College of the Fine Arts: applied society
Posted in the Carnegie Mellon University Forum
#1 Sep 10, 2012
Carnegie Mellon's College of the Fine Arts offers intensive programs in art, architecture, and design and is consistently highly-ranked by the investigative U.S. News and World Report annual school rankings.
Carnegie Mellon's College of the Fine Arts even presents society-based lectures and academic series that delve into perceptive subjects regarding creative design such as the geometric intersections between language and mental idealization.
Do these academic offerings reflect the populist entertainment value of the design-academic Hollywood (USA) movie "Life as a House" (2001)?
Are they printing movie posters on hemp/recycled paper yet?
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