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Featured News: December 14 2016
Watch Me Work: Steve Stanchfield, Assistant Professor, Entertainment Arts
Stanchfield’s recent restoration projects involve films produced in the 1930s and 40s, like the 1948 Alice in Wonderland, a film with both live action and animation made by puppet animator Lou Bunin, and the Flip the Frog cartoons made by the Ub Iwerks Studio.
“Double Street” Concept Moves Seoul Toward Smarter Mobility
In 2016, an interdisciplinary team of students and faculty from the College for Creative Studies led by Associate Professor and Chair of Transportation Design (BFA/MFA) Paul Snyder were invited by the Seoul Design Foundation to participate in a project rethinking mobility in this megacity. Snyder presented the team’s “Double Street” concept at the Seoul Smart Mobility International Conference/Exhibition in September.
CCS's MFA Color and Materials Design program featured in Metropolis Magazine
Ilitch Organization partners with CCS to bring student-led artwork to the District Detroit
CCS Fine Arts alumna's solo exhibition featured in Juxtapoz Magazine
CCS Fine Arts alumna Stephanie Buer's solo exhibition at Thinkspace Gallery in Culver City, CA is featured in Juxtapoz Magazine.
CCS Photography alumna documents President Barack Obama's farewell speech
CCS Welcomes Teague Design as next Toyota Lecture Series in Design
"Designing for the seams: rethinking the value of seamless to create better physical and digital in-betweens in transportation"
Paul Snyder, chair of CCS's Transportation Design programs, building virtual reality into curriculum
CCS alumna designs opening for Last Week Tonight with John Oliver
CCS alumna wins best documentary short film award at the Arab Film Festival
CCS alumna and director of "The People's Girls," Tinne Van Loon, wins best documentary short film award at the Arab Film Festival