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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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Innovative public art program offers hands-on learning experience for CCS students.
Sixteen metro Detroit artists and two collaborating groups have been selected to receive 2018 Kresge Artist Fellowships. In addition, four emerging artists are receiving Gilda Awards in this 10th year of the program, bringing the total number of artist awards given during the first ten years of Kresge Arts in Detroit to 200.
This dedicated painter looks to history to tell stories about how we live now.
Beginning his 25th year leading the College for Creative Studies (CCS), President Richard L. Rogers has announced his retirement, effective June 30, 2019.
Recent CCS Product Design graduate Andrew Lark is featured in CCS's "Work Studies" series. Lark is now working as a product designer at Xenith sporting goods.
CCS Illustration alumnus Mario Moore is featured in AFROPUNK talking about his recent journey back to health after brain surgery and the work that came out of that recovery. That work will be featured in an upcoming solo exhibition "Recovery" at David Klein Gallery, which opens June 30th.
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.
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