In other news: 11.29.2017

From designs to bring joy to housework, to art you can not only see, but taste, touch, hear, and smell, CCAD Family members have been busy. Get the skinny on what’s happening on campus, in Columbus, and points well beyond.

CCAD studies are seriously out of this world. Industrial Design students in the Design Innovation and Culture class are creating engaging physical and virtual experiences that bring life on Mars to life for people on Earth. The students plan to launch their project with an exhibition opening at CCAD in February 2018. Read more here.

The Columbus International Film & Animation Festival is the oldest film festival in the U.S. But the festival presented by Columbus College of Art & Design has a lot of new things coming in 2018, including Malt Adult animation screening curated by CCAD alum Sarah Schmidt (Animation, 2014). Read more here.

See work by Brittany Ann Campbell, Program Liaison for Fine Arts and History of Art & Visual Culture, as well as Adjunct Instructor for CORE Studio and Fine Arts, in the Fresh A.I.R. Gallery. Something Touching, an exhibition of Campbell’s work, will have an opening reception on Wednesday, Dec. 6, from 5:30 to 5 p.m.; the show will be on view through Jan. 12, 2018. Read more here.

Friday, Dec. 1, stop by Corrugate Studio Collective & Gallery from 6:30 to 8:30 p.m. to experience Sensitive, a one-night exhibition of multi-sensory artworks. CCAD’s Fall 2017 Multi-Sensory Art Practice class will present works you can touch, hear, see, smell, and even taste. Read more here.

We know it, you know it. Columbus is a hipster hotspot. Now Lonely Planet knows, too. Read more here.

Work by Fine Arts Professor Kathy McGhee was in the Southern Graphic Council International Trade Print in March, and her portfolio was accepted into the Bibliotheque et Archives Nationales du Quebec, in Montreal. Read more here.

Get to know some of the students and alumni whose work will be for sale at the CCAD Art Fair & Marketplace on Saturday, Dec. 2, including sisters Danielle Jones (Fashion Design, 2013) and Ashleigh Jones (Fashion Design, 2014), the pair behind home goods line Nickel and Ash. Read more here.

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