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Class of 2019
The AVCD Class of 2019.

Get to know the Class of 2019!...Click here to read more.

Wide Angle Youth Media portraits
“I was honored to host a group of young media students from the Wide Angle Youth Media group yesterday at Stevenson University. I held a short mini-lecture on using grid-spots, gels, snoots, and radio controlled studio strobes. They were so excited and enthusiastic! Here are the portraits from the students.” — Jefferson J. Steele...Click here to read more.

When the English Department decided to combine several of its publishing efforts and focus attention on a new media-rich online literary journal, the Art & Visual Communication design team jumped at the chance to help them develop names for the project. The Stevenson “clients”— Gerald Majer, the English Department professor overseeing the project and his new journal editor Ben Deigart— visited an upper level design studio class, where we reviewed the rules of brainstorming, handed out white board markers, and asked the groups to, “go crazy.”...Click here to read more.

On the first day of the First-Year Seminar class, each first-year Visual Communication Design major wrote down a fact that no one else in the room knew about them, and then they had to guess who the fact related to. We had a great time learning new things about one another and guessing who belonged to which statement! Here are the facts, so you can get to know the new class better…...Click here to read more.

Memorandom Senior Exhibition Video
Watch the video above for memos about the artwork from the designers.

"We had a tremendous turn out! The gallery was full and everyone was engaged. This was the most diversely interactive exhibition that we produced. This show was very conceptual and the students executed it," commented professor Lori Rubeling, who is also the curator for the GALLERY@Case[werks] in Baltimore....Click here to read more.

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