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Thanks to our creative community of students, alumni, faculty & staff, and supporters, there’s never a dull moment at Nossi. Want to experience it with us? Check out any article below to discover something new.

Using Project-Based Learning, Nossi Increases Engagement with Creative Students

“This project was good because where bookwork gives you the knowledge, the project gave us a practical application. It gave us hands-on practice of important skills with deadlines that mattered. Instead of leaving with short-term knowledge, we are leaving with long-term experience.” Catherine Saunders, First Semester Illustration student Nossi Introduces Student-Centered Learning As a first-semester …

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Honoring Talented Photo Students with The Maggie Thompson Phipps Photography Scholarship

Nossi College of Art honored to present photography scholarships through the help of family donors. In 2007, Maggie Thompson Phipps graduated from Nossi College of Art with a goal to impact the world using her photography.  Maggie was an energetic soul who could capture a person’s character and essence through her still photographs. She loved …

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NOW Launching: Nossi’s New Culinary Arts Degree

Comprehensive Curriculum Unmatched by Other Culinary Programs in the Southeast Nossi College of Art announces the launch of our new Culinary Arts degree program. It will be offered as a two-year associate’s degree led by award-winning ACF Certified Chef Anthony Mandriota. Classes will begin in the fall of 2021. In addition to a strong foundation …

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Culinary Arts Degree: Introducing Chef Anthony Mandriota, Program Chair

Chef Anthony Mandriota is a Certified Executive Chef (CEC) from the American Culinary Federation (ACF). When Nossi College of Art needed to find a knowledgeable and genuine leader for our new Culinary Arts Degree Program, Chef Anthony was a standout candidate. His passion for food combined with his extensive experiences as a chef and teacher …

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Nossi college introduces dynamic 2020 Commencement speaker, Valerie Graves

Valerie Graves is a leading diversity advocate in the advertising world, and has a storied career in the field. Since beginning her career as a copywriter at Michigan’s D’arcy, MacManus, & Masius Agency, she has been breaking gender and racial barriers since the “Mad Men” age of advertising. Graves held titles from Copywriter to Chief …

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A Statement from Nossi College of Art About Racial Injustice

“Injustice anywhere is injustice everywhere.” Martin Luther King, Jr. Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.’s quote is important today as we witness examples of injustice being perpetuated in our society. This impacts us all. In Nashville, six teenagers led a peaceful protest of 10,000 people. Their story is being picked up across the country (NY Times, …

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