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MFA Integrated Design Project on Display at the Smithsonian Design Museum
The 2030 Detroit Equitable Mobility, a joint project by the College for Creative Studies (CCS), Design Core Detroit, Ford Motor Company and the communications agency GTB has, is on display at the Smithsonian Design Museum as a part of the Road Ahead exhibition.
CCS Faculty Michael Stone-Richards Awarded The Andy Warhol Foundation Grant
Michael Stone-Richards, CCS professor of Critical Theory and Visual Studies, is the recipient of a $50,000 grant from the Andy Warhol Foundation for the Visual Arts Arts Writers Grant for his forthcoming book, Care of the City: Ruination, Abandonment, and Hospitality in Contemporary Practice.
Salon.com Reports on the Importance of Graduate Design Education
Attaining your graduate degree in design is an investment in your future - a launching point. Salon.com recently reported on "Why designers have arrived in corporate boardrooms" stating "Make no mistake — these are not typical designers, they are armed with graduate degrees in business, strategy and design."
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.