9/5/07 at 12:00a

CCS Center Galleries will kick off the fall season beginning Friday, September 7 with an opening event from 6 - 8 p.m.


9/4/07

Full charges apply - no refunds (grade of WN begins). (Each 5 week Materials and Precesses classes must be dropped by the end of the fourth week of class.)


9/4/07

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


9/3/07

Art at the Center is a week long, studio-intensive creative workshop for high school art teachers. Attendees can participate in two hands-on workshops that offer new experiences and resources while helping to develop new concepts and methods to use in the classroom. Out of studio trips to museums, art galleries and other cultural ?hot spots? are designed to further inspire and invigorate the art educator. To get more information or RSVP, please contact Sue Enright, Admissions Events Specialist, at senright@ccscad.edu or (313) 664-7427


9/2/07 at 12:00a

Renowned American artist, Douglas Malone, has joined CCS as a faculty member in the Foundation department.


9/1/07

Center Galleries:
Boldly Embedded: American Quilts from Lancaster County to Gee’s Bend Collected by Kempf Hogan

This exhibition, showcasing the beauty and economy of a dazzling array of American quilts, includes samples of 19th century quilts from Lancaster County, Pennsylvania, American Studio quilts, and contemporary African-American quilts, all originally collected by noted Michigan patron Kempf Hogan.

Opening Reception: Friday, September 7 from 6 - 8 p.m.

Alumni & Faculty Hall:
Black/White, work by CCS alumni

Permanent Collection Gallery:
Recent Acquisitions

For more information, contact Gallery Director Michelle Perron at 313.664.7800 or mperron@ccscd.edu.


8/31/07

The ADC Annual Awards honors the best work from around the world in print and broadcast advertising, interactive media, graphic design, packaging, photography and illustration. Following on the heels of the awards ceremony, the ADC sends the Gold, Silver and Distinctive Merit work on a worldwide tour - from New York to Sao Paolo, Wiezbaden to Bejing, and scores of venues in between including the College for Creative Studies in Detroit. April 1-27, 2008 Walter B. Ford II Atrium 201 E. Kirby, Detroit, MI 48202 Hours: M/F 9AM-9PM, Sat 9AM-8PM Sun Noon-6PM Please join the faculty and students of the Advertising Design Department for this amazing exhibition. For more information: Contact Mark Zapico Chair, Advertising Design 313-664-7870 or mzapico@ccscad.edu


8/29/07

Opening Friday, May 11, 2007 The ninth annual exhibition of work by one graduating senior from each of the degree-granting departments of the College. This is a featured exhibition of the annual CCS Student Exhibitio


8/28/07

Last day for 60% refund/credit for dropped credits (grade of W).


8/17/07 at 12:00a

Join us for the premiere of “Helvetica,” a feature-length independent film about typography, graphic design and global visual culture, Wednesday, September 12, 2007 at 7:00 p.m.


8/12/07

Information Sessions are designed for prospective students with an in-depth campus visit/tour and information on admissions and our academic departments. For more infomation please call 313.664.7427


8/8/07

Information Sessions are designed for prospective students with an in-depth campus visit/tour and information on admissions and our academic departments. For more infomation please call 313.664.7427


8/6/07 at 12:00a

The Juried Print Show will run October 5 - November 4. The juror is master printmaker Zdzislaw R. Sikora, chair, Fine Arts, CCS.


8/2/07 at 3:30p

Atlanta, GA Maryland Institute, College of Art 410- 669-9200 To view all events National Portfolio Day events, go to: www.npda.org/events.html


7/30/07

Final grades available to students without holds on their accounts or student records.


7/26/07


7/25/07 at 12:00a

Metro Detroit businessmen E. Mark Gregory, III and James M. Nicholson, have joined the CCS Board of Trustees.


7/23/07 at 12:00a

CCS students who can show a valid student ID will be able to attend the world renowned Meadow Brook Concours d’Elegance, for free according to organizers of the classic car show. The Concours takes place Sunday, August 5, 2007 on the plush grounds of historic Meadow Brook Hall on the campus of Oakland University.


7/21/07

English Placement Exercise 2


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