In other news: 5.8.2019

CCAD family members help create A library, for you., an Animation professor goes to the dogs, and Prizm shines a light on the 2019 CCAD Fashion Show. Get the skinny on what’s happening on campus, in Columbus, and points well beyond.

CCAD grad Cameron Granger’s (Film & Video, 2016) A library, for you. opens this month in Cincinnati, Ohio, in partnership with Anytime Dept. Gallery. The month of artist-led programming includes works by several artists with CCAD connections, including Tosha Stimage (Fine Arts, 2011), Okell Lee (Illustration, 2016), Jellow Fever — Khaila Carr (Illustration, 2018) & Tyler Davis (Fine Arts, 2018), Oriana Hirschberg (Illustration, 2015), Freddie Crocheron (Illustration, 2018), and Paige Früchtnicht-Ponchak (Fine Arts, 2015). Read more here.

A large-scale digital illustration of Columbus-area dogs on Instagram by Associate Professor and Animation Chair Charlotte Belland (Advertising & Graphic Design, 1997) is one of five works selected for the third annual ArtPop CBus Street Gallery, recently featured by The Columbus Dispatch. Read more here.

Ohio LGBTQ-interest magazine Prizm shone a light on CCAD’s Fashion Design program, highlighting two seniors who will have work in the 2019 CCAD Fashion Show: Wes Mills (Fashion Design, 2019), who is gay, and Alex Domoracki (Fashion Design, 2019), who is non-binary and asexual. Read more here.

CityScene magazine sent some love to OhioHealth presents Chroma: Best of CCAD | 140th Student Exhibition in its recent issue. Read more here.

Ismael Reyes (MFA, 2008) recently had an exhibition of his work in Biobío, Chile, reported the website for Radio Bio Bío. Read more (in Spanish) here.

CCAD's summertime partnership with CAPA, on occasion of CAPA's 50th anniversary, picked up some online ink from Columbus Underground. Read more here.

Adjunct Instructor Brian Williams (Illustration, 2003) will have work on view in Canned Heat, a group show at LA’s La Luz de Jesus Gallery July 5–28. Read more here.

Adjunct Instructor Joseph Lombardo (Fine Arts, 2006) won a quick draw event as well as the Award of Merit in the First Brush of Spring plein air painting competition in New Harmony, Indiana, where he competed with 107 artists. Read more here.

The Artists Wrestling League (AWL) will have a show Friday, May 10, at 400 West Rich as part of Franklinton Fridays. Among those participating in the entertaining painting competition is Jay Mueller (Media Studies, Still Based, 1998). Read more here.


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