July 19, 2019
The Ese’Eja are one of the few extant foraging societies of Peru. The traveling exhibition “The Ese’Eja People of the Amazon: Connected by a Thread” consists of photographs and daguerreotypes made by Andrew Bale and University of Delaware photography faculty Jon Cox, as well as artifacts that are part of daily life that have been curated by Dr. Monica Dominguez Torres and Dr. Vicki Cassman.
June 27, 2019
Liberal arts area coordinator Casey Smith left for Kampala, Uganda, on May 29 to take part in an apexart Fellowship. This alternative educational program invites creative individuals to leave their familiar surroundings for a month-long stay in another country, providing new sources of inspiration through exposure to new cultures, interests and experiences.
May 7, 2019
Graphic design graduate Alexis “Lexi” Peabody has been named a 2019 Michael P. Denker Fellow by the Chesapeake Chapter of the American Printing History Association. The DCAD Class of 2019 member is the youngest-ever Denker Fellow, as the honor typically goes to graduate students working toward their master’s or doctoral degrees rather than to undergraduates completing associate’s degrees.
May 6, 2019
The 30-member Class of 2019 were awarded associate of fine arts degrees in animation, fine arts, graphic design, illustration, interior design and photography when Delaware College of Art and Design held its 21st Commencement on May 6. Graduates, dignitaries and guests were addressed by New Castle County Executive Matthew Meyer, who delivered opening remarks; graduating student Mikeria “Mickey” Flack, who gave the valedictory speech; and artist and writer Catherine Quillman, who presented the keynote address.
May 1, 2019
Five second-year students from a variety of majors were selected to present their research papers to an audience of fellow students, faculty, administrators and guests during the 2019 DCAD Liberal Arts Symposium, which was held on campus on the afternoon of April 4.