UA Grad's Art Illustrates UApresents Season
During his final year at the UA, Schuyler Copeland was involved in a digital illustration class that involved students in a competition to produce the the season brand for UApresents.
UApresents has been collaborating with Jackson Boelts, a UA School of Arts professor, for eight years, engaging advanced students in the process.
For the 2012-2013 season, Copeland's design was chosen to represent the current UApresents season (see right).
Today, Copeland serves as freelance graphic designer in southern Arizona having earned his studio art degree with a visual communications emphasis in May.
He continues producing design, illustration and photographic works.
UA students are currently in the process of designing works for the UApresents competition.
For the student whose work is chosen, the illustration will appear on the 2013-2014 season brochure and a large banner that hangs in front of the UA's Centennial Hall.
The illustration also will be printed on membership cards, T-shirts and framed to be gifted to some of UApresents' most loyal donors.
To learn more about the current class and the process, read "Illustrating the Feel of the UApresents Season" at UANews.org.
Photos courtesy of Schuyler Copeland
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