In 2011, I served as editor of arts & sciences magazine, published by the College of Arts and Sciences at the University of Miami in Coral Gables, Florida.
This biannual alumni magazine has a circulation of 30,000+ [Read more…]
October 19, 2010
Sometimes you just have faith in something and you have to run with it,” said Sherri Miles, editor-in-chief of Suffolk’s award-winning Arts + Sciences Magazine. The publication’s 2010 issue, Imagine, has recently earned a seat as a finalist in the Media and News Industry (min) Editorial and Design Award Competition, a highly regarded competition acknowledging publications that excel in content and design.
Suffolk University is one of two schools in the competition, the other being Harvard. However, Suffolk is the one competing in its category, which suggests to Miles a great honor: that the quality of Suffolk’s Arts + Sciences magazine is on par with brand name magazines that possess more resources for production. However, Miles argues the content is far more important, and she believes whole-heartedly in what is within the book: “page after inspired page of learning taking place and people proud of their school.”
The Dean’s Office is delighted to present the College of Arts and Sciences’ first alumni magazine, Suffolk Arts+Sciences, developed with the help of numerous departments and offices across the College and University, including the Biology Department, Theatre Department, New England School of Art and Design at Suffolk University (NESADSU), University Archives, Alumni Relations, and others.
There is a third industrial revolution happening right now. It’s 3D printing and it’s transforming virtually every industry right before our eyes, from architecture to automotive to fashion, jewelry, eyewear, even food.
Students need to know there is a paradigm shift that’s changing how we relate to things, art, objects, even to nature, and that it offers an incredible opportunity to shape the world through their creative endeavors,” said Professional Technician Shingo Furukawa, who is leading the efforts to create 3D digital fabrication studios at the CVPA Star Store. “CVPA is producing the next generation of artists and makers. It is extremely important to expose students to the available options.”
Read the article on issuu.com.