Sordoni Hosts Final Art in Context Lecture of the Semester
Wednesday, Nov. 13 | 4:30 p.m.
Designing a Presidency: How Graphic Design Influences the Political Narrative
Lisa Reynolds, MFA, Assistant Professor of DDMA
From Tippecanoe and Tyler Too to the Red Hat, the design in presidential elections can not only drive our vote, but also change the way we view policy, generate support for legislation, and even LOSE votes for deserving candidates. Join Assistant Professor of Digital Design Lisa Reynolds as we examine the pivot points of graphic design in presidential elections throughout our history and how they influence the way politicians communicate with voters.
About Lisa Reynolds | Lisa Reynolds is a graphic designer, art director and educator. She has spent nearly 20 years working in the northeast Pennsylvania market, specializing mainly in design for education and development. She is an assistant professor of digital design and media art and maintains an active freelance practice, working primarily in publishing.