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Sneaking Up On Angels • #11 • 2010 • Tramontozzi

 

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site for interactive graphic designer and design director, Carl Tramontozzi.

 

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Carl Tramontozzi invited to teach at Suffolk University/NESAD's guest faculty graduate design program.

 

Each year, Suffolk University's New England School
of Art & Design invites a select group of working design professionals to teach a four week, advanced practices design class to their Master's degree program candidates.

 

Carl's syllabus focuses on applying a multidisciplinary graphic design skill-set to new technology, pertinent contemporary business practices, careers, growth, organizational culture and client relationships.

 

CarlTDesign tapped for Artist-Spotlight show.

 

New Boston Production Partnership is slated to shoot its new artist spotlight pilot. Produced in interview format, the show will spotlight lesser known arts and will be shopped to PBS Stations nationally. Carl Tramontozzi will be interviewed on the world of the modern graphic designer.

 

The show plans to cover design history, modern graphic design trends, new media and careers as well as the nuts and bolts of being a hands-on graphic designer.

 

Episodes are slated to feature working artists from
less publicized disciplines to educate the public in their
respective art. Planned guests include a textile
artist, an industrial designer, a stage lighting director
and an environmental designer.

 

 

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