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Meghan Marx , M.F.A.
M.F.A., Intermedia and Digital Arts (IMDA); University of Maryland Baltimore County
B.F.A., Graphic Design; University of Wisconsin—Eau Claire.
Assistant Professor, Art + Visual Communication Design
2015 - present
Art Director / Design Consultant
2008 - present
Adjunct Faculty, Design and New Media
2009 - 2015
University of Maryland, Baltimore County
2013 - 2015
The Community College of Baltimore County
Adjunct Faculty, Art, Design & Interactive Media
2011 - 2012
Adjunct Faculty of Graphic Design
2009 - 2012
Art Director, Good Morning America — Weekend Edition
2005 - 2008
Junior Art Director, Good Morning America
2003 - 2005
Senior Production Assistant, Good Morning America
2001 - 2003
Public Access Community Television—Eau Claire, WI
Marx’s research aims to bridge the gap between studio art and design influenced by images seen during her work in news. Her current work reflects on our connection with environment by visualizing human exchange with environment. Meghan’s understanding of the fragility of time and ecology is informed by research in the sciences and the philosophies of Jane Bennett and Timothy Morton. Her work operates between areas of phenomena and metaphor through intermedia including print, installation, and projection.
The Potential of Breath in a Time of Chemical Hoarding, 2015
Visual Communication Design courses, History of Graphic Design, Motion Graphics, Portfolio, Capstone, First Year Seminar, Service Learning
Outstanding Alumni of the Year, 2007, University of Wisconsin—Eau Claire
National Headliner Award, 2006, Best Newscast: Hurricane Katrina 6 Months Later
Emmy Nomination, 2004, Outstanding Individual Achievement in a Craft: Graphic Design and Art Direction. ABC News Special Events Coverage War with Iraq: Turning Point
Peabody Award, 2001, The coverage of September 11, 2001
Golden Key International Honor Society
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