News & Events
CCS Students Document Transformation of Ford's New Corktown Campus
Nine students from various academic disciplines have spent the past 15 weeks working on the project. They’ve created paintings, taken architectural photographs, recorded oral and visual histories and created short stories. A couple of students created an app that allows the user to impose himself or herself against a backdrop of historic buildings and street scenes.
Entertainment Arts Student Wins Creative Arts Award
Every year the Sonoma Cultural and Fine Arts Commission chooses a recipient for their Student Creative Arts Award. This year CCS Entertainment Arts student Adie Valavanis was selected for her outstanding achievement in animation, character design, and puppet fabrication.
Glass Student Featured in the Jewish News
At the same time Simon Waranch is represented by two works as part of the Michigan Regional Glass Exhibition at the Janice Charach Gallery in West Bloomfield, he is exhibiting work to memorialize the Holocaust in a display at the Museum of Biblical Art in Dallas.
Inspiring Design: Hannah Whitefoot, CCS Fashion Accessories Design
Senior Fashion Accessories Design student Hannah Whitefoot is creating innovative, sustainable design, and, even before graduating from CCS in May 2019, she’s been putting her considerable skill to the test at work wear and outdoor apparel legend Carhartt.
Francis Vallejo Wins Prestigious Spectrum Gold Award
CCS Assistant Professor of Illustration Francis Vallejo has won the Spectrum Gold Award in the book category for illustrations he created for Neil Gaiman’s Anansi Boys (Folio Society, 2018). The highest honor in the field for science fiction and fantasy art, “Spectrum: The Best in Contemporary Fantastic Arts” annually presents gold and silver awards for exemplary illustration work from the previous year. Vallejo received the award at a ceremony on March 30 in Kansas City, Missouri.