Guest Artists
Typography: Advancing Ideas through Content, Sources, and Systems Mediation
with guest artists: Ben Day – Thomas Detrie – Kenneth Hiebert
| Arnold Holland | Course Coordinator | |

Ben Day is coauthor of Typographic Design: Form and Communication. Prof Day is widely recognized educators in the field for his well-formatted pedagogy and his skill in working with students. As a result, he is in great demand as a lecturer and conductor of workshops around the country. In recent years, Prof Day has conducted workshops at American University, Arizona State University, University of Cincinnati, Ohio University, Ringling School of the Arts, University of Connecticut, and in London, England. His professional work has appeared in exhibitions in Connecticut, Boston, California, Richmond, New Orleans, and New York City.

Thomas Detrie is a Professor Emeritus in the College of Architecture and Environmental Design at the Arizona State University. He has facilitated design seminars at Boston University, College of Mount St Joseph (Cincinnati), Facultad del Habitat, Universidad Autonoma de San Luis Potosi, Mexico, Microsoft Corporation, Rhode Island School of Design, and University of Cincinnati DAAP. Prof Detrie's work in letterform, typography, and visual communication has been featured in Design Quarterly, Typography: Form and Communication by Carter, Day, and Meggs, publications by Armin Hofmann, and the Swiss Journal of Typography (TM) include his work in letterform, typography, and visual communication. Prof Detrie has done font design work for the American Mathematical Society, The Font Company, IBM, and the Rocky Mountain Mathematical Consortium. He is also a contributor to Graphic Communications: The Printed Image by Z.A.Prust (Z244.P958 1998). | Prof Thomas Detrie | |

Kenneth Hiebert is an award-winning graphic designer, photographer, and author. He was founding chairman of the Graphic design Department of the philadelphia College of Art, now know as the University of the Arts (UArts). Prof Hiebert has held teaching positions at the Basel School of Design, Carnegie Mellon University, and Yale University. He is the recipient of numerous awards including the Master Teacher Award for the Graphic Design Education Association, awards from the National Endowment for the Arts, and many others. Prof Hiebert is a founding member of the Philadelphia chapter of the American Institute of Graphic Arts (AIGA), and was named AIGA Fellow in 2001. He is currently working on projects involving integration of visual imagery and music, including a visual counterpart to George Crumb's Ancient Voices of Children, premiered in 2001 by Orchestra 2001, an organization with which he has been affiliated since 1994.

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