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Old News: IMA’s New Design Curator R. Craig Miller

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This last October the Indianapolis Museum of Art gained a new Design curator. For the past 17 years R. Craig Miller was the curator of design at the Denver Art Museum which was responsible for housing the AIGA National Archives. Below is a link to and Indy.com interview with Miller as well as the Unbeige’s announcement of Miller’s move to the IMA.

Q&A with IMA Curator R. Craig Miller

Denver Curator R. Craig Miller Heads to Indy, Might Take Design With Him

From Rocks to Computers … The History of Visual Communication

History of Visual Communication

For those of you interested, Citrinitas has posted a tutorial chronicling the history of Visual Communication. Not too exhaustive, but it’s not a brief read either. If you have time check out some of their other tutorials on Graphic Design Style for Starters and Typography (a bit hard to read … how ironic).