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Designing Modern Icons: Ford challenges CCS students to Design the new Model T

This past semester, eleven CCS Transportation Design students from around the world put themselves in Henry Ford’s shoes, delivering vehicle concepts capable of providing affordable transportation and the social impact on par with the car that started it all – the Ford Model T.
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Accomplished arts writer joins CCS as Assistant Dean

Award–winning arts journalist, Rebecca Mazzei, has joined the CCS as the Assistant Dean. In this position, Rebecca supports CCS’s Dean, Imre Molnar, in managing the academic affairs of the College. She is also involved in strategic initiatives, educational outreach, and faculty development efforts.
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CCS Interior Design alumna develops mobile Abraham Lincoln exhibit

CCS alumna Josephine Corrado, Interior Design ’07, a designer with Ford & Earl Design Studio recently completed a mobile museum project examining the life of Abraham Lincoln titled Abraham Lincoln: Self-Made in America.
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CCS Transportation Design Alumni Lead the Chevy Volt Design Team

CCS Transportation Design alumni Bob Boniface and Gary Ruiz are leading the design of the highly anticipated Chevy Volt.
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Columbus College of Art & Design

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School of Visual Arts, Austin, TX

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Detroit Artists Market Presents its 2009 College for Creative Studies Annual Scholarship and Exhibition Program

Scholarship and Exhibition Opportunity: College for Creative Studies has been selected as the beneficiary of the 2009 John F. Korachis Annual Scholarship and Exhibition. All currently enrolled College for Creative Studies sophomores, juniors and seniors from the School of Fine Arts, Crafts and Photography are invited to apply for this scholarship and exhibition program.
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CCS’s Center Galleries opens For Better or For Worse on Friday, November 7

As part of its 20th anniversary season, CCS’s Center Galleries, a dynamic forum for contemporary visual, literary and performance art and design, presents For Better or For Worse by Kathryn Brackett Luchs and Michael Luchs, with an opening reception on Friday, November 7, from 6 - 8 p.m.
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CCS Crafts Alumna Annica Cuppetelli receives Daimler Financial Services and Cranbrook Academy of Art Emerging Artist Award

CCS Fiber Design alumna, Annica Cuppetelli, who received her MFA in Fiber Design from Cranbrook Academy of Art in 2008, was chosen to represent the entire academy by Daimler Financial Services as this year’s emerging artist.
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Ann Arbor College & Career Fair

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2009 Student Exhibition

This hugely popular event will showcase student artwork as we transform the CCS campus into a gallery of more than 3,500 student works of art. Find out more at collegeforcreativestudies.edu/seo Art educators are invited to bring their students for self-guided tours of the CCS Student Exhibition May 16 – May 29, 2009, during public exhibition hours: Saturday, May 16 – Friday, May 29, Saturday through Wednesday 10 am – 4 pm and 10 am – 8 pm Thursday and Friday. Please be advised that all school buses should park on John R or Frederick Douglass Street. If you want to be greeted on campus by an Admissions Counselor, please request this in advance. Please note: our cafeteria will be closed during the Student Exhibition, so please make other arrangement for meals.

Industry and community leaders join CCS Board of Trustees

Leaders from a variety of industries and across the community have recently been appointed to the CCS Board of Trustees.
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Calhoun County College Night Program

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Traverse Bay Area School District/Great Lakes Maritime Academy College Fair

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Jackson Community College MACRAO College Night

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CCS’s Advertising Design Department Presents Doner ECD Rob Strasberg

Rob Strasberg, executive creative director for independent advertising agency Doner, will share his vision for the future of the industry in a free, public lecture on Monday, November 3 at 7:00 p.m., presented by CCS’s Advertising Design department.

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College for Creative Studies to Administer Kresge Arts in Detroit Artist Fellowships and Eminent Artist Award

The Kresge Foundation, recently announced Kresge Arts in Detroit a $8.8 million commitment to Detroit’s Wayne, Macomb and Oakland counties designed to develop and financially support individual artists, arts and cultural organizations and arts-infrastructure groups in the metropolitan area. Eighteen Kresge Artist Fellowships of $25,000 each and one Kresge Eminent Artist award of $50,000 will be awarded each year. Arts and cultural organizations are receiving operating support.
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