Exhibit displays 70 projects from multiple communication design classes.
By LUCIA ESPINO
This year’s communication design exhibition will be on display through March 8 on the second floor of Longwith Radio, Television and Film Building.
Richard Arredondo, communication design program coordinator, said the purpose of the exhibition is to display the work of students in the program.
The exhibition, which opened with a reception Thursday, is composed of hand-executed illustrations and computer-generated digital prints, Arredondo said.
Because the projects came from multiple communication design classes, there were no specific guidelines.
Full-time and part-time faculty from the program selected the 70 projects for the exhibition from more than 100 projects submitted.
The projects on display were created by students in the communication design program during the fall 2011 and spring 2012 semesters, Arredondo said.
The program, one of five in the media communications department, provides animation, web and illustration courses, Arredondo said.
The two-year program leads to an associate of applied science degree, and students can also earn a Level 1 certificate that provides basic training and skills through specific courses that may lead to entry-level employment.
The program also offers an advanced skills certificate.
Graduates may find careers in publishing, art direction, graphic design, illustration, animation, web design, multimedia development, special effects, storyboarding, and advertising.
For information, call 210-486-1031.