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“Drawing to Learn” Sketching Workshop April 18-19

Drawing To Learn

We are honored to feature the works of Stephanie Bower, international award-winning architectural illustrator, whose inspiring watercolor images challenge the traditional definition of observational drawings. Spanning landscape architecure, architecture and interior design, her research-infused images serve as meaningful learning opportunities as well as beautiful documents of her travel experiences.

Stephanie’s work is currently on display in the Carpenter Hall gallery through April 16. A sketching workshop will also take place April 18-19. See “Drawing To Learn” for more information.

For a list of Stephanie’s awards and achievements,  and to preview her illustrations, please visit: www.stephaniebower.com and www.stephaniebower.blogspot.com.

 

Faculty Exhibition on Display March 5-13

Faculty Exhibit 3

The School of Design + Construction Faculty Exhibition explores the diversity of the SDC faculty’s scholarship, professional, and creative endeavors. It rull run in the Carpenter Hall gallery through March 13th.

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Interior Design Student Wins at Wiley Research Expo

Ky Wiley Poster 2

Ky Wiley Poster 2

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Ky Christiansen, a senior in the interior design program, was a 2015 Wiley Research Exposition winner of 1st place in Undergraduate Excellence for her project titled “A Product of Sharing: Designing a Culturally Adaptive Exhibit.” Ky worked with her faculty mentor Kathleen Ryan, through the Rural Communities Design Initiative with the Museum of Anthropology and Nez Perce tribe to develop an exhibit of the former fishing grounds at Celilo Falls.

This year’s event was the most competitive thus far, with … » More …