Brown Bag Faculty Lecture: Nancy Bernardo
Add some creativity and thoughtful conversation to your lunch break by attending the RIT College of Art and Design Brown Bag Faculty Lecture Series. It features weekly midday presentations by faculty from the college's five schools throughout the 2020 spring semester. The talks cover a wide variety of subject matter and provide an insightful look at the creative practice of renowned faculty in the college.Each presentation takes place from noon to 12:50 p.m. on Wednesdays.The semester's first speaker is Nancy Bernardo, associate professor of graphic design. Her talk is scheduled for noon to 12:50 p.m. Wednesday, Jan. 22, in William Harris Conference Room (Gannett Hall, 2155).Bernardo has been a practicing graphic designer for 21 years, with her work exploring boundaries between old and new technologies. Her research activities concentrate on areas of print and experimentation related to image-making, book design, motion design and graphic design history. Bernardo's recent experiments have been with the RISOGRAPH duplicator — a machine that blends the aesthetics of screen printing with the accessibility of 21st-century printing technology.
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Open to the Public