Small Space: Significant Sway

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Small Space: Significant Sway
National Group Graphic Design Exhibition 2013
Finlandia University
International School of Art & Design
Event Date: March 02 – March 29, 2013

The International School of Art & Design at Finlandia University was pleased to present what would be the first of many graphic design group exhibitions.

The exhibition, Small Spaces: Significant Sway, explores the power of small design artifacts that deliver incredible and indelible impact. The exhibition has invited designers from around the United States to exhibit work that demonstrate the value and diversity of design.

Small Spaces: Significant Sway Participants :
Gladys Chow, MFA candidate, Visual Communication, University of Texas at Arlington
Matt Derezinski, Associate Professor, Visual Communications, Truman State University
Ben Dolezal, Assistant Professor, Visual Communication, University of Texas at Arlington
Rebecca Hirsbrunner, Type Designer, SIL International
Collin Hover, Assistant Professor, Graphic Design, University of South Dakota
Additional Artists Involved: Amanda Connelly, Amy Gehling, Ashley Palmer
Seiji Ikeda, Assistant Professor, Visual Communication, University of Texas at Arlington
MiHyun Kim, Senior Lecturer, Visual Communication, University of Texas at Arlington
Young Ae Kim, Assistant Professor, Graphic Design, The University of South Dakota
Rusty Nelson, Professor and Chair, Visual Communications, Truman State University
Mervi Paski, Assistant Professor, Graphic Design, Kansas State University
Jen Stucker, Assistant Professor, Graphic Design, Bowling Green State University
Eric Winter, Assistant Professor, Graphic Design, Avila University
Ping Xu, Assistant Professor, Visual Communications, Truman State University

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