I PROFESS: the graphic design manifesto

20th Anniversary Traveling Juried Exhibition

curated by Chris Corneal and Audrey Bennett

(SCENE) Metrospace

February 16 – March 15, 2024

Reception February 16, 6-8 pm

How do graphic designers visualize their teaching philosophies, their pedagogical beliefs that are in constant dialogue with other cultural, philosophical, and disciplinary values and practices?

Thirty design educators responded with 23 peer-reviewed posters that will be on view in this exhibition.

For more information, please visit the link below.

Exhibition Participants:

Anne H. Berry | Cleveland State University

+Meaghan A. Dee Virginia Tech

+Penina Laker Washington University in St Louis

+Rebecca Tegtmeyer Michigan State University

+Kelly Walters The New School, Parsons School of Design

Isabel Bo-Linn | Portland State University

Heather Corcoran | Washington University in St Louis

Isabella Arrazola Diazgranados | University of Florida

Gary Golightly | University of Memphis

Jimmy Henderson | Susquehanna University

Sana Khan Hussaini | San Francisco State University

Dr. Rebecca D Kelly (ABD) | Syracuse University

Marty Maxwell Lane | University of Arkansas

+Ali Place University of Arkansas

Susan LaPorte | College for Creative Studies

Kelly Salchow MacArthur | Michigan State University

Daniela Marx | Loyola University New Orleans

Andrea Marks | Oregon State University

+Ann McDonald Northeastern University

Steven McCarthy | University of Minnesota

Bree McMahon | University of Arkansas

+Dr. Rachael L Paine Virginia Tech

Archana Shekara | Illinois State University

Sara Tack | Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute

Michael Tittel | Northern Kentucky University

Dr. Marguerite van der Merwe | University of the Creative Arts, Surrey, UK

Saskia van Kampen | San Francisco State University

Dan Vlahos | Merrimack College

Women’s Design | London College of Communication, University of Arts London, UK

+Research Unit Royal College of Art, London, UK

Liese Zahabi | University of New Hampshire