In other news: 3.28.2018

The New Yorker features Assistant Professor Carmen Winant, a Fashion Design student presents her invention idea to Under Armour, CCAD community art classes are introduced to Franklinton’s underserved children, and much more. Get the skinny on what’s happening on campus, in Columbus, and points well beyond.

Assistant Professor Carmen Winant spoke with Philip Gefter of The New Yorker about her new book My Birth and her photo installation of the same name that is currently on view as part of the Museum of Modern Art's exhibition Being: New Photography 2018. Read more here.

In anticipation of the 70mm screening of Ready Player One at the Gateway Film Center, CCAD juniors Rachel Turnwald, Jonathan Hockaday, Shiya Tong, Sarah Mauk, and Matt Rambo converted the nearby Cold Stone Creamery space into a re-creation of the CCAD On Mars exhibition. Stop by from 2 p.m. to 11 p.m. on Thursday, March 29, to see a timeline of how the project came to life and experience Virtual Reality yourself with mobile headsets. Follow #ccadonmars on Instagram and Twitter to follow along. Read more here.

Middle school students in Franklinton will soon have the opportunity to learn how to create comic books when CCAD launches a new program designed to bring art and design educational experiences to underserved youth. It marks the first time that CCAD has brought such a program to underserved youth at a charter school in Franklinton. The goal is to help overcome barriers of affordability and accessibility by bringing visual art education to students who may not be exposed to it. Read more here.

Melissa Estro (Fashion Design, 2001) and Josh Starcher (Fine Arts, 2001) collaborated on an art installation called Real Estate Goldmine. The installation was presented in Cleveland, as well as the Governors Island Art Fair in New York in 2017. Read more in ArtNet News here and in The Art Newspaper here.

Former CCAD teacher and Columbus-born artist Alice Schille (1869 ““ 1955) was chosen as one of the first inductees into the Columbus Museum of Art’s new Ohio Artists Hall of Fame. Read more here.

Henri Linton Sr. (Fine Arts, 1966), director and curator of the University Museum and Cultural Center at the University of Arkansas at Pine Bluff, is among interviewees in the HistoryMakers project. This Chicago-based nonprofit uses video to create an oral history of influential African-Americans across all industries. Read more here.

Through the sale of his illustrations, Jeremy Rosario (Advertising & Graphic Design, 2000) has sent hundreds of boxes packed full of food, medical supplies and other relief items to Puerto Rico. Read more here.

Chrysler Museum has tapped Robin Rogers (Fine Arts, 1998) as its new Glass Studio Manager. Read more here.

On March 1 at The Design Future Show competition by Under Armour, Carissa Gooding (Fashion Design, 2019) presented an innovative new yarn she invented and discussed its potential use in athletic wear to help relieve pain for runners. Read more here.

As a part of Beeler Gallery’s event An Art Book Affair in February, students from CCAD’s sophomore and junior Fine Arts intensive classes co-produced an art book alongside the organizers of Copenhagen’s art book fair One Thousand Books. The book was published in Copenhagen and it’s now available at CCAD’s Ampersand Emporium location on campus. Read more here.

The Columbus Dispatch published an editorial that called the ArtPaths collaboration between CCAD and the Short North Alliance a ”win-win partnership; businesses get a dash of makeup on the dusty face of construction, and young artists can say their work is on display in the vaunted Short North.“ Read more here.

Happening now in CCAD’s neighborhood: groundbreaking in what is billed as the nation’s first social justice park, which will include inspiring quotes, public art, and guidance on making social change. The park is set to open in August at the corner of East Broad and Cleveland Avenue. Read more here.

The discussion panel about how art and design can help stop human trafficking was highlighted in WBNS-10TV’s coverage of the Columbus International Film & Animation Festival. Read more here.

Jeremy Henthorn, executive director of the Columbus International Film & Animation Festival, spoke with Columbus Underground about the festival’s new name and the growing animation scene in Columbus. Read more here.

Allie Vanaman (Animation, 2017), whose animation The Finvestigations of Sharklock Foams was featured during the Columbus International Film & Animation Festival’s Animated Shorts screening, spoke with Columbus Alive in a preview of the event. Read more here.

The Columbus Dispatch featured The Turn Out, a fictional movie about a truck driver who tries to help a teenager escape being trafficked as a prostitute by her mother. The movie premiered at the Columbus International Film & Animation Festival. Read more here.

The Columbus International Film & Animation Festival also received a preview writeup in 614 Now. Read more here.

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