As the graphic designer for both the Office of the Vice President for Research and the Center for Excellence in the Arts and Humanities (CEAH), Tina Rice makes publications, posters, banners, fliers and much, much more both fun and functional.
Tina joined the Office of the Vice President for Research and CEAH in August 2018. She holds a bachelor’s of fine arts degree in studio art/metalsmithing and two master’s of fine arts degrees in graphic design and integrated studio arts. Prior to joining the Office of the Vice President for Research and CEAH, Tina worked as a fine artist, freelance designer, and shop owner. Most recently, she was a graduate assistant for the Office of the Vice President for Research, CEAH, and the integrated studio arts department in the College of Design.
What part of your job would you continue to do even if you didn’t get paid for it?
“Graphic design, in the loosest sense of the word, has been part of my daily life since I was a child. I am fortunate that my passion has become my profession, but I would be designing some type of project even if I didn’t get paid for it.”
Tina can help with: Designing effective, accessible and aesthetically pleasing visuals for the Office of the Vice President for Research and CEAH communications.