At the end of this month, Cal Poly Pomona’s student chapter of AIGA (American Institute of Graphic Arts) is partnering with AIGA-Long Beach to host CPP’s first design-a-thon, Design For Good. For 24 hours from Jan. 26 to Jan. 27, participants will design visual materials for two...Read More
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From professional lectures and fundraisers, to art shows and a trek to South by Southwest, CPP AIGA has a full lineup of events open to all art department and ENV students.
- Jan. 23: A special lecture featuring illustrator/visual artist...
Meet this year's e-board and learn about the CPP student chapter of AIGA at a potluck-style picnic at the Engineering Meadow (the grass field in front of the Art Lockers and behind Building 9).
Need a fresh set of eyes to look at your project? AIGA-CPP is hosting a peer critique, encouraging students to post work from their classes to receive feedback from fellow students. Gain exposure, get feedback, and make new connections. Open to all ENV majors. Free pizza for all participants....Read More
Join members of AIGA-CPP for a visit to Monster Energy headquarters in Corona. Spots are limited, reservations highly recommended. Free of charge to AIGA members. Non-members can sign up at:
Rob Resella ('04, graphic design), creative director and senior art director at Mirada Studios, returns to his alma mater for a special one-hour speaking engagement. Network, gain professional insight, and learn about his career highlights at the Los Angeles-based multiplatform storytelling...Read More
What fuels the creative juices of the Art Department faculty are on display at the eponymous exhibition at the W. Keith and Janet Kellogg University Art Gallery.
The show runs through Thursday, Feb. 9. A pre-closing ceremony will take place on Tuesday, Feb. 7, 4-8 p.m....Read More