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Meek named Communication Design Internship Coordinator - The Activist - News
Meek named Communication Design Internship Coordinator
...> > Steve Meek joined the Art and Visual Communication Department this quarter as Visiting Instructor and also coordinator of the Internship Program. Meek brings eighteen years of experience in the field of communication design, experience he accumulated while working in Chicago.He
also has knowledge of the rewards and difficulties of being self-employed in a career in this competitive field.Over the past six years, Meek has taught at Purdue and Northern Kentucky universities, and currently teaches four classes here at RWC.
The internship program enables students who are in their sophomore year to acquire professional art experience while earning credit hours and collecting a salary.This work experience provides students with a more marketable resume and also introduces them to the day-to-day requirements of the work place.
Students who apply and are admitted to the program are encouraged to find a creativity based position with a local business which will then be validated by the coordinator. For more information contact Steve Meek at email@example.com or visit www.rwc.edu/artcomm/intern.html.
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grew up on a farm in Kansas.In Lawrence he completed a Bachelor of Fine Arts at the University of Kansas in 1980.He
then moved to Chicago where he
resided for eighteen years.Fifteen of those he
own Graphic Design practice.Opportunity knocked and he took a position as Assistant Professor in the Art & Design Department of Purdue University in Lafayette, Indiana.Longing for a larger urban environment, he accepted a position as Lecturer at Northern Kentucky University in fall 2000.
This unique suburban setting is just across the river from Cincinnati Ohio, a city with a long history of supporting the arts.He
has been commissioned by numerous well known companies and magazines such as: American Express
, Boston Globe
, The Harvard Review
, Ladies Home Journal
, Lilly usa, Mademoiselle, Men's Fitness, Playboy, Prudential, Psychology Today, Smart Money, Subaru, The Village Voice and The Wall Street Journal
aesthetics are influenced by: Brucke woodcut artists, Pop Art, Early Modernism, urban industrial decay and 40's and 50's
vernacular design.In his
works with ink and exacto blade and electronically.He
has designed hundreds of logos for large and small businesses alike.He
also designs banners, billboards, brochures, fonts, packaging and posters.He
has received awards from STA Illinois, DESI, IABC, and his
work has been published in Creative Direct Mail Design 1995, Flash Alphabet Art, American Corporate Identity 5, Creative Illustration Book 5, Black Book Illustration 7 and American Showcase 20, 21 and 22.His
stock illustrations are available through Stockart.com