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The Art Institutes

210 Sixth Avenue

Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania,15222

United States

Company Description

The Art Institutes is a system of over 50 schools across North America. AI provides hands-on education in the creative and applied arts by offering master's, bachelor's and associate's degree programs as well as non-degree programs. For employers, AI provides ... more

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Background Information

Employment History

Dean of Academic Affairs

Illinois Institute of Art


Cross-Campus Director of Student Retention and Program Coordinator: School of Fashion

Illinois Institute of Art


Owner and Designer

The Artifixer


Assistant Professor, Fashion Program

Mount Mary College


Affiliations

EDUCAUSE

Member


Surface Design Association

Member


Textile Society of America

Member


American Culture Association

Member


Popular Culture and American Culture Association

Member


International Textile and Apparel Association

Member


Education

B.S.

Textile Design

Philadelphia College of Textile and Science


Bachelor of Science degree

Textile Design

Philadelphia University


M.S.

University


M.S. degree

Textiles and Clothing

University of Wisconsin - Madison


Master of Science degree

Textiles and Clothing

University of Wisconsin-Madison


Ph.D.

The Illinois Institute of Art - Schaumburg


Ph.D.

Human Ecology

University of Wisconsin-Madison


doctoral degree

Design Studies

University of Wisconsin


doctoral degree

Design Studies

University of Wisconsin - Madison


Web References(10 Total References)


www.pulaskicitizen.com

Andrea Marcinkus, program coordinator for the fashion programs at The Illinois Institute of Art - Schaumburg, shares, "Any designer's biggest challenge is to make the bride look great on her special day; a well-designed dress should hide any flaws - this means brides of all shapes and sizes need to be guided on what looks best for her frame.
Marcinkus, Reed and Zeller all agree that there are a few tips to keep in mind when shopping for the dress:


www.amboynews.com

Andrea Marcinkus, program coordinator for the fashion programs at The Illinois Institute of Art - Schaumburg, shares, 'Any designer's biggest challenge is to make the bride look great on her special day; a well-designed dress should hide any flaws - this means brides of all shapes and sizes need to be guided on what looks best for her frame.
Marcinkus, Reed and Zeller all agree that there are a few tips to keep in mind when shopping for the dress:


queenstribune.com

Andrea Marcinkus, program coordinator for the fashion programs at The Illinois Institute of Art - Schaumburg, shared, "Any designer's biggest challenge is to make the bride look great on her special day; a well-designed dress should hide any flaws - this means brides of all shapes and sizes need to be guided on what looks best for her frame.
Marcinkus, Reed and Zeller all agree that there are a few tips to keep in mind when shopping for the dress: Andrea Marcinkus


www.wilhelmina-one.com [cached]

"Traditional animal influences return, but more intriguingly, we are seeing just as many avian inspirations," says Andrea Kolasinski Marcinkus, academic director of Fashion Design and Fashion Marketing & Management at The Illinois Institute of Art - Schaumburg.
She says that anything with birds or feathers is hot right now, from realistic bird prints, to feather trim.


www.aidurham.com [cached]

The Illinois Institute of Art - Schaumburg is pleased to announce that Andrea Kolasinski Marcinkus, Ph.D. has joined the college as its Academic Director of both the Fashion Design and Fashion Marketing & Management degree programs. 
Marcinkus holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Textile Design from Philadelphia University, as well as a Master of Science degree in Textiles and Clothing and a Ph.D. in Human Ecology: Design Studies from the University of Wisconsin-Madison. She brings a wealth of academic experience to her new position which includes working as an Assistant Professor in the fashion design department at Mount Mary College in Milwaukee, WI. Previously, Marcinkus owned Circe Designs, a company that designed and produced original art accessories, historic costumes and historically inspired wedding gowns. She also serves as a consultant for Kohl's corporate offices, advising and teaching textile trends and technology. Her many publications include topics ranging from the history of women's clothing to nineteenth century female material producers. She is currently publishing a book entitled "Technology and Craft: How New Technologies are Changing the Way We Make Crafts." Marcinkus is a member of the Popular Culture Association, American Culture Association, Textile Society of America, Surface Design Association, International Textile and Apparel Association and Educause. Her professional service includes advising and presenting at numerous industry events.  When not at The Illinois Institute of Art - Schaumburg, Marcinkus divides her time between fashion and non-fashion related activities. An avid collector of nineteenth century crafts and Central American folk art, she also loves costume and participating in renaissance faires and costume conventions. Additionally, Marcinkus is currently starting a small steampunk-themed costume business with her boyfriend. When not delving into fashion, she enjoys spending time with her horse and training others with natural horsemanship methods.


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