Summer design classes at SASD are designed to help high school students enhance their creative skills and explore various art and design fields—from industrial design and architecture to graphic design and animation. The hands-on, team-based exercises are taught by the same leading art professionals who teach the undergraduate courses at SASD. Click here to learn
SASD presents a series of exhibitions continuing throughout the academic year. The University Gallery is generally available from 10:00–4:00 Wednesday–Friday, and 12:30–4:00 Saturday and Sunday. Please call ahead during academic breaks: 1-203-576-4034 University Gallery, ABC Building (Directions)
Please join us to celebrate the publication of Document: Skins, the first issue of the SASD graphic design student magazine.
Vaughn is a very talented designer and illustrator who loves making hand drawn lettering and zines. He works at small agency Taylor Design in Stamford, but also accepts many freelance assignments and creates self-initiated projects (including the art/design magazine Peculiar Bliss http://www.peculiarbliss.com/). As a rather-recent Hartford Art School graduate, Vaughn will offer our students insight
The Connecticut Directors Art Club is proud to present the 2012 Student Conference and Scholarship Competition for students in visual communications, graphic design, new media, illustration, and photography programs. It is a fantastic opportunity for students to hear real-life perspectives on creative careers. The Conference features five 30 minute presentations from leading design professionals offering
ConnCreatives Breakfast Breakthrough Lecture — Lost in Translation: Aligning Strategy & Design To Win and Keep More Clients
Lost in Translation: Aligning Strategy & Design To Win and Keep More Clients October 25, 2011 7:30 – 9:30 am SASD at the Arnold Bernhard Center , University of Bridgeport Free Admission In the first installment in the ConnCreatives Breakfast Breakthrough series, presenter Amy Perry will talk about the link that strategy plays in aligning