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MIAD students illustrate for audience in First Stage collaboration

detail, Jacqueline Peetz, Stiles & Drewe’s The Three Little Pigs “While working for First Stage I had two things in mind: first, of course, to be aware of the needs of the client, but second to create the kind of image that I wanted to see. After all,...

ID students dominate Rotational Molding Product Design Competition

MIAD Industrial Design students dominated the student awards at the annual Society of Plastics Engineer Rotational Molding Division 2013-2014 Product Design Competition. This marks the first year that MIAD students participated in the competition, and the outcome was...

Xavier Ruffin ’10 gains national attention with Mad Black Men

Mad Black Men When Xavier Ruffin ’10 (Communication Design) sat down to engross himself in Mad Men, a show acclaimed by his design and advertising friends as well as audiences across the country, he noticed something was missing in the AMC drama. With all of its...

2014 Service Learning Symposium

Service learning adds a rich, hands-on component to a student’s education and gives them the opportunity to experience and discuss the many ways in which individuals can make a positive impact on those around them. – MIAD’s Service Learning Program...

MIAD student’s iPad book available on iTunes through Demibooks

The Box Demibooks Communication Design junior Joshua Zelasko ’15 illustrated an iPad book “The Box & I” for an iPad course offered through MIAD’s vibrant design program during his sophomore year, and his creation was recently released on...

Recent alums focus of newly launched Gallery 224 Studios

Klein in Process An idea conceived by several creative minds at MIAD and Gallery 224 led to the launch of the Gallery 224 Studios – an artist in residency program at the Port Washington gallery with strong ties to the college, including inaugural participants...

Faculty Niki Johnson named Pfister Artist in Residence

Niki Johnson “The intimate setting appealed to me, and I suppose that’s what started it all,” recalled sculpture faculty member Niki Johnson. The ‘it’ Johnson refers to is being named the Pfister Hotel’s next Artist in Residence...