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calendar of Exhibitions

Loyola Professors participate in international exhibition, Reminders

Liz Buchta and Daniela Marx collaborate on a project for the exhibition "Reminders" in Bangkok, Thailand. This invitation only exhibition will feature the work of four designers who were asked to create work that focuses on typography and positive messages. Drawing on Jesuit values that Loyola has instilled in them and their students, Buchta and Marx have chosen to create work that highlights specific virtues.

The show opens at Jamjuree Art Gallery at Cultural Center of Chulalongkorn University on August 31, 2012.

Jamjuree Art Gallery
Jamjuree Building 8, Chulalongkorn University
Cultural Center of Chulalongkorn University

Hunsa Khamliun, Art Gallery Manager
Tel/Fax 02-218-3709
Opening Time
Monday – Friday: 10 AM – 7 PM
Saturday – Sunday: 12 AM – 7 PM

Visiting Lecturer for the Mark Grote Visiting Artist Series

Mark Dion

Mark Dion
October 23, 2012
6:30 p.m.
Miller 114

Mark's lecture is part of the Mark Grote Visiting Artist Lecture Series& Biever Grant Lecture Series.

Info on Mark Dion:
http://www.pbs.org/art21/artists/mark-dion

AIGA Loyola Design Lecture Series

Amir Berbic

Designer Amir Berbic
November 9th

Formal Lecture: NOMA: open to all faculty, students and staff: Friday, November 9th.
Title of Lecture: Hyperlinks between Architecture and Design: Visual Research of the Urban Landscape in Dubai

Amir Berbic is a graphic designer and a professor of visual communi- cation, specializing in typography, editorial, book and poster design. Born in Bosnia and Herzegovina (1980), he lived in Chicago where he completed his studies and worked as art director. He holds an MFA in Visual Communication from the School of The Art Institute of Chicago and a BFA in Graphic Design from The University of Illinois at Chicago. He has practiced design in the United States, Europe, and the Middle East.

Amir Berbic is an Associate Professor of Design at the American Uni- versity of Sharjah, College of Architecture, Art and Design, in the United Arab Emirates. He teaches visual communication studio, history of design, and design foundations. Amir's research interests are in vis- ible language and context, place identity, and design basics pedagogy. The medium of Amir's expression often transcends print and includes digital media, photography, and installation.
His design and writing have been featured in several academic and pro- fessional publications, conferences and exhibition

 

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