FACULTY> KATHLEEN MEANEY
Assistant Professor, Graphic Design
Office: 346 Henderson Hall
Kathleen Meaney is a designer and educator whose writings have been published through the AIGA, Design Observer, Icograda and UnderConsideration. She began her career at Pentagram in New York, working on a variety of projects that ranged from exhibit design for the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame to publication design for the New-York Historical Society. As a dedicated professor at schools such as SVA, NCSU and DAAP, her courses emphasize progressive teaching methods, some of which have been cited in NASAD’s “The Future of Design and Design Education.” Kathleen’s current research explores how new technology can help reinterpret the history of typography.
Find Kathleen in HOW Books’ Women of Design and Chronicle Books’ Design School Wisdom.