Internationally recognized technology executive & educator Paul Pangaro to head CCS’s Master of Fine Arts Interaction Design program
10 CCS students' work presented in the DAM Annual Scholarship Awards and Exhibition
10 CCS students were hand picked for the currently running Annual Scholarship Award Show at the Detroit Artists Market. The show runs until April 11, 2014
CCS Graphic Design alumnus named 1 of 9 type designers to watch by PRINT Magazine
Jackson Cavanaugh, CCS Graphic Design alumnus, owner of Okay Type in Chicago and recipient of the prestigious Type Directors Club Typface Design award, has been named 1 of 9 type designers to watch by Print Magazine.
Henry Ford Academy: School for Creative Studies Receives Highest Number of Regional Scholastic Art Awards of Any School in Detroit
Henry Ford Academy: School for Creative Studies (HFA: SCS) middle and high school students received 33 regional Scholastic Art Awards during an award ceremony at the Detroit Institute of Arts’ Detroit Film Theater on February 11, 2015. This year, HFA: SCS won the most awards of any school in Detroit.
Re/VIEW: A CCS Alumni Exhibition Opens April 17, 2015
Re/VIEW: A CCS Alumni Exhibition Opens April 17, 2015 from 6 - 8 p.m. in the Valade Family Gallery in CCS's A. Alfred Taubman Center for Design Education.
Transportation Design alumni team up at Nissan to design 2016 Titan
CCS Transportation Design alumni and designers at Nissan, Stephen Moneypenny ('00) and Randy Rodriguez ('02), met while they were students at CCS. Now, they've teamed up together professionally for the design of the all-new 2016 Nissan Titan full size pick-up.
CCS MFA students create next-generation automotive interior concepts for Angell-Demmel project
Angell-Demmel NA is a premier specialist in forming, decorating and coating interior trim panels. While the primary material for this process is traditionally aluminum, the company’s consumers have come to expect ongoing innovative solutions.
Join us for the opening of FLUX presented by CCS's Photography department
CCS Color and Materials Design students hone skills at annual Detroit Auto Show
Color and materials specialists are sought after across industries for the critical eye they bring to differentiating and assessing color, craftsmanship and quality in materials, finishes and processes.
CCS MFA Integrated Design project featured in Metropolis
CCS Chair of Transportation Design tours the Auto Show floor with Automotive News
The new CCS Chair of Transportation Design, Paul Snyder, toured the North American International Auto Show floor with Automotive News.
CCS student featured in Ambassador Magazine
CCS Product Design student Troy Murray is featured in Ambassador Magazine about his studies, his clothing company and more.
CCS Takes 3 of 7 CDN-GM Interactive Design Awards
CCS takes 3 of 7 Car Design News-General Motors Interactive Design Awards, announced at the North American International Auto Show in Detroit on Tuesday.
Entertainment Arts alumnus animation assistant on
Entertainment Arts alumnus Ellen Coons (2012) was the animation assistant on "Elf: Buddy's Musical Christmas" which aired in December.
CCS alumnus recipient of 2015 Free Press Automotive Leadership Award for Design
CCS Product Design alumna named one of Forbes
CCS alumna featured in Monde Mosaic
CCS Illustration alumna Andrea Kowch and her hauntingly beautiful paintings are featured in Monde Mosaic.
CCS alumnus featured in Ambassador Magazine
CCS alumnus and General Motors designer Colin Phipps is featured in Ambassador Magazine, speaking about his design inspiration, teaching and more.
CCS alumnus Kevin Beasley featured in Art in America
CCS Fine Arts alumnus was interviewed by Art in America about his work being exhibited in the Casey Kaplan Gallery and the Museum of Modern Art, NY.
Internationally recognized automotive designer and distinguished alumnus Paul Snyder to head CCS’s undergraduate Transportation Design program
CCS has named internationally recognized automotive designer and distinguished alumnus (BFA 1987) Paul Snyder to lead its undergraduate program in Transportation Design, starting with the winter 2015 semester. Snyder will return to CCS to become the Paul and Helen Farago Chair of Transportation Design responsible for all aspects of undergraduate education in Automotive Exterior, Automotive Interior, and Transportation Design, including aeronautic, marine, ground, and emerging mobility systems.