Rocky Mountain College of Art and Design

Rocky Mountain College of Art and Design

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established =1963
type =Private
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staff =34
faculty =73
president =Steve Steele
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city =Lakewood
state =CO
country =USA
campus =Urban
23 acres (9.3 hectares)
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nickname =RMCAD (pronounced rem-cad)
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The Rocky Mountain College of Art and Design (RMCAD) is in Lakewood, a suburb of Denver, Colorado, USA. The college was founded in 1963 by Philip J. Steele, an artist and teacher.

RMCAD is a four-year, fully accredited college, with majors in graphic design and digital media, animation, interior design, illustration, art education, and fine arts, with concentrations in photography and video, sculpture, ceramics, and painting.

RMCAD's campus contains eighteen historical buildings built in a variety of 20th-century architectural styles. Special learning facilities include a woodshop, ceramics studio, photography lab, professional sound studio, 283-seat auditorium, 35-seat audiovisual theater, large meeting rooms, and a Library/Resource Center.

Notable faculty

The Animation Department Chair is [ Dan Seely] .
Art Education is led by [ Lisa Hochtritt] , who recently joined the RMCAD faculty from The School of Art Institute of Chicago.
Fine Arts is led by Chair [ David Mesple] , [ Clark Richert] (painting), [ Gary Emrich] (photography), and [ Rebecca Vaughan] (sculpture).
[ Fred Murell] leads the Graphic Design + Interactive Media department.
[ Larry Kresek] drives the Illustration department, and [ Lauren Pillote] is in charge of RMCAD's progressive Interior Design department.

External links

* [ Rocky Mountain College of Art + Design]

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