Olivet School of Art and Design graduate students are expected to complete final projects that can help propel Christian Missions. For graduate student Yanhuan Zheng, she is currently working on a final design project that can support this generation of Christian Missionaries
Olivet School of Art & Design (OSAD) plans to offer free basic design workshops for Olivet University students at its San Francisco campus starting this week. OSAD professor Jieun Lee will teach the workshop series.
Olivet School of Art and Design alumna Ziwei Wang, has been working on the Olivet University Riverside Campus model and map with the school's Master Planning Committee.
Olivet School of Art & Design (OSAD) library newly acquired over 1000 books in the subject area of Art History, Photography, Architecture, Modern Art, and Graphic Design.
Olivet University's Art and Design College held meetings to map out the future space for its new art gallery. In collaboration and sponsorship with Olivet College of Journalism Dean and former Olivet University president Dr. David Randolph, the new space will be named the David Randolph Art Center.
Graduates from the class of 2014 can now preview their latest works online with a new revamped portfolio website, showcasing student's work from the Olivet College of Art and Design, OCAD.
After months of researching and refining, the design students from Olivet University's College of Art & Design placed their graduation design project on display at its annual graduate work exhibition.
Students from Olivet University's College of Art and Design participated in an Adobe Photoshop workshop sponsored by the San Francisco chapter of AIGA. The event looked into designing responsive websites utilizing Photoshop and Edge tools.
Students from Olivet University's Art and Design College received a literal and conceptual viewing of abstract paintings by artist Robin Kandel at San Francisco's Andrea Schwartz Gallery.
Olivet University design students will look to showcase their final projects this year, with the common theme of addressing social issues via design. By combining research, interface, typography, and design elements,
Students from the Olivet College of Art & Design College took part in a series of seminars presented by San Francisco's Museum of African Diaspora (MoAD) and Inneract Project. The Scholarly Voices services brought together scholars from around the world to speak on topics of