Glass student Simon Waranch opens show at Dallas’ Museum of Biblical Art
The only way Simon Waranch might experience a glass ceiling is if he made it. With two more years until he graduates in 2021, this Crafts: Glass sophomore already has the professional exposure art students dream about. On November 24, the Museum of Biblical Art in Dallas, Texas, will open “Glass Matters: The Emergence of Artist Simon Waranch,” and in summer 2019 the Longview Museum of Fine Arts will launch his one-man show in the main gallery.
Crafts Alumna in Solo Exhibition at the Saginaw Art Museum
April Wagner, owner of Epiphany Studios and CCS Crafts alumna, is having a solo exhibition, "Molten Sensuality: The Crystalline Creations of April Wagner," at the Saginaw Art Museum. The exhibition opens October 5th and runs through January 2019.
Feather Chiaverini awarded a 2018 “Outstanding Student Award” from the Surface Design Association (SDA)
Crafts: Fiber and Textiles senior Feather Chiaverini was awarded a 2018 “Outstanding Student Award” from the Surface Design Association (SDA) for “Homonormativity,” a large-scale piece (31”x56”) made of laser-cut and batiked felt.
CCS Alumni Magazine, Summer 2017
A former Crafts student wins a $35,000 grant to level up her experimental design and manufacturing studio. An Advertising: Design alum taps a hot rock band to help a timeless brand inspire millennials. One Fine Arts alumna uses flashy symbols to explore the lives of real Detroiters, and another uses her pen to explore a 20th-century literary icon. An Illustration alumnus creates concept art for his favorite TV show.