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December 17, 2014
How does a 132-year-old college of art and design extend season’s greetings to the outside world? Through art, of course. This year, Animation Department Chair Anthony Scalmato ’07 helped out, turning the institutional greeting into an assignment for one of his animation classes.
Scalmato, who continues to create animations for his former employer, American Greetings, turned to two former co-workers – David Sommers ’99, and Drew King – both senior creative developers at the company, to judge the students’ final projects.
And the winners are…
After reviewing the final animations, Sommers and King honored the students as follows: first place went to senior...continue reading
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