MONTHLY FEATURED STUDENT
Teresa is a graduating senior who lets her passion for art history influence her design work. Many of her pieces focus on her creative heroes from the past. Teresa is a New Orleans native but her family hails from Spain, which is another theme in her work. Teresa is especially interested in motion design which she hopes to do for film and television in the future. We are so excited to see what she will do after graduation!
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HIGHLIGHTS FROM THE 2018 SPRING SENIOR CAPSTONE SHOW
All seniors complete a Senior Capstone Project in their final semester. Each project is a culmination of the student's talents and interests.
Phoebe Ferguson, a native of New Orleans, attended Art Center College of Design in 1979-1982. After working in NYC as an advertising photographer for seventeen years, Phoebe returned to school to study documentary film in 1999. While at NYU, Phoebe returned to New Orleans to make “Member of the Club,” a feature documentary about the rise of New Orleans' black middle class society, which opened at the New Orleans Film Festival in 2008.
Justin Shiels received his BFA in Graphic Design from Loyola University New Orleans and his Masters in Arts Administration from the University of New Orleans. He has over 6 years of experience in communications, marketing, and graphic design and has gained professional experience from EC Advertising as an Interactive Designer, Peter A. Mayer Advertising as a Graphic Designer, and the New Orleans Center for the Creative Arts as a Communications Specialist. He is also the founder of digital magazine goINVADE.com, an indispensable cultural reference for the indie, creative, and digitally engaged.
Design Museum of Chicago founder and executive director Tanner Woodford demonstrates that design is deeper than aesthetics, drawing from a broad survey of historical and contemporary case studies. He will also share his journey through the process of building a museum from scratch, and introduce the nascent museum’s portfolio, situated within a rich context of Chicago’s design history.
MOTION DESIGN REEL