L to R: Professor Steven Sundahl, Professor Mitchell Blessing ’04, Ashley Kiecker ’16, Tracie (Curb) Crowser ’90, Brian Maciej ’86. Graduates of the Art & Design program speak to students during the BSU Homecoming Alumni Leaders in the Classroom 2016.
L to R: Trevor Beniak ’15, Exhibit Designer ; Jonna O’Connor ’17, Summer Design Intern; Ben Solberg ’16, CAD Detailer & Associate Project Manager all at Hill & Partners in the greater Boston area.
Ashley Kiecker ’16, Exhibit Designer, MG Design, Pleasant Prairie, WI
Design students salute Cort Furniture Rental for their donation of furniture to the student lounge, the “Cort Room.”
Every spring our Design Advisory Board meets to discuss curriculum and program initiatives.
Randal Acker, EXHIBITOR Media Group contributes to the Advisory Board discussion.
Kayla DeJong accepts the annual Skyline Exhibit Design Scholarhsip
Mary Malanciuc presents her portfolio to a panel of industry design professionals.
TAD Talks 2016.
John Pavek presents a TAD Talk on the Golden Mean
Tom Frisby, TAD Talks 2016
TAD TAlks 2016.
Students and Professor Steve Sundahl execute a package design with the Kongsberg Cutter
Students Mary Malanciuc, An Huynh and Sara Dinh consider a clay sculpture in the Talley Gallery
Students experience virtual reality
Exhibit Design students.
The School of Technology, Art and Design offers practical, hands-on programs designed to provide students multiple careers paths.
Design B.S. students start with a foundation core consisting of art and design related courses which provide a breadth of knowledge and skills in the elements and principles of art and design, drawing foundations, 2D and 3D design software, design history and color theory.
Students then choose at least one or more specialized program to develop expertise in an area of interest including
Graphic Design, Exhibit Design and Studio Arts.