An Islander’s adventure in self-discovery and why all you need in life is a knife, rope, zipties, and duct tape.
In the fall of 2015, design faculty successfully introduced the new B.F.A. major in graphic design. The new program incorporates concepts of human-centered design, design process and implications, design research and strategy, UI/UX design, interactive media, motion, and web.
The second annual exhibition of the Intersections of Typography opened at Memphis College of Art in January. Students across many disciplines showcased work that highlighted typography as art form in 2D, 3D, analog and digital formats. The exhibition ran until February 2016 in the Lower Gallery of Rust Hall. All photography by Natalie Schuh.
The Intersections of Typography is a multidisciplinary show at the intersections of communication, expression and form.
60 Years of Rock and Roll is a collaborative student exhibition featuring work that celebrates the 60th anniversary of Rock and Roll at The Levitt Shell.
Students at Memphis College of Art worked really hard to create some lovely graphic design work over the course of the 2013-2014 Academic Year. In celebration of this hard work, I am sharing some of the completed project work from the fall and spring semesters. To a wonderful year in review.
Over a three-day work session, Memphis College of Art under the direction of Cat Normoyle, leads a community public art project in South Memphis.
Thrive designers invited Memphis College of Art to visit their offices in Helena AR.
My Design of Advertising students at Memphis College of Art in conjunction w/ Urban Art Commission & Mayor’s Innovation Team worked with 25 square to develop a messaging campaign.