Graphic Design Students Showcase Work
April 07, 2011
Stonehill students will showcase their work at this year's Graphic Design Annual. The exhibit will run from Monday, April 18 to Friday, April 29 at the Cushing-Martin Gallery at Stonehill and an opening reception will be held on Tuesday, April 19 from 5:30 p.m. to 7:00 p.m. Exhibiting at this year's event are senior Ben Rumery, Aine McAlister (pictured left), Michelle Mogauro, Mary Previte, Eric Shepherd, Kelly Smith, Amanda Tripodi, and Courtney Osier.
Included are works from the Graphic Design courses, internships, freelance projects and InHouse Design. InHouse Design is a student-run graphic design studio that pairs student designers with clients from both the Stonehill College and surrounding communities.
InHouse Design offers diverse creative solutions to clients with diverse needs. Student designers benefit from the experience of working with real clients, and clients gain professional results of a quality that their budget might not otherwise allow.
InHouse Design also provides students with a forum to discuss design, elevating the discourse about design in a way that inspires each other and the community at large. As a pre-professional organization, InHouse Design fosters professional standards and personal connections that will last students long into their post-graduate career.
Graphic design communicates not only through words, but through feeling, eliciting an emotional response from the viewer. Good design not only tells, it shows. It is bold and fearless, breaking the boundaries between what is and what could be.
Designers do more than make content visually appealing, we create, innovate, and inspire through graphics, type, and image. A well-designed piece has the ability to inspire change and affect people universally.
For more information and press photos please contact Gallery Director Candice Smith Corby at firstname.lastname@example.org or 508-565-1897.