Colloquium Abstract Submissions

 

ABC’s of Type Design

Liz DeLuna Associate Professor of Graphic Design St. John’s University Every typeface has a story, and many typefaces have life cycles and histories that span centuries. These histories and stories reveal tales of historical and cultural context, modes of production, changes in production technologies and rationales for the emergence of styles and trends. This lecture examines … Continue reading “ABC’s of Type Design”

Using Printmaking Techniques to Teach Metacognitive Skills to Design Students

Sharon (Libby) Clarke Assistant Professor Advertising Design and Graphic Arts New York City College of Technology, CUNY As we educators wrestle with the shifting significance of print in our classrooms, we risk losing equipment, space, and funding for printmaking techniques that are seen as being no longer relevant. This study works to prove that techniques … Continue reading “Using Printmaking Techniques to Teach Metacognitive Skills to Design Students”

Design Bravery: Managing Fear and Facilitating Development through Collaboration

Lisa J. Maione, Art Director / Designer
 Adjunct Lecturer, Queens College CUNY Part-time Lecturer, Parsons The New School for Design Finding one’s voice as a designer is a continuous process which calls upon our inner confidence. We hone a specific type of confidence — a ‘design bravery’ — that comes in many forms, at all scales, … Continue reading “Design Bravery: Managing Fear and Facilitating Development through Collaboration”