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ALUMNI FOCUS: Nadia, Sara, Cassidy, Andrew, Matt, Jen & Melissa

Nadia Dolzhenko

Alumnus Nadia and her husband Alex Kravtsov recently showed their photography in the Mountain Valley Photographer’s Exhibit at the Midway Community Center.

To see more of Nadia’s work:
http://ndslc.weebly.com/


Sara Corrigan-Gibbs

Sara’s piece for the “heART is Oakland” Ghostship benefit show held in Oakland, California where she works as a graphic designer.

To see more of Sara’s work, follow her on Instagram:
@saraeileendraws


Cassidy Demkov

Some of Cassidy’s favorites designed for the Maggie Holmes Carousel line. Cassidy works for American Crafts.

To see more of Cassidy’s work, follow her on Instagram:
@cassidydemkov.art


Andrew Malin

Andrew at the Las Vegas Comic Con. Andrew will also be a guest at the Salt Lake Comic Con as a comic book historian.

To see more of Andrew’s work:
http://andrewmalindesign.com/


Matt Page

Matt’s show “Page on the Arts: Mormon Pop Art,” runs through the month of July in the L. Tom Perry Special Collections located on the BYU Campus.

To see more of Matt’s work:
http://mattpagedotcom.com/


Jennifer Terry

Part of Jen’s submission in SkillsUSA contest.

Jen recently returned from the 2017 SkillsUSA competition held in Louisville, Kentucky representing SLCC Visual Art & Design Department. Jen reports:

“It was fun, stressful and eye opening.”


KUDOS TO YOU JEN!

To see more of Jen’s work:
http://www.jenonfire.com/


Melissa Healy Turner

Some of Melissa’s designs for the Maggie Holmes Carousel line will be applied to paper, stickers, diecut ephemera, etc. Melissa works for American Crafts.

To see more of Melissa’s work:
http://missy-turner.squarespace.com


 

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2017 SLCC VAD GRADS!

Salt Lake Community College invited Diane Guerrero, Actor/Author/Human Rights Activist, to speak at the 2017 Commencement. Guerrero is a White House (2015) Ambassador for Citizenship & Naturalization. She is an outspoken advocate for common sense, comprehensive immigration reform, and has worked with the Immigrant Legal Resource Center and Mi Familia Vota, a non-partisan Latino civic engagement organization, to promote citizenship and voter registration.

Congratulations to our Visual Art & Design / Graphic Design graduates! Good luck in your future careers.

Jordan Bautista
Lacee Black
Karli Duisen
Nick Faulkner
Kirsten Milliner

Isabella Morilla
Fernando Mosquera
Jennifer Terry
Kori Thaxton
Lenessa Tingey
Christopher Quick

Fernando Mosquero, Lacee Black, Chris Quick, Jordan Bautista.

 

Lacee Black, Jen Terry, Isabella Morillo, Chris Quick, Mauro Bazan (Illustration), Jordan Bautista and Nick Falkner.

 

And congratulations to John Paul Brantly with his wife, Bekka, graduating from Utah State University. John Paul is a VAD Graphic Design alumnus.