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Featured News: March 26 2018
CCS Illustration senior Sheila Nicolin is featured in the latest issue of the Metropolitan.
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CCS to host the CCS Advertising Experience (AdEx): A Multicultural Career Exploration Event. High school students are invited to learn more about careers in the world of Art, Design and Media.
The artwork of Charles McGee, Bill Rauhauser and Clinton Snider will be featured in Making Home: Contemporary Works from the DIA. The exhibit examines the idea of home across eight broad categories: Urbanization, Displacement, (In)security, Domesticity, Childhood Imagination, Home and Community, Melancholy and the Sublime.
Aki Choklat, renowned footwear and accessories designer and Chair of CCS's Fashion Accessories Design program, was recently interviewed by the Council of Fashion Designers of America (CFDA) about why CCS and Detroit are THE place to study fashion accessories and what traits his international career brings to the program.
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“D-Cyphered,” Jenny Risher’s (’97, Photography) poetic and groundbreaking portrait series on Detroit’s hip-hop artists, DJs, producers, promoters and more, ran at the Detroit Institute of Arts from August 4, 2017 — February 28, 2018.
The Detroit Institute of Arts recently acquired a painting "Queen Mother Helen Moore," by CCS Illustration alumnus Mario Moore for their suite of African American art.
Jason Mayden, CCS Product Design alumnus and former lead designer at Nike's Air Jordan brand, has switched professional gears to focus more on what matters most to him, his kids. As the CEO of his new youth footwear line SuperHeroic, now Mayden can focus on inspiring physical movement and imaginative play in children.
The Detroit Creative Corridor Center (DC3) kicked off its Drinks x Design event at the Loft At 1420 by announcing its new brand identity: Design Core Detroit.
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