Posts Tagged ‘John Caserta’

Artisan-Toolmaker panel discussion

Faculty members John Caserta, Kai Franz and Andrew Raftery will by joined by guest Luke Ogrydziak in a panel discussion moderated by faculty members Aaron Forrest and Carl Lostritto. A corresponding exhibit will also include work by the panelists and Elliot Clapp and Shane Richards (Division of Foundation Studies). This is to be the first […]

Professional Development Fund grants awarded

The Professional Development Fund Committee met mid-November to review project proposals submitted for its Fall 2014 funding cycle. The Committee is pleased to announce the following awards to: John Caserta, Assistant Professor in Graphic Design, to support printing costs related to the project for/with/in. Farrin Abbas Zadeh, Lecturer in History of Art + Visual Culture, […]

Caserta and Obfuscation

John Caserta (Assistant Professor, Graphic Design) recently recorded a piece for “Insights Per Minute,” where The Design Observer Group produces 60 seconds of a singular voice as a format for new, uncluttered insight. In “Obfuscation,” Caserta discusses differences in messaging as perceived by writers and designers and “deliberate obfuscation” as penned by author William Stafford.

Full-time faculty hires Spring 2012

Academic Affairs is pleased to announce the following new full-time faculty have been hired as a result of national searches mounted during the 11/12 academic year. INDUSTRIAL DESIGN CAS HOLMAN Cas Holman has an MA in 3D design from Cranbrook and her BA is from UC Santa Cruz.  Her extensive practice centers on design for […]

Lynnette Widder's "Ira Rakatansky; As Modern as Tomorrow' reviewed

“Ira Rakantansky: As Modern as Tomorrow” was reviewed by John Gendall the “Architect’s Newspaper” February edition. “Ira Rakantansky: As Modern as Tomorrow” written by Lynnette Widder (Assc. Professor, Architecture), designed by John Caserta (Critic, Graphic Design) and photographs by Thad Russell (Critic, Photography) documents the oeuvre of Rhode Island modernist Ira Rakatansky. Read more about the book […]