In other news: 5.16.2018
President Melanie Corn discusses art and design’s role in the surrounding world in Columbus CEO magazine, a Fashion Design student makes her stylish debut, an oversized construction cone hits campus (and media take note), and CCAD alumni work at the heart of Anthropocene. Get the skinny on what’s happening on campus, in Columbus, and points well beyond.
Art and design is a great way to engage in the surrounding world, Dr. Melanie Corn told Columbus CEO, and CCAD students are well-positioned to be creative, connected citizens, she said. Read more here.
A dress designed by Ran (Peach) Tao (Fashion Design, 2019) will make its debut on Wednesday, May 23, at ELOQUII at Easton Town Center before being made available for online purchase at eloquii.com. Read more here.
Alma Kim (Illustration, 2020) designed the children’s tees for this year’s Columbus Arts Fest. Works by CCAD alumni can be found throughout the 2018 festival. Read more here.
Students in CCAD’s Senior Capstone and Illustration Market classes played sidekicks to seventh-graders at McKinney Middle School in Yellow Springs, Ohio, in a project that saw the students creating Black Panther-inspired comics. Read more here.
Students from Columbus College of Art & Design's Studio Art with an Emphasis in the History of Art & Visual Culture program curated an exhibition of CCAD alumni work, Anthropocene, on view through Friday, May 18. Read more here.
The Creative Campus construction project had a group of CCAD students seeing orange. Read more here.
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