Alumni in the News
Paul Outlaw and Jennifer Catron pictured in the The New York Times on Wednesday, August 18, 2010.
Fish Fried and Boiled: Paul Outlaw and Jennifer Catron featured in the New York Times
Sculpture grads Paul Outlaw and Jen Catron ('09) were featured in a New York Times story in the Dining Out section on Wednesday, August 18, for their recent endeavors peddling food on the streets of New York City out of a truck.. Jen 'n Outlaw's Fish Fry Truck and Crawfish Boil, "is a new mobile outpost of Southern food in New York City. On a recent Sunday, they made a test run in Bushwick, Brooklyn…The couple's artistic interests lie somewhere near the intersection of community, capitalism, patriotism and fun times. The truck, which flies an American flag, is all that. “We consider the whole operation our performance,” Ms. Catron said, stirring the batter for catfish po’ boys while Mr. Outlaw grappled with 40-pound bags of live crayfish. “Whooooo!” he yelled…" Read "Fried Fish and Crayfish Boil, All From a Brooklyn Truck" here.
Jonathan Muecke (3D Design '10).Chair, carbon fiber, epoxy resin and Step Stool, copper .
Jonathan Muecke Receives Prestigious Veuve Clicquot Design Award in France
Jonathan Muecke (3D Design '10) and Isaac Chen (3D Design'10) were two of just ten designers selected to participate in this year's Design PARADE held in France in June. This year marks the first time an American has been invited to participate and the jury ultimately selected Muecke to receive the prestigious Veuve Clicquot Award. In addition to 10 000 Euros, the award also provides Muecke with the opportunity to produce an original household object of his choice for mass market. For more information visit here.
Aron Temkin Named Dean of Norwich School of Architecture and Art
Aron Temkin, (Architecture '97), has been named Dean of the Norwich University School of Architecture and Art.
Temkin was formerly director and associate professor of the Florida Atlantic University School of Architecture in Fort Lauderdale. He joined the faculty of FAU in 1999 and assumed the position of director in 2005.In addition to an MArch from Cranbrook, Temkin holds a Bachelor of Architecture from Carnegie Mellon University in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. He has taught both graduate and undergraduate level design studios as well as foundation level and advanced seminars in digital design, furniture design and graphic communication.
Interior Living Unit (shown at MOCAD during the 2010 Graduate Degree Exhbition)
Photo: James Carrillo
Dezeen Design Magazine Features an In-depth Look at the Thesis Work of Andrew Kline
Rose Etherington writes in Dezeen, "Michigan designer Andrew Kline (Architecture '10) has designed a compact unit for transforming disused industrial spaces into temporary homes. Called Interior Living Unit, the project comprises a kitchen, bathroom, bed and storage that all fold away into a cubic red box...." Read more on Dezeen.com
Ginger Krieg Dosier wins Metropolis magazine's 2010 Next Generation Design Award
Ginger Krieg Dosier (Architecture'05) is this years' winner of Metropolis magazine's 2010 Next Generation award for her design of a bioengineered brick that was cited for it's potential for monumental global impact. Dosier is currently a professor at the American University of Sharjah in the United Arab Emirates where she has been working on her radical, alternatives bricks which you don't bake, but grow. To learn all about Ginger's work and this prestigious award, please visit.