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Posted by Jennifer Kopf on Apr 11, 2020 11:54:16 AM

Industries representing careers that lead from every PCA&D major will be present April 14 when the College hosts its first Career Day.

In addition, artists and creatives from a wide variety of fields -- from VFX artists and game developers to comic book writers, illustrators, graphic designers, curators, gallery directors, filmmakers, public programming, graduate studies, and more -- have signed on to share their career experiences.

 

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Topics: internship, career day, employment, jobs

Posted by Jennifer Kopf on Dec 29, 2019 7:00:00 AM

A pair of PCA&D students have been selected for an international photographers' conference program in January.

Kennedy Bryant Toomey (‘22 Photography & Video) and Nicole Stoltzfus (‘22 Photography & Video) have been accepted into the volunteer program at the Professional Photographers of America's 2020 Imaging USA Conference in Nashville. They'll join more than 10,000 international photographers in Nashville for the six-day conference, an event that combines conference, trade show, and exhibition, and is the largest of its kind in the U.S.

Organizers, Kennedy says, "choose several students from around the country to participate in order to create networking and connections between big-name photography corporations and students."

Toomey and Stoltzfus sat down to share their thoughts about the opportunity -- as well as their dream cameras, assignments, and inspirations, and what drew them to pursue a BFA in Photography & Video at PCA&D:

 

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Topics: Transfer students, awards, student news, art students, honors, portfolio, internship, photography and videography, Class of 2022

Posted by Jennifer Kopf on Nov 6, 2019 6:00:00 AM

Corinne Carmiche '20 works on a CITYarts mural during her summer NYC internship. All photos courtesy Corinne Carmiche.

 

Corinne Carmiche '20 used her summer vacation from art school to take a crash course of sorts in public art in the real world: an internship with CITYarts, a New York-based public arts and education nonprofit.

CITYarts programs pair children and youth with professional artists to create public art in New York City. And, since its 1989 founding, CITYarts has gone global using local artists and volunteers. Youth on six continents, and in 81 countries, have created more than 6,000 works through CITYarts' Pieces for Peace Project.

When Corinne learned about the program, the Fine Art major says, it seemed a perfect fit.

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Topics: fine art, summer, art students, internship

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