ART 388 Student Work Recognized at Cross Connections 2024 International Exhibition

The Cross Connections 2024 International Exhibition and Competition of Visual Communication Design and Emerging Media Design is a global event that showcases the creative works of students and faculty from over ten higher education institutions worldwide. 

This collaborative exhibition will feature approximately 120 artworks encompassing a wide range of visual art forms, including print-based visual communication design, screen-based video and animation, and user-centered design across both traditional and emerging media. The exhibition aims to transcend borders, cultures, concepts, media, and disciplines, offering a captivating fusion of contemporary visual communication designs and emerging trends. An expert panel of judges will evaluate the selected artworks for the international exhibition and competition, which will then be displayed in institutions worldwide in Spring of 2024.

Participating institutions from North America, Europe, and Asia include School of The Art Institute of Chicago, Texas A&M University Corpus Christi, University of Minnesota Twin Cities, The University of Texas at Arlington, The University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee, Polytechnic Institute of Cávado and Ave, Portugal, LUCA School of Arts, Belgium, Central Academy of Fine Arts, China, Hanyang University, Korea, Luxun Academy of Fine Arts, China, National Taiwan University of Arts, Taiwan, and Shanghai Academy of Fine Arts, China.

You can find more information of the competition in previous year here

ART 388: Interaction Design II, taught by Linh Toscani, had student work featured in this year's Cross Connections 2024 International Exhibition. Student work featured above: Erika Rose DeAnda.

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