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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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Arts Alive Participatory Event

Participatory Art Display Through a Stevenson University Arts Alive! Arts Integration grant,

Inna Alesina, M.F.A., Assistant Professor of Art and Stephanie Verni, M.F.A., Professor, Business Communication, collaborated in the Advertising Campaign class to help students gain a better understanding of the Stevenson community through the use of participatory art. Students created and integrated participatory stations around campus—a moving wall, a large chalkboard wall, and secret boxes—to solicit feedback from the community about various prompts. Afterward, students created typographic art in visiting artist Zvezdana Stojmirovic’s one-day workshop, where they shared and promoted concepts learned in class. The result of the project is exhibited in the display in the Manning Academic Center:

Synchronicity

Synchronicity, the 2019 Senior Capstone Showcase, features the work of 24 graduating Visual Communication Design/Graphic Design majors. Over 100 people were in attendance at the April 22 opening reception. The work will be on display through June in the KMAC gallery on the second floor.

Grassroots

Visual Communication Design students Angela Coleman, Kyla Railey-Lowery, and Aika San Diego, were joined by alums Jessica Hernandez and Chelsea Jamerson and Assistant Professor of Graphic Design, Inna Alesina, at the 2019 Grassroots DesignFest at MICA on Saturday, March 2. The yearly event was sponsored by the T. Rowe Price Foundation with the aim of “bringing together designers and nonprofits to solve design problems.”

3 homie house press student zines
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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.

 
 
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