26.05.2009 The Art Institute No Comments

ART INSTITUTE CREATES DESIGNS FOR SAN BERNARDINO’S BICENTENNIAL

The International Culinary School at The Art Institute of California – Inland Empire created this cake for San Bernardino’s 199th birthday, which it celebrated May 20, 2009. On the cake and the banner above it, is a logo created by Graphic Design students from The Art Institute of California – Inland Empire. It commemorates San Bernardino’s Bicentennial, which the city will celebrate throughout 2010. Photo by Chris Sloan.

(SAN BERNARDINO, Calif.) The Art Institute of California-Inland Empire is partnering to work with the City of San Bernardino to create the graphic design and website campaign for the 2010 Bicentennial Celebration in San Bernardino.

“We are excited to announce this partnership with The Art Institute of California – Inland Empire,” said Erin Brinker, chair of the Public Relations Committee for the city’s Bicentennial Celebration.  “The college has been in operation for three years here in the city, but the level of excellence in creative design and artistic talent is truly remarkable.”

Student design teams and faculty from The Art Institute of California – Inland Empire are working closely with a committee of community volunteers to plan the Bicentennial Celebration, which begins in January and will last throughout 2010.

The Art Institute of California – Inland Empire specializes in creative academic degree programs such as graphic design, Web design & interactive media, game art & design, media arts and animation, fashion design, fashion & retail marketing, and interior design.  The Art Institute of California – Inland Empire also operates its International Culinary School and Seasons Restaurant on campus, which is open to the public and operated entirely by culinary students.

The Art Institute of California – Inland Empire has a strong commitment to the community and has participated in Route 66 Rendezvous, Habitat for Humanity, Extreme Home Makeover, Bikes & Blues, the Joe Baca Scholarship Foundation, Taste of Korea, National Night Out, gingerbread houses at Children’s Hospital, Loma Linda and other community events.

“It is a pleasure working with the students, faculty and staff at The Art Institute of California – Inland Empire” Brinker said. “We are very fortunate to have this level of talent involved in the city’s Bicentennial Celebration.”

Web and graphic design students created a design proposal to support the bicentennial theme “A Rich History, A Bright Future.”

The Art Institute of California – Inland Empire offers Bachelor of Science degrees in Game Art & Design, Graphic Design, Web Design & Interactive Media, Interior Design, Fashion & Retail Management, and Media Arts & Animation. It offers an Associate of Science degree in Graphic Design, and a Bachelor of Fine Arts degree in Fashion Design.

The International Culinary School at The Art Institute of California – Inland Empire offers an Associate of Science degree in Culinary Arts and a Bachelor of Science degree in Culinary Management. Each program is offered on a year-round basis, allowing students to work uninterrupted toward their degrees.

It’s not too late to start a new term at The Art Institute of California – Inland Empire. Courses begin July 13 and classes are offered in the day, evening and on weekends for new and reentry students.

For more information, or to arrange a tour, call The Art Institute of California – Inland Empire at (909) 915-2100 or go on line to www.artinstitutes.edu/InlandEmpire.

The Art Institute of California – Inland Empire is one of The Art Institutes (www.artinstitutes.edu), a system of over 40 education institutions located throughout North America, providing an important source of design, media arts, fashion and culinary arts professionals.

 

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