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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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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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Film Masterclass

On Saturday, April 13, the School of Design hosted students from the Baltimore County Public School system in a “film master class” where professors from the FMI and GDES departments walked a group of 14 high-schoolers through pre- and post-production exercises, culminating in a finished slate of three two-minute films. Three current FMI students spent the day working with the visitors, helping them complete their movies.

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Three Graphic Design students from Assistant Professor Chris Metzger’s class have been selected to have their work published by independent publishing house, Homie House Press (HHP). Based in Maryland and Italy, HHP is a skeleton bones crew of femmes creating and publishing in the photo book medium. Book projects by Jessica Haines (’19), Anthony Canzius (’20), and Cassie Myers (’21) were chosen out of over a dozen submissions by HHP Founders/Artists Adriana Monsalve and Caterina Ragg.


(Left to right) Grace Greason, Sammy Smith, Krystal Carpintieri, Hailey Guit, Jessica Hernandez

New and old officers from Stevenson’s AIGA club attended this year’s Ink and Pixels to show off their portfolios and practice their interview skills with professional designers. The students had a chance to receive in-depth critiques on their portfolios, resumes, and cover letters.

Ink and Pixels is an annual event that helps designers gain a new perspective for their portfolios or to ask questions and get advice from experienced designers. It is a great opportunity for juniors or seniors who are looking for some feedback or to network with professionals. Ink and Pixels has even helped students land internships. Be sure to mark your calendars for next year’s event!

 
 
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