Your adventure into the professional world begins here. The design job hunt is no easy task; being prepared with an amazing portfolio, expert advice, and moral support can help your journey into the wild kingdom of design go smoothly.
Save the date, March 23rd, and get prepared for the AIGA Detroit Annual Portfolio Day.
The Sense of Site Exhibition is the resulting creative research from a series of studio art workshops offered during Spring Semester 2013 in the Department of Art | Art History | Design at Michigan State University, with support from the Eli and Edythe Broad Art Museum.
In total, three workshops were offered designed around an exhibition of work by internationally-recognized artist Naiza Khan that was curated by Art History + Visual Culture faculty member Karin Zitzewitz for the Broad Art Museum MSU.
For more information on the visiting artist Naiza Khan, the Sense of Site Workshops, or artists included in the exhibition visit: http://senseofsiteworkshops.wordpress.com/
Annually, graduate students in Art | Art History | Design at Michigan State University mount the inaugural exhibition of the academic year in the Kresge Art Center's Gallery 101 + Gallery 114. Third year graduate students Steven Stradely and Rebekah Zurenko served as curators for the 2012 Graduate all Media Exhibition.
Welcome back festivities accompany the exhibition where students and community members gather to view the show and kick-off the new year of arts programming.