Elizabeth Resnick

About Me

Designer/Design Educator/Design Curator/Design Author

Member Since October 1984
Member Type Supporter
AIGA Chapter Boston
Title Professor Emerita, Part-time Faculty, Graphic Design
Company Massachusetts College of Art and Design
Email moc.liamg@seRzilE
Website www.massart.edu
Portfolio Site www.graphicadvocacyposters.org
Field Educator
Design/Graphic design

Degrees: BFA, Rhode Island School of Design; MFA, Rhode Island School of Design Professor Resnick served on the Board of Directors of the AIGA Boston chapter (1989–2007) where she has organized numerous graphic design lectures and events. She was a member of the AIGA Boston Advisory Board, 2008-2014. Curated Exhibitions: Russell Mills: Within/Without (1991) with Teresa Flavin; Dutch Graphic Design: 1918-1945 (1994) with Alston W. Purvis; Makoto Saito: Art of the Poster (1999) with Jan Kubasiewicz; The Graphic Imperative: International Posters for Peace, Social Justice and The Environment 1965–2005 (2005) with Chaz Maviyane-Davies and Frank Baseman Graphic Intervention: 25 Years of International AIDS Awareness Posters 1985-2010 (2010) with Javier Cortés; Graphic Advocacy: International Posters for a Digital Age 2001–2012 (2012). Women's Rights Are Human Rights: International Posters on Gender-based Inequality, Violence and Discrimination (2016). Publications:  'Developing Citizen Designers' for Bloomsbury Academic (2016), 'Design for Communication: Conceptual Graphic Design Basics' for John Wiley & Sons Publishers (2003) and 'Graphic Design: A Problem-Solving Approach to Visual Communication' for Prentice-Hall Publications (1984). Elizabeth also writes short critical commentaries and event reviews, and has published interviews with prominent designers and design educators in the following design magazines: EYE (England), AIGA Journal of Graphic Design (USA), Graphics International (England), tipoGrafica (Argentina) and IDEA (Japan). Awards: Type Directors' Club, Print Magazine Annual, AIGA Fellows Award, AIGA Boston 2007

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