Douglas "Chip" Foose (TRAN 1990) setting up his car model for final presentation for the Chrysler sponsored project.
Model of a silver sports car with purple windows by Henriette Joop (TRAN 1992) for the General Motors Corvette sponsored project. Joop is posing with her model in images 11 and 12.
Students working on their car models for the General Motors sponsored project.
Unidentified students working on their drawings and models for a Ferrari project.
Unidentified students working on their drawings and car models in the classroom. Faculty member Heidrun Mumper-Drumm is talking with a student about his renderings (1-9).
J Mays visits Art Center in April 2000. These images show him speaking at a podium and visiting a classroom to discuss clay car models with students and staff.
GM Car Interior Project. Terry Henline (PROD 1961) with General Motors interiors drawings and model. Also, Henline shown at desk working on car interior drawings.
Unidentified students working on their clay models in the classroom.
An unidentified student in the classroom working on his project for the Audi sponsored project.
An unidentified student presenting his model of a black car with red windows for the Webasto sponsored project. The model is on a pedestal in front of renderings for the final presentation.
Unidentified student working on his clay model for the General Motors Impact Electric project. Roger Gutierrez (TRAN 1992) is in the background working on his model.
An unidentified student posing with his model of a silver sports car. The model is on a pedestal in front of renderings on the wall for the final presentation.
An unidentified student presenting his model of a beige car. The model is on a pedestal in front of renderings on the wall for the final presentation.
George Jergenson discussing wooden buck of a car with students.
Joseph Thompson supervises construction of a buck prior to applying clay. Students (L-R): Joseph Farrer (PROD 1950), (Joseph Thompson - model shop instructor), Rober Gale (PROD 1950), Robert Bartholomew (PROD 1950) and an unidentified student.
Students (including Thomas Tweedie and Masaji Sugano) applying clay to the framework model of a car.
Joseph Thompson discussing wooden buck of a car with student.
A.K. Ragheb (PROD 1951) working on a clay model of a sports car with Joseph Thompson supervising.
George Jergenson supervise student's work on a clay model of a car.
Joseph Thompson supervising as students works on a clay model of a car.