10/11/17 - Art and Art History Lecture Series: Lucille Tenazas, Judd Family Endowed Fund Lecture

Art and Art History Lecture Series: Lucille Tenazas, Judd Family Endowed Fund Lecture
10/11/2017, 12:00 PM - 01:00 PM
October 11
2017/10/11 12:00
Wednesday, October 11, 2017
2017/10/11
12:00 PM
2017/10/11
01:00 PM
Two profile shots of Lucille Tenazas, gesturing with her hands, facing each other
Photo credit: Denny Henry, (c)2009

AIGA Medalist and Cranbrook Academy of Art graduate Lucille Tenazas is recognized for her prominent postmodern design contributions as a design practitioner and educator. Born in the Philippines, Lucille now resides in New York City, where she maintains an active design practice; she is also the Associate Dean of Art Media and Technology and the Henry Wolf Professor of Communication Design at Parsons School of Design. She is part of the generation of graphic designers from the 1980s that bridged the gap from traditional hands-on design implementation to work that is generated on the Apple computer. Her unique use of typography, photography and thoughtful interpretation of language and message—always meticulously produced—earned her the 2013 AIGA Medalist award.

Location

Wilson Hall

Art Gallery, Room 208

371 Wilson Boulevard

Rochester , MI 48309-4486


Contact Information
Maria Smith Bohannon