Publication to provide overview of full range of CSM fine art events and experiences
Washington, DC, October 3, 2017—It was announced today by David Franek, president and chief creative officer of The Design Channel (TDC), that the College of Southern Maryland (CSM) has engaged the agency to develop its arts program overview brochure for the 2017-18 season.
“We’ve worked with CSM on a number of projects over the years and we always enjoy the collaboration,” says Franek. “We know that CSM provides an outstanding two-year foundation in many fields that enables its students to easily transition to some of the most well-regarded four-year colleges and universities anywhere.”
The brochure will serve as a season-long overview of all arts-related happenings at CSM, including stage productions, dance, music and vocal performances, visual arts, literary readings, children’s theater, cause theater, and more. The programs and events outlined in the brochure will take place across CSM’s campuses in La Plata, Prince Frederick, and Leonardtown. In addition, the brochure will invite recipients to make a contribution to/support CSM’s arts programs going forward.
About College of Southern Maryland
CSM is a public, regionally accredited community college serving residents of Charles, St. Mary’s, and Calvert counties in southern Maryland. It was founded in 1958 and currently enrolls more than 24,000 students. It offers 120 programs of study and awards Associate of Arts, Associate of Science, and Associate of Applied Science degrees. In addition, it offers a wide range of continuing education certificates and career training programs, including computer programming and repair, truck driving, nursing and veterinary assistance, and others.
With offices in Washington, DC; Baltimore, Maryland; and Atlanta, Georgia, The Design Channel (www.thedesignchannel.com) provides a full range of integrated creative services, including branding, marketing communications and advertising, digital content marketing, and broadcast and interactive media.