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Tyanna Buie, Assistant Professor and Printmaking Section Chair in CCS's Fine Arts department, will be exhibiting her work for Detroit Art Week at the Simone DeSousa Gallery.
Fashion Week Daily sent talented, N.Y.-based illustrator and CCS Illustration alumnus, A.E. Kieren, to Fire Island for the Invasion of the Pines to sketch some of the greatest looks of the day. The annual event held on July 4th brought visitors from around the world.
CCS Digital Film alumnus and owner of L.A.-based creative agency M99 Studios, Michael Mauro, was recently featured in Forbes due to his success in concert production design for some of hip hop's biggest performances.
Alumnus Kurtis Hoffman will take a deep dive into athletic gear design when he begins Adidas’ Design Academy in October 2019.
Alumna Kayla Donaldson (2019) displayed her CCS senior thesis accessories collection to fashion industry insiders and influencers in prestigious showcase, June 17–18.
During Belfug Sener's final year in CCS's MFA Integrated Design program, she designed a smartphone application for tweens called "Squad," which has been awarded the "Student Notable Strategy & Research Award" in Core77 Design Awards 2019.
In announcing the 2019 Kresge Artist Fellows and Gilda Award recipients working in literary and visual arts, Kresge Arts in Detroit enters its second decade of supporting Detroit artists. That milestone is being marked with the exhibition “Parallel Visions,” which opens to the public July 12, 2019 at the Wasserman Projects gallery in Detroit’s Eastern Market.
CCS Fashion Accessories Design student, Katie Krueger, has work selected for display at this year's Graduate Fashion Week in London, England. Her unique work caught the eye of The National Student, where she was recently featured.
The College for Creative Studies has appointed Tracy Muscat as its Vice President for Institutional Advancement. Muscat comes to CCS from Michigan Medicine where she was the Senior Director of Development. As vice president, she will lead the College’s fundraising, marketing and communications functions, including capital and endowment campaigns.
Car Design News recently reviewed the final work of the CCS BFA Transportation Design program on display at this year's Student Exhibition.
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