Month: December 2021

Desmond Tutu: An Inspiration for a Broken Nation | Cultural | Reports on the arts, music and lifestyle of Germany | DW

Desmond Tutu’s impact on issues of faith, politics and social change has traveled far beyond his native South Africa. “Arch Tutu,” as many South Africans call the spiritual figure, has inspired people from all walks of life, especially many artists and creative minds around the world. The former Archbishop of Cape Town in the Anglican […]

Cal State Students Stand Up To Hate With Art And Design | News

SStudents in Professor Zachary Vernon’s graphic design class at California State University in Los Angeles are used to creating visual campaigns for fictitious clients. But earlier this month, those clients were in the room, listening intently as the undergraduates presented their latest projects of the semester: PSA anti-hate campaigns that promote the inclusion and reporting […]

graphic design student wins the city’s Let’s Paint the Town logo competition, inspired by the Clock Tower | Dunn County News

Pam Powers UW-Stout When the time comes for the Menomonie Let’s Paint the Town festival in 2022, a colorful design by a University of Wisconsin-Stout student will shine. A logo designed by Natalie Shofner, a graphic design and interactive media junior from Hastings, Minnesota, was chosen by a mural committee to represent the event scheduled […]

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