The Service Bureau offers many incredible services to MCAD's students that we couldn't find anywhere else. They can make prints smaller than a postcard, and they can also make banners that cover an entire wall. They'll bind books for you, make buttons, and of course are always happy to help with questions.
Every year, MCAD students are given the chance to participate in an annual competition hosted by Room & Board, a local furniture company emphasizing simplicity and modern design in their work. The winner is awarded $3,000, and the winning design is given consideration for Room & Board's 2016 collection.
Last week we hosted MCAD’s nineteenth annual Partners in Scholarship Luncheon. Our speakers, donor Carl Jones, president of Anchor Bank; alum Shawn McCann '02; and current student Leigh Luna; articulately made the case for supporting students at MCAD.
MCAD is one of the few schools in the nation to offer a major in comic art, which, according to the article Comic Book Heroes Not Hiding in the Shadows Anymore on the Record, is an industry that is growing.
Join Jamie Owens ’13 to commemorate a new body of visual art. In a brand new collection of work, Owens playfully scrutinizes various endemic socio-economic problems perpetuated within late-stage capitalism.