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MICA

MICA (Maryland Institute College of Art) is consistently ranked as one of the top art schools in the country, in the company of Yale School of Art and RISD. I taught as adjunct faculty in their design department for over two years.

Thinking With Type
I invited Ellen Lupton to do a type workshop with NPR’s design teams. She used our work samples as type illustrations in Thinking With Type, 2nd Edition.

Thinking With Type spreadDesigners / Callie Neylan, Betsy Martin, Paulo Lopez, Katie Burk, David Wright, Nelson Hsu. Typographic hierarchy illustrations, type workshop with Ellen Lupton. NPR, 2009.
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Information Design
I was invited by Ellen Lupton to teach an information design seminar/studio for MFA graduate students. My curriculum was based on Edward Tufte’s principles of information design. Student work done for this course was purchased by NPR Music to illustrate A Visual History of Loudness.

A Visual History of Loudness by Chris ClarkDesigner / Chris Clark; Advisor: Callie Neylan. A Visual History of Loudness, MFA Graduate Studio. MICA, Fall 2009.

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Intermediate Typography
Intermediate typography at MICA focuses on pedagogical and design theories of Emil Ruder and Josef-Müller Brockmann.

MICA TypeDesigner / Cécile Ingarao; Advisor: Callie Neylan. Emil Ruder type exercise, Intermediate Typography. MICA, Spring 2009.

Intermediate Typography Student Work
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Motion Design
Students were taught the basics of motion design via basic film production techniques (story development, storyboarding, software basics).

Student Work: Animating a virus.