In other news: 11.14.18
CCAD Animation hits Good Day Columbus, a New York Times-bestselling Illustration grad visits town for a book-signing, and alumni art exhibitions, from San Francisco to Massachusetts and points between.
Get the skinny on what’s happening on campus, in Columbus, and points well beyond.
A good day for Columbus made for an early morning for CCAD’s Animation team, who shared what they’ve been up to in a live broadcast from Fox28’s Good Day Columbus. Animation Chair Charlotte Belland, Assistant Professor Jeremy Baker, and Program Coordinator Bekah Nunn demonstrated techniques such as gesture drawing and technology such as motion capture during the televised segments. Watch them here.
Richard Cowdrey (Illustration, 1981), who has made waves with his art for such books as Fiona the Hippo (about the Cincinnati Zoo’s Internet sensation) and the New York Times bestseller Bad Dog, Marley will present drawing demos and sign books at the 2018 Columbus STEM & Arts Expo on Saturday, Nov. 17. Read more here.
“When it comes to passionate champions of innovation in the classroom, David Burghy, Professor of Industrial Design and CORE Studies at the Columbus College of Art & Design, is at the top of the list,” said Bright Spark in a Q&A with Burghy. Read more here.
The Narrows Center for the Arts in Fall River, Massachusetts is presenting its sixth annual poster exhibition through Nov. 30. Among this years’ artists is Methane Studios (aka CCAD grads Mark McDevitt and Robert Lee, both Illustration, 1989), who, said the Herald News, developed their tight bond during college together. Read more here.
Alum Cody F. Miller (Illustration, 1995) was recently featured in CityScene on occasion of an exhibition on view at Hayley Gallery in New Albany Nov. 4–Dec. 10. Read more here.
Queer art collective fierce pussy’s show in CCAD’s Beeler Gallery earned some ink from CityScene. Read more here.
Laura Sanders (Fine Arts, 1988) was among the artists with work in the popup exhibition New Lands in the San Francisco Arts District. Her painting All Inclusive investigates vicarious living via social media. Read more here.
Amy Leidtke (Industrial Design, 1988) has a new book, Leonardo's Art Workshop, coming out Nov. 20. The interactive book for children provides accessible explanations and hands-on lessons. Read more here.
Tammy Davis (Advertising & Graphic Design, 1994) went big with her newest installation. Davis’ oversized panda mural is on view in Fort Wayne, Indiana, as part of the city’s “Art This Way” initiative. Read more here.