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Podcast, Redesigning HERstory, Research, Season 4, Uncategorized

036. Cheryl D. Holmes Miller on Gender and Race Equality in Graphic Design (S4E4)

Cheryl D. Holmes Miller is recognized as a national leader of minority rights and advocacy in Graphic Design, Award winning Designer and founder of Cheryl D. Miller Design, Inc., New York, New York, and  Published Author, Cheryl has a Master of Science in Communications Design from Pratt Institute and a Bachelor of Fine Arts in…

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035. Briar Levit; Graphic Means, Design History, and Redesigning HERstory (S4E3)

Briar Levit is an Associate Professor of Graphic Design in the School of Art + Design at Portland State University. Her passion is designing for content driven projects, which started with an interest in museum exhibit design, but eventually led to publishing. She was previously the Art Director of Bitch magazine as well as an…

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Podcast, Redesigning HERstory, Research, Season 4, Uncategorized

034. Brockett Horne & Louise Sandhaus on The People’s Graphic Design Archive and Redesigning HERstory (S4E2)

Brockett Horne serves as chair of graphic design at MICA, where she teaches fierce sophomores and daring juniors. She has been exhibited and honored with multiple design awards, is a past Rotary International Scholar, and has work in the permanent collection of the RISD Museum of Art. Her creative work is inspired by a desire…

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Podcast, Redesigning HERstory, Research, Season 4

033. Jennifer Morla on Design and Redesigning HERstory (S4E1)

Jennifer Morla is President and Creative Director of Morla Design in San Francisco. With over 300 awards of excellence, she has been recognized by virtually every organization in the field of visual communication. She is the recipient of design’s most honored awards, The Cooper Hewitt Smithsonian National Design Award and the AIGA Medal. Morla’s work…

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Podcast, Redesigning HERstory, Research, Season 3

032. Redesigning HERstory: A Discussion with Carrie Smith (S3E10)

Carrie Smith is Vice President of Creative Services at Concord Records. Carrie joined Concord in 2015 as part of the company’s on-going investment in innovation and pursuit of an exceptional Art & Design department. Carrie has curated a team of highly creative, passionate and talented individuals. Her department supports each label under Concord’s Recorded Music…

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031. Redesigning HERstory: A Discussion with Nina Stoessinger (S3E9)

Nina Stoessinger is a Senior Typeface Designer at Frere-Jones Type in Brooklyn. She also teaches type design at Yale School of Art, and previously served on the Board of Directors of the Type Directors Club where she chaired the 22nd TDC Typeface Design Competition. Originally from Switzerland, Nina graduated in multi-media design from Burg Giebichenstein University…

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Podcast, Redesigning HERstory, Research, Season 3

030. Redesigning HERstory: A Discussion with Gail Anderson (S3E8)

Gail Anderson is a New York-based designer, writer, and educator. She teaches in the School of Visual Arts MFA, undergraduate, and high school design programs, Director of SVA Visual Arts Press, and has served on the advisory boards for Adobe Partners by Design and the Society of Publication Designers. Anderson is the recipient of the…

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Podcast, Redesigning HERstory, Research, Season 3

029. Redesigning HERstory: A Discussion with Aggie Toppins (S3E7)

Aggie Toppins is an Associate Professor and Chair of Undergraduate Communication Design at the Sam Fox School of Design and Visual Arts at Washington University in St. Louis. Previously, Toppins taught at the University of Tennessee at Chattanooga where, for two years, she served as the first female Department Head in Art. Through her studio…

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Podcast, Redesigning HERstory, Research, Season 3

028. Redesigning HERstory: A Discussion with Libby Meggs & Elizabeth Meggs (S3E6)

Libby Phillips Meggs earned a BFA in art and design from Virginia Commonwealth University. She worked as an advertising art director, then went on to become a freelance graphic designer and illustrator. From childhood, Libby made up stories and illustrated them for her own amusement, finally seeing her dreams become real with the publication of…

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Podcast, Redesigning HERstory, Research, Season 3

027. Redesigning HERstory: A Discussion with Naoma Serna-Zahn (S3E5)

NAOMA SERNA-ZAHN is foundHER and creative director of Nuevo Studio in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma. Naoma is a multi-award winning Graphic Designer, originally from Mexico. Moving here for university, she received a B.A. in French Literature and Culture as well as a B.F.A. in Graphic Design the School of Design at the University of Central Oklahoma.…

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Podcast, Redesigning HERstory, Research, Season 3

026. Redesigning HERstory: A Discussion with Bryony Gomez-Palacio & Armin Vit (S3E4)

Bryony Gomez-Palacio, born and raised in Mexico City, is a graphic designer and writer now living in Bloomington, IN. She is co-founder of UnderConsideration—a graphic design firm and publishing enterprise all rolled into one—where she manages the behind-the-scenes of the online network comprised of Brand New, FPO, Quipsologies and The Art of the Menu. Bryony…

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Podcast, Redesigning HERstory, Research, Season 3

025. Redesigning HERstory: A Discussion with Ruki Neuhold-Ravikumar (S3E3)

Ruki Neuhold-Ravikumar is the Acting Under Secretary for Education. She is responsible for defining the Smithsonian’s educational priorities. She concentrates her efforts on Institution-wide educational initiatives, communication strategies and funding for programs that benefit learners of all ages. A significant focus of her work is to leverage the collective capacity of the Smithsonian education community…

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024. Redesigning HERstory: A Discussion with Ellen Lupton (S3E2)

Ellen Lupton is Senior Curator of Contemporary Design at Cooper Hewitt, Smithsonian Design Museum where she has organized numerous exhibitions, publications, and public programs at the museum. Lupton serves as director of the Graphic Design MFA Program at mica and has authored numerous books such as “Thinking with Type” and “Graphic Design Thinking.” She holds…

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Podcast, Redesigning HERstory, Research, Season 3

023. Redesigning HERstory: Women of Graphic Design History, with Amanda Horton (S3E1)

Amanda Horton, MFA, is a Professor in the Department of Design at the University of Central Oklahoma, in Edmond, Oklahoma. Amanda (Mandy) Horton teaches graphic design history, theory and criticism classes, has developed multiple courses on design history, including an award-winning online History of Graphic Design course and is director of the Design History minor…

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Creativity, Podcast, Season 2

022. “Mitch-isms” in Creativity, with Mitch Goldstein (S2E6)

Mitch Goldstein is a designer, artist, and educator based in Rochester, NY. He is an Associate Professor at Rochester Institute of Technology, where he teaches in the School of Design. Over the past 15 years, Mitch has taught at Rhode Island School of Design (RISD), Virginia Commonwealth University (VCU), Maryland Institute College of Art (MICA),…

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Creativity, Podcast, Season 2

021. Journaling as Means of Creativity, with David Modler (S2E5)

David R. Modler is a maker, scholar and professor originally from Baltimore, Maryland. He earned his Bachelor of Science and Master of Education in Art Education from Towson State University and his Master of Fine Arts in painting from James Madison University. Modler is an internationally recognized expert in the field of visual journals, which…

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