Amanda Hostalka, Rod Cook, Dr. Lack, Dr. Heather Harris, and Dr. Manning at the Faculty Recognition Dinner.
UMBC Professor Steven H. Silberg shows an example of one of his early-career physical portfolios to students at Stevenson University Feb. 25.
Steven H. Silberg visited Photo 480: Photo Portfolio Development at Stevenson University to talk about his work and offer insight into how he chooses work and presents his own portfolio. In addition to being a prolific cross- and multi-media artist, Steve is a Lecturer in Foundations, concentrating in photography and video, at University of Maryland, Baltimore County (UMBC) and the winner of the Washington Post’s 2010 Real Art DC competition. stevenhsilberg.com
Stevenson Scholars Exploring Materials and Rapid Prototyping Design Ideas
Nineteen Visual Communication Design Stevenson Scholars spent the morning of February 14th, designing prototypes with Inna Alesina, visiting SU design professor.
High school seniors from as far way as New Jersey and Richmond, VA, explored the design process and created products from their new-found friends’ ideas.
Each student was given a series of steps to follow to generate and create their design solutions. Each step took less than 5 minutes! To learn more about design thinking and specifically Inna Alesina’s process, watch “Ready, Set, Design.”
Visiting designer Michal Rotberg led an IDEO-style idea-generation workshop for students enrolled in spring 2015 VCD 380 Professional Design Studio. To learn more about Michal and her design interests, you can go to her web site: thesis2012.micadesign.org/rotberg/introduction.html.
Visual Communication Design majors generated ideas for the “Whole Foods Rating System” international design competition organized by the You Can Now organization, www.ycn.org.
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