Introducing the detroit design festival
North America's Festival of Independent Design. The Detroit Creative Corridor Center ("DC3") established DDF to connect Detroit's fiercely independent creatives with one another, introduce them to new markets and consumers, and expose Detroit's creative talent and collective design aesthetic to national and global audiences. #DDF2013.
The College For Creative Studies, located in Midtown and New Center, is a central part of the Detroit Design Festival since its inception. CCS is a founding member, along with Business Leaders for Michigan, of the Detroit Creative Corridor Center. DC3 produces the Detroit Design Festival.
Founded in 1906 as the Detroit Society of Arts and Crafts, CCS plays a key role in Detroit’s cultural and educational communities. A private, fully accredited college, CCS enrolls more than 1,400 students, pursuing Master of Fine Arts degrees in Interdisciplinary Design and Transportation Design and Bachelor of Fine Arts degrees in Advertising: Copywriting, Advertising: Design, Art Education, Crafts, Entertainment Arts, Fine Arts, Graphic Design, Illustration, Interior Design, Photography, Product Design and Transportation Design.
The College also offers free art education for more than 4,000 Detroit youth annually through its Community Arts Partnerships program. In addition, the College’s Henry Ford Academy: School for Creative Studies is a public charter middle and high school enrolling more than 800 students in a high-performance academic curriculum with a special focus on art and design. Visit CCS Online Here
Beginning April 15th, we're asking for and accepting any and all available venues for our upcoming DDF 2014 Happenings. Have an unused gallery or a vacant store-front? List it with us so our designers can find it.
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