CCS Provost Sooshin Choi to give keynote address at this year's IDSA Education Symposium
Join us for the Art of Detroit, a benefit for the College for Creative Studies
Saks Fifth Avenue presents The Art of Detroit, a benefit for College for Creative Studies on Friday, August 21 from 6pm to 9pm at Saks Fifth Avenue in Troy, Michigan.
CCS Graphic Design Professor Chad Reichert to speak at Typecon
CCS Graphic Design Associate Professor Chad Reichert to speak at Typecon 2015 in Denver, Colorado on"Wood as Teacher."
CCS Fine Arts alumnus in solo exhibition at de Appel Arts Centre in Amsterdam, Netherlands
CCS Fine Arts alumnus and well-known international fine artist Michael E. Smith is having a solo exhibition at de Appel Arts Centre in Amsterdam, Netherlands.
Interview with CCS's new chair of Entertainment Arts featured in DBusiness
An interview with CCS's Entertainment Arts chair, Tim Flattery, is featured in DBusiness.
CCS named 2015 top design school by Graphic Design USA
CCS alumnus and owner of 1xRun co-creates Detroit's first street art festival
CCS Illustration alumnus in solo exhibition at Winston Salem State University
CCS Illustration alumnus Mario Moore in solo exhibition, "Golden Lady" at Winston Salem State University.
CCS Illustration alumna publishes coloring books illustrating Michigan's hottest tourist destinations
CCS Fiber Design student wins Outstanding Student Award from the Surface Design Association
Major congrats goes to CCS Fiber Design student Jenna VanFleteren who has received an "Outstanding Student Award" from the Surface Design Association.
CCS alumni exhibiting work at the Woods Gallery in Huntington Woods
CCS alumni and art educators in the Utica Community Schools District, Gail Borowski and Lauren May, are showing their work in "Colors of the Spirit" at the Woods Gallery in Huntington Woods, Mich., starting tomorrow, July 1 - August 24.
CCS Photography alumnus one of four recipients of Aimia/AGO Photography Prize
4 international artists, including CCS alumnus and commercial photographer Dave Jordano, have been shortlisted for the 2015 Aimia/AGO Photography Prize, Canada's most prestigious photography award. All four of the chosen artists will receive a 6-week artist residency in Canada and one of them will receive a $50,000 award based on public vote
CCS Chair of Foundations exhibiting at the Fort Wayne Museum of Art
CCS Chair of Foundations Robert Schefman is exhibiting at the Fort Wayne Museum of Art until September 13, 2015.
CCS Illustration Chair interviewed by ICON9 The Illustration Conference
CCS Illustration Chair interviewed by ICON9 The Illustration Conference about his participation in last year's symposium and more.
CCS Fine Arts Sculpture Section Chair featured in Detroit News
CCS Fine Arts Sculpture Section Chair, Chido Johnson, is featured in this Detroit News article about the African folk art tradition of making wire cars, which he has brought to Detroit.
CCS Welcomes New Trustees
CCS Graphic Design alumnus and Director of Experience Design at COLLINS creates first immersive app for a music video
CCS Graphic Design alumnus ('08) and Director of Experience Design at COLLINS brand agency in New York City, Brett Renfer, helped create an immersive app that lets viewers become a part of the brand new Azealia Banks video for her single "Wallace." Here Renfer speaks about his role in creating this unique music experience.
CCS Interior Design alumna featured in the Oakland Press
CCS Interior Design alumna and owner of Lupo Interiors, Andrea Lupo, is featured in the Oakland Press.
New CCS Chair of Entertainment Arts featured in MetroTimes
New CCS Chair of Entertainment Arts, CCS alumnus and Hollywood concept designer Tim Flattery is featured in MetroTimes
CCS MFA alumni awarded Core77 Design Award in the category of Furniture & Lighting for their design,
CCS MFA alumni win Core77 Design Award in the category of Furniture & Lighting for their design, "Opla (Comfort in Subway)." Be sure to click on the link and vote for their design, which is in the running for a community choice award. Voting is open until June 22.