Visual Communication Student Art Show
Visual Communication Student Art Show: Each Spring the department holds the Visual Communication Student Art show and Information Night in the College’s Fine Art Gallery. This show provides an opportunity for the community to view our student’s best work, and provide potential students an opportunity to learn about the program. For more information contact: Shawn Sedoff.
Each April, the department holds its Non-Profit Design-a-Thon in which students produce work during a twelve-hour marathon for area non-profits. This very popular event produces free design for area non-profits, some of which you may have seen around the community. For more information contact Zoila Donneys-Hale.
Student Portfolio Show
Each spring and fall students enrolled in the program’s capstone course ARTC 2335: Portfolio, participate in a mock portfolio show showcasing their work through portfolios, digital media, and display boards. This show is designed to prepare students for entering the workforce. Throughout the semester students researched their industry, interviewed designers, prepared their resumes, sample sheets, and portfolio, scouted potential employers, and held mock interviews. The mock portfolio show provides them a chance to showcase their work and build communication skills. This event is open to community. For more information contact Shawn Sedoff.