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Visual Arts & Design Portfolios

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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Graphic Design News

 Students in VCD 380

Visiting designer Michal Rotberg led an IDEO-style idea-generation workshop for students enrolled in spring 2015 VCD 380 Professional Design Studio. To learn more about Michal and her design interests, you can go to her website.

Visual Communication Design majors generated ideas for the “Whole Foods Rating System” international design competition organized by You Can Now.

Pictured are Joe Sullivan (Society for History and Graphics) and VCD senior Alex Pak Pictured are Joe Sullivan (Society for History and Graphics) and AVCD senior Alex Pak....Click here to read more.

Wide Angle Youth Media portraits
“I was honored to host a group of young media students from the Wide Angle Youth Media group yesterday at Stevenson University. I held a short mini-lecture on using grid-spots, gels, snoots, and radio controlled studio strobes. They were so excited and enthusiastic! Here are the portraits from the students.” — Jefferson J. Steele...Click here to read more.

Printer’s ink, that is. When the Art & Visual Communication Design department wanted to create a poster to attract new students and promote all of the options available to students including graphic design, interactive design, motion graphics, and photography, they called upon Christopher Jaeger ’14 to put his illustration talents to work....Click here to read more.

Students from the Relationship of Design and Business class visited Stanley Black & Decker University, Fabrication Lab, and Dewalt design studio.

Jim Watson, the Director of DEWALT Cordless Expansion Product Marketing, gave students a presentation about the design process. Presentation was followed by a student led discussion about the role of design and research in the new product development....Click here to read more.

 
 
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