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Featured News: June 28 2018
CCS MFA Interaction Design students' full-scale replica of Gordon Pask’s visionary 1968 installation “Colloquy of Mobiles” is featured in Hyperallergic.
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Kevin Beasley (’07, Fine Arts) recently wrapped his first-ever show in Boston at The Institute of Contemporary Art (ICA), which ran from May 9-August 26. Calling him, “among the most significant young artists working today,” the museum featured Beasley’s work from the previous five years — sculptures made from found clothing and objects (often the artist’s own), including shredded t-shirts, hoodies, do-rags and basketball jerseys, embedded with microphones and acoustic equipment.
Crafts: Fiber and Textiles senior Feather Chiaverini was awarded a 2018 “Outstanding Student Award” from the Surface Design Association (SDA) for “Homonormativity,” a large-scale piece (31”x56”) made of laser-cut and batiked felt.
The College for Creative Studies announces new full-time faculty appointments for the Fall 2018 semester. Of the eight appointments, five are held by faculty members who are already a part of the CCS community and are taking on new, more expansive roles at the College.
Valerie Jenkins has joined the College for Creative Studies as Associate Professor and Chair of Fine Arts. Prior to CCS, Jenkins was Visiting Professor at the Minneapolis College of Art and Design (MCAD) and, for 14 years until 2013, Associate Professor and Chair of Fine Arts at the College of Visual Arts (CVA) in St. Paul, Minnesota.
Tyanna Buie, CCS Assistant Professor of Fine Arts and Section Chair of Printmaking, is currently exhibiting her work at the Lynden Sculpture Garden in Milwaukee, Wisconsin.
Kevin Beasley, CCS Fine Arts alumnus and renowned NYC-based artist, recently exhibited his sculptural work at the Institute of Contemporary Art, Boston.
Feather Chiaverini, CCS Crafts Fibers and Textiles student recently was awarded an "Outstanding Student Award 2018" from the Surface Design Association for his piece "Homonormativity."
Alan Kaniarz, longtime CCS faculty member, furniture maker and all-around craftsman, was recently highlighted by Deadline Detroit.
Illustration alumnus Mario Moore was recently interviewed by Sheen Magazine about what inspires him as an artist and more.
CCS Alumnus Bill Morrison created the first-ever graphic novel adaptation of the Beatles “Yellow Submarine” 50 years after the film was released. The novel made a debut at Comic-Con 2018.
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