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Featured News: October 09 2019
The Section Chair of Printmaking will spend the 2019–2020 school year at the prestigious Grant Wood Art Colony teaching, engaging the community and making new work.
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Lewis Center for the Arts at Princeton is hosting a panel discussion on CCS Illustration alumnus Mario Moore’s exhibition "The Work of Several Lifetimes" of black men and women who work at or around the Princeton University campus in blue collar jobs.
“Sit Down Somewhere,” Sydney G James’ first solo exhibition, opens to the public on October 12th from 6-9pm at Playground Detroit.
Inspired, which features the work of CCS Ceramics section head Ebintenyefa Baralaye, is an exhibition at Pewabic Pottery paying homage to co-founder Mary Chase Perry Stratton who played a significant role in the development of the ceramics programs at what is now the College of Creative Studies.
Meet Bailey Boyd, Andrew Lark, Matthew McPhail and Connor Riegle — the design team at Detroit-based gear and apparel brand Xenith and CCS Product Design alumni.
Elizabeth Carey Smith, Communication Design alumna and New York based art and creative director heads new type residency at SVA.
An artist, mother, and source of inspiration for Detroit artists, the legacy Rose Brown Dalessandro leaves behind is not simply one of form, but one of the struggles attendant to its creation.
USA Luge asked the College for Creative Studies (CCS) in Detroit if students in its Soleology Footwear Design course could take on the bootie concepting and redesign as a project in the semester-long course. CCS jumped at the chance to give its students real-world experience.
Shreveport News recently covered Hiren Patel, CCS Transportation Design alumnus and project lead designer at Nissan, in "How a Shreveport high school graduate became one of the world's top auto designers."
Art Furniture senior Alanis McNeir’s “Maturation Coffee Table” was one of only 14 new works chosen for the highly selective annual exhibition in New York City.
CCS alumnus Jane Schmidt recently featured in the Laurel of Asheville in the city she now calls home. Schmidt's color studies are representative of how she perceives the world around her.
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