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Geoff Kaplan in conversation with Juliette Cezzar, book launch and reception
After the Bauhaus, Before the Internet; A History of Graphic Design Pedagogy
Editor and co-author Geoff Kaplan in conversation with designer and professor Juliette Cezzar
Wednesday 28 September 2022
History of Art, Loria 351
and on Zoom
Geoff Kaplan received his MFA from Cranbrook and teaches in the graduate Graphic Design program at Yale University. Kaplan co-authored, edited and designed Power of the People: The Graphic Design of Radical Press and the Rise of the Counter-Culture, 1964-1974 published by the University of Chicago Press. He recently co-authored, edited and designed After the Bauhaus, Before the Internet; A History of Graphic Design Pedagogy published by no place press. Kaplan is one of the three co-founders of no place press, distributed by the MIT Press.
Juliette Cezzar is a designer, educator, and author. She is a tenured Associate Professor of Communication Design at Parson School of Design and directed the BFA Communication Design and BFA Design & Technology programs from 2011-14. She is the author of The AIGA Guide to Careers in Graphic and Communication Design, co-author of Designing the Editorial Experience, and author-designer of four other books. She served as president of AIGA/NY from 2014-16. Juliette holds a Bachelor of Architecture from Virginia Tech and an MFA in Graphic Design from Yale University.