Art Practice (Fine Arts)
Detroit Art Billboard Campaign Features CCS Professor
“In the Air: Voices from Detroit and Beyond” is an outdoor art exhibition on billboards. Eight artists were invited to create works in response to the COVID-19 pandemic and racial injustice — with each piece being featured for one month on a billboard across from the Museum of Contemporary Art Detroit, including the work of CCS Assistant Professor and Section Chair of Printmaking, Tyanna Buie.
Pepsi's 'Full of Detroit Soul' Campaign Features CCS Alumni
CCS Alumna Sabrina Nelson Teams With Echopark Guitars
WDET 101.9FM has teamed up with Detroit-based Echopark Guitars and celebrated artist, educator and CCS Fine Arts alumna Sabrina Nelson to raffle a one-of-a-kind electric guitar crafted from 100-year-old Michigan hardwood. The raffle drawing will be on November 27th, visit www.wdet.org/guitar for more information.
Shepard Fairey Selects CCS Professor to Help With New Milwaukee Mural
Internationally acclaimed artist Shepard Fairey and his Obey Giant team will begin painting a seventy-four hundred square foot mural entitled “Voting Rights Are Human Rights,” on the north side of the Colby Abbot building in downtown Milwaukee this week and he's hand-selected CCS Assistant Professor and Section Chair of Printmaking, Tyanna Buie, as a collaborating artist.
Bomb Magazine Interviews CCS Alumna Brenda Goodman
Brenda Goodman is now experiencing a new level of success. Her career began in the early 1960s in her native Detroit, where she was one of the few women artists in the legendary Cass Corridor movement and a Fine Arts student at the College for Creative Studies.