CCS and the Detroit Cluster
welcome
CEOs for Cities
to Detroit
1
November 8, 2010
Walter and Josephine Ford CampusThe New CCS
A. Alfred Taubman Center for Design EducationThe New CCS
The New CCS
BFA Programs
Advertising
Art Education
Crafts
Entertainment Arts
Fine Arts
Graphic Design
Illustration
Interio...
The New CCS CCS Facts
n 1,350 degree students (Fall 2010)
4,000 Detroit youth served by CAP
580 middle and high school stu...
Alumni in the Creative Industries
6
The New CCS
Capacity — NBC Rebranding Strategy and DesignThe New CCS
Jennifer and Ellery Gave ‘00, Graphic Design
Disney/Pixar — CarsThe New CCS
Jay Shuster ‘93, Product Design
CV
© Disney/Pixar. All rights reserved.
Disney/Pixar — UpThe New CCS
Don Crum ‘94, Industrial Design
Sony Dreamworks SKG — TransformersThe New CCS
Tim Flattery ‘87, Transportation Design
CV
Bongo Comics — The SimpsonsThe New CCS
Bill Morrison ‘81, Illustration
CV
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CV
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Motorola — PEBL, RAZR and SLVR Mobile Phone DevelopmentThe New CCS
Jim Caruso ‘86, Product Design
Nike — Jumpman Jeter 643The New CCS
Jason Mayden ‘02, Product Design
Fossil — New Product Development, Women’s ApparelThe New CCS
Rommel Vega ‘07, Product Design
Airstream — BasecampThe New CCS
Bryan Thompson ‘00, Transportation Design
CV
CV
CV
Trek Bicycles — X700 Product DevelopmentThe New CCS
Chad Lockart ‘99, Product Design
Atabeyki Sarl — EclipseThe New CCS
Hermidas Atabeyki ‘87, Transportation Design
CV
Ford Motor Company — 2010 Ford Taurus SHO ExteriorThe New CCS
Earl Lucas ‘96, Transportation Design
General Motors — 2008 Chevrolet CamaroThe New CCS
Robert Boniface ‘93, Transportation Design
A. Alfred
Taubman Center
for Design
Education
Argonaut Building, circa 1930s
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n Built in 1928 and 1936 by General Motors.
n Designed by Albert Kahn.
n 760,000 square feet.
n GM’s first engineering and...
Taubman Center Features
CCS campus expansion
n Five undergraduate design
departments
Advertising
Graphic Design
Interior D...
Detroit Deliquescence, 1982
John Chamberlain – American | born 1927
A. Alfred
Taubman Center
for Design
Education
A. Alfred
Taubman Center
for Design
Education
A. Alfred
Taubman Center
for Design
Education
A. Alfred
Taubman Center
for Design
Education
A. Alfred
Taubman Center
for Design
Education
A. Alfred
Taubman Center
for Design
Education
A. Alfred
Taubman Center
for Design
Education
A. Alfred
Taubman Center
for Design
Education
A. Alfred
Taubman Center
for Design
Education
A. Alfred
Taubman Center
for Design
Education
A. Alfred
Taubman Center
for Design
Education
Detroit Creative Corridor Initiative
Initiative Overview
n Conceived in “Road to Renaissance” economic plan
n Building on ...
Mission
n To be the regional champion for the creative economy
n To attract and retain creative sector businesses and work...
Strategies
n Business acceleration
n Business attraction
n Talent development
36
Creative
Corridor
Center
Project Impact
The Taubman Center will
n Drive economic development in the City through job creation and
business attracti...
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Rick Rogers, President of the College for Creative Studies

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

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