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.
LTU transportation design students Elizaveta Bondarenko, Elizabeth Steenwyk, and Peter Corey won the top scholarship prizes in the fifth annual Steel Wheel Design competition sponsored by the Steel Market Development Institute’s (SMDI) Wheels Task Force and Michelin.
A groundbreaking celebration on Dec. 18 signaled the start of the construction phase for a new building in midtown Detroit that will be the home of the new Detroit Center for Design + Technology of the College of Architecture and Design at Lawrence Technological University.
Daniel Kangas, a transportation design student at Lawrence Technological University, has won SRG Global Inc.’s Coach Builder Design Award. It was presented during the Motorcity Automotive Industry Night (MAIN) Event on Jan. 12 at Orchestra Hall in Detroit.
Midtown Detroit, Inc. (MDI) is breaking ground on a 30,000-square-foot, three-story commercial building at the corner of Woodward Avenue and W. Willis Street that will have Lawrence Technological University (LTU) as the anchor tenant.
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).