Interlochen Art Camp Visual and Performing Arts College Fair

Last day for 40% refund/ credit for dropped credits (grade of W)

Applications due for December 2008 graduates

Applications for December 2008 graduation ($80.00 fee) due. After this date the $25.00 late fee applies

CCS alumnus Jay Shuster designs Pixar’s “Wall·E”

Sketch artist, Jay Shuster, a 1993 Industrial Design graduate, developed the featured characters, in Pixar's recent animated feature "Wall·E."
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CCS Alumnus Ralph Gilles to lead Chrysler Design

Transportation Design alumnus Ralph Gilles will take over the design operations at Chrysler as vice president - design on Sept. 1, following the retirement of Trevor Creed.
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2007 Southeastern Michigan Region of the Scholastic Art & Writing Awards Exhibition

February 3 through February 18, 2007
Monday – Friday 9 am to 5 pm
Saturday & Sunday 12 – 5 pm

A Conversation with Jens Gehlhaar

The College for Creative Studies and AIGA Detroit Presents An Afternoon with Jens Gehlhaar. Los Angeles Creative Director of Brand New School. Free Admission and open to all students. For more information please contact the Graphic Design Department at 313.664.7607

Accomplished Transportation Designer to Lead College for Creative Studies Transportation Design Program

Ford Motor Company Chief Designer and National Rod and Custom Car Hall of Fame inductee Larry Erickson named Paul and Helen Farago Chair of Transportation Design
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Robert Fanning and Alise Alousi

The Liberal Arts Department is pleased to present poets Robert Fanning and Alise Alousi. Fanning, author of The Seed Thieves (recently published by Marick Press to widespread praise), is a local poet rapidly gaining a national reputation. Alousi writes from a personal and political perspective and has published her work in a variety of local and national journals. Both poets will be joining CCS for a poetry reading and discussion of the writing process.

The Woodward Lecture Series Presents: Polly Apfelbaum, instalation artist

Polly Apfelbaums highly variegated work consists primarily of large-scale installations of dye-on-fabric paintings, stunningly composed to cover vast portions of museum or gallery floors. Described by the artist as fallen paintings, in reference to their irreverent position on the ground, these are hybrid works in stunning, eye-popping colors that exist in the ambivalent space between painting, sculpture and installation. As critic Lane Reylea has written: "Apfelbaum's work is both painting and sculpture, and perhaps photography and fashion and formless material process as well. It is all these things-wildly so and wildly not so." Apfelbaum was born in 1955 in Pennsylvania and has lived and worked in New York City since 1978. Her recent exhibitions include Comic Abstraction at MoMA, New York, Extreme Abstraction at the Albright Knox Museum, Buffalo, NY, The Shape of Color at Art Gallery of Ontario, and Like Color in Pictures at the Aspen Musuem of Art. A mid-career retrospective, organized by the ICA in Philadelphia, traveled the country during 2003-04.

The Woodward Lecture Series Presents: Mira Schor, writer and painter

Mira Schor is a painter and writer. Her paintings explore written language as visual image as she proposes a critical theory of painting that bridges the gap between cognition and materiality. Her work was recently featured in "Air Kissing: Contemporary Art About the Art World," at Momenta Art, in Brooklyn, N.Y. She is the author of "Wet: On Painting, Feminism, and Art Culture," is the former co-editor of M/E/A/N/I/N/G magazine, and is co-editor of "M/E/A/N/I/N/G: An Anthology of Artists Writings, Theory, and Criticism," found online at She is completing work on a new collection of her essays from Duke University Press and is editing "The Extreme of the Middle: The Writings of Jack Tworkov," for Yale University Press, both in 2009. Schor teaches in the MFA in Fine Arts Program at Parsons The New School for Design. She is the recipient of a National Endowment for the Arts Fellowship in Painting; a Guggenheim Fellowship in Painting; a Pollock-Krasner Foundation grant in Painting; the College Art Associations Frank Jewett Mather Award in Art Criticism.

Fall courses...

Fall courses will be dropped if SUMMER tuition/fees are not paid in full. $75 late fee assessed.

Final Grades

Final grades through WebAdvisor (to students without holds on their account or student records)


Final Payment Dues (remaining balance) Late payments assessed $25 late fee.

Late/Final deadline

Summer 2008 Application for Graduation ($105 fee) No summer 2008 Applications for Graduation accepted after this date.

Last day

Last day of summer classes.

Last day

Last day to withdraw from summer classes

No Classes - Independence Day

Returning student housing move-in

Fall 2008 classes begin

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