Peter Fine, Assistant Professor of Art, Graphic Design
MFA, University of Arizona, 2004
BA, California State University, Chico, 1994
Peter Fine was raised in Milwaukee, Wisconsin, and has lived the majority of his adult life in the American west in California, Arizona and New Mexico. He worked as a graphic designer for ten years prior to joining the faculties of Florida Atlantic University and New Mexico State University. He teaches courses in design studio, design history and visual culture. As a designer, artist and writer, he explores the role of the designer past, present and future. His most current work has focused on sustainable design. His book Sustainable Graphic Design: Principles and Practice (Bloomsbury Academic) will appear in print in 2015. His research is interdisciplinary and bridges both creative activity and scholarship, seeking to break down disciplinary boundaries, often through collaboration. He continues work on his collaborative book project, dis_assemblage, with the poet Carmen Gimenez Smith to be published by Black Radish Books in 2016. He also publishes and does creative work on the subject of race and representation.
Assistant Professor, Graphic Design
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