Category Archives: Graphic Design Technology

Allen H. Cosgrove

Title: Adjunct Professor
Department: Liberal Studies
E-mail: cosgroah@cobleskill.edu
Office Location: Old Gym 002
Office Phone: (518) 255-5892

Areas of Expertise: Visual Arts and Graphic Design

Courses Taught: Basic Design, Drawing I & II, Painting, Web Design, Web Animation

About Allen: Taught Fine Art and Graphic Design courses full-time in NJ for approximately 25 years. Part time for 2 years at School of Visual Arts, NYC. Currently Lecturer at SUNY Cobleskill.

TEACHING EXPERIENCE

Full Time Professor: 1975-2002 Professor, Art and Graphic Design
(Retired from full-time teaching, July 2002, Professor Emeritus) Raritan Valley Community College,
North Branch, NJ

Part Time Adjunct Professor/Lecturer, Visiting Artist, Freelance Web and Graphic Design: 2006  – Present, Adjunct Professor/Lecturer, State University of New York, Cobleskill, NY
Basic Design, Drawing I, Drawing II, Painting, Web Page Design, Animation, JavaScript, CSS & HTML 5

2006, Spring, Adjunct Professor, Raritan Valley Community College, North Branch, NJ
Typography

2003, Spring, Adjunct Professor, Raritan Valley Community College, North Branch, NJ
Art and Graphic Design

1987-1988 Adjunct Instructor, Computer Graphics and Printmaking School of Visual Arts, New York,

1986, Fall, Visiting Artist/Instructor, Mercer County College, NJ
Animation

1986, Summer Visiting Artist/Instructor, Brookdale Community College, NJ,
Computer Art

1974-1975 Adjunct Instructor, Middlesex County College, NJ
Commercial Art

1980-Present, Freelance Artist (See client list below)

Computer courses taught include: Two-Dimensional Design, Computer Art I – IV, Computer Graphics I – II, Computer Animation I -II, Computers as an Artist’s Tool, Typography, & Web Page Design for the Graphic Artist

Traditional courses taught include: Two-Dimensional Design, Three-Dimensional Design, Color Theory, Drawing I – III, Figure Drawing I – II, Airbrush Painting, Graphic Design (mechanicals, typography, layout, etc.), Painting I – II, Photography, Black & White, Printmaking I – IV, Sculpture & Watercolor

EDUCATION

Degrees: Master of Arts, Graphics, New Mexico State University, 1971; Bachelor of Fine Arts, Painting, New Mexico State University, 1970

Additional Courses: HTML Programming, RVCC, 1997, Computer Art Technical Courses, SIGGRAPH, 1986-1994, Computer Animation, School of Visual Arts, NY, 1986, Computer Art, Mason Gross School of the Arts, NJ, 1984-1986, Computer Programming, Basic, SAS, RVCC, 1983 & Numerous workshops in traditional and computer areas

GRANT ADMINISTRATION: Author and Project Director, New Jersey Department of Higher Education grant for “Computers in Curricula” (awarded $90,000 1983-1984) Directly responsible for the creation of the Fine Arts Computer Studio at Raritan Valley College

Author and Project Director, New Jersey Department of Higher Education expansion grant, RVCC, (awarded $90,000 1986-1987)

Author and Project Director, New Jersey Department of Higher Education expansion grant, RVCC, (awarded $79,000 1988-1989)

Primary Project Consultant to Brookdale Community College for two successful computer art grant projects (1984-1985, $150,000 awarded; 1985-1986, $76,000 awarded)

Program Consultant, Atlantic County Community College

Program Consultant, Stockton State College

RECENT HONORS AND AWARDS: Professor Emeritus, Raritan Valley Community College, 2002; Individual Fellowship, Emerging Genre, New Jersey State Council on the Arts, 2000

EXHIBITIONS (Selected listing): Computer, painting, printmaking, drawing, ceramics, sculpture, photography 1986-2003

SUNY Cobleskill, Faculty Art Exhibitons, 2006 –  Present

University of the Arts, Philadelphia, 2003

Hunterdon County Art Museum, NJ, 2001

Chubb Insurance Group, Atrium Gallery, NJ, 2001

RVCC Art Faculty Exhibitions, North Branch, NJ, 1975 – 2002, 2006

Solo exhibition, Black Plastic and Masonite, Raritan Valley Community College, 2000

Mortimer Gallery, Solo Exhibit, Art <> Technology, Gladstone, NJ, 1997

Printmaking Council of New Jersey, 1995

SIGGRAPH, International Computer Graphics Conference, Dallas, 1994

Gallery 128, Duane St., New York City, 1992

SCAN Computer Art Exhibitions, Philadelphia, 1987-1992

SIGGRAPH Computer Stereographic slide set, Boston, 1989

Catskill center for Photography, Woodstock, NY, 1986

SIGGRAPH Computer Art Exhibition, Los Angeles, 1986

Painting, airbrush, printmaking; 1975-1986

Ben Shahn Gallery, William Paterson College, NJ

Butler Art Institute, OH

Denise Rene Gallery, NYC

Ligoa Duncan Gallery, Paris

Newark Museum, NJ

Printmaking Council of New Jersey

Silvermine Artists Guild, CN

Society of the Four Arts, Palm Beach, FL

Trenton State Museum, NJ

Washington Square East Galleries, NYU, NYC

COLLECTIONS: Private and public collections including: Gretchen and James Johnson, Pottersville, NJ; New Jersey Public Service Electric and Gas, Newark, NJ

PROFESSIONAL AFFILIATIONS: Association for Computing Machinery, Special interest group, Computer Graphics

Printmaking Council of New Jersey, North Branch Art Director, 1979-1981; Executive Art

Director, 1981-1983; Board member, 1983-1986; Exhibition curator, 1983

OTHER: Curated invitational exhibitions of computer art at RVCC, 1987 and 2002, including works by fellow computer art pioneers: Donna Cox, Duane Palyka, Hank Grebe, Arnie Levin, Annette Weintraub, Dan McCormack, Isaac Kerlow, et al.

Curated national exhibition of computer art at Franklin Institute, Philadelphia 1992

Curated national exhibitions of computer art at SCAN Conferences, 1987-1992

Olsen, Gary. Getting Started in Computer Graphics. Cinncinati, Ohio: North Light Books, 1989. pg. 40. Image.

Cosgrove, Allen. “Computer Art.” Crossframe Quarterly. 1988.

Double Justice: Race and Capital Punishment. Dir. Tireney and Wicks. Computer graphics,
animation, & video for ACLU, 1992-1993.

Demonstrated aluminum plate lithography in video produced by Nabisco, inc.

CLIENT LIST (Freelance Artist, Animation, Video and Web Page Development): Advanced Video Technologies, Highlands, NJ; American Civil Liberties Union, Washington, DC; AT&T, Basking Ridge, NJ; Carter Company, Somerset, NJ; CTEC Cable; Commonwealth Telephone of Pennsylvania; First Plaza (Germany); General Electric; Graphic Concern Printing; Jaguar Automotive; M.H. Detreich Glass, Chicago, IL; Media Works, Milford, NJ; Midi Corp., Princeton, NJ; Mitsubishi Automotive; Morris Flood Associates; NAACP: Legal Defense and Educational Fund, New York, NY; Public Service Electric & Gas, NJ; Ora Corporation, Parsippany, NJ; Perna Communications, West Caldwell, NJ; Rencom, Inc., Somerset, NJ; Raritan Valley Community College Planetarium; Raritan Valley Community College Tech Prep; Somerset County Public Information Office, Somerville, NJ & Weldotron, Piscataway, NJ

RESEARCH AND GRANTS: Author and Project Director, New Jersey Department of Higher Education grant for “Computers in Curricula” (awarded $90,000 1983-1984) Directly responsible for the creation of the Fine Arts Computer Studio at Raritan Valley College

Author and Project Director, New Jersey Department of Higher Education expansion grant, RVCC, (awarded $90,000 1986-1987)

Author and Project Director, New Jersey Department of Higher Education expansion grant, RVCC, (awarded $79,000 1988-1989)

Primary Project Consultant to Brookdale Community College for two successful computer art grant projects (1984-1985, $150,000 awarded; 1985-1986, $76,000 awarded)

Program Consultant, Atlantic County Community College

Program Consultant, Stockton State College

Professor Emeritus, Raritan Valley Community College, 2002

Individual Fellowship, Emerging Genre, New Jersey State Council on the Arts, 2000

Kayla Cady Vaughn

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Title: Assistant Professor of Art and Graphic Design
Department: Liberal Studies
E-mail: vaughnkc@cobleskill.edu
Office Location: Ryder 103
Office Phone: (518) 255-5355

 

Additional Title: Grosvenor Art Gallery Director

Areas of Expertise:

  • 2D: Painting, Drawing, Printmaking
  • 3D: Sculpture, Ceramics
  • Digital: Typography, Illustration, Photography

Courses Taught: Design I, Drawing, Art History I

About Me:
Multidisciplinary fine artist who loves to teach

LinkedIn URL: www.linkedin.com/in/kaylacv/

Website:
www.KaylaCady.com

Curriculum Vitae:

Education:

  • Master of Fine Arts, Marywood University, 2011
  • Bachelor of Fine Arts, Cazenovia College, 2005

Teaching:

  • Cazenovia College
  • Herkimer College
  • Marywood University

Courses Taught:

  • Design I
  • 2D Design & Color Theory
  • Painting I
  • Painting II
  • Drawing I
  • Drawing II
  • Figure Drawing
  • Art History
  • Fundamentals of Art Education in Early Childhood Development
  • Art Therapy