“The Alligator Hunter,” a short film by Kyle James ’15 and Mallori Taylor ’15 (and Michael Bourne) was accepted into the Anima Syros Film Festival in Greece, and the London Short Film Festival. At the latter, their film took home the “Audience Favorite” prize.
The Designship logo received a merit award in the logo design category of the 2018 Adworkers Milwaukee 99 Show.
Designship is a MIAD apprenticeship/training program for MIAD design graduates in Southeastern Wisconsin.
The Milwaukee 99 Show is the annual awards show for the SE Wisconsin advertising community, presented by the United Adworkers.
Ariana Vaeth ’17 (Integrated Studio Arts) is one of three recipients of a new $15,000 fellowship (and studio space) from the Fellowship.art program. There were 140 applicants. More information.
Three MIAD Industrial Design seniors are the winners of the 2018 Design Competition of the Association of Rotational Molders (ARM).
• Miyu Takisawa, 1st place, $2,000 prize
• Laurel McKernan, 2nd place, $1,000 prize
• Trever Krueger, 3rd place, $500 prize
Miyu, Laurel and Trever entered this competition during their Materials & Manufacturing 3 course.
The Milwaukee Institute of Art & Design’s enrollment has grown 34 percent over the past four years, leading to record enrollment. In fall 2018, the college has 746 students. Fall enrollment includes 285 new students – the college’s largest incoming class in history.