobras, OK Go and the Scotland Yard Gospel Choir.
As you walk around the South Loop on Friday, May 13th we want you to text or email us when you see or hear something you like at Manifest. Every text you send will show up in real time on the Manifest website, creating a living, breathing ‘pulse’ of this year’s festival. Ten lucky, randomly selected people who share their Manifest experience will win $100. One extraordinarily lucky individual will win $1000.
If you didn’t get your 2011 Manifest T-shirt at the April 20th preview event you’re not out of options. ShopColumbia is selling Manifest T-shirts, hoodies, and totes, all featuring the designs of Maggie Sichter, this year’s Manifest Student Creative Director.
We know you love your Manifest T-shirt. We love it too. Still, we want you to cut it. Stitch it. Paint on it. Iron things on it. Dye it. Reconstruct it. Sew two together. See where we’re going with this?
Warden for RAAL> is Columbia’s Interactive Arts and Media department’s Game Design capstone project for the 2010-2011 senior class. The IAM department is currently seeking students from around campus to play and give their feedback so that they may further improve the gameplay experience. So come on down and be amongst the first to play Warden for RAALl before its official release this coming Manifest.