This fall Taylor Loutsis, third-year visual communication undergraduate student in The Design School with a minor in studio art from the School of Art, will be the first design student to study abroad with the semester abroad qualifying as a semester of study at ASU. Taylor has chosen to study at Nanyang Technological University of Singapore this fall and will be taking three studios in design and one in photography. During the summer prior to his semester abroad, he will backpack 3,600 miles through five countries in southeast Asia with the assistance of a traveling grant provided by ASU. The backpacking portion will focus on photography and sound, with a final project based around the sounds of southeast Asia. To follow Taylor on his journey, visit: eyetolense.tumblr.com.
Project Date: Jun 26, 2013
Phillip Carrier, an ASU School of Art graduate student pursuing an MFA in sculpture, was awarded the 2013 Outstanding Student Achievement in Contemporary Sculpture Honorable Mention. The International Sculpture Center established the Outstanding Student Achievement in Contemporary Sculpture Award program in 1994 to recognize deserving sculpture students and to encourage their continued commitment to the field of sculpture. Exceptional students are chosen ye arly for this prestigious award. Phillip’s work will be recognized in the 2013 October
issue of Sculpture magazine, as well as at www.sculpture.org.
Project Date: Oct 1, 2013
ASU School of Art MFA in Photography candidate Anne Brye is being awarded the 2013 Society for Photographic Education Student Award. Once a year, the SPE sponsors one student to travel to their renowned national conference, where they are honored at the awards ceremony. The student is also awarded with a one-year student SPE membership. The ceremony to honor Brye will be held March 9, 2013.
Project Date: Mar 9, 2013