Visual artist Richard Keen is used to having many irons in the fire. Based near Portland, Maine, he has featured work all over the country and is currently finishing a collection of paintings and sculptures for upcoming shows. “I don’t … Continued
“My education at Pennsylvania College of Art & Design was a whirlwind of creative and technical growth, each course playing an integral part. The head of the department’s passion for illustration was contagious and was instrumental in my development as … Continued
What do you do for a living? I’m currently a full-time freelancer! Right now, my bread and butter is a graphic novel I’m working on with Mariko Tamaki (Skim, This One Summer) for First Second, as well as an upcoming … Continued
Rosemarie Oakman hails from New York’s Hudson Valley. With a concentration in metal arts and social practice, she graduated Alfred University in 2014 (BFA major/ Gerontology minor) as winner of the prestigious Student Innovator of The Year Award for the … Continued
Our third place 2017 Creative Outlook Cover Contest winner is “Self Portrait” by 18-year-old Deeva Evangelista from Carpentersville, Ill. Evangelista, a senior at Harry D. Jacobs High School, has been drawing as a hobby since she was three years old. … Continued
With a new director and faculty members, a reinvigorated curriculum and a dedicated collaborative space buildout, updates to Minneapolis College of Art and Design’s entrepreneurial studies (ES) program respond to the needs of today’s students and economic landscape, keeping MCAD and this twenty-year-old program on the cutting edge.
Our 2nd place 2017 Creative Outlook Cover Contest winner is 27-year-old Hayley Haddad from Millington, TN. Her work, “Ephemeral Excavation,” is an intricate, visual montage of the past and present. Haddad is a recent graduate from Memphis College of Art, … Continued
Art teacher Kim Barge structures her classroom around the idea that students need a little light-heartedness in their stressful days. She praises them. She uses sarcasm and tells jokes. She dances and sings. Mrs. Barge’s class is fun and relaxed. … Continued