Thursday, November 11, CCS welcomes NYT art critic Holland Cotter

CCS welcomes New York Times art critic Holland Cotter for the next Woodward Lecture

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9 Fashion Careers You Didn’t Know Existed

Accessories make up a big part of a person’s style, and there are people who focus their careers entirely on these important little details. In fact, did you know you can go to school solely for fashion accessory design? The College For Creative Studies in Detroit offers a Bachelors of Fine Arts in the subject.

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CCS alumni in group photography exhibition at the Detroit Institute of Arts

The photographic exhibition at the Detroit Institute of Arts, 'Detroit After Dark: Photographs from the DIA Collection' is a must see AND it's chock-full of CCS alumni!
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Kim Harty

Watch Me Work: Kim Harty, Assistant Professor and Crafts Section Head of Glass

Watching Kim Harty in CCS’s glass studio is a little like the first time you saw a magician levitate someone or cut a person in half. You figure the fix is in, but you’re caught up in the game anyway. In the hot shop, Harty’s meditative gestures coax a small pyramid-shaped vessel from what had been a shapeless lump. The process is mesmerizing.
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CCS welcomes textile designer Reiko Sudo for next Toyota Lecture Series

Tonight is our next Toyota USA Lecture Series in Design with special guest Reiko Sudo, Japanese textile designer and Co-Founder, CEO and Design Director of NUNO. Don't miss it!

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CCS teams up with Kettering University for important symposium

Kettering Provost James Zhang kicked off the inaugural Kettering University/College for Creative Studies symposium quoting the 2014 Sony Walkman commercial, this past week. The symposium was developed to solidify the importance of interdisciplinary collaboration between Kettering University (KU) and CCS, as it is becoming crucial to have both technology and design to drive creative synergy.

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CCS's Fashion Accessories Design program featured in Teen Vogue

Teen Vogue recently reached out to CCS's Chair of Fashion Accessories Design for their article, "9 Fashion Careers You Didn’t Know Existed"

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Join us Friday for the opening of We See: Salwan Georges | Dave Jordano | Vanessa Miller | Rashaun Rucker

Join us this Friday in the Valade Family Gallery for the opening of We See: Salwan Georges | Dave Jordano | Vanessa Miller | Rashaun Rucker
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CCS to host 2016 National Portfolio Day

CCS is set to host this year's National Portfolio Day on Sunday, October 30th.

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CCS Chair of Transportation Design talks future of design at Autoblog Upshift event

CCS Chair of Transportation Design Paul Snyder talked about the future of automotive design at the Autoblog Upshift event.

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CCS signs articulation agreement with FH Joanneum in Austria

CCS is pleased to sign an agreement with FH Joanneum (FHJ) on September 23, 2016. FH Joanneum is a university located in Graz, Austria with a leading art and design programs.

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CCS welcome new Associate Professor of Product Design, Von Robinson

is pleased to announce that Von Robinson has been hired as an Associate Professor in our Product Design program

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CCS featured in episode of Translogic on Autoblog

CCS's Transportation Design program is featured in an episode of Translogic on Autoblog

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Ray Johnson

Art in America covers the exhibition currently running in CCS's Valade Family Gallery, "Ray Johnson: The Bob Boxes."

Art in America has written a story about the exhibition currently running in CCS's Valade Family Gallery, "Ray Johnson: The Bob Boxes."
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CCS Alumna and Fuseproject's Lead Industrial Designer featured in Fastco Design

CCS Alumna and Fuseproject's Lead Industrial Designer, Amina Horozić, is featured in Fastco Design
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Watch Me Work: Tyanna Buie, Assistant Professor, Fine Arts Section Chair of Printmaking

Who’s got next? You do, says printmaking professor Tyanna Buie. Whatever you were thinking about doing today, let that go. Head over to the print studio with Tyanna Buie and learn a thing or two. Even if you’re majoring in something else. Even if you don’t know what printmaking is or how to do it.

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Colin Phipps

CCS alumnus to head GM's Chinese venture, SGMW

CCS alumnus Colin Phipps leaves Cadillac to head design at GM's Chinese joint venture, SGMW.
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Murals in the Market

Detroit's Murals in the Market led by CCS Illustration alumnus

1xRUN's Murals In The Market is underway! For a week, Detroit welcomes 50+ artists from all corners of the globe who come together to create large-scale murals in Eastern Market, Detroit. Dan Armand, CCS alumnus and co-founder of 1xRUN and Inner State Gallery, is one of the talents that makes this happen. Check out this video featuring Dan and his fellow CCS alumni who worked on the murals in 2015.
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CCS Photography Professor featured in this month's PDNedu

CCS Photography Professor and environmental advocate, John Ganis, is featured in this month's PDNedu.
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CCS's Office of Exhibitions & Public Programs featured in Culture Source

Formerly the Director of CCS’s Center Galleries—as well as Founding Director of Kresge Arts in Detroit (KAID) since its inception in 2008, Perron has stepped away from KAID in order to take up the role as inaugural Director of the newly-formed Office of Exhibitions & Public Programs at CCS.
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