Graduate students in Curatorial Studies at the Ontario College of Art and Design University introduce us to the beginnings of an online exhibition platform they created to explore intimacy on the web.
Helping those who are have limited access to healthy foods is only one of the many ways the students participating in the Student Edition of FreshArt International are focused on increasing accessibility to build a better future.
Emerging industrial designers at Wayne State University demonstrate the impact of an educational opportunity that invites students to make a difference. Responding to the call, they are enabling and supporting mobility throughout the city—with actionable ideas that promote self-sufficiency and health literacy.
The first three Student Edition episodes feature voices from Detroit, Toronto, and Chicago. Revealing a future we can look forward to, they show our potential for creating a more connected world.
At Wayne State University, degree programs are increasingly geared toward next generation art and design. Students taking the course Design for Urban Mobility work with local entrepreneurs to solve design problems.
Cathy Byrd: This is Fresh Art International. I’m Cathy Byrd. In 2019, we visited art schools and universities in the United States and Canada to…
University and art school students from Chicago, Detroit, Toronto and Miami take over Fresh Art International, with daily episodes and essays. Follow to find out what sparks their creative impulse.
Fresh Art International has 2020 Vision. We will continue sharing fresh stories—sparking conversations around themes in contemporary art, design and film, while launching two impactful initiatives: our new STUDENT EDITION and RESEARCH ARCHIVE.