Media Advisory: Ohio State students design displays for Old Worthington ‘It’s a Wonderful Window’ contest
Ohio State University fashion and retail studies students, along with graphic design and interior design students, will design and install window displays in Old Worthington as part of the annual holiday window design contest presented by the Old Worthington Partnership.
The displays will be available for viewing at a Community Kick-off Celebration from 6 to 9 p.m. Nov. 7.
Four teams made up of students from both departments will each design six window displays. Fashion and retail students will be supervised by Joyce Brooks, director of Ohio State’s Fashion and Retail Studies Advisory Board and senior lecturer, and Julie Hillary, assistant professor.
The students will gain hands-on, real-world experience by designing and installing holiday window displays for all 26 Old Worthington retailers. The theme is “Sharing the Love,” with each window display to feature product from a neighbor store.
Graphic design and interior design students will be supervised by Rebekah Matheny, assistant professor.
Local creative partner Faith Bartrug, senior associate vice president of CallisonRTKL, will also help supervise the students throughout the 3-credit-hour, semester-long independent study.
Who: Fashion and retail studies students, along with graphic design and interior design students. Fashion and retail studies student Taylor Burke Melaragno, a team leader, is available for interviews about the benefits of and career experience gained from the course.
What: Students will design and install window displays in Old Worthington as part of the annual holiday window design contest presented by the Old Worthington Partnership.
When: Community Kick-off Celebration takes place Wednesday, Nov. 7, 6-9 p.m., with students on site for interviews.
Where: Start at COhatch (a community town hall space) at 752 High Street, Worthington.
Contact: Joyce Brooks.email@example.com, 614-325-5107