In other news: 12.5.18
The New York Times is raving about this adjunct’s book of short stories and a Photography grad is named a One Club Young Gun.
Get the skinny on what’s happening on campus, in Columbus, and points well beyond.
The New York Times Book Review calls CORE Studies Adjunct Instructor Maria Romasco Moore’s Ghostographs: An Album, a collection of short stories and found photographs, “perfect,” with “endlessly evocative stories” accompanied by “fascinating artifacts” in the form of the vintage photos Moore collected. Read more here.
Kelsey McClellan (Photography, 2012) was selected by the One Club for Creativity as one of its Young Guns, which recognizes the vanguard of creative professionals 30 years of age and under from around the world. The coveted award is considered a sign of a successful career on the rise. Read more here.
Animation Chair and Associate Professor Charlotte Belland (Advertising & Graphic Design, 1997) discussed art and animals—and how she uses her art to give back to animal conservation efforts—on a recent episode of Good Day Columbus. Watch it here.
WOSU Public Media recently checked out CCAD Master of Design in Integrative Design students’ designs for improved surgical gowns. The project is in partnership with Dublin-based Cardinal Health. Read more here.
Fine Arts and Master of Fine Arts Professor John Kortlander discussed his former professor, Æthelred Eldridge with Althens, Ohio’s WOUB Public Media in November on occasion of the avant garde artist and Ohio University professor’s death. Kortlander, whose father taught with Eldridge, filmed a documentary about the eccentric visual artist and performer. Read more here.
Gabby Metzler (Fine Arts, 2017) was featured in Columbus Alive on the eve of “Small Talk, Small Press,” as part of an event highlighting local comics artists, which also included fellow CCAD alum Matthew Massara (Illustration, 2017) and current student Lily Dent (Advertising & Graphic Design, 2019). Read more here.
Gaela Erwin (Fine Arts, 1973) is part of the group exhibition Biophilia Life; or, My Best Friend Has Four Legs and a Tail, at the Carnegie Center for Art and History in New Albany, Indiana, featuring work by prominent local and national artists who explore the unique connection between humankind and domesticated animals. The exhibition runs Dec. 14 through Feb. 9. Read more here.
Work by CCAD grad Jennifer Sowders (Illustration, 1994) is featured in Animals and Their Abodes, on view in northwestern Ohio at the Owens Community College Findlay campus library through Thursday, Dec. 20. Read more here.