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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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Earth Art
Art History students create and install earth art on the Greenspring and Owings Mills North campuses

Professor Jenny Strasbaugh and guest artist Chip Irvine led ART 106: Introduction to Art History students in a hands-on art installation project. Using turkey tail mushrooms as visual inspiration, the students planned and designed their own earth art with wire and personally installed their creations on different campuses. This project provided the students with a new perspective on some of the elements of design, including line, shape and space.

Some may consider the art to be unconventionally beautiful, but the learning process is what really made it a success. Professor Strasbaugh noted that her students "learned a lot about installation and collaboration. We placed the mushrooms, changed them around, viewed them from different vantage points, changed them again...the process became more important than the outcome."

Check out their installations on both Greenspring and Owings Mills North near the parking lots.

Internships 2014–2015
Students participated in internships focusing in a variety of areas, including branding, marketing, web and photography

During the 2014–2015 school year and into the summer, 23 AVCD sophomores, juniors and seniors completed 24 internships for credit. The internships took place all around Maryland, Pennsylvania and D.C. at companies such as the National Aquarium, KDG Advertising, GTech Designs, City Paper and numerous others....Click here to read more.

Enoch Pratt Project
After their private tour of the Enoch Pratt Free Library, students began developing their ideas and critiquing each other's work in progress.

Communication Design III students headed outside the classroom to participate in a design competition hosted by Baltimore's Enoch Pratt Free Library. The challenge is to design a window display inspired by award-winning children's books, such as Goodnight Moon, The Very Hungry Caterpillar, and other childhood favorites....Click here to read more.

Mt. Royal Printing
Creative Strategy students received a special tour of Mt. Royal Printing
 
Gary King, account manager, provided VCD designers an insider view of all of Mt. Royal’s printing services. Students are also researching printer folds as they begin designing a conference program for the 2016 Northeast Regional Honors Council annual conference.

School of Design video
Alumni discuss the benefits of hiring Stevenson grads

School of Design alumni talk about the real-world preparation Stevenson University provided them and the superior skills our graduates have when entering the professional workplace that make them favorable to hire....Click here to read more.

 
 
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