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Richard Aschenbrand

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Dean, Visual Communications

Phone: (614) ***-****  HQ Phone
Email: r***@***.edu
Local Address:  Powell , Ohio , United States
Columbus College of Art and Design
60 Cleveland Ave.
Columbus , Ohio 43221
United States

Company Description: Columbus College of Art & Design, founded in 1879, is one of the oldest and largest private art and design colleges in the United States with 1,300 undergraduate...   more

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Columbus Food and Wine Affair > Annual Artists Competition, 6 Oct 2011 [cached]
Richard Aschenbrand, Dean of Visual Communications at CCAD, says this type of process is an ideal teaching tool for students. "In projects like this, we want the clients to be involved. It gives the students a different perspective and the experience of what it will be like to create for someone-getting to know their specific needs and developing their ideas as an artist/graphic designer."
Aschenbrand adds, "When the students present their projects, the client's review is a very true situation. That is exactly what they will encounter in a job setting, so a project like this is helpful. Aschenbrand says that CCAD is continually approached to take part in projects like this, so "we must be very selective in what we take on.
Columbus Ohio Seminars and Workshops – In and Around Columbus Ohio, 29 Dec 2010 [cached]
Richard Aschenbrand: Alphabet Alliteration
Richard Aschenbrand was born in New York and went on to earn his BFA and MA from Pratt. An experienced graphic and package designer with a broad client base, he taught at CCAD for 45 years, retiring in 2012 after 17 years as dean of Visual Communications. Alphabet Alliteration is his first exhibition since retirement: an alphabetic compendium of alliterative wordplay and distinctive typography.
Richard Aschenbrand, dean of ..., 7 Feb 2011 [cached]
Richard Aschenbrand, dean of visual communications at the Columbus College of Art & Design, said the ruling is grounded in the fundamentals of typography. It's easier to read a mixture of upper- and lower-case type because the letters are more distinct, he said.
Some - p's and q's, for instance - descend below others. Some - d's, f's, t's - rise above.
Stop signs, one-way signs and other warnings are easy to read in capital letters, Aschenbrand and others said, because their words are more familiar than street names, and many have specific colors or shapes.
Art Blog : Art Studio - Fine Art In Art Studio, 15 July 2011 [cached]
Wading through hundreds of entries to narrow their selections to those of exceptional quality were the jurors: Iduna Bohning, an art administrator from Dresden, Germany; Rosemarie Fiore, a nationally recognized artist; and Richard Aschenbrand, a professor, curator and graphic designer at the Columbus College of Art & Design.
Richard ..., 21 Nov 2011 [cached]
Richard Aschenbrand Columbus College Of Art And Design
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