Xenith

CCS Product Design students rethink football safety through a sponsored project

CCS Product Design students rethink football safety through a sponsored project with Xenith, a Detroit-based football helmet and equipment manufacturer
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Harty

Kim Harty, CCS Section Chair of Glass, creates installation for new Detroit hotel

Kim Harty, CCS Section Chair of Glass, creates installation for the new Foundation Hotel Detroit.

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CCS makes the "Top 10 Schools for Visual Arts" list by College Magazine

CCS makes the "Top 10 Schools for Visual Arts" list by College Magazine

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Mario Moore

CCS Illustration alumnus featured in Rolling Out

CCS Illustration alumnus Mario Moore featured in Rolling Out for his social justice art work.
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Watch Me Work: Miranda Clark, Instructor, Photography

Art is a mode of communication, a way of talking — about who you are, what you think, what matters — to yourself and to others. It ignites and sustains conversations. Miranda Clark’s mode is the camera and her language is photography, a language that can only be described as pure wonder.
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CCS Ranked a Best Value Art School by PayScale

PayScale has released its College ROI Report for Art Schools, and the College for Creative Studies ranks in the Top Ten for return on investment among art and design schools nationally and number one in the Midwest.
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Chris Piscitelli

CCS Transportation Design alumnus interviewed by Roadshow

Chris Piscitelli, CCS Transportation Design alumnus (2013) and Senior Exterior Designer at Jeep, was recently interviewed by Roadshow Autos.

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Lookbook

Shinola's Spring Lookbook produced and art directed by CCS alumna Anastasia McKendrick

Shinola's Spring Lookbook produced and art directed by CCS alumna Anastasia McKendrick

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Between Detroit and Zimbabwe: Reflections on Cultural Exchange

In summer 2016, nine students from CCS travelled to Africa to explore, research and collaborate with 10 artists and designers from Chinhoyi University of Technology (CUT), about 75 miles outside of Harare. The study abroad was led by Johnson, faculty member and alumnus Adam Shirley (’93, Crafts) and award-winning documentary filmmaker Kumbulani Zamuchiya.

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Kelly Slank

Watch Me Work: Kelly Slank, Instructor, MFA Color & Materials Design

Color and materials designers used to be the unsung heroes of the design world. Give them a couch or a shoe, a car seat or stereo — any product we use, really — and their special brand of genius makes it sing with life: the color that attracts, yes, but also the pattern that completes a look, the finish that adds unmistakable vibrancy.

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CCS Transportation Design seniors envision the future of luxury interiors with Wards Auto

The design brief, developed by WardsAuto, challenges students to understand a brand’s interior design vocabulary and then transform it into something that is different but still recognizable. We also want students to learn about the importance of fine materials and craftsmanship in all design.
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Darby

CCS Transportation Design alumna interviewed by Jalopnik

Darby Barber, a College for Creative Studies/ Transportation Design alumna and creative designer at General Motors, was recently interviewed by Jalopnik. Check it out!
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AdExperience

The CCS Advertising department to host a Multicultural Career Exploration Event

High School Students: The CCS Advertising Experience --A Multicultural Career Exploration Event-- is April 10, 2017

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FAD Hero

CCS Fashion Accessories Design featured in Not Just a Label

CCS's Fashion Accessories Design program is featured in an article on Not Just A Label.
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CCS alumnus Mario Moore's solo exhibition at UICA featured in IVOH

CCS alumnus Mario Moore's solo show "Here + Now" is featured in this article about the exhibition currently running at the Urban Institute for Contemporary Arts, "US IS THEM."

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Weinstein Lecture

CCS's Illustration department welcomes illustrator Ellen Weinstein Wednesday, March 13

This week, CCS Illustration is excited to host editorial illustrator Ellen Weinstein. Weinstein is a regular contributor to TIME, The New York Times, The Atlantic, The Wall Street Journal and many other publications. Join us for a lecture on Wednesday, March 15 at 6:00pm in the Anderson Auditorium, Walter B. Ford II building, Ford Campus.

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Product Design Sophomore Takes Top Honor at Under Armour’s Design Future Show

CCS Sophomore Kurtis Hoffman (’19, Product Design) won first place for his footwear design at Under Armour’s Design Future Show, the newest iteration of the Future Show Innovation Challenge.
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Tyanna Buie

CCS professor Tyanna Buie teaches the healing power of art to children

Tyanna Buie, CCS Assistant Professor and Section Chair of Printmaking, teaches the healing power of art to children in La Crosse, Wisconsin.

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Photography Social Change

CCS Photography Department to host “Photography for Social Change”

The College for Creative Studies and the CCS Photography department have invited two well know photographersand activists: Wendy Ewald and Vincent Cianni to discuss with the CCS community how their efforts brought attention to their particular causes.

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Addys Flint

CCS's Advertising Department takes home ten American Advertising Association (AAF) Awards

The Advertising Department is proud to announce it has ten winners in the student competition of the American Advertising Association (AAF) Greater Flint Region.

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