The cars halt at the stop sign between Grand Avenue and Perimeter Road, idling as clumps of students pass by on the way to class. Shoes hit the pavement as the students cross, soles hitting the alternating white stripes. Converse. Vans. Combat boots. Rainbows. Moccasins.
Fifth-year architecture students will display their projects, the culmination of their college career, at FINAL CUT, one of the largest design and architecture exhibits in California.
Google the phrase “graphic designer,” and Jessica Greenwalt’s name appears in the top 10 search results of more than 60 million. In a job market full of uncertainty — in which college graduates regularly take jobs far below their aspirations…
The San Luis Obispo Museum of Art (SLOMA) will welcome another art class to their agenda: Master Calligrapher Victoria Johnson, who has done calligraphy for over twenty years for clients such as Tim Burton and Vogue Magazine, is planning to teach her calligraphy skills at the SLOMA in the beginning of the upcoming year.
Philanthropy was a motif at Print Week’s banquet. In addition to Ricoh’s announcement of partnership with Cal Poly, a new endowment is being formed.