Colloquium 2.0: City College of New York, CUNY

Design Incubation Colloquium 2.0

Hosted by Mark Addison Smith
Wednesday, June 3, 2015
10am–1pm

The City College of New York
Art Department
160 Convent Avenue
New York NY 10031
Compton-Goethals Building, Room CG-108
(corner of W 140th and Amsterdam Avenue)

The launch of the second year of Design Incubation Colloquia (#DI2015jun) will be held at the City College of New York, located in Upper Manhattan. This event is open to all interested in Communication Design research. RSVP with name and affiliations if you plan on attending.

Agenda details and list of presentations/speakers updated intermittently.

Abstract submission deadline May 6, 2015. Deadline extended to May 26, 2015. For details visit the Call for Submissions, and Submission Process description.

Presentations

Graphic Design in the Zone: Peak Performance in Picturing Sport
Jen Roos
Assistant Professor of Graphic Design
Computer Arts + Design
Mercy College
Founder and Principal
8 Point Studio

Spark Collaborations: Design as Catalyst for Social Impact
Natacha Poggio
Assistant Professor, Visual Communication Design
Hartford Art School, University of Hartford

Lay Me Down to Sleep: The Design of Coffins, Caskets, and Alternative Containers
Susan Merritt
Faculty Emeritus, Graphic Design
School of Art & Design
San Diego State University

Font Design: Caribbean Archeology Inspired Symbols
Maria Giuliani
Associate Professor
Communication Design
New York City College of Technology, CUNY

Espiritu, Texas 1886-2015: An Essential Part Of American History
Andrés Vera Martínez
Assistant Professor, Cartooning and Illustration
Lesley University College of Art and Design
Cambridge, MA

Attendees

  • Elizabeth Guffey, SUNY Purchase
  • Matt Ferrento, Westchester Community College
  • M. Genevieve Hitchings, CityTech
  • Kathryn Weinstein, Queens College
  • Mary Ann Biehl, CityTech
  • Anne Bartoc, CCNY
  • Danne Woo, Queens College
  • Michele Labrague, Parsons/Stockholm University
  • Olga Greco
  • Tanya Goetz, CityTech
  • Dan Wong, CityTech