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Graphic Design News

Date: Nov 2015

Southern HS Visits SU
Southern High School students visit Stevenson University for a design workshop

Students from Southern High School in Anne Arundel County traveled to Stevenson's School of Design to participate in a workshop led by professor Inna Alesina. Using household materials such as cereal boxes, pool noodles and paper towel rolls, each student was tasked with creating a prototype to solve a challenge they were given. They were encouraged to think past existing solutions and rather consider the properties of the materials for their designs. This open-ended prompt inspired students to think outside the box and have some hands-on fun in the process. ...Click here to read more.


The School of Design thanks our guests for taking the time to come out and hear the student's presentations

Communication Design III students confidently presented their future scenarios for the Owings Mills Metro Centre to a prestigious group of visitors, including Councilwoman Vicki Almond and her Chief of Staff Jonathan Schwartz. Also among the group were Architect Klaus Philipsen, Vice President of Public Affairs and Strategy at Stevenson, Sharon Markley, Dean of the School of Design, Amanda Hostalka, Department Chair George Moore, and Professor Lori Rubeling. The students presented their final deliverables including their identity creations and supporting materials, such as publications and guides. The visitors were greatly impressed with the hard work and detail put into the projects.


VP of Public Affairs and Strategy, Sharon Markley, discussed presentations with the students


Chief of Staff Jonathan Schwartz and Councilwoman Vicki Almond provided helpful comments and feedback

Learn more details about this project initiated by Professor Inna Alesina in the previous post, Exploring Future Scenarios for the Owings Mills Metro Centre.

 
 
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