Graphic design class hangs artwork at Starbuck’s kiosk
By Rikki Lynn Woods
Thatcher, AZ—Eastern Arizona College’s graphic design and photography instructor, Tom Cicchelli, invites the public to view the photography display now hanging near the Starbucks kiosk at Safeway, in Thatcher. The free exhibit is open to the public and will be available through the end of the year.
The work in this exhibition was created by students enrolled in Cicchelli’s Graphic Design I class. The students produced the work using computers, scanners, and digital inkjet printers. Many of the pieces in this show were produced by students just beginning their graphic design degree.
The EAC Graphic Design program offers an associate of arts degree in Graphic Design and provides students with the skills needed to start a career in graphic design.
“When graphic design majors complete the program they are prepared to enter the work force as entry level designers or production artists,” says Cicchelli. “No matter what direction a student may want to pursue in graphic design: layout artist, brand identity design, logo design, photo editing, Photoshop artist, or web design, they will be prepared.”
For more information about the display or EAC’s Graphic Design program, contact Cicchelli at (928) 428-8470.