The Woodward Lecture Series Presents: Anne Waldman, Poet and Visual Arts Collaborator

Anne Waldman is an internationally known poet, performer, professor, and editor with strong personal links to the New York School, the Beat Literary Movement and the experimental strands of the New American Poetry. She is a Distinguished Professor of Poetics at The Jack Kerouac School of Disembodied Poetics at Naropa University in Boulder, Colorado, a program she co-founded with poet Allen Ginsberg in 1974. She is the author of more than thirty books, and co-editor of countless books, periodicals and journals. She is the recipient of grants from the National Endowment for the Arts, the Poetry Foundation and is a winner of The Shelley Memorial Award for poetry. Anne Waldman’s considerable literary archives reside at the Hatcher Graduate Library in Ann Arbor, Michigan, which hosted a symposium and exhibit from that collection in March of 2002. Waldman’s collaborations with visual artists are legendary, and she will discuss this convergence of minds in a talk entitled “THIRD EYE/MIND,” covering her projects with artists Joe Brainard, George Schneeman, Susan Rothenberg, Richard Tuttle, Donna Dennis and Pat Steir. Lectures take place in: The Wendell W. Anderson Jr. Auditorium Walter B. Ford II Building (corner of John R and Frederick Douglass) College for Creative Studies campus For more information call: 313.664.7800

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Northwestern Michigan College

5:30 – 6:00 pm - CCS video presentation – Fine Arts Auditorium (F115) 6:00 – 7:00 pm- portfolio reviews and informal transfer credit evaluations (F115) For more details, students can contact: Katherine Campbell, CCS Admissions Counselor (313) 664-7814 kcampbell@collegeforcreativestudies.edu

Kendall College of Art & Design

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

Oakland Community College Night, Orchard Ridge Campus

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Harrison High School's COLLEGESCOPE

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Big Rapids MACRAO College Night

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Toronto, Canada - National Portfolio Day, OCAD

For more information on this event please contact jdickey@collegeforcreativestudies.edu or call 313.664.7428.

Marian High School College Night

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CCS and AIGA Detroit Present the Toyota Lecture on Design: Celebrate Michigan Design

CCS and AIGA Detroit present the Toyota Lecture on Design: Celebrate Michigan Design; celebrating the past, present and future of graphic design in Michigan on Wednesday, November 19, 2008 from 6:30 – 10:00 p.m. (Doors open at 6:00 p.m.). The event features Edward Fella, Nelson Greer and Ron Rae, prominent design-illustrators who will share their experiences of working in the 60’s Detroit commercial art industry.
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John Stephenson and Suzanne Stephenson "Pillars: Four Decades in Clay"

This survey exhibition recognizes the artistic achievements of two extraordinary Michigan artists who have dedicated their lives to the advancement of ceramic art.

Last Day for 80% refund/ credit for dropped credits (grade of W)

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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Last day for 100% refund/credit for dropped credits

Columbus College of Art & Design

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

School of Visual Arts, Austin, TX

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

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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