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Students planning to major in Fashion Design, Film & Moving Image, and Graphic Design are allowed to submit a portfolio of work to enhance their application and to be considered for talent-based scholarships.

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Special guest Liz Donadio (on the left) taught a Lumen Printing workshop to the students of Prof. Volkova's class Historic Photographic Processes.  During her visit, the students made lumen prints, a 19th century process of placing objects directly on photo paper and exposing it to sun light. The process in fact made everyone excited about the different ideas and patterns to make. After the workshop, Liz shared her artistic work with student, and discussed her inspiration, and future projects. Please check out her work  - it’s truly amazing:  www.lizdonadio.com/#/lumens/.  Thank you, Liz Donadio, for visiting!

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On Tuesday in Type I class, Hand letterer and designer Amanda DiGiondomenico  (http://amandamustardillustration.com)  joined Professor Mychailyszyn's class for a hand lettering presentation and workshop. The students engaged in hand lettering and had many questions for Amanda. Amanda shared tips, techniques, guidelines, grids, and shared some of her experiences working with clients and her overall journey of being a designer. Thank you Amanda DiGiondomenico for the experience! 

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Professor Inna Alesina invited toy inventors from the educational toy company "Number Alive!".Dr. Rebecca Klemm and Stephan Sparta shared their design experience and offered students advice on making educational toys in two GDES 210 classes. The students are in the process of making educational toys that they are developing with children from the local preKs. The conversation and the feedback from industry experts were helpful to students to move their concepts forward. 
 
 

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Professor Mychailyszyn’s Typography class experienced a blast in the past with a typesetting workshop. With the help of letterpress Instructor Miller, students had the experience of printing on a letterpress and setting metal type similar to how newspapers were printed during the 1800’s. 

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Inna Alesina. Assistant Professor, Graphic Design, has another patent to her name. Her latest invention, the WGWAG, received its official US patent last month. More information about the boat can be found here: corcl.com/the-wgwag

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