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MKNeff Design blog highlights design education service learning projects by students at Seton Hill University in Greensburg, Pennsylvania. News and programs for Seton Arts Service Corps and the Sisters of Charity are found here as well.

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Seton Hill University Graphic Design Students help Greensburg Community Development Corporation

Mary Kay Neff

Mary Kay Neff's graphic design class participated in a service learning project for the Greensburg Community Development Corporation (GCDC). The goal of the project was to attract a business owner to rent or purchase a vacant building in the Greensburg business district. All students listed to the goals for the graphic design project, brainstormed ideas, and created designs that were presented to the Director of GCDC. After consideration and consultation with the current building owner, Shelby Kyllo's design was chosen to be installed in the vacant building.

Success! Shelby's design work helped to attracted the attention of a business owner who will soon occupy the building.

Shelby Kyllo's design work for the graphic design service learning project.

Shelby Kyllo's design work for the graphic design service learning project.

Graphic design majors present design ideas to Oliver's Pourhouse owners

Mary Kay Neff

 

Graphic design majors presented their design ideas to Steve Gifford and the owners of Oliver's Pourhouse in Greensburg. Students are working on window graphics to enrich the environment. Lots of helpful suggestions and ideas were shared during the discussions. The students are now working on brining their design concepts to life.

Breanna Kelly with her design which was chosen for Oliver's Pourhouse restaurant.

Breanna Kelly with her design which was chosen for Oliver's Pourhouse restaurant.

Student Designs

Mary Kay Neff

Seton Hill University Graphic Design Majors work with Greensburg Community Development Corporation on community projects

My graphic design students created designs for the Greensburg community as part of graphic design coursework. They worked with Steve Gifford, Director of GCDC on banner designs to identify the Presidential Plan section of Greensburg. A number of colorful and creative designs were presented for consideration.

 

Design by Shelby Kyllo.

Design by Shelby Kyllo.

Seton Hill graphic design major's work in Greensburg

Mary Kay Neff

In my independent study course, MaRissa Boros designed banners for Greensburg, Pennsylvania that are hung in the city's shopping and cultural district. Marissa worked with me and Steven Gifford, Director of Greensburg Community Development Corporation, and designed a series of banners that display the nature of the districts they represent. Below are a few of the designs she created.

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Seton Arts Service Corps_Summer 2014

Mary Kay Neff

“Transforming the lives of children through the arts.”

Caritas Christi hosted Seton Arts Service Corps this summer. Fifty children from the Greensburg, Pennsylvania area were taught by the Seton Arts Scholars. The six scholars are majoring in art, music and theatre at Seton Hill U Division of Visual and Performing Arts. Seton Arts Service Corps is a cooperative program between the Sisters of Charity and Seton Hill University to bring the power of the arts to children.

"The Corps recruits Seton Hill University scholars who bring to the learners their love of the arts, their energy, and their commitment to reaching the next generation. The scholars, in turn, gain the benefit of practicing their profession and creating a real-time learning environment among the children. The collaborative interaction among children, scholars, mentors, and parents assures an intergenerational learning experience."

Here are a few photos from the week.

Summer 2014 Seton Arts Scholars

Summer 2014 Seton Arts Scholars

Bubble art

Bubble art

Looking over bubble art

Looking over bubble art

Music

Music

Getting ready to perform

Getting ready to perform

Getting ready to perform

Getting ready to perform

meeting after classes are over

meeting after classes are over