Developing your creativity is key to advancing in any art or design career you choose. Whether you are interested in Graphic Design, Transportation Design, Game Art, or Interaction Design, LTU’s Department of Art and Design offers you a diverse range of studies from three-dimensional design and photography to drawing, graphic design, and animation. Your dedicated professors will help you develop your skills in a cross-disciplinary environment in which LTU’s signature “theory and practice” method of instruction infuses everything you do.
Transportation design students at Lawrence Technological University will be competing against each other in the fifth annual Steel Wheel design competition sponsored by the Steel Market Development Institute’s (SMDI) Wheels Task Force, in partnership with Michelin. SMDI is a business unit of the American Iron and Steel Institute (AISI).
The Kresge Foundation has awarded a $300,000 grant to Lawrence Technological University to consolidate four programs that it already has in Detroit and add additional programs at a new design center in Detroit’s Midtown area.
Lawrence Technological University has placed 38th on Animation Career Review’s list of the top 50 colleges for game design and development.
Famed auto executive Bob Lutz returned to Lawrence Tech on June 13 to praise former General Motors CEO Rick Wagoner, not to bury him in the criticism that was highlighted in a recent Detroit News review on Lutz’s new book, “Icons and Idiots: Straight Talk on Leadership.”
Several works by artist Ema Harris-Sintamarian are on display at LTU through the end of August. The work of artist Ema Harris-Sintamarian is now on display through Aug. 31 in the College of Architecture and Design’s LEVEL Gallery by the elevators on the first, third, and fourth levels of the University Technol...
“Buste de Diego” is a bronze sculpture created by Swiss artist Alberto Giacometti in the early 1960s. Selections from the personal art collection of A. Alfred and Judith Taubman will be on display for Lawrence Tech students, faculty and staff, and alumni on Monday, April 22, 2-9 p.m. in the gallery of ...