GAID major, Viktorya Dubskiy (Senior) is a winner in the Creative Quarterly 27 competition. Her piece will appear in the magazine and in the online gallery. Runners-up include Carol Ly (Sophomore), Sarah Surrette (Junior), Sonya Houston (Senior) Their work will be exhibited in the CQ27 online gallery.
Seven GAID Students Receive Awards in Bird's Eye View: An Exhibition of Designs for Protective Window Film
First Place: Molly Denisevicz; Second Place: Pamela Casey; Third Place: Justin Nowak; Fourth Place: Tom Lobach; Fifth Place: Carol Ly; Honorable Mention: Max Amato and Jean Swalm.
Mel Neulander and Marc Sklar of SurfaceCare USA funded the First Place Award. Audubon Pennsylvania funded the Second Place Award. The Temple University Office of Sustainability funded the Third Place Award. Alice Drueding, Glenn Eck, Daniel Featherston, Valerie Peckham and Keith Russell funded the Fourth and Fifth Place Awards. Bohlin Cywinski Jackson funded the Honorable Mention Awards. All award recipients received complimentary tickets to The Philadelphia Zoo.
The following GAID students had work accepted for this juried publication: Katey Mangels (MFA) 2 pieces; Nina Reck (MFA) 3 pieces.
Eleven projects from Tyler were recognized in the 2011 competition. Publications: Aleksandra Korecka (Selected Entry); Identity: Theresa Decker (2 Selected Entries); Katey Mangels (Selected Entry); Posters: Nina Reck (Best of Show), Rachel Ignotofsky (Selected Entry), Dan Lehman (Selected Entry), Nina Reck (Selected Entry); Packaging: Katey Mangels (Best of Show), Christine Fajardo (Honorable Mention), Nina Reck (Selected Entry).
The work from the portfolios of Theresa Decker (Class of 2011), Christine McMahon (Class of 2011) and Kelly Thorn (Class of 2012) is featured in designlifework.
Andrea Pippin's (MFA) leadership quilt designed in her Graduate Thesis couse at Tyler was chosen by designer Kristy Tillman on Design Envy. Design Envy is a daily blog featuring the best in design today as chosen by a new curator each week. AIGA, the professional association for design, selects the curators, who are encouraged to discover and share examples of design that’s so good, they wish they had done it themselves. We can't wait for Oprah to call!