The Catawba Valley Community College Student Art show will be held at the Hickory Museum of Art in the COE Gallery from 3:00 PM to 7:00 PM on May 7. Students from Advertising + Graphic Design, Photographic Technology, and Visual Arts will all be presenting their work In order to adhere to social distancing guidelines, we kindly ask that all guests reserve a viewing time. This is to ensure that all our guests can safely enjoy the event. Thank you so much!
CLICK HERE TO Reserve your VIEWING time
We provide students with a strong foundation in good design practice in preparation for potential careers in graphic design studios, advertising agencies, printing companies, department stores, in-house art departments, print publications or web design and management. In the AGD program at CVCC, we start by teaching students how to critically and creatively think through strategies and concepts. We utilize industry standard research methods at the onset of every project to foster unique and solid student solutions. We believe in a solid foundation; therefore, we teach students the basics of good design. Not only are students exposed to in-depth studies on the elements and principles of design, but they receive training in typography, drawing fundamentals, illustration, and the ideation process. We teach students multiple Adobe Creative Suite software programs to provide the tools to digitize and implement creations. To learn more about CVCC's Advertising & Graphic Design program, contact Jennifer Cobb at jcobb@cvcc.edu or Aaron Tallman at atallman@cvcc.edu
ADVERTISING AND GRAPHIC DESIGN
Abigail Houston Ashley Barnett Chloe Huffman
abigailhoustoncreative.com thebarnettstudio.com thestudiochlo.com
Chloe Wickham Christian Gonzalez Devyion Smyre
chloegracedesignco.com gonzalezgraphicsco.com studiosmyre.com
Dominique Wingate Grace Mull Kayla Seabock
dominiquedesignandco.com graceardenco.com kssgraphix.com
Keyley Sigmon Lillian Childres Maggie Shugart
keyleyshaedesignco.com lilliandesignworks.com maggiemariedesigns.com
Rodrigo Gonzalez Savannah Blackburn
designsbyrodrigo.com blackburndesignco.com
In today’s world, images are used more and more to communicate thoughts, ideas, events and products. Photography professionals are needed to visualize and capture these images. CVCC’s Photographic Technology Program will teach you the basics of camera operation, lighting, photographic process and digital imaging. These basics and your imagination can lead you to a career in commercial photography, portrait photography or photojournalism. The unique laboratory and classroom setup at CVCC maximizes the learning experience. There’s virtually no distinction from lecture to practice in the lab. Instructors work alongside students in the labs, mentoring them as they pick up new skills and fine-tune their craft. CVCC’s Photographic Technology Program graduates can go in a lot of different directions. Some have pursued the “never a dull moment” world of photojournalism while others go into the more predictable, controlled environment of studio photography. To learn more, contact Joe Young at jyoung@cvcc.edu.
Photographic Technology
Destiny Stanley Kim Castro -Santacruz Makayla Buff
destinystanleyphotography.com kimberlycastrophotography.com makaylaquinnphotography.com
The Associate in Fine Arts (AFA) degree program prepares students to move towards professional practice or the pursuit of a bachelor’s degree at a four-year college or university. The AFA curriculum helps students strengthen and expand their creativity as well as their technical knowledge of the history and practice of creating art and design. The coursework and studio experiences build students’ skills in concept development, visual observation, personal expression, critical thinking, and problem solving – skills essential for prospering in the professional practice of art and design. The program is grounded in the traditions of hands-on practice in drawing, painting, sculpting, ceramics, and printmaking while also connecting fully to the rich opportunities in digital and other emerging technologies. The program brings together the strengths that CVCC has to offer, small class sizes, artist led instruction, and hands-on training. The Associate in Fine Arts in Visual Arts gives artists a broad base to practice their skills and hone their talents. Students learn problem-solving skills applicable not only to art studies, but also to everyday life. We foster lifelong learning, appreciation of diverse points of view, and recognition of art as a fundamental form of human expression. To learn more, contact Jeffery Kiefer at jkiefer@cvcc.edu.
Visual Arts
Andrew Richtmyer
Tyler Johncock
Coming Soon instagram: @tyler_by_tyler
A special Thank You to The Apex Creative Team (Ashley Barnett, Kayla Seabock, Keyley Sigmon, and Rodrigo Gonzalez) In the Advertising + Graphic Design Program For Developing and Implementing the Marketing Collateral for Vision 2021!
The Catawba Valley Community College Student Art show will be held at the Hickory Museum of Art in the COE Gallery from 3:00 PM to 7:00 PM on May 7. Students from Advertising + Graphic Design, Photographic Technology, and Visual Arts will all be presenting their work In order to adhere to social distancing guidelines, we kindly ask that all guests reserve a viewing time. This is to ensure that all our guests can safely enjoy the event. Thank you so much!
CLICK HERE TO Reserve your VIEWING time
We provide students with a strong foundation in good design practice in preparation for potential careers in graphic design studios, advertising agencies, printing companies, department stores, in-house art departments, print publications or web design and management. In the AGD program at CVCC, we start by teaching students how to critically and creatively think through strategies and concepts. We utilize industry standard research methods at the onset of every project to foster unique and solid student solutions. We believe in a solid foundation; therefore, we teach students the basics of good design. Not only are students exposed to in-depth studies on the elements and principles of design, but they receive training in typography, drawing fundamentals, illustration, and the ideation process. We teach students multiple Adobe Creative Suite software programs to provide the tools to digitize and implement creations. To learn more about CVCC's Advertising & Graphic Design program, contact Jennifer Cobb at jcobb@cvcc.edu or Aaron Tallman at atallman@cvcc.edu
ADVERTISING AND GRAPHIC DESIGN
Abigail Houston Ashley Barnett Chloe Huffman
abigailhoustoncreative.com thebarnettstudio.com thestudiochlo.com
Chloe Wickham Christian Gonzalez Devyion Smyre
chloegracedesignco.com gonzalezgraphicsco.com studiosmyre.com
Dominique Wingate Grace Mull Kayla Seabock
dominiquedesignandco.com graceardenco.com kssgraphix.com
Keyley Sigmon Lillian Childres Maggie Shugart
keyleyshaedesignco.com lilliandesignworks.com maggiemariedesigns.com
Rodrigo Gonzalez Savannah Blackburn
designsbyrodrigo.com blackburndesignco.com
In today’s world, images are used more and more to communicate thoughts, ideas, events and products. Photography professionals are needed to visualize and capture these images. CVCC’s Photographic Technology Program will teach you the basics of camera operation, lighting, photographic process and digital imaging. These basics and your imagination can lead you to a career in commercial photography, portrait photography or photojournalism. The unique laboratory and classroom setup at CVCC maximizes the learning experience. There’s virtually no distinction from lecture to practice in the lab. Instructors work alongside students in the labs, mentoring them as they pick up new skills and fine-tune their craft. CVCC’s Photographic Technology Program graduates can go in a lot of different directions. Some have pursued the “never a dull moment” world of photojournalism while others go into the more predictable, controlled environment of studio photography. To learn more, contact Joe Young at jyoung@cvcc.edu.
Photographic Technology
Destiny Stanley Kim Castro -Santacruz Makayla Buff
destinystanleyphotography.com kimberlycastrophotography.com makaylaquinnphotography.com
The Associate in Fine Arts (AFA) degree program prepares students to move towards professional practice or the pursuit of a bachelor’s degree at a four-year college or university. The AFA curriculum helps students strengthen and expand their creativity as well as their technical knowledge of the history and practice of creating art and design. The coursework and studio experiences build students’ skills in concept development, visual observation, personal expression, critical thinking, and problem solving – skills essential for prospering in the professional practice of art and design. The program is grounded in the traditions of hands-on practice in drawing, painting, sculpting, ceramics, and printmaking while also connecting fully to the rich opportunities in digital and other emerging technologies. The program brings together the strengths that CVCC has to offer, small class sizes, artist led instruction, and hands-on training. The Associate in Fine Arts in Visual Arts gives artists a broad base to practice their skills and hone their talents. Students learn problem-solving skills applicable not only to art studies, but also to everyday life. We foster lifelong learning, appreciation of diverse points of view, and recognition of art as a fundamental form of human expression. To learn more, contact Jeffery Kiefer at jkiefer@cvcc.edu.
Visual Arts
Andrew Richtmyer
Tyler Johncock
Coming Soon instagram: @tyler_by_tyler
A special Thank You to The Apex Creative Team (Ashley Barnett, Kayla Seabock, Keyley Sigmon, and Rodrigo Gonzalez) In the Advertising + Graphic Design Program For Developing and Implementing the Marketing Collateral for Vision 2021!
The Catawba Valley Community College Student Art show will be held at the Hickory Museum of Art in the COE Gallery from 3:00 PM to 7:00 PM on May 7. Students from Advertising + Graphic Design, Photographic Technology, and Visual Arts will all be presenting their work In order to adhere to social distancing guidelines, we kindly ask that all guests reserve a viewing time. This is to ensure that all our guests can safely enjoy the event. Thank you so much!
CLICK HERE TO Reserve your VIEWING time
We provide students with a strong foundation in good design practice in preparation for potential careers in graphic design studios, advertising agencies, printing companies, department stores, in-house art departments, print publications or web design and management. In the AGD program at CVCC, we start by teaching students how to critically and creatively think through strategies and concepts. We utilize industry standard research methods at the onset of every project to foster unique and solid student solutions. We believe in a solid foundation; therefore, we teach students the basics of good design. Not only are students exposed to in-depth studies on the elements and principles of design, but they receive training in typography, drawing fundamentals, illustration, and the ideation process. We teach students multiple Adobe Creative Suite software programs to provide the tools to digitize and implement creations. To learn more about CVCC's Advertising & Graphic Design program, contact Jennifer Cobb at jcobb@cvcc.edu or Aaron Tallman at atallman@cvcc.edu
ADVERTISING AND GRAPHIC DESIGN
Abigail Houston Ashley Barnett Chloe Huffman
Chloe Wickham Christian Gonzalez Devyion Smyre
Dominique Wingate Grace Mull Kayla Seabock
Keyley Sigmon Lillian Childres Maggie Shugart
Rodrigo Gonzalez Savannah Blackburn
In today’s world, images are used more and more to communicate thoughts, ideas, events and products. Photography professionals are needed to visualize and capture these images. CVCC’s Photographic Technology Program will teach you the basics of camera operation, lighting, photographic process and digital imaging. These basics and your imagination can lead you to a career in commercial photography, portrait photography or photojournalism. The unique laboratory and classroom setup at CVCC maximizes the learning experience. There’s virtually no distinction from lecture to practice in the lab. Instructors work alongside students in the labs, mentoring them as they pick up new skills and fine-tune their craft. CVCC’s Photographic Technology Program graduates can go in a lot of different directions. Some have pursued the “never a dull moment” world of photojournalism while others go into the more predictable, controlled environment of studio photography. To learn more, contact Joe Young at jyoung@cvcc.edu.
Photographic Technology
Makayla Buff Kim Castro -Santacruz Destiny Stanley
The Associate in Fine Arts (AFA) degree program prepares students to move towards professional practice or the pursuit of a bachelor’s degree at a four-year college or university. The AFA curriculum helps students strengthen and expand their creativity as well as their technical knowledge of the history and practice of creating art and design. The coursework and studio experiences build students’ skills in concept development, visual observation, personal expression, critical thinking, and problem solving – skills essential for prospering in the professional practice of art and design. The program is grounded in the traditions of hands-on practice in drawing, painting, sculpting, ceramics, and printmaking while also connecting fully to the rich opportunities in digital and other emerging technologies. The program brings together the strengths that CVCC has to offer, small class sizes, artist led instruction, and hands-on training. The Associate in Fine Arts in Visual Arts gives artists a broad base to practice their skills and hone their talents. Students learn problem-solving skills applicable not only to art studies, but also to everyday life. We foster lifelong learning, appreciation of diverse points of view, and recognition of art as a fundamental form of human expression. To learn more, contact Jeffery Kiefer at jkiefer@cvcc.edu.
Visual Arts
Andrew Richtmyer
Tyler Johncock
A special Thank You to The Apex Creative Team (Ashley Barnett, Kayla Seabock, Keyley Sigmon, and Rodrigo Gonzalez) In the Advertising + Graphic Design Program For Developing and Implementing the Marketing Collateral for Vision 2021!
The Catawba Valley Community College Student Art show will be held at the Hickory Museum of Art in the COE Gallery from 3:00 PM to 7:00 PM on May 7. Students from Advertising + Graphic Design, Photographic Technology, and Visual Arts will all be presenting their work In order to adhere to social distancing guidelines, we kindly ask that all guests reserve a viewing time. This is to ensure that all our guests can safely enjoy the event. Thank you so much!
CLICK HERE TO Reserve your VIEWING time
We provide students with a strong foundation in good design practice in preparation for potential careers in graphic design studios, advertising agencies, printing companies, department stores, in-house art departments, print publications or web design and management. In the AGD program at CVCC, we start by teaching students how to critically and creatively think through strategies and concepts. We utilize industry standard research methods at the onset of every project to foster unique and solid student solutions. We believe in a solid foundation; therefore, we teach students the basics of good design. Not only are students exposed to in-depth studies on the elements and principles of design, but they receive training in typography, drawing fundamentals, illustration, and the ideation process. We teach students multiple Adobe Creative Suite software programs to provide the tools to digitize and implement creations. To learn more about CVCC's Advertising & Graphic Design program, contact Jennifer Cobb at jcobb@cvcc.edu or Aaron Tallman at atallman@cvcc.edu
ADVERTISING AND GRAPHIC DESIGN
Abigail Houston Ashley Barnett Chloe Huffman
Chloe Wickham Christian Gonzalez Devyion Smyre
Dominique Wingate Grace Mull Kayla Seabock
Keyley Sigmon Lillian Childres Maggie Shugart
Rodrigo Gonzalez Savannah Blackburn
In today’s world, images are used more and more to communicate thoughts, ideas, events and products. Photography professionals are needed to visualize and capture these images. CVCC’s Photographic Technology Program will teach you the basics of camera operation, lighting, photographic process and digital imaging. These basics and your imagination can lead you to a career in commercial photography, portrait photography or photojournalism. The unique laboratory and classroom setup at CVCC maximizes the learning experience. There’s virtually no distinction from lecture to practice in the lab. Instructors work alongside students in the labs, mentoring them as they pick up new skills and fine-tune their craft. CVCC’s Photographic Technology Program graduates can go in a lot of different directions. Some have pursued the “never a dull moment” world of photojournalism while others go into the more predictable, controlled environment of studio photography. To learn more, contact Joe Young at jyoung@cvcc.edu.
Photographic Technology
Makayla Buff Kim Castro -Santacruz Destiny Stanley
The Associate in Fine Arts (AFA) degree program prepares students to move towards professional practice or the pursuit of a bachelor’s degree at a four-year college or university. The AFA curriculum helps students strengthen and expand their creativity as well as their technical knowledge of the history and practice of creating art and design. The coursework and studio experiences build students’ skills in concept development, visual observation, personal expression, critical thinking, and problem solving – skills essential for prospering in the professional practice of art and design. The program is grounded in the traditions of hands-on practice in drawing, painting, sculpting, ceramics, and printmaking while also connecting fully to the rich opportunities in digital and other emerging technologies. The program brings together the strengths that CVCC has to offer, small class sizes, artist led instruction, and hands-on training. The Associate in Fine Arts in Visual Arts gives artists a broad base to practice their skills and hone their talents. Students learn problem-solving skills applicable not only to art studies, but also to everyday life. We foster lifelong learning, appreciation of diverse points of view, and recognition of art as a fundamental form of human expression. To learn more, contact Jeffery Kiefer at jkiefer@cvcc.edu.
Visual Arts
Andrew Richtmyer
Tyler Johncock
A special Thank You to The Apex Creative Team (Ashley Barnett, Kayla Seabock, Keyley Sigmon, and Rodrigo Gonzalez) In the Advertising + Graphic Design Program For Developing and Implementing the Marketing Collateral for Vision 2021!
The Catawba Valley Community College Student Art show will be held at the Hickory Museum of Art in the COE Gallery from 3:00 PM to 7:00 PM on May 7. Students from Advertising + Graphic Design, Photographic Technology, and Visual Arts will all be presenting their work In order to adhere to social distancing guidelines, we kindly ask that all guests reserve a viewing time. This is to ensure that all our guests can safely enjoy the event. Thank you so much!
CLICK HERE TO Reserve your VIEWING time
We provide students with a strong foundation in good design practice in preparation for potential careers in graphic design studios, advertising agencies, printing companies, department stores, in-house art departments, print publications or web design and management. In the AGD program at CVCC, we start by teaching students how to critically and creatively think through strategies and concepts. We utilize industry standard research methods at the onset of every project to foster unique and solid student solutions. We believe in a solid foundation; therefore, we teach students the basics of good design. Not only are students exposed to in-depth studies on the elements and principles of design, but they receive training in typography, drawing fundamentals, illustration, and the ideation process. We teach students multiple Adobe Creative Suite software programs to provide the tools to digitize and implement creations. To learn more about CVCC's Advertising & Graphic Design program, contact Jennifer Cobb at jcobb@cvcc.edu or Aaron Tallman at atallman@cvcc.edu
ADVERTISING AND GRAPHIC DESIGN
Abigail Houston Ashley Barnett Chloe Huffman
Chloe Wickham Christian Gonzalez Devyion Smyre
Dominique Wingate Grace Mull Kayla Seabock
Keyley Sigmon Lillian Childres Maggie Shugart
Rodrigo Gonzalez Savannah Blackburn
In today’s world, images are used more and more to communicate thoughts, ideas, events and products. Photography professionals are needed to visualize and capture these images. CVCC’s Photographic Technology Program will teach you the basics of camera operation, lighting, photographic process and digital imaging. These basics and your imagination can lead you to a career in commercial photography, portrait photography or photojournalism. The unique laboratory and classroom setup at CVCC maximizes the learning experience. There’s virtually no distinction from lecture to practice in the lab. Instructors work alongside students in the labs, mentoring them as they pick up new skills and fine-tune their craft. CVCC’s Photographic Technology Program graduates can go in a lot of different directions. Some have pursued the “never a dull moment” world of photojournalism while others go into the more predictable, controlled environment of studio photography. To learn more, contact Joe Young at jyoung@cvcc.edu.
Photographic Technology
Destiny Stanley Kim Castro -Santacruz Makayla Buff
The Associate in Fine Arts (AFA) degree program prepares students to move towards professional practice or the pursuit of a bachelor’s degree at a four-year college or university. The AFA curriculum helps students strengthen and expand their creativity as well as their technical knowledge of the history and practice of creating art and design. The coursework and studio experiences build students’ skills in concept development, visual observation, personal expression, critical thinking, and problem solving – skills essential for prospering in the professional practice of art and design. The program is grounded in the traditions of hands-on practice in drawing, painting, sculpting, ceramics, and printmaking while also connecting fully to the rich opportunities in digital and other emerging technologies. The program brings together the strengths that CVCC has to offer, small class sizes, artist led instruction, and hands-on training. The Associate in Fine Arts in Visual Arts gives artists a broad base to practice their skills and hone their talents. Students learn problem-solving skills applicable not only to art studies, but also to everyday life. We foster lifelong learning, appreciation of diverse points of view, and recognition of art as a fundamental form of human expression. To learn more, contact Jeffery Kiefer at jkiefer@cvcc.edu.
Visual Arts
Andrew Richtmyer
Tyler Johncock
A special Thank You to The Apex Creative Team (Ashley Barnett, Kayla Seabock, Keyley Sigmon, and Rodrigo Gonzalez) In the Advertising + Graphic Design Program For Developing and Implementing the Marketing Collateral for Vision 2021!
The Catawba Valley Community College Student Art show will be held at the Hickory Museum of Art in the COE Gallery from 3:00 PM to 7:00 PM on May 7. Students from Advertising + Graphic Design, Photographic Technology, and Visual Arts will all be presenting their work In order to adhere to social distancing guidelines, we kindly ask that all guests reserve a viewing time. This is to ensure that all our guests can safely enjoy the event. Thank you so much!
CLICK HERE TO Reserve your VIEWING time
We provide students with a strong foundation in good design practice in preparation for potential careers in graphic design studios, advertising agencies, printing companies, department stores, in-house art departments, print publications or web design and management. In the AGD program at CVCC, we start by teaching students how to critically and creatively think through strategies and concepts. We utilize industry standard research methods at the onset of every project to foster unique and solid student solutions. We believe in a solid foundation; therefore, we teach students the basics of good design. Not only are students exposed to in-depth studies on the elements and principles of design, but they receive training in typography, drawing fundamentals, illustration, and the ideation process. We teach students multiple Adobe Creative Suite software programs to provide the tools to digitize and implement creations. To learn more about CVCC's Advertising & Graphic Design program, contact Jennifer Cobb at jcobb@cvcc.edu or Aaron Tallman at atallman@cvcc.edu
ADVERTISING AND GRAPHIC DESIGN
Abigail Houston Ashley Barnett Chloe Huffman
Chloe Wickham Christian Gonzalez Devyion Smyre
Dominique Wingate Grace Mull Kayla Seabock
Keyley Sigmon Lillian Childres Maggie Shugart
Rodrigo Gonzalez Savannah Blackburn
In today’s world, images are used more and more to communicate thoughts, ideas, events and products. Photography professionals are needed to visualize and capture these images. CVCC’s Photographic Technology Program will teach you the basics of camera operation, lighting, photographic process and digital imaging. These basics and your imagination can lead you to a career in commercial photography, portrait photography or photojournalism. The unique laboratory and classroom setup at CVCC maximizes the learning experience. There’s virtually no distinction from lecture to practice in the lab. Instructors work alongside students in the labs, mentoring them as they pick up new skills and fine-tune their craft. CVCC’s Photographic Technology Program graduates can go in a lot of different directions. Some have pursued the “never a dull moment” world of photojournalism while others go into the more predictable, controlled environment of studio photography. To learn more, contact Joe Young at jyoung@cvcc.edu.
Photographic Technology
Destiny Stanley Kim Castro -Santacruz Makayla Buff
The Associate in Fine Arts (AFA) degree program prepares students to move towards professional practice or the pursuit of a bachelor’s degree at a four-year college or university. The AFA curriculum helps students strengthen and expand their creativity as well as their technical knowledge of the history and practice of creating art and design. The coursework and studio experiences build students’ skills in concept development, visual observation, personal expression, critical thinking, and problem solving – skills essential for prospering in the professional practice of art and design. The program is grounded in the traditions of hands-on practice in drawing, painting, sculpting, ceramics, and printmaking while also connecting fully to the rich opportunities in digital and other emerging technologies. The program brings together the strengths that CVCC has to offer, small class sizes, artist led instruction, and hands-on training. The Associate in Fine Arts in Visual Arts gives artists a broad base to practice their skills and hone their talents. Students learn problem-solving skills applicable not only to art studies, but also to everyday life. We foster lifelong learning, appreciation of diverse points of view, and recognition of art as a fundamental form of human expression. To learn more, contact Jeffery Kiefer at jkiefer@cvcc.edu.
Visual Arts
Andrew Richtmyer
Tyler Johncock
A special Thank You to The Apex Creative Team (Ashley Barnett, Kayla Seabock, Keyley Sigmon, and Rodrigo Gonzalez) In the Advertising + Graphic Design Program For Developing and Implementing the Marketing Collateral for Vision 2021!