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Featured News: May 07 2018
CCS Color and Materials Design alumna and current CMF designer at Newell Brands, Alexa Ulbrich, is featured in an article in Metropolis Magazine.
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When we talk about talking to each other in the 21st century — communication, connection — the emphasis is often on how technology enhances or diminishes personal interaction.
CCS alumnus Taurus Burns' solo exhibition "Troublemaker" is on view at Hatch Art until this Saturday, May 26.
"Troublemaker," said Detroit art critic and long-time CCS faculty member Dennis Nawrocki, "is a potent, powerful show - You feel the hand, and the swing of the brush."
CCS is pleased to announce the appointment of William Shields as the interim Provost.
Mullins is the Co-Founder of Lunar North — along with friend and fellow alum SCOTT WARANIAK (’10, Communication Design) — a boutique design studio that serves up a range of services but specializes in branding, animation and post-production.
Chris Houghton, CCS Illustration alumnus and creator of the original Disney series "Big City Greens" was named one of 10 "Animators to Watch" by Variety Magazine.
As car companies transition into mobility companies, Detroit and CCS offer THE best educational options for learning the art of transportation design. Students from all over the world come to CCS's MFA and BFA Transportation Design programs to broaden their horizons for entering the world of mobility design through cross-disciplinary projects and working directly with the rapidly growing mobility industry.
After three years of work, Detroit’s first and only community-generated, artist-fabricated bus shelters are popping up at the intersection of Plymouth and Evergreen in Detroit’s Cody Rouge community this Spring.
Aki Choklat, chair of College for Creative Studies-Fashion Accessories Design program, was on FOX 2 Detroit last Friday showing off the work of his students and promoting the department's first trunk show, which was this past Saturday at the Detroit Clothing Circle.
Meet CCS Entertainment Arts: Digital Film and Videography sophomore, Jalyn Baity,�featured here in Detroit Eats. Here Baity talks about a typical day at CCS as a student, his recent student trip to Haiti and what he loves about our great city, Detroit.
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