When you think of graphic design majors you might not immediately think of how they challenge themselves to affect positive social change.
Notre Dame Art History major Kirsten Milliard's paper entitled "Legitimizing Street Art: Claims and Complaints about Art in the Streets at MOCA LA." was one of twelve papers selected for New Perspectives in Visual Culture: 6th Annual Undergraduate Symposium in Art History. This year's symposum will take place March 31st.
Thanks to the generosity of the department and a TBC grant, as well as coordination by Professor Rosenberg, we were able to charter a 38-seat bus to go to Detroit on Feb. 3 to see the exhibition “Rembrandt and the Face of Jesus.”
The Gender Studies Program invites you to visit our Hesburgh Library concourse exhibit (in the wall display case opposite the auditorium doors), featuring the work of Nicole Kenney (BFA ’03) and Kamilah Campbell (MFA, gender studies minor ’13).
Industrial Design faculty member Ann-Marie Conrado published the article 'Crafting Economic Opportunity: Design for Fair Trade Artisans' in Innovation, the quarterly journal of the Industrial Designers Society of America.