Posted on Dec 6th, 2018 by Sean Schumacher
Want to apply for scholarships but don’t know where to begin? Come to an very special School of Art and Design scholarship help session in January!
We’ve scheduled two sessions to help you out. Bring your completed FAFSA—faculty and staff, including COTA advisor Anna Pittioni, will be present to help explain the process and answer your questions. Snacks will be provided, too!
Scholarships are available for Art, Art History and Graphic Design majors. You can’t get one if you don’t apply. Reach for the money!
Sessions will be held:
Remember: the deadline for all scholarship applications is February 1!
Posted on Nov 5th, 2018 by Walton Brush
Above: Hello there! This week is our SECOND TO LAST Show & Tell of the term, and we are super excited to have Corbin LaMont coming back PSU.
Above: The Changing Times.
Corbin is an artist, designer and maker of mystic publications, site specific works and moments of introspection as part of a mobile practice that hopes to connect humanity.
Come out this Thursday at noon to room 320 and hear Corbin’s amazing story!
Posted on May 28th, 2018 by Kate Bingaman-Burt
It’s time for the Spring 2018 edition of PSUGD’s FRESH! On June 12th, you are invited to the fabulous Custom Blocks as 41 soon to be grads takes over this huge space with their work!
They are so excited to share and show their work with you all!
If you are looking to work with one of our FRESH Grads, register here! (registration is required). If you are a current student, please attend our friends & family hour from 4:30 to 5:30 (no registration required).
Say hello to:
Alec van Staveren
Heidi St. Clair
Visit our event site —> psu.gd/fresh
Posted on May 21st, 2018 by Kate Bingaman-Burt
Above: Summer and Fall Registration has begun!
Some quick updates about a few of the summer and fall classes on our schedule that will hopefully help in planning.
First Year Students:
This summer we are offering a section of 120, 121 and 210 (Hello to new first year students who might have just joined this list! Also, if you are looking for the link I shared during Co-Lab last week, here it is! http://psu.gd/core). If you are sticking around this summer and haven’t taken 120 and/or 121 please do this so you can go through the review next spring. If you are confused by ANY of this shoot me an email at email@example.com
Second Year Students:
Remember, you will not be able to register for upper division 300 level GD classes until you pass the review. Don’t stress, you will get a seat in these classes when you pass the review.
Third and Fourth Year Students:
Yes, both sections of 470 are full, hop on the wait list if you are needing this class, but also remember we are offering 470 in the winter and spring. If you are around this summer and want to take a rad summer class that will also count for your 470 requirement, check out Nicole Lavelle‘s 299/399 Design Inquiry and Narrative course. This WILL count for your 470 requirement.
We have a section of 472 portfolio running this summer and fall. Remember, this class should be the last class that you take in the GD program. 472 always runs in the summer, fall, and spring.
Hope this helps a bit and if you are still confused by the classes that you should be taking, or what your DARS is saying, just zoom me an email at firstname.lastname@example.org
Posted on May 14th, 2018 by Kate Bingaman-Burt
Come join us for our quarterly edition of FOGD Collage Club! Let’s make the spring collage club zine! Let’s gather together to make a page in a collaborative FOGD zine that will be printed on the risograph. Bring your fav collage supplies or use the ones provided. See you there!