CollegeWeekLive Virtual College Fair

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The Woodward Lecture Series Presents: John Chamberlain, sculptor

Born in Rochester, Indiana in 1927, John Chamberlain is an American sculptor, painter, photographer and film maker whose work has been widely acclaimed since the late 1950s. He studied at the Art Institute of Chicago and at Black Mountain College in North Carolina where he was exposed to the vanguard theories of both artists and poets. He moved to New York City in 1957 and developed his method of assemblage, making his first works out of crushed automobile parts, a practice for which he became immediately recognized and renowned. In addition to working with steel, the medium for which he is best know, Chamberlain made films in the late 1960s, and has employed various other media such as automobile spray paint on canvas, chrome photography, foam, foil, paper bags, and Plexiglas. Both the Guggenheim Museum in New York and the Museum of Contemporary Art in Los Angeles have organized major retrospectives of his work, which is also included in over 60 major public collections around the world.

CCS’s CAP office embarks on new collaboration with Mosaic Youth Theatre

CCS’s Community Arts Partnerships (CAP) program has developed a new program with the Mosaic Youth Theatre of Detroit to train members of Mosaic's Technical Crew in the areas of Theatre Arts & Design. Students that participate in the program will design the sets for Mosaic’s production of Crossing 8 Mile this May.
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CCS Advertising Design student wins Gold in the 2008 Create Awards

CCS Advertising Design student Marcus Morabito was recently awarded a Gold in the Student Advertising/Art Direction Magazine Ad, Consumer category of the 2008 Create Awards. The ad “Rant” was created by Morabito is his Copywriting 1 class.

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Oakland Schools Technical Campus Northwest Annual Open House and Career & College Night

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New Rochelle High School Portfolio Review Day

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Pratt Institute

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School of the Art Institute of Chicago

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CCS Woodward Lecture Series Welcomes Painter Eric Fischl on Thursday, October 2

The CCS Woodward Lecture Series is pleased to present Erick Fischl for a free lecture on Thursday, October 2 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.
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CCS Liberal Arts adjunct professor James Hart participates in the symposium Avant Garde Art: The Legacy of a Term

A symposium titled Avant Garde Art: The Legacy of a Term will be held on Sunday, October 5th, 2008 beginning at 2:00 p.m. at MOCAD (4454 Woodward Ave., Detroit).
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CCS Liberal Arts adjunct professor Dennis Nawrocki updates his book Art in Detroit Public Places

The third edition of a favorite guide to major examples of public art in metropolitan Detroit has been updated for the first time since 1999.
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Winter 2009 classes begin

Recruiting Event - Beijing, China

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Open Registration for Winter 2009

Open registration for Winter 2009 (via WebAdvisor only 12/23/08- 1/2/09) All outstanding balances must be paid in full, all holds removed in order to register

Alexander W. Dreyfoos, Jr. School of the Arts College Fair

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Last Day to Withdraw from Fall 2008 classes

Absolutely no withdrawals after this date Must have staff advisor's signature on blue Drop/Add Form A,B,C,D (including + and -), F or I are the only grades that can be assigned to students who remain enrolled in classes after this date (each Materials and Processes class must be dropped by the end of the fourth week of class) FALL 2008 accounts not paid in full by this date are assessed a $75 delinquency fee (in addition to $25 late fees as they apply)

Sage College of Albany Annual Portfolio Day

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Recruiting Event - Taipei, Taiwan

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CCS Fine Arts Associate Professor Marsha Pels holds solo exhibition, "Dead Mother, Dead Cowboy”

Renowned sculptor and CCS Fine Arts Associate Professor Marsha Pels recently opened a solo exhibition titled, Dead Mother, Dead Cowboy at Schroeder Romero gallery in Chelsea, New York which runs through October 4, 2008.
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Graphic Design Chair Doug Kisor awarded AIGA Fellow

Doug Kisor, Graphic Design, chair, was honored with the AIGA Fellow award, at the AIGA Design Legend Gala in New York City on September 18.
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