Alumni Resources

  

As a potent engine driving social innovation education at ArtCenter College of Design, Designmatters counts on alumni leaders for ongoing inspiration and collaboration. In close partnership with the Office of Alumni Relations, Designmatters is committed to fostering pathways of engagement for our alumni who are venturing into exciting and emergent fields of practice. Whether you are looking for a way to connect with your peers, give your time or talents, or simply say hello, find out more about our programs, activities, and resources here.

Alumni Spotlight

 

ALUMNI SPOTLIGHT: JUDY TORETTI (Media Design Practices / Field Track, 2013)

Judy Toretti / March 2017

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ALUMNI SPOTLIGHT: Sonja Johnson (FILM ’12, Broadcast Cinema ’14, Advertising ’14)

Sonja Johnson / October 2016

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Alumna Wendy MacNaughton is The New Back-Page Columnist for The California Sunday Magazine.

The California Sunday Magazine / June 2016

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Apple Teams Up with Alum John X. Carey to Create an Inspiring Short Film

April 2016

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Congratulations Mariana Prieto!

March 2016

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"As an artist, my primary aspiration is to connect with other human beings. What better way to actually do so than by actually making a difference in someone’s life?"

Fatima Ghanavi, Graphic Design, Student

15 Buzzwords for 15 Years: INFLUENCE

Gala Narezo / March 2016

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UNICEF Innovation Team Spotlight: Mari Nakano

UNICEF Stories / February 2016

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15 Buzzwords for 15 Years: STORYTELLING

Steven Butler / February 2016

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Alumni News

 

Pathways for Engagement

 
 
  • Connect

    with your community by joining the Designmatters Social Impact Alumni Group on Facebook

  • Share

    Your story via our widely-promoted Alumni Spotlight feature

  • Participate

    as a connector. Contact us if you wish to mentor our growing crop of Concentration students.