Student designers celebrated in ACE Design digital exhibitApr. 23, 2020, 12:27 PM
A new exhibit available online celebrates the work of the talented student artists who comprise Vanderbilt’s ACE Design team.
ACE Design is a free resource for Vanderbilt students and student organizations sponsored by the Office of the Dean of Students. ACE designers are fellow students with an interest in graphic design.
Each year, the Office of the Dean of Students celebrates the artistic work of the ACE team in an exhibit on the Sarratt Promenade. This year, the exhibit is being shared digitally due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
The exhibit features a piece from each of the spring 2020 ACE designers: Dylan Hanson, Jess Cascio, Anika Park, Annie Tatooles, Becca Kincart, Peter Hill, Rebecca Arp and John Mark Goeke.
The featured designs all began as project requests. The student designers then worked with their clients to turn the requests into finished designs. The digital exhibit illustrates the variety of designs and ideas that ACE Design can help students and organizations explore.
To learn more about ACE Design or to submit a project for next academic year, visit the ACE Design page on AnchorLink and click on the “Project Request Form” link. ACE Design can provide professional designs for logos, posters, banners, fliers and table tents, as well as t-shirts, LCD screens and social media materials.