Complete your taxes early, so you can do your FAFSA, so you can have a better chance with obtaining grant monies.
I am excited to share that Eva Maddox is scheduled to come to Harrington on Wed. Jan 21st to kick off our speaker series.
2015 Interior Design Speaker Series – kick off event!
Wednesday, January 21st, 2015
“How Design Problems Are Solved and Future Casting.”
Rare opportunity to listen to Interior Design legend EVA MADDOX here at Harrington College of Design!
Meet and greet Eva Maddox in the Barbara Marks Gallery on 2 from 6:00-6:30pm with a lecture/discussion to follow in room 106 from 6:30-8pm.
Eva is known for her evidence based design solutions and future casting – please join us!
Diane Kitchell, EdD
Studio Leader, Interior Design
Visit the Student Portal or stop into Suite 212 on the 2nd floor to update your contact information on file in the case the campus closes for inclement weather or for emergency alerts.
Stay warm, students!
We will advise if classes are called, but for now we are Open.
AIGA Lecture: Font Detective, Extra Bold
January 29th at 7pm
Thomas Phinney discusses and shows evidence from several of the cases he has been called into as a typographic consultant, including a forged will, a frontier mailbag, a fake rabbi, and the fake documents about President Bush’s National Guard service. Attendees will learn how mistakes in typography, printing and font selection ruined what could have otherwise been perfectly good forgeries.Thu, Jan 29, 2015 7:00 PM – 9:00 PM
Learn more and Register here!
Crafting Type 3-day Workshop
January 30–February 1, all day
Crafting Type is an intense 3-day workshop where absolute beginners learn how to design typefaces and intermediate type designers boost their skills. We run it around the world at cities large and small to bring you a solid start in type design.
You may not be considering a career as a type designer. Many people we meet at our workshops have already established great careers as artists, architects, and illustrators. Sometimes we see customers again who travel in from another city to attend the same workshop twice — with no intention of becoming a professional type designer, ever.