Elizabeth Meggs - Visiting Instructor
Elizabeth MeggsVisiting Instructor
History of Art and Design
East Hall 4TH FL
14/FA-HD-362-01 History of Communications Design
14/FA-HD-362-02 History of Communications Design
14/SP-HD-362-01 History of Communications Design
MA, Painting (with distinction), Pratt Institute – 2008
Elizabeth Meggs is a Brooklyn-based artist, illustrator, and designer, whose most recent work includes paintings, photography, and hand-bound artist books. On January 8, 2004, she was inducted into the Visual Lunacy Society. She has worked as a graphic designer at Hearst's Victoria Magazine, as a writer at The Los Angeles Daily News, at Pierogi Gallery in Brooklyn, as an instructor at Brooklyn Botanic Garden, as an adjunct faculty member at Virginia Commonwealth University, and now as a visiting faculty member at Pratt Institute.
Exhibitions include Sweet Lorraine Gallery, Satori Gallery, ISE Cultural Foundation, Lucky Gallery, Los Angeles Center for Digital Art, Brooklyn Artists Gym, Mariner's Museum, Anderson Gallery, Target Gallery at the Torpedo Factory, and more. Her recent essay about growing up with design historian Philip B. Meggs, titled “Life By Design: From Ephemeral to Historical,” was published in the book Meggs: Making Graphic Design History, John Wiley & Sons.