CNN Features the Work of CCS Alumnus and Princeton Hodder Fellow
As a part of his experience as a Hodder Fellow at Princeton University, CCS Illustration alumnus Mario Moore created a series of portraits depicting blue-collar campus workers around Princeton and is now being featured on CNN.
CCS Alumna Opens Tattoo Parlor and Art Collective
CCS Illustration alumna Samm Rae recently hosted the grand opening of her brand new KarmaKnife Tattoo and Art Collective in downtown Jackson, Michigan. This collective not only acts as a tattoo parlor, but also a fine art gallery featuring the work of local artists, who receive 100% of the proceeds.
Renown California Illustrator and CCS Alumnus Featured in the Desert Sun
Born in Haiti and raised in Miami, Serge Gay, the San Francisco-based artist and CCS Illustration alumnus wanted to compose a "love letter" to the mid-century modern heritage and retro revival that Palm Springs is known for.
CCS Alumnus Partakes in Panel Discussion Surrounding Solo Exhibition
Lewis Center for the Arts at Princeton is hosting a panel discussion on CCS Illustration alumnus Mario Moore’s exhibition "The Work of Several Lifetimes" of black men and women who work at or around the Princeton University campus in blue collar jobs.
Hodder Fellow and CCS Alumnus Exhibits Work in Solo Exhibition at Princeton University
“The Work of Several Lifetimes,” an exhibition of new work created over the past year by 2018-19 Hodder Fellow and CCS Illustration alumnus Mario Moore, presenting etchings, drawings, and large-scale paintings of Black men and women who work at or around the Princeton University campus.