GE MFA Project

CCS MFA Integrated Design And Interaction Design Students Work With Corporate Sponsor, GE Appliances

Led by MFA Integrated Design Professor and Chair Maria Luisa Rossi, students in Integrated Design Studio and Interaction Design Studio collaborated on a project for General Electric Corporation called "Future of Healthy Living Within the Home.”

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CCS students work with global company Czarnowski on sponsored studio project

In 2016, Czarnowski, a global exhibit and event marketing company, came to CCS to sponsor a cross-disciplinary project with the College's students.

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Dave Chow Watch Me Work

Watch Me Work: Dave Chow, Adjunct Faculty, Illustration

Dave Chow is a walking advertisement for the possibilities of what you can learn at CCS, what you can do with those skills professionally, and how much fun it can be. An illustration instructor, a Communication Design alum (back when it was called Graphic Design) and the longest-running member of the Alumni Council — 30 years and counting — he loves CCS down to the bone.

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“Double Street” Concept Moves Seoul Toward Smarter Mobility

In 2016, an interdisciplinary team of students and faculty from the College for Creative Studies led by Associate Professor and Chair of Transportation Design (BFA/MFA) Paul Snyder were invited by the Seoul Design Foundation to participate in a project rethinking mobility in this megacity. Snyder presented the team’s “Double Street” concept at the Seoul Smart Mobility International Conference/Exhibition in September.

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Haworth

CCS's MFA Color and Materials Design program featured in Metropolis Magazine

CCS's MFA Color and Materials Design program featured in Metropolis Magazine
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Ilitch Organization partners with CCS to bring student-led artwork to the District Detroit

Art in The District Detroit program to offer a unique, hands-on learning experience for CCS students to design and create major public artworks
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Stephanie

CCS Fine Arts alumna's solo exhibition featured in Juxtapoz Magazine

CCS Fine Arts alumna Stephanie Buer's solo exhibition at Thinkspace Gallery in Culver City, CA is featured in Juxtapoz Magazine.

CCS Photography alumna documents President Barack Obama's farewell speech

CCS Photography alumna Ashlee Rezin documents President Barack Obama's farewell speech for The Chicago Sun-Times.
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Teague

CCS Welcomes Teague Design as next Toyota Lecture Series in Design

"Designing for the seams: rethinking the value of seamless to create better physical and digital in-betweens in transportation"

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Virtual Reality

Paul Snyder, chair of CCS's Transportation Design programs, building virtual reality into curriculum

Paul Snyder, chair of College for Creative Studies/ Transportation Design programs, talks about building virtual reality into CCS's curriculum and the future of transportation design through VR.
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John Oloiver

CCS alumna designs opening for Last Week Tonight with John Oliver

Check out this interview with CCS Graphic Design alumna, interactive designer and co-founder of And/or in NYC, the great Kelli Miller. Have you ever watched Last Week Tonight with John Oliver? She designed the opening of the show!
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The Peoples Girls

CCS alumna wins best documentary short film award at the Arab Film Festival

CCS alumna and director of "The People's Girls," Tinne Van Loon, wins best documentary short film award at the Arab Film Festival

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Due to Extreme Weather All Continuing Education Classes Are Cancelled Saturday, December 17, 2016

Due to Extreme Weather All Continuing Education Classes Are Cancelled Saturday, December 17, 2016

CCS Continuing Education classes will be canceled Saturday, December 17, due to road conditions

CCS Continuing Education classes will be canceled Saturday, December 17, due to road conditions

Steve Stanchfield Watch Me Work

Watch Me Work: Steve Stanchfield, Assistant Professor, Entertainment Arts

Stanchfield’s recent restoration projects involve films produced in the 1930s and 40s, like the 1948 Alice in Wonderland, a film with both live action and animation made by puppet animator Lou Bunin, and the Flip the Frog cartoons made by the Ub Iwerks Studio.

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Curbed

CCS Photography students work showcased on Curbed Detroit

A project with the College for Creative Studies photography students, sponsored by the Public Lighting Authority, documents the final phase of LED light installation in neighborhoods around the city.
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Industry Days

CCS WELCOMED 227 COMPANIES ON CAMPUS IN 2016

CCS welcomed 227 companies on campus this past academic year

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Obscura Land

Two CCS Photography alumni start new Detroit-based, quarterly publication

Noah Waldeck and Daniel Eller are two CCS Photography alumni, business owners and active Detroit artists that are embarking on a new business venture, Obscura Land, a Detroit-based, quarterly publication.
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John Ganis

CCS Photography professor releases new book documenting the effects of climate change to America's coasts

CCS Photography professor John Ganis has a new book out, "America's Endangered Coasts," which documents the effects that climate change has had on America's coasts. Signal-Return is hosting a launch party and book signing on December 15 from 6-8 p.m.
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Renegade

The CCS alumni-designed Jeep Renegade the subject of new article on STUFF online

The CCS alumni-designed Jeep Renegade the subject of new article on STUFF online.
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