Artwork Exhibition!

By Lora Galoyan | August 20, 2019

Lyft and Bay Wheels have partnered up to features an exhibition of artwork and art bikes from local artists – Barry McGe, Hueman, and Zio Ziegler. The event will take place on Thursday, August 22nd from 6-10PM. For more information and to attend the event, please click on the link below:

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World Interaction Design Day

By Lora Galoyan | August 1, 2019

Students, mark your calendars for September 24th! World Interaction Design Day is a special chance for you to join in on global workshops and discussions about how interaction design improves the human condition. In partnership with Adobe and IxDA, this year’s theme is Trust and Responsibility, with the aiming of providing a positive, long-lasting impact Read More →

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Paid Internship Alert!

By Lora Galoyan | July 30, 2019

Hello, Students! Amidst the fun of the season and planning for upcoming assignments and classes, an internship is surfacing to join the ranks! This job is an exciting opportunity to work with the gaming department, where you will assist in building the ArtU Esports website. Check out the information below, and e-mail with your Read More →

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By Lora Galoyan | July 19, 2019

Apple is accepting applications for its 2020 Orchard program. The Orchard is a full time, yearlong program for emerging talent in: • art direction • copywriting • strategic planning • brand management • creative technology • UX design • web development • photo and video production Candidates may have a chance for full-time employment upon program completion. Note: You must have full time Read More →

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ARC Language Support Lab

By Lora Galoyan | July 9, 2019

Hello students! Summer semester is halfway through, and we wanted to remind you all about our ARC Language Support Lab.  The purpose of the lab is to provide individualized support to both domestic and international students, working with tutors who are ESL support professionals that specialize in course content across majors. Whether you need help Read More →

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Spring Show 2019 Is Tomorrow!

By amorga | May 15, 2019

Spring Show 2019 is FINALLY HERE! We wanted to congratulate everyone whose work will be featured tomorrow! We also wanted to give a quick reminder that opening night will start at 7:00 PM and go to 9:00 PM, while the awards presentation will begin at 7:30 PM for ADV, and 7:45 PM for WNM. The Read More →

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Enter: 2019 Communication Arts Design & Advertising Competitions!

By amorga | May 7, 2019

Hey WNM students! This a reminder that the 2019 Comm Arts Design & Advertising competitions deadline is this Friday, May 10th. Over the past 60 years, Communication Arts has become one of the most respected publications in the field of visual communications. Their competitions have long been regarded as the benchmark of excellence, and they would Read More →

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Congrats to our Adobe Creative Jam winners!

By Veronica Alcocer | May 3, 2019

We wanted to give a shout out to our amazing WNM students for placing 2nd in the Adobe Creative Jam Nationwide competition. Zoe Liang, Yang Sun, and Meng Yuan Ho competed against 50 teams from 17 colleges. They created an innovative UX/UI project for a provided brief, and prototyped it in Adobe XD. Congratulations to Read More →

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Internship Opportunity at Q2

By Veronica Alcocer | April 12, 2019

Looking for a summer internship? Q2 is accepting applications for a UX Design intern. The internship program is full-time for 12 weeks and paid hourly. The internship emphasizes supporting other designers with research efforts, design prototyping, and documenting user experience design work.  Interns will have the opportunity to learn from a collaborative team of seasoned Read More →

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EAP Support Labs Spring 2019

By Veronica Alcocer | March 15, 2019

Struggling with comprehending class material? Or maybe you’re feeling unprepared for your interview? Jarrod Armour offers one-on-one Language Support Labs for both undergraduate and graduate students. Topics covered include: Prepping for midpoint and final reviews Giving oral presentations in classes Developing and using critique language Reviewing class content (especially anatomical terms, color theory vocabulary, media Read More →

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