What’s it like to go to Art Center? In our final Art Center Stories installment, we bring it all together with stories from our alumni and students. Enjoy!
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Department Chair Andy Ogden writes about the event on the Grad ID blog:
“At the end of every summer term for the last 6 years, teams of Grad ID students have been running on the sidewalks of Art Center’s campus chasing Radio Controlled cars propelled by 16 feet of rubber band. That scene is the culmination of a term long project in which the students go on a journey through the phases of conceiving of and then developing unique race vehicles that go far beyond the typical theory, visualization, model making and presentation activities that make up most of a design education experience —to developing, producing, testing, integrating technical systems and deploying an invention that actually has to work—in a high visibility forum,”
In today’s installment of Art Center Stories, we talk with Environmental Design alumnus Ini Archibong on learning to never give up. Grab your popcorn and take a look:
In today’s episode of Art Center Stories, alumnus Dice Yamaguchi talks about sustainability and remembers help form Art Center’s EcoCouncil student group. Take a look:
In today’s installment of Art Center Stories, Graphic Design alumna Anya Farquhar talks about her time at Art Center and conquering typography. Take a look:
In today’s installment of Art Center Stories, Art Center Advertising alumnus Keith Longino talks about getting work after his graduation in 1967, and how the skills he learned here helped him make a radical career change years later.
Today’s episode of Art Center Stories features Kenyan designer and 2005 Product Design alumnus Patrick Kiruki. Below, he discusses Art Center and what makes the College unique.
A few weeks ago the College launched a great new project with Corbis Images—Always On: Talks By Leaders in Art and Design. The new initiative makes videos of presentations and panel discussions by experts in art and design available for free to anyone, anywhere, anytime at our new Always On website.
The latest batch of videos—talks from pioneers who are navigating uncharted communication design territory–have gone live. Media artist Aaron Koblin, visual strategist Dan Goods and graphic designer Brad Bartlett discuss transmedia design in three compelling videos on the Always On site.
Below, Aaron Koblin speaks at the Graphic Design Departments 3×3 Transmedia event held in February.
Be sure to visit the Always On site for additional videos, including those by Bartlett and Goods.