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Winners of the Universal Design Symposium
CVPA students win awards at "Design-athon"

Universal Design Symposium event focused on accessibility and universal design

Group photo of students with Fall River Mayor Paul Coogan
College of Engineering and College of Visual and Performing Arts students join forces to revitalize Fall River waterfront

Students in civil engineering and interior architecture and design work together to benefit the city's future and leave their mark on the SouthCoast.

Illustration student Chloe Canterbury paints an electrical box alongside Route 18
CVPA students bring captivating color to New Bedford

Illustration and fashion design students bring life to electrical boxes

CVPA students pictured in downtown New Bedford
CVPA first-years embark on Envision Resilience Challenge

Visual & Performing Arts students explore historical public art collections in New Bedford

Samples of Dylan’s branding solutions for the Cambodian Community of Fall River. Courtesy of Dylan Kaplowitz.
Dylan Kaplowitz Receives the 2023 Art & Civic Engagement Award

Branding solutions for the Cambodian Community of Fall River

View of the exhibition, “Sound in Space, Sound in Place.” at the New Bedford Art Museum. Photo courtesy of Walker Downey.
Sound in Space, Sound in Place

Art History Featured in Celebrated “Sound Art” Exhibition at the New Bedford Art Museum

IAD 302: Institutional Design students pose at a presentation of their designs for renovations to CO-OP
Institutional design class partners with CO-OP for service-learning experience

IAD 302 class redesigns local nonprofit's facility for practical learning experience

Katie (bass) and Vanessa (violin) are adding their instrumental expertise to a hip-hop song that the sound production class is creating.
Music Majors Partner with Our Sisters’ Middle School

CVPA Music Majors volunteer with area middle school music program

Lara Henderson's fall 2022 motion graphics class pictured outside the amphitheater at UMass Dartmouth.
CVPA graphic design class partners with DATMA

Students gain real-world experience promoting non-profit artwork

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