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Kevin Dacey

PT Lecturer

Kevin is a graduate of the Massachusetts College of Art and Design, and Maine College of Art. His background is diverse, and draws upon a studio history and extensive Museum experience to fuel his art and teaching practice. He has taught at the University of Massachusetts, Wentworth Institute of Technology, the Art Institute of Boston at Lesley University. Kevin has exhibited in varied media and has work in a number of Private collections.

Sofie Hodara

PT Lecturer

Sofie Elana Hodara is an artist and a design researcher. Having recently completed an MFA in interactive design (May 2014), she is interested in algorithmic systems of digital surveillance and their impact on our current economic infrastructure. She believes in the fundamental importance of visual literacy and aspires to write a book on the subject in the near future.

Ilse Plume

PT Lecturer

Ilse Plume (graphic design/illustration) is a widely published children's book author and illustrator who has illustrated stories from Italy, Latvia, Russia and Sweden. She earned a BFA and an MFA from Drake University ('68 and '71) and studied printmaking at the Santa Reparata Studio in Florence, Italy.

Joanne Breiner

PT Lecturer

Joanne Breiner (graphic design) has worked as an environmental graphic designer for more than twenty-five years. She is the owner of DESIGN, Inc., a Cambridge, Mass. design firm specializing in signage for medical, academic, and corporate clients. Breiner received a BA in Art from Queens College, N.Y. ('74), and an MFA from Boston University ('81). Her experience includes work as a museum exhibit designer and as an associate with a Boston architectural firm.

Charles Gibbons

PT Lecturer

Charles Gibbons is a Massachusetts-based graphic designer and educator who specializes in type design. He received a BA in English literature from Boston University, studied design for three years at the School of the Museum of Fine Arts, and holds an MFA in graphic design from the Rhode Island School of Design. Professionally, he spent the '90s as a designer for the University of Minnesota, as assistant professor at the University of Wisconsin, and teaching at RISD. In 2001, he joined the Library of Congress where he oversaw the rebranding of the U.S. Copyright Office.