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RIck Rogers, College for Creative Studies

  1. 1. CCS and the Detroit Cluster<br />welcome <br />CEOs for Cities<br />to Detroit<br />1<br />November 8, 2010<br />
  2. 2. Walter and Josephine Ford Campus<br />The New CCS<br />
  3. 3. A. Alfred Taubman Center for Design Education<br />The New CCS<br />
  4. 4. The New CCS<br />CCS Facts<br />BFA Programs<br />Advertising Art Education Crafts Entertainment Arts Fine Arts Graphic Design Illustration Interior Design Photography Product Design Transportation DesignMFA Programs Design Transportation Design<br />Continuing Education<br />Professional Development<br />Pre-college<br />YouthCommunity Arts Partnerships<br /> Outreach programs serving <br /> Detroit youth<br />Henry Ford Academy: School for Creative Studies<br />Art and design charter school, grades 6-12<br />4<br />
  5. 5. The New CCS<br />CCS Facts<br />n 1,350 degree students (Fall 2010)<br /> 4,000 Detroit youth served by CAP<br />580 middle and high school students (Fall 2010)<br />n 1,536,000 square feet of space<br />• Ford Campus – 616,000 square feet on 11 acres<br />•Taubman Center – 920,000 square feet on 5 acres<br /><ul><li> Accredited by the Higher Learning Commission of the North Central Association of Colleges and Schools and by the National Association of Schools of Art and Design</li></ul>5<br />
  6. 6. The New CCS<br />Alumni in the Creative Industries<br />6<br />
  7. 7. Capacity — NBC Rebranding Strategy and Design<br />The New CCS<br />Jennifer and Ellery Gave ‘00, Graphic Design<br />
  8. 8. Disney/Pixar — Cars<br />The New CCS<br />Jay Shuster ‘93, Product Design<br />
  9. 9. Disney/Pixar — Up<br />The New CCS<br />Don Crum ‘94, Industrial Design<br />CV<br />© Disney/Pixar. All rights reserved.<br />
  10. 10. Sony Dreamworks SKG — Transformers<br />The New CCS<br />Tim Flattery ‘87, Transportation Design<br />
  11. 11. Bongo Comics — The Simpsons<br />The New CCS<br />Bill Morrison ‘81, Illustration<br />CV<br />
  12. 12. Motorola — PEBL, RAZR and SLVR Mobile Phone Development<br />The New CCS<br />Jim Caruso ‘86, Product Design<br />CV<br />CV<br />CV<br />CV<br />CV<br />CV<br />CV<br />CV<br />
  13. 13. Nike — Jumpman Jeter 643<br />The New CCS<br />Jason Mayden ‘02, Product Design<br />
  14. 14. Fossil — New Product Development, Women’s Apparel<br />The New CCS<br />Rommel Vega ‘07, Product Design<br />
  15. 15. Airstream — Basecamp<br />The New CCS<br />Bryan Thompson ‘00, Transportation Design<br />
  16. 16. Trek Bicycles — X700 Product Development<br />The New CCS<br />Chad Lockart ‘99, Product Design<br />CV<br />CV<br />CV<br />CV<br />CV<br />CV<br />
  17. 17. Atabeyki Sarl — Eclipse<br />The New CCS<br />Hermidas Atabeyki ‘87, Transportation Design<br />
  18. 18. Ford Motor Company — 2010 Ford Taurus SHO Exterior<br />The New CCS<br />Earl Lucas ‘96, Transportation Design<br />CV<br />
  19. 19. General Motors — 2008 Chevrolet Camaro<br />The New CCS<br />Robert Boniface ‘93, Transportation Design<br />
  20. 20. A. Alfred Taubman Center for Design Education<br />Argonaut Building, circa 1930s<br />20<br />
  21. 21. Taubman Center Facts<br />A. Alfred Taubman Center for Design Education<br />n Built in 1928 and 1936 by General Motors.<br />n Designed by Albert Kahn.<br />n 760,000 square feet.<br />n GM’s first engineering and research building under Charles “Boss” Kettering.n Home of the first automotive design studio under Harley Earl.<br />n Birthplace of the Hydramatic (world’s first automatic transmission) and the Buick Y-Job (world’s first concept car).n Vacated by GM in 1999 and donated to CCS by GM in 2008.<br />21<br />
  22. 22. Taubman Center Features<br />A. Alfred Taubman Center for Design Education<br />CCS campus expansion<br />n Five undergraduate design departmentsAdvertising Graphic Design Interior Design Product Design Transportation Design<br />n Master of Fine Arts programs Design Transportation Design<br />n Design Research Center<br />n Color and Materials Library<br />n 300-bed dormitory facility<br />n Continuing Education<br />n Community Arts Partnerships <br />Building partners<br />n Henry Ford Academy: School for <br /> Creative Studies, a charter school<br /> with grades 6-12, operated jointly<br /> by CCS and the Henry Ford Learning Institute<br />n Creative Corridor Centern Creative Business Accelerator<br />Shared space<br />n Benson & Edith Ford Conference <br /> Center with 500-seat auditorium<br />n 350-seat dining hall<br />n Retail and gallery spaces<br />n 11,200 square foot gymnasium<br />n 500-car parking structure and 230 spaces of surface parking<br />22<br />
  23. 23. Detroit Deliquescence, 1982 <br />A. Alfred Taubman Center for Design Education<br />John Chamberlain – American | born 1927<br />
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  34. 34. Detroit Creative Corridor Initiative<br />Initiative Overview<br />n Conceived in “Road to Renaissance” economic plan<br />n Building on local assets<br />n Joint venture of Business Leaders for Michigan and CCS<br />n Located at CCS’s Taubman Center for Design Education<br />34<br />Creative Corridor<br />Center<br />
  35. 35. Mission<br />n To be the regional champion for the creative economy<br />n To attract and retain creative sector businesses and workers<br />n To build “creative density” in Downtown and Midtown Detroit<br />n To restore Detroit’s reputation for creativity and innovation<br />n To change the global image of Detroit<br />35<br />Creative Corridor<br />Center<br />
  36. 36. Strategies<br />n Business acceleration<br />n Business attraction<br />n Talent development<br />36<br />Creative Corridor<br />Center<br />
  37. 37. Project Impact<br />A. Alfred Taubman Center for Design Education<br />The Taubman Center will<br />n Drive economic development in the City through job creation and business attraction<br />Create 200 new jobs<br />Anchor “Creative Corridor” to expand creative economy<br />n Advance the revitalization of New Center<br />Bring over 2,000 people daily to New Center<br /> Tim Hortons and other retail<br />n Provide new educational and career opportunities for Detroit youth<br />New pathway to art and design careers<br /> New model for school/college/business collaborations<br />Increase diversity of CCS and other art and design colleges<br />37<br />

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