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Chris Scoates Announces Departure from Cranbrook Academy of Art and Art Museum

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“Too Fast to Live, Too Young to Die: Punk Graphics, 1976-1986” and “Shepard Fairey: Salad Days 1989-1999” Open at Cranbrook Art Museum in June

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Shepard Fairey: Salad Days, 1989-1999
Too Fast to Live, Too Young to Die: Punk Graphics, 1976-1986

Cranbrook Art Museum Presents True to Form: Selections from the Permanent Collection

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Cranbrook grad art show opens Sunday, April 23 | The Oakland Press

2017 Graduate Degree Show
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One uses a wedding dress to explore like a thread to bind the use of different media, another bends wood into an irresistible structure and another uses intricate patterns to explore both personal and political history.

The new artworks are part of one of Oakland County’s top cultural events every year, the annual Graduate Degree Exhibition of the Cranbrook Academy of Art, which opens to the public Sunday, April 23, and will be on display through May 14.


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Cranbrook graduates have big ideas for annual student show  | Detroit Metro Times

2017 Graduate Degree Show
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Fundamentally, metro Detroit's two most prominent art schools — the College for Creative Studies and the Cranbrook Academy of Art — couldn't be more different. While both are located off of Woodward Avenue, they're worlds apart: CCS in the city's core, and Cranbook in leafy, suburban Bloomfield Hills.

Of course, an environment inevitably informs an artist's work, and it's easy to see this with Cranbrook's annual graduate student exhibition. While CCS's student work may have more of an emphasis on technical virtuosity, Cranbrook's student art tends to be — much like its wooded campus — sprawling, often featuring elaborate, large-scale installation work.

This year's show features the work of the 64 graduates from Cranbrook's two-year Master's program. The school has 10 departments,with fewer than a dozen students in each. Cranbrook's is the only completely studio-based program in the country — there are no classes. Students live and work on campus, working directly with their respective department's artist-in-residence.


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