Bilingual School Events
Attending a Design School event can be a great way to network and build your portfolio. Attendees will have the opportunity to speak to representatives of various schools and design programs about their curricula, portfolios, admissions, and scholarships. Because the program is virtual, participants can speak to as many as six different colleges at a time. Unfortunately, Zoom restrictions mean that participants cannot request a particular breakout room. In addition to attending a physical event, students can also attend virtual Design School Events to network with others and ask questions about the programs they are interested in.
The 2021 Moore Design School Art Show features the work of more than 80 grads and alumni from all degree programs and majors. The show will feature works created in a variety of media and disciplines. The show will feature the exemplary work of prolific Moore alum, Rochelle Levy ’79. Levy is known for her depictions of the seaside and equestrian tableau. She has been painting these scenes for over fifty years.
Spring Storm, the School of Art and Design’s annual art show, highlights the best work of graduating seniors from all four schools. The show will include works in textile, ceramics, and metal. There will also be a reception in honor of graduating students. A visit to the School of Art + Design’s annual senior art show will allow you to observe the process behind the work of the graduating class. You’ll gain a deeper appreciation for the work of talented graduate students.
The Graduate Student Exhibition highlights the work of over 600 graduating students in the School of Art & Design. This exhibition combines the work of graduate students with award-winning projects. It showcases their creative thinking, research, and artistic proficiency while advancing the school’s philosophy. Students work will be displayed in several spaces on campus. The following are some examples of past student exhibitions. You may enjoy one of them, too.
The annual Design Excellence Exhibition presents student projects. Faculty members nominate up to three students from each studio, including the second, third, and fourth year studios. For the graduate exhibition, only one project from each studio is featured. However, it’s still a good opportunity to see the work of recent graduates. The Office of Student Development supports the student art show and other annual exhibitions at the school. The School of Art and Design’s exhibitions are an excellent venue for students to showcase their work.
Student award winners
The IDSA annually recognizes outstanding student design talent in the form of Student Merit Awards. These awards highlight the creativity and problem-solving capabilities of student designers from the five North American Districts. A jury panel, made up of professional practitioners and design educators, selects the winners of the competitions. This ensures the highest standards of quality and creativity are met. Student awards are presented to two winners from each district. In addition to the Student Merit Awards, the IDSA holds numerous student design competitions.
The annual Graphic Design Juried Student Show showcases the best work from students across all levels of the program. The winner of these competitions receive fourteen awards presented by a guest speaker, which includes Gail Anderson of Anderson Newton Design and Martin Venezky of Appetite Engineers. The students in this competition developed their entries as part of a design studio class. The tradition of student award winners is a longstanding one at the NewSchool.
The prize money at the Future City competition is a prize worth $300,000 for the winner, and $100,000 for the runners-up. The winner’s design is featured in a documentary, and the finalists are featured in a docu-series, as well as in Vogue. All of the designers must be based in the U.S. and have completed a preliminary application. Applicants must submit a biographical statement of about 350 words and a brief summary of their design careers.
The competition takes place in Knoy Hall. Students from the Advanced Personalized Learning and Designing Technology for People programs will present their solutions to local problems. The competition’s Crowd Favorite award will be decided by the audience and is worth $500. The winners will be announced at approximately 1:15 p.m. on the day of the competition in the lobby of Knoy Hall. Afterwards, the winning teams will be announced on stage and awarded their prize money.
Student portfolio review
A Design School event is an opportunity to present your work to design professionals and get valuable feedback from them. The event also provides an excellent networking opportunity. To attend, you will need to present proof of immunization. You will receive more information once your spot has been confirmed. Here is a list of Design School events where you can submit your work for review. All students are welcome to attend. We hope you will join us!
The afternoon session of the event will be comprised of one hour of student portfolio reviews and an open audience. After the two-hour sessions are over, the general public is welcome to view the portfolios of students and network with them. General admission guests can also view the open portfolios. However, we strongly encourage presenting students to attend the afternoon session. The afternoon session will begin at 12:30 p.m. General admission attendees should plan to arrive early for this event, so that they can browse through the works of their fellow students.