Seventeen students, five weeks, and one vibrant, beautiful city: London. For the tenth anniversary of the Graphic Design program’s Sustainable Design class, students arrived in Heathrow International Airport, ready to tackle our clients’ project and eager to explore every inch of the city we got to call (temporarily) our home once again. Partnering with UK-based
By Melanie Wells Graphic Design Student Walking into Chapman’s Guggenheim Gallery on that chilly November night, I was met with an expanse of sketches, taped and overlapping, from the floor to the tops of the 10-foot-tall gallery walls. To most who visited the Lunar Mission UK exhibit, from November 9 th through
Elizabeth Dastin ( Art History ) will be giving a lecture titled, A Tender Assault on the Home and Streets: 1960s Post-War Photography, on Wednesday, February 19, 2014 at 10:30 a.m.at Coastline Community College, Room 104, 1515 Monrovia Ave, Newport Beach . ABOUT THE LECTURE: Filled with assassinations, political upheaval and cultural revolutions, the 1960s
Wilkinson College of Humanities and Social Sciences and The Department of Art present sculptor Matthias Merkel Hess as part of the Spring 2013 Visual Art Thinkers Series on Wednesday, May 1, 2013 at 7 p.m. in Moulton Center, 213. About Matthias Merkel Hess: Sculptor, maker, manufacturer and merchandiser, Matthias Merkel Hess uses his work to
24-hour photoshop carefully selected speakers that are the most knowledgeable and recognized experts in adobe photoshop who all spoke about the valuable information they possess from November 14-15. One of the speakers was one of Chapman’s adjunct faculty members, Andrew Shalat, who is also the Head of Graphic Design and Digital Arts at Sessions College of
This week in the Guggenheim Gallery students from the BFA in Graphic Design program and BA in ART program will be show-casing their student art-work. The show runs all week and is opened from 12-5 Monday – Friday. For more information, please contact the Gallery at (714) 997-6729.
Monday, March 19, was the opening for the first ever Sophomore Portfolio Show. Each student displayed a portfolio book that included an artist statement and five projects of their choice that had been produced after joining the Graphic Design Program. Above every portfolio book was a personalized poster of the designer’s name that showed their
Graphic Design Legend, Milton Glaser, quotes adjunct faculty member, Andrew Shalat. Check out the article on this website: http://lucagrosso.wordpress.com/1st-term/art-and-design-in-context/wish-you-were-here-2/only-text/
Chapman University’s Guggenheim Gallery will be hosting its first Sophomore Graphic Design BFA Portfolio Show, “Hello My Name Is…”, through March 19-23 from 12-5pm. The show opens on Monday, March 19 at 5:30pm and will be featuring portfolios by students Elizabeth Wright, Will Schoenfeld, Diana Goldberg, Rachel Becker, Taylor Peck, Sheryl Alway, Wes Eramo, Zac Oransky, Chris Stiles, Spencer Thordarson, Michael Regan, Casey Wyman, Amanda DeFrancis, Michele Jonas, Nicole Pawloski, Grace Lavery, Katie
Tavish Ryan (BFA in Graphic Design ’13) was awarded an undergraduate research grant for a design and cognitive research collaboration which will take place in Santa Barbara, CA this Spring. The study will measure cognitive recall performance on a wayshowing evacuation map designed by Professor Claudine Jaenichen for the Santa Barbara Emergency Management Department.