In other news: 3.20.19
Beeler Gallery’s director of exhibitions talks style with Columbus Monthly, several CCAD family members rock a PromoWest and Greater Columbus Arts Council contest, and Columbus Underground readers get a sneak peek at designs for the 2019 CCAD Fashion Show. Get the skinny on what’s happening on campus, in Columbus, and points well beyond.
Beeler Gallery Director of Exhibitions Jo-ey Tang talked personal style, having a global brand, and what he’s learned about people in his travels all over the world in Columbus Monthly’s March “Style Q&A.” Read more here.
Columbus College of Art & Design alumni—and a current student—are among the 10 finalists announced by the Greater Columbus Arts Council and PromoWest Productions for a 2019 exhibition at A&R Music Bar. Lee Van Mora (Animation, 2020), Jennifer Bender (Photography, 1996), Darrek M. Robertson (Industrial Design, 2016), and Roger J. Williams (Fine Arts, 1968) are among those whose work is under consideration for the PromoWest and Columbus Marks Art 2019 Exhibition. Read more here.
Columbus Underground recently introduced its readers to the Columbus College of Art & Design Fashion Design students whose work will be on view at the 2019 CCAD Fashion Show—including a peek at some of their hottest looks and an interview with Fashion Design Associate Professor and Chair Suzanne Cotton. Read more here.
Associate Professor Julie Abijanac (Fine Arts, 1992) has work on view in an upcoming show at Brandt-Roberts Galleries. Permutations opens Friday, April 5, and features work by Abijanac and other local artists. Read more here.
Nikos Fyodor Rutkowski (Fine Arts, 2002) has an upcoming exhibition at Columbus gallery Contemporary Art Matters April 1–30, with an artist’s reception on Saturday, April 13, 4–6 pm. Read more here.
Pawtrait Love, an exhibition of Kimberly Rottmayer's (Photography, 1996) photographs of Franklin County Dog Shelter pups available for adoption, is on view through April at the North Market and was recently featured in Columbus Navigator. Read more here.
Abundant Sanctuary, an exhibition of works on paper by Logan Schmitt (Illustration, 2016), is on view at the Lamplight in Thomas, West Virginia, through May. Schmitt’s works are on view at the gallery and online through May. Read more here.
A computer-aided design and architecture class taught by Peter Wachtel (Industrial Design, 1990) at Camarillo High School in California have worked on spec projects for Universal Studios Hollywood, Six Flags Magic Mountain, and Boy Scouts of America. This contemporary take on the woodshop classes of old was picked up by the Camarillo Acorn, the VC Star, and the Skills USA newsletter.
Jane Smith (Illustration, 2002) illustrated the album Pieces, an album of songs for kids that benefits the music therapy program for children and teens on the autism spectrum at Bridgeway Academy in Columbus. Read more here.