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Featured News: January 28 2020
Scott Mallwitz, CCS alumnus, played the executive creative director role of the newly unveiled "Star Wars: Galaxy’s Edge," Disney’s latest, and most immersive, park experience.
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Now in its 19th year, the Military Friendly Schools list has come to set the standard for higher education institutions to provide the best opportunities for veterans and their spouses. This prestigious list provides a comprehensive guide for veterans and their families using data sources from federal agencies, veteran students and proprietary survey information from participating organizations
Assistant Professor of Crafts and Section Head of Ceramics, Baralaye has been making art since he was a child. Early on, he loved to draw and devoured books his father bought him in order to copy the work of famous artists. Later, he was fascinated by how to create art that could engage with space the way people do, so he studied sculpting in his high school AP art class.
Artforum recently featured the solo exhibition of CCS alumnus Tyree Guyton at Martos Gallery in New York City.
This week's oped in Crain's Detroit Business written by Olga Stella, executive director of Design Core Detroit and Don Tuski, president of the College for Creative Studies in Detroit.
Ceramicist and educator Marie Woo has been named the 2020 Kresge Eminent Artist, an annual metro Detroit award recognizing lifetime achievement in art, which includes a $50,000 prize.
CNN recently highlighted the entrepreneurial work of Veronika Scott, CCS Product Design alumna and CEO and founder of the Empowerment Plan, a non-profit that employs and trains homeless women who manufacture sleeping bag coats for those in need.
Fred Moss, CCS Communications Design alumnus and Graphic Designer at Fabricators & Manufacturers Association, Int'l (FMA), was recently featured in the Daily Herald out of Chicago for his series of landscapes depicting the beauty of the American National Parks.
The program between the Detroit Pistons and the College for Creative Studies has engaged cross-discipline students to create a series of 10 posters. The partnership allows students to get attention for their skills and to commemorate the opening of the Henry Ford Detroit Pistons Performance Center in New Center Detroit.
CCS graduate students created rich and insightful blogs during this semester-long course in trend forecasting.
CCS alumna Jessica Stoller is currently exhibiting her work in a solo show in New York's P.P.O.W Gallery, which runs until February 15.
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