Posts Tagged ‘Lucinda Hitchcock’

Hitchcock on Creative Collaboration

Lucinda Hitchcock (Professor, Graphic Design) was a panelist and presenter at the NMPS (National Museum Publishing Seminar) in Boston this month. Her panel was entitled “Creative Collaboration: how can museums think different?” The talk showed case studies of collaborative techniques in teaching, in design, and in Museum design and publishing. She was on a panel […]

Sabbatical Presentations – Merola, Lee, Hitchcock & Gourlay

November Sabbatical Presentations are now scheduled, featuring Nicole Merola, Joon Lee,  Lucinda Hitchcock, and Sandy Gourlay. In “‘a foretaste of those icy climes’: Arctic Ecologies and Climate Change” Nicole M. Merola (Associate Professor, Literary Arts & Studies) will show images from her recent research trip to the Norwegian Arctic and will discuss her current scholarship on climate change, dark […]

Sabbatical Presentations – Berwick & Congdon

October 2013 Sabbatical Presentations are now scheduled. Please join Rachel Berwick (Professor, Glass) on October 30th 1:15-2:15pm, and Dennis Congdon (Professor, Painting) on October 31st 12:00-12:30pm, in the Tap Room. Berwick’s presentation, “Blue,” will show her work with materials, deriving from the earth, that possess an inherent geological significance stretching deep into the past and into […]

Hitchcock Awarded Prize for Excellence

“Ori Gersht: History Repeating,” a book designed by Lucinda Hitchcock (Professor, Graphic Design) for the Boston Museum of Fine Arts, has received the Frances Smyth-Ravenel Prize for Excellence in Publications Design. The design drew admiration for its subtle use of typography and quietness of the layout to draw readers into the page and create a […]

Hitchcock “Reframing Political Issues”

Lucinda Hitchcock (Professor, Graphic Design) is participating in a group show at the AIGA Gallery, New York City. “We the Designers: Reframing Political Issues in the Obama Era” explores how design can help unite citizens on the issues. “We the Designers” is a national exhibition of self-authored graphic design. Through the process of design thinking participants […]

"America in View: Landscape Photography 1865 to Now" Exhibition Opening at the RISD Museum

A broad panorama of our country’s topographies and correlating narratives, America in View reveals a nation’s ambitions and failings, beauty and loss, politics and personal stories through about 150 photographs spanning nearly 150 years. Ranging from 19th-century albumen prints documenting the pristine drama of the Western landscape to contemporary digital images that construct newly imagined […]