SUDBURY – Imagine if you could envision solutions to everyday issues and use visual communications to make change. It’s an exciting challenge, and it’s done successfully by talented designers whose work can encourage, discourage, direct and inform all of us.
This year, graduating students in Cambrian College’s Graphic Design program have come up with a collection of eighteen issues and proposed solutions through design. “Students chose a diverse set of problems, and their approaches to change are amazing because they’re both inspirational and achievable,” explained program coordinator Ron Beltrame.
Their work will be the focus of the graduating students’ exhibit, Dissolve, which will be shown on April 9 at Fuse Nightclub downtown. This is a one-night only exhibit, but the work will be made available for public viewing on campus at a later date.
Full details and video previews of the problems that students tackle, ranging from wilderness survival to food security, may be viewed online at http://ccgraphicdesign.ca/dissolve/.
Date: Thursday, April 9, 2015
Time: 7 p.m.
Location: Fuse Nightclub, 28 Elgin St., Sudbury
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Graphic Design Program Coordinator
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