In an effort to promote the good work done by CCS Alumna’s non-profit the Empowerment Plan, Detroit Piston players purchased and are wearing the hand-made coats made by the Detroit-based company.
CCS Product Design student Minwoo Lee has developed the product “Aria,” a portable medical product created with the sole purpose of detecting malaria utilizing infrared light. Aria eradicates the need for medical specialists, expensive equipment and highly trained staff.
“The Office: A Day at Dunder Mifflin Elementary,” written by Robb Pearlman and gorgeously illustrated by CCS alumna Melanie Demmer, follows a young, suit-clad Michael Scott on his journey to become the “World’s Best Line Leader.”
Good Morning America recently featured CCS alumnus Mario Moore for the work created while a Princeton Hodder Fellow. His work pays homage to the campuses blue collar workers.
Assistant Professor of Crafts and Section Head of Ceramics, Baralaye has been making art since he was a child. Early on, he loved to draw and devoured books his father bought him in order to copy the work of famous artists. Later, he was fascinated by how to create art that could engage with space the way people do, so he studied sculpting in his high school AP art class.
This week’s oped in Crain’s Detroit Business written by Olga Stella, executive director of Design Core Detroit and Don Tuski, president of the College for Creative Studies in Detroit.