Jessica Kuhn features Together+ in HOWdesign.com article Design for Change: 13 Ideas that Matter.
Caroline Maloney, candidate for the Master's degree in Art History, has had a paper accepted into the prestigious forum for graduate student research at the 16th Annual Art History Graduate Symposium, University of Southern California.
Kelsey Falter and the hungry, obsessive, speeded-up, success-driven, all-out road to tech stardom. She’s enjoying the ride.
University of Notre Dame Assistant Professor of Painting Jason Lahr gave a Visiting Artist Lecture in Ian Weaver's Painting Class at the School of the Art Institute of Chicago on Tuesday, November 13, 2012.
Tuesday, November 30, the Department of Art, Art History & Design held a chili cook-off to help raise funds for breast cancer screenings in St. Joseph County.
Thirteen Notre Dame design students committed their week-long fall break to remain on campus and work on a "design blitz" led by John Bielenberg and Professor Robert Sedlack.
Associate Professor Robert Sedlack was a featured speaker at the national AIGA Gain conference in San Francisco in early October.
Together+, a campaign to combat xenophobia in South Africa by providing educational resources to empower people to embrace diversity, has been awarded a $50,000 Sappi Ideas that Matter grant. After a year of research, development, refinement, and two trips to Johannesburg, the grant will enable the together+ team to produce and distribute the first round of materials designed by students from the University of Notre Dame’s graphic design program in the Department of Art, Art History, and Design.
If you are in Chicago, you have to check out Austin Collins' sculpture “Fern Temple IV” on Fullerton Avenue & Stockton Way.
Congratulations to Robert Sedlack, Andrea Pellegrino, and all the ND Design students who were a part of the South Africa together + anti-xenophobia project for winning a $50,000 SAPPI grant to help produce this awesome campaign.
Jackson Zorn, MFA in Painting (2012) has accepted an Adjunct Professor of Drawing and Painting position at Shorter University in Rome, GA.
With her graduate thesis project, University of Notre Dame alumna Charlotte Lux, M.F.A. ’11, set out to redesign a stressful diagnostic procedure women who might have breast cancer undergo in the hopes of making it less traumatic. The resulting design has earned Lux recognition in the 2012 Core77 Design Awards, where she was named student winner in the strategy and research category.
The Department of Art, Art History and Design's 2012 Art History Symposium was held Friday, April 20.
The most recent issue of Raise magazine, a French publication, was released last Friday and features a 10 page spread of Amanda Joseph’s work.
Dan Jacobs, BFA Notre Dame industrial designer, has successfully applied research and functional prototype development from his 2011 senior thesis project, winning the $15,000 KLAU Family Prize for Greatest Social Impact, Gigot Center for Entrepreneurial Studies.
On Friday, April 27th, the AIGA/ND graphic design student group traveled to Chicago for their annual studio tours.
Senior Art History Honors student Caroline Maloney has won first prize for her Senior Thesis in the Undergraduate Library Research Awards.
If you haven't seen the recent issue of Notre Dame Magazine, be sure to check it out. It is their first annual "fashion issue" and is filled with the work of our design alumni and students!
Congratulations to Industrial Design students Sophia Lee and Ryan Geraghty.
On March 30, 2012, the College held its third annual reception for Arts and Letters students completing their senior theses this spring.
After one-on-one portfolio interviews with Notre Dame senior industrial designers, a team of eight professionals from Whirlpool’s Design Center selected Ryan Geraghty for Notre Dame’s 2012 Industrial Designers Society of America, Student Merit Recipient.
The 14th annual Alumni Design Conference was another great success, with ten members of the class of 2002 returning to discuss their creative careers over the last decade, review the work of current students, and offer an assessment of the graphic and industrial design programs.
University of Notre Dame Senior in Graphic Design Micahlyn Allen will be participating in this year's Bald and Beautiful event, shaving her head to raise money for childhood cancer research.
The University of Notre Dame Department of Art, Art History & Design MFA/BFA/BA Opening Reception was held April 1st in the Snite Museum of Art.
University of Notre Dame Art History Professor Robert R. Coleman chaired the open session “Issues of Gender and Sexuality” at the Midwest Art History Society’s 39th Annual Conference in Wichita, Kansas, March 29, 2012.
Students in Professor Jean Dibble's Experimental Printmaking class were recently assigned the task of designing a large scale cooperative installation using pre-printed patterned sheets to obtain their design objectives.
University of Notre Dame Professor of Art History Charles Rosenberg co-chaired the "Coins and Medals" session at the 58th Annual Meeting of the Renaissance Society of America held last week in Washington, DC.
University of Notre Dame Painting/Drawing MFA Amanda Jospeh has been selected as one of the Top 100 artists of 2011 by Empty Kingdom.
The Department of Art, Art History & Design would like to announce a sweep in the writing awards this year for Gender Studies.
Julia Ro has been creating numerous graphics to accompany stories for the Editorial Team and searching for photos and building galleries for the Multimedia Team. But this time the infographic is the story—complete with a designer's credit at the bottom.