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Bloomingdale’s Gives Students Opportunity to Design Event Space and Retail Concepts Bloomingdale’s Gives Students Opportunity to Design Event Space and Retail Concepts

Bloomingdale’s Department Store is giving students from The Art Institute of Atlanta full artistic control to design event space and retail concepts for its Lenox Square store. Buckheadview.com recently previewed the student designs the publication’s community section. The class project is a part of a community partnership between The Art Institute of Atlanta and Bloomingdale’s Lenox Square to help local students gain experience designing retail space by translating a specific client’s needs into a cohesive idea that will resonate with shoppers.

Read the article here.

Bloomingdale’s celebrated the design challenge with a reception on Wednesday, July 13, 2016. Guests enjoyed refreshments and voted on their favorite designs, giving students feedback from the customer’s point of view.

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Sacramento Students Take Part in Elevate Art Exhibition Sacramento Students Take Part in Elevate Art Exhibition

The Art Institute of California—Sacramento’s students recently participated in the Elevate Art Exhibition, hosted by Arden Fair Mall. The Art Institute of California—Sacramento is a campus of Argosy University.

Arden Fair Mall showcases the greater Sacramento area art community within the venue’s shopping environment. The artwork shown here was created by Isaiah Sendaydiego, who is working toward a Bachelor of Science in Graphic & Web Design. Isaiah’s work was shown 50 times a day for five weeks at the mall. It will also be shown at the July 23 Elevate Exhibit reveal party.

Additionally, Daniel Paschal, who is working toward a Bachelor of Science in Digital Filmmaking & Video Production, was interviewed about the exhibit. Click here to see his comments in Sactown Magazine.

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Fort Lauderdale Culinary Students Get “All Mixed Up” Fort Lauderdale Culinary Students Get “All Mixed Up”

Six culinary students from The Art Institute of Fort Lauderdale are competing on Lifetime TV’s popular culinary show “All Mixed Up” and on July 18, 2016, audiences will learn if they won the Season Six finale.

Best of luck to the competitors from The Art Institute of Fort Lauderdale, who are working toward degrees in:

Associate of Science in Culinary Arts
Leda Miele
Brian Smith
Shempiagne Woodard

Associate of Science in Baking & Pastry
Kimberly Barry-Shillingford
Emma Tronel

Bachelor of Science in Culinary Arts
Alexander Kuzin

“All Mixed Up,” which airs on Lifetime TV Mondays at 7:30 am Eastern time, features a fast-paced four-episode season. Culinary students compete against up-and-coming chefs to create original recipes using well-known brands while keeping a clean and organized kitchen.

The show is hosted by renowned chef Ralph Pagano, executive chef and director of hospitality at the Solé on the Ocean Resort and Spa in Sunny Isles, Florida. Season Six guest judges include Dee Lennox and Matt Schiering. Eric Schlossberg, professional chef and culinary instructor at The Art Institute of Fort Lauderdale, is also serving as a judge. In addition to his teaching, Schlossberg works as executive chef at Fit Food Fresh and as owner of Allure Catering and Events.

Watch the students compete during “All Mixed Up” Lifetime TV, Mondays at 7:30 am through July 18, 2016. Or watch live streams of the shows here.

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Students and Graduate of The Art Institutes Premiere Films at the Prestigious Festival de Cannes Students and Graduate of The Art Institutes Premiere Films at the Prestigious Festival de Cannes

PITTSBURGH, PA, May 16, 2016 – A passion for storytelling and the desire to make a mark in the world of cinema has taken two students and a graduate of The Art Institutes system of schools from aspiring filmmakers to the international debut of their work at the prestigious Festival de Cannes this week. 

Jillian Kibler and Tim Collins, current students in the Bachelor of Fine Arts in Digital Filmmaking & Video Production program at The Art Institute of Atlanta, and Derick Crucius, a 2012 graduate of the Bachelor of Science in Digital Filmmaking and Video Production program from The Art Institute of Philadelphia, had films selected for the Short Film Corner at the festival in Cannes, France.

For Kibler and Collins, the path to Cannes came in the form of “Kiss of Death,” a short film whose concept they came up with while working on a final school project together. “Kiss of Death” is a narrative short that centers on a couple’s plan to leave town by sundown, but takes an unexpected turn. The short was presented in a special student showcase at the Atlanta Film Festival and has been recognized at film festivals across the country.

Crucius teamed up with childhood friend and longtime partner Ryan Regan for the first film from their production company Dead Pixel Cinema to create “Charley Tucson,” a character study loosely based on infamous Pennsylvania prison guard George Banks who shot 13 people to death in 1982, including his own family. It is a reflection of Crucius’ fascination with the psyches of those who live on the fringes of society and is taking the pair of filmmakers from Philadelphia to France for its debut at the festival. 

“We are proud to have the work and talents of our students and graduate presented on an international platform. Their hard work is an inspiration to current and future students alike,” said Timothy Moscato, Chief Operating Officer, The Art Institutes system of schools.

All three filmmakers will document their nine day journey to France this month and will be featured on The Art Institutes Instagram and Snapchat pages at https://www.instagram.com/art_institutes/ and http://bit.ly/aisnaps

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Press Releases

Chicago Fashion Alum Featured on WSRB FM to Discuss Collection Launch at Neiman Marcus

Alante Baugh, who in 2016 earned a Bachelor of Fine Arts in Fashion Design from The Illinois Institute of Art – Chicago was recently in studio with WSRB-FM’s Debra Rhodes following the launch of his fashion collection at Neiman Marcus.  The 24-year-old’s collection appeared in the Michigan Avenue department for five days.

In April, Alante took top prize at top prize at Driehaus Design Initiative Awards for Fashion Excellence and earned the Neiman Marcus Distinguished Designer Award.

Alante shared his vision behind the collection, which includes jackets, pants and tops. In addition to winning the Driehaus’ top honor, Alante was given a $7,500 cash award, which he plans to use to expand his brand.

His interview is expected to air Sunday, June 26 on Real Talk w/Debra Rhodes on 106.3.

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Alumni Success

Inland Empire Grads Host “Street Glyphics” Local Artist Showcase

In 2013, students in an Advanced Layout class at The Art Institute of California—Inland Empire, a campus of Argosy University, collaborated to create “Untapped Hiphop” magazine. The publication was the brainchild of David Williams and Justin Valdivia, who both earned Bachelor of Science degrees in Graphic & Web Design in 2016.  They invited Furman Newby to join the publication a few months later—and now the publication is making an impact in the San Bernardino community. Furman is a fellow 2016 grad, having earned a Bachelor of Science in Media Arts & Animation.

While still in school, the trio had an idea to host an art event that would showcase local talent. They shared their idea with instructor John Luer, who challenged them to move forward with the concept. 

They approached the City of San Bernardino and the San Bernardino Fine Arts Commission, and were granted funds to hold the event. David, Justin, and Furman named the event “Street Glyphics” and it took place on July 16, 2016 on The Art Institute of California—Inland Empire’s campus. The event allowed local artists to express their creativity in a positive environment.  

Learn more about the event on social media: #untappedhiphopmagazine or #streetglyphics

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