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ALUMNI FOCUS: Melissa(s), Nadya, Magen, Jen, Greg & Katrina

Nadya Bratt

From Nadya:

“You say yes, I say yes.”


Melissa Hurd

From Melissa on her custom art:

“Preview of a geometric piece for James.”


Magen Mitchell

From Magen at Obake Style:

“It’s getting close to that dreaded holiday that drives men mad and steals their sanity. Celebrate your lost wits with these festive Great Old Ones.”


Greg Sanderson

Greg spends a lot of time traveling for work. And takes his sketchbook!


Jennifer Terry

From Jen:

“Practicing”


Melissa Healy Turner

From Melissa:

“While updating my website I realized I never posted the digital versions of the windmills I illustrated last year. Here they are!” 


Katrina Parkinson

From Katrina:

“Hey every one ! Me and my cousin Michael Ferry have a booth at the Family Christmas Gift show”


 

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INKTOBER ALUMNI FOCUS: Davin, Sharon, Ben, Magen, Sam, Matt, Chris, Traci, Jen, Emily, Missy, Lauren

What’s Inktober?

From Jake Parker:

“Every October, artists all over the world take on the Inktober drawing challenge by doing one ink drawing a day the entire month.

I created Inktober in 2009 as a challenge to improve my inking skills and develop positive drawing habits. It has since grown into a worldwide endeavor with thousands of artists taking on the challenge every year.

Anyone can do Inktober, just pick up a pen and start drawing.”

http://mrjakeparker.com/inktober/


VAD Alumni examples below of quick drawings and sketches as well as more completed pieces. Not all were created for Inktober, but fit the theme. So fun!


Davin Abegg

From Davin:

“First ever Inktober for me.”


Sharon Armstrong

From Sharon:

“Day of the Dead Underwater.”

“Had some fun with poison.”


Ben Heighton

From Ben:

Monster Pin Up. A devil with an angel’s face. It’s how she was built but i love her just the same.


Magen Mitchell

From Magen:

October means pulling out all your old costumes and having a little dress-up party.

“Creepy twins”

“If the spiders in our house looked this fabulous, we might not kill so many of them.”


Sam Loertscher

From Sam:

“Inktober? To be honest I didn’t even think about that lol!”


Matt Page

From Matt:

“Saturday morning self-portrait.”


Christopher Quick

From Christopher:

“Sh#@%y pub napkin goblin.”

“Dunno where this came from.. some manner of dragon mask!”


Traci Sue

From Traci Sue:

“I’ll see if I can catch up. Chucky doll! For Inktober 4!”


Emily Veylupek

From Emily:

Little bit of color…


Jen Terry

From Jen:

“Cory the candy corn monster wanted to stop by and say Happy Halloween!”


Missy Van Wagoner

From Missy:

“Happy Halloween!! Be safe out there and have fun.”


Lauren Waters

From Lauren:

“Now brewing at a witches apothecary near you!”


 

2017 DIY Festival

9th Annual Craft Lake City

August 11th, 12th & 13th
Gallivan Center / Salt Lake City, UT

From Craft Lake City:

Craft Lake City’s DIY Festival is Utah’s largest local-centric, three-day arts festival, with over 250 local artisans, DIY engineers, vintage vendors, and craft food creators, the Google Fiber STEM Building, two stages of music and dance performances, local food trucks, and approximately 20,000 attendees.


E Pluribus Mormon

From Craft Lake City:

Matt Page is an award winning illustrator and graphic designer inspired by local Mormon culture and pop culture.

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


Jen on Fire

From Craft Lake City:

Jennifer Terry at Jenonfire Design is a graphic designer and illustrator ready to light the fire of creativity in the S.L.C!

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


Neuergeist

From Craft Lake City:

Neuer Geist – Derek & Brighton Ballard – are brand specialists based in Salt Lake. We’re passionate about our craft, from fine art prints to enamel pins and embroidered patches, personal branding and design.

To see more of Brighton and Derek’s work:
http://neuergeist.com/


 

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


 

SLCC Hosts 2017 AIGA Student Portfolio Review

2016 AIGA Student Portfolio Review
Saturday, April 15, 2017

Salt Lake Community College
South City Campus Atrium
1575 South State Street
Salt Lake City, UT 84115

“The Annual AIGA Student Portfolio Review is designed to serve undergraduate students from Utah State University, Weber State, University of Utah, Salt Lake Community College, Utah Valley University, Brigham Young University and Southern Utah University.” ~ AIGA SLC

AIGA Salt Lake City’s Student Portfolio Review is always a great event for students to gain advice, insight and industry information from SLC professional designers as well as design and illustration faculty from Utah colleges.

SLCC Visual Art & Design Department Associate Professor Kerry Gonzales and Assistant Professor Virag White, both in the Graphic Design program, joined their advanced students at this year’s event. Both said they were very proud of the nine VAD Graphic Design students who showed their portfolios and were reviewed by creative directors and faculty from other institutions.

Anastasiya Bobrova

Jordan Bautista

Lacee Black

Donovan Burns

Karli Duisen

Isabella Morillo

Christopher Quick

Jennifer Terry

Lauren Waters

Many of our Graphic Design students are already working as interns or graphic designers in various companies throughout the Wasatch Front. We thank them for their wonderful work and wish them the very best in the future!

Kudos to Anastasiya, Jordan, Lacee, Donovan, Karli, Isabella, Chris, Jennifer and Lauren!