CREO: Our annual celebration of the arts

Latin for "to make, create, produce," CREO is an annual celebration from Mount Mary University's School of Arts & Design showcasing student work from fashion, studio art, graphic design, interior design and art therapy that culminates in a student-run fashion show.

CREO is another example of how Mount Mary University lives its mission of being a Creative Campus — a place that recognizes the importance of creativity and nurtures a unique brand of talent that can improvise new ways of thinking.

CREO 2021: Disconnect Reconnect

The Student Designer Fashion Show will be reimagined and presented in a virtual format for 2021. Merchandise management students will capture fashion collections by producing a unique video to feature designs by both 2020 and 2021 fashion design majors. Follow @MountMaryFashion on Instagram for show details and to support the ongoing creative work of our students.

Virtual Watch Party
Friday, May 14 - 7:30 p.m.
$15/device

CREO 2021

THANK YOU SPONSORS:
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Ashley Brooks    Murph Burke '65    Nancy and Karen Davidson   
Tom and Jennifer Florsheim    Madeleine Lubar
Bob and Susan Mikulay    Steven and Christine Pharr    Donna Ricco '81
Gary and Denise Ricco    Bob Schwartz
 
Sponsorship opportunities are still available. Contact kahla@mtmary.edu.

CREO Student Exhibitions

Arts and Design Senior Exhibitions

The Arts and Design Senior Exhibitions features the work of students in Studio Arts, Art Education, Graphic Design, and Interior Design. This year, student work will be presented in the Marian Art Gallery and graphic design career seminar students will present a virtual experience of the exhibit. Watch this page for information.

Explore fashion at Mount Mary

Fashion majors

Mount Mary University offers truly unique, career-oriented fashion programs with a variety of options for study within the industry.

The fashion programs at Mount Mary prepare you to apply artistic principles and techniques to the apparel design projects and the management of fashion merchandising and marketing. Learn more about the two degrees we offer:

The Fashion Archive

The Fashion Archive of over 9000 donated items serves as an educational, scholarly, and artistic resource for students and the Milwaukee community.

Fashion Academy

Fashion Academy is a week-long experience for students entering grades 8 - 12 who have a love of fashion and want to learn more about the industry.

Fashion Archive

Support Student Scholarships

Make a tax-deductible gift toward scholarships that support a diverse community of learners.  Select "other" and type in "Arts & Design."