Amanda (Vink) Renaud ’05
Denver’s Public Art Program sets aside one percent of construction funds on any projects over $1 million. Once the money is allocated, Amanda Renaud said she “springs into action” to help ensure the successful completion of an original piece of artwork for the City and County of Denver, artwork valued between $10,000 and $1.5 million. The “Art Barn” days: “Not only did my Trinity experience teach me to be adaptable, but also to speak a tender language that requires me to articulate the ‘good, the bad, and the ugly.’ Each Public Art project is entirely unique with a different realm of challenges and a different author attempting to execute a unique idea for a city-wide audience.
Caleb Mulder ’11
As the project coordinator for Hy-Vee, Sundog Studios’ largest client, Caleb Mulder’s responsibilities include meeting with the corporate client at the Des Moines headquarters, as well as gathering and distributing information between the client and the internal staff at all stages of advertising production. The benefit of liberal arts: “The liberal arts approach was possibly the most beneficial aspect of my Trinity education. Regardless of what major students wish to pursue, each day demands a variety of skills to be a successful employee in the workplace.