SDSU Students Lend an Artful Hand
Volunteers are always lending BBP a helping hand. Sometimes the help they offer is especially creative, and totally unexpected.
Such is the case with SDSU graphic design students Cassie Sigman (left) and Arion Poitra (right), pictured above with BBP Co-Coordinator Susan Rosen.
Cassie and Arion contacted BBP early this semester to ask if they could develop some public relations materials for the organization. Their project would count toward the completion of the course requirements for their Visual Communications I class, taught by Randy Clark.
Since then, the team has given its time and considerable talents to the design of a brochure, a poster, a table tent and a unique "cartoon advertizement" for BBP.
"In order to carry out our mission, we must communicate effectively with the public," says Phyllis Cole-Dai, BBP Co-Coordinator. "That might sound obvious, but it's not so easily done. We deeply appreciate all of Cassie and Arion's hard work. They weren't just fulfilling a university course requirement. They were helping to sustain the children of Brookings."