12/12/07 at 12:00a

CCS's Continuing Education office will hold a three hour automotive design workshop at the Automotive Hall of Fame on Saturday, February 9 from 2-5 p.m.


12/11/07 at 12:00a

CCS has been awarded a Skillman Foundation grant for $300,000 through its "Good Neighborhoods Initiative." CCS's Community Arts Partnerships (CAP) program will receive $150,000 per year for two years to enhance high-quality neighborhood arts programs in two of Skillman's target Detroit neighborhoods - Brightmoor on the west side and Osborn on the east.


12/9/07

Sarasota, FL Ringling School of Art and Design 800-255-7695 To view all events National Portfolio Day events, go to: www.npda.org/events.html


12/6/07 at 5:00p

The tenth annual exhibition of work by one graduating senior from each of the degree-granting departments of the College; part of the annual Student Exhibition & Sale.


12/5/07 at 5:30p

New work by George Rahme FA'07.


12/2/07

Miami, FL New World School of the Arts 305-237-3620 To view all events National Portfolio Day events, go to: www.npda.org/events.html


12/1/07 at 5:00p

Annual Continuing Education Student Exhibition opens Dec. 1 and runs through Dec. 9


12/1/07

San Francisco, CA California College of the Arts 800-447-1ART To view all events National Portfolio Day events, go to: www.npda.org/events.html


12/1/07

Los Angeles, CA Otis College of Art & Design 800-527-6847 To view all events National Portfolio Day events, go to: www.npda.org/events.html


11/30/07

International Student Orientation


11/29/07 at 7:30p

For more information regarding College Fairs, please contact Sue Enright, Admissions Event Specialist, at senright@ccscad.edu or call (313) 664-7427.


11/28/07 at 5:30p

New work by George Rahme FA'07


11/28/07 at 12:00a

Metro Times recently profiled the studio of CCS Fine Arts faculty member Gilda Snowden in its "Motor City Cribs and Rides" feature.


11/27/07 at 5:00p

Inspired by an exhibition that originated at the Philadelphia Museum of Art, "Florence Knoll: Defining Modern" includes examples of vintage furniture designed by Florence Knoll as well as video, photographs, and plans and sketches for her interior design projects. As an architect, interior space planner and furniture designer, Florence Knoll profoundly influenced post-World War II design. Her reductive aesthetic, which incorporated light, open spaces furnished with elegant woven fabrics, furniture grouped for informal conversation, and brightly colored wall panels, clearly resonates in the Company's spirit today. Exhibition sponsored by KNOLL.


11/26/07 at 12:00a

The CCS Woodward Lecture Series is pleased to present Anne Pasternak for a free lecture on Thursday, November 29 at 7:30 p.m. in the Wendell W. Anderson Jr. Auditorium in the Walter B. Ford II Building on the College for Creative Studies campus.


11/26/07 at 12:00a

Since 2000, The College for Creative Studies has been a member of Adobe Partners by Design, an international program for select design schools that brings faculty, students, and the design community together to help tomorrow's designers fully develop their skills.


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