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Working With the Given: Student Responses

Originating in a discussion of Marcel Duchamp’s “ready-mades,” and taking inspiration from Alberto Burri and the Arte Povera movement in Italy, students foraged for found materials to provide a palette of possibilities for original designs. 323 more words


Thankful Students

I am lucky to say that I have quite a few students that I’m proud of and it really makes my day when I get a card from one of them thanking me. 577 more words

Student Showcase

Frottage: Student Response

The senses of sight and touch are strongly linked. Tactility in art adds another level of impact to the more obvious formal elements of shape, line, and color. 245 more words


NJIT Students Create, Design, and Build with Autodesk

Each year, New Jersey Institute of technology shares student work with us.  These projects all use Autodesk software and are amazing so we wanted to share it with you. 313 more words


Noahs ARC 2014 Photos Courtesy Ruel Boyd and R2 Visual Studios

Photos from Noah’s ARC are here! Come check out the 3 displays this week on silent auction to support The Salvation Army Anaheim ARC! Thank you Ruel and R2 Visual Studios of Mission Viejo! 822 more words

The Salvation Army

Broken Symmetries

In this problem students created symmetrical designs based on concentric forms. Introducing the element of line, and allowing for variables of thickness and direction, students sought to establish a tension between the static nature of the initial symmetrical construct and the dynamic variability of the line play. 109 more words



Irene Grasser of God’s Fashion House  is a fashion designer & lecturer at DAF in Cape Town.

(She  is also an old friend from from both Tech & church, & the creator of my wedding dress more than 8 years ago). 717 more words