Chairperson of Undergraduate Communications Design
Jessica Wexler is a design educator and graphic designer based in New York City. In 2013 she established the collaborative studio, Workshop Project, as a space for reimagining design pedagogy as a form of professional practice. From 2006-2013 she maintained an independent design partnership, Greenblatt-Wexler, focused on print and screen-based projects for arts-related and cultural institutions. Prior to her appointment at Pratt Institute, she was an Assistant Professor and the Coordinator of the Graphic Design department in the School of Art + Design at Purchase College, SUNY. Her perspective on design education is informed by a decade of teaching, designing curricula and coordinating faculty within diverse public, private and for-profit institutions.
Clients and collaborators include 601 Artspace, Carroll and Sons Art Gallery, Columbia School of the Arts, Dot Dash 3, Gradient Architecture, Wayne Koestenbaum, Logo TV, Mixed Greens Gallery, MTWTF, MTV, Otis College of Art and Design, Peggy Deamer Architect, Simon & Schuster, Visual Aids. Her work has been exhibited at White Columns and MOMA and is in the Rare Books and Manuscripts Library at the Butler Library at Columbia University and the AIGA Graphic Design Archives at the Denver Art Museum. Greenblatt-Wexler was featured in Guide to Graphic Design by Scott Santoro and GDNYC’s Super Models.
MFA Graphic Design, California Institute of the Arts, Valencia, CA
AAS Graphic Design, Parsons School of Design, New York, NY
BA Religion, Haverford College, Haverford, PA