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Illustration alumnus and renowned New York artist Mario Moore, was recently featured by Minus 37, an online magazine featuring the best in emerging photography, art, fashion, and music from artists under 37 years of age.
Long-time Creative Writing instructor Dorene O'Brien launches her second short story collection, “What It Might Feel Like to Hope.”
Renowned New York artist and CCS alumnus Kevin Beasley was recently featured in the New York Times for his solo exhibition at the Whitney Museum of American Art.
Artists with special needs from Friendship Circle’s Soul Studio in West Bloomfield are currently featuring their works of art at CCS's exhibit “Mirror, Mirror" which runs through March 30.
Senior footwear designer at Converse and Illustration alumna Amy Rauner reveals how she (and so many others) have become footwear designers, starting their path at CCS.
About 2,000 of the boxy, shiny, CCS-alumnus-designed Quadrobot U1 will begin service with the Chinese postal service late this year, delivering packages in cities along the populous South Coast.
Renowned New York City painter and CCS alumna Brenda Goodman is having a solo exhibition at Sikkema Jenkins Gallery in New York city that runs until February 23rd.
Thomas Kearns, Transportation Design alumnus and Chief Designer at KIA, recently walked Car and Driver through the new Telluride, the brand's largest SUV yet.
Kayla Donaldson (Fashion Accessories Design, 2019) designs new Adidas Speedfactory x Foot Locker colorway, AM4DET
House is the 11th artist to receive the Kresge honor and $50,000 award for her contributions to art form, cultural community and residents of the city.
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