Join us for ArtsComm After Dark on December 8th, from 5pm to 9pm, located in the AIMM building, Kendall Hall, and Music building. This special event, free for all to attend, will showcase student work from the Department of Design and Creative Technology and other departments within the School of Arts and Communication. There will be performances, galleries, an Arter’s Market, and activities for attendees to engage in. A schedule for the evening can be found here: https://artscomm.tcnj.edu/artscomm-after-dark/.
Professor Jason Alejandro’s AAV 458 Professional Practice in Graphic Design class helps students exercise their personal vision through design research, writing, and innovative design projects. Students will present their final projects in room 221 in the AIMM building. They have been working on capstone projects leading toward their final senior portfolios.
Students from Professor Warren Buckleitner’s IMM 280 Design Perspectives in IMM class will also present work at the event in room 222 in the AIMM building. IMM 280 is an interdisciplinary course that helps students learn how to integrate topics in the field of interactive multimedia such as storytelling, interface design and project management. This semester, students are collaborating with clients from the New Jersey Historical Commission to develop media artifacts to celebrate the upcoming 250th commemoration of the American Revolution. By the end of the semester, students will have created collaborative projects that bring various concepts together.
IMM seniors, taught by Professors Chris Ault and Warren Buckleitner, are giving a preview of their projects which will be finished and showcased in the spring. Prospective students and families are encouraged to attend this special event and can RSVP with this form.