In a cross-disciplinary fall studio, Landscape Architecture and Ceramics students explored ideas for preserving water resources—and ways of life—in the American Southwest.
Toronto-based apparel designer Peggy Sue Deaven-Smiltnieks 09 AP is showing that fashion can be a force for good.
Now that the final season of Adventure Time is airing, illustrator and comic book artist Andy Ristaino 97 FAV is happily exploring new directions.
Through their softgoods company eqpd, Jonathan Baker 97 ID and Sean Donovan 94 IL are designing socially conscious products and business models.
Graduate student Kelly Taylor Mitchell MFA 18 PR translates elements of her personal history into evocative installations and artist’s books.
Industrial design students set up shop in the Nature Lab, designing aquaponics systems with potential application on campus.
First-year students present impressive work at their first end-of-semester critiques and get valuable feedback from faculty mentors.
Four alumni are recognized in Forbes magazine’s 2018 30 Under 30 list of emerging artists and designers to watch.
In a recent talk, visiting artist Vincent Valdez 00 IL illuminated the process behind his stark and unsettling images of American society.