Q: What is Patrick Redmond's teaching experience? A: (See below):
Teaching Experience (summary) Note: Teaching part-time, in addition to ongoing work in the field of design as a practicing designer.
Design, Housing, and Apparel(DHA) and DHAContinuing Education and Extension (CEE) design communication program, University of Minnesota, 1992-2000; DHA-CEE graphic design and illustration program, 1983-89 [note: taught 2 semesters (Fall Semester 1999 was first semester; Spring 2000 was second semester) and 46 quarters (Spring 1999 was 46th quarter, including summer sessions teaching) at University of Minnesota since 1983] (http://dha.cdes.umn.edu) Minneapolis College of Art and Design, Minneapolis, 1992-93 (www.mcad.edu) College of Visual Arts, formerly known as School of Associated Arts and College of Associated Arts, Saint Paul, 1984-88 (www.cva.edu) Augsburg Weekend College, Augsburg College, Minneapolis, 1989, 1991 (www.augsburg.edu)
Teaching (details) University of Minnesota, St. Paul, Department of Design, Housing, and Apparel (DHA), CEE, 1992-2000, 1983-89: teaching (part-time) in DHA Graphic Design [formerly known as "Design Communication"] [and formerly "Continuing Education and Extension"] program as lecturer, Winter Quarter 1994 to 2000, as lecturer; Fall Quarter 1993 as graduate teaching assistant (while enrolled in Ph.D. program), and as lecturer, Fall 1992 to 2000 (with exception of Fall 1993), teaching:
DHA 1315, Foundations III: The Graphics Studio, Section 1 & 3, and Graphic Design 2: Identity & Symbols (Spring Semester 2000)
DHA 1315, Foundations III: The Graphics Studio, Section 1 & 2, and Graphic Design 1 (Fall Semester 1999)
Introduction to Visual Communication and Graphic Design (Fall Quarter 1992 through Spring Quarter 1999), Professional Issues in Design Communication (Winter Quarter 1993 & Spring Quarter 1995), and Typographic Design (ten-week Summer Session 1994)
Introduction to Commercial Art, Advertising Design I (as Teaching Specialist, 1983), and Introduction to Commercial Art, Advertising Design III, Graphic Design I, Graphic Design III, and Design Process: Creativity as graduate teaching assistant (9/16/84-9/15/89)
served on committee converting "commercial art" program to "graphic design/commercial illustration" program and converting "Advertising Design" to "Graphic Design" courses
early advocate/proponent of computer graphics in DHA and DHA CEE during the early-to-mid-1980s.
Spring 1999 was Patrick Redmond's 46th quarter including summer sessions teaching at University of Minnesota since 1983. Spring 2000 was his second semester teaching at the University of Minnesota since the University converted to the semester system in Fall 1999. Note: See detailed teaching resume/chart (available).
DHA Graphic Design Office designer (1985-86) providing design, under the direction of Professor Eugene Larkin, Professor Marion-Ortolf Bagley, and Department Head Professor Joanne B. Eicher, for DHA and the Goldstein Gallery as graduate teaching assistant, included directing student interns. Designed posters and catalogs or catalog cover for several Goldstein Gallery exhibitions. Research specialist/assistant for Professor (now Regents' Professor Emeritae) Joanne B. Eicher, Ph.D., Winter Quarter 1994.
Minneapolis College of Art and Design, Visual Studies Division, teaching (part time): lecturer, 2 semesters, 1992-1993. Taught course Design Process & Presentation. Note: Invited to teach course for 1 (first) semester on short notice (to replace previously scheduled instructor who had been notified he had been awarded a grant). After first semester Patrick Redmond was asked to teach course second semester, which he did.
College of Visual Arts, formerly known as School of Associated Arts (SAA) and College of Associated Arts, Saint Paul, teaching courses (part-time): adjunct instructor, 1984-88: Ideation (6 semesters); Graphic Design (1 semester, 1985). Patrick Redmond named as one of the top five faculty members in SAA Dean's informal survey of students, 1984-85; declined nomination to become graphic design program chair due to other commitments including graduate studies and work as a practicing designer with ongoing business, Patrick Redmond Design.
Augsburg Weekend College, Augsburg College, Minneapolis, teaching (part time): Publication Design course (Winter Trimesters, 1988-89, 1990-91) as instructor, 1989, 1991. [Note: developed and taught course.]
University of Wisconsin-Stout, Wisconsin's Polytechnic University, (Department of Art & Design, College of Arts, Humanities and Social Science), Menomonie, Wisconsin, 2008-2010 (www.uwstout.edu), teaching [title: lecturer] in graphic design program: Graphic Design I, DES-310, (Fall semester, 2008, sections 1, 2, and 3); Graphic Design I, DES-310 (Spring semester 2009, sections 1 and 2); Graphic Design II, DES-360 (Fall semester 2009, section 4); Typographic Design (advanced typography), DES-388 (Spring semester 2010, section 1); Graphic Design I, DES-310 (Fall semester 2010, section 2), Graphic Design II, DES-360 (Fall semester 2010, section 3). Notes: "Emergency substitute hire" on temporary basis commencing in 2008. Re: University of Wisconsin-Stout "Wisconsin's Polytechnic University" [quoted from uwstout.edu/polytechnic/index.cfm]: "Our Tenets: Career Focus: A polytechnic university offers a comprehensive curriculum that prepares graduates for professional careers. Applied Learning: A polytechnic university blends theory with practice to produce innovative solutions to real world problems.Collaboration: A polytechnic university works closely with business, industry and other educational institutions to benefit students and grow the economy."..."The University of Wisconsin Board of Regents unanimously approved a resolution designating UW-Stout as "Wisconsin's Polytechnic University" on March 9, 2007."According to Merriam-Webster.com, re: the "Origin of POLYTECHNIC: French polytechnique, from Greek polytechnos skilled in many arts, from poly- + technē art..."
Comcept Computer Graphics, Minneapolis, Co-founder (with Deborah L. Redmond, previously known as Deborah L. "Bart") and computer graphics designer: included demonstrations of computer graphics equipment at NCGA and SIGGRAPH conferences and field testing of hardware and software; via Minneapolis-based RCD (Reprographic Computer Design) educational workshops, seminars, and presentations for individuals and small groups using computer graphics system, 1984-85. Note: "Comcept" is spelled correctly with an "m".
Graphic designers-in-residenceprogram, Grand Rapids, Minnesota: co-developed and offered school and community graphic design and design education, 1974-76 school and community graphic design and design education. Included experience working with hundreds of elementary students in a variety of school settings as a graphic designer-in-residence. Reached students throughout most of Itasca county, Minnesota, in the elementary classrooms of School District 318 (Grand Rapids, Togo, Effie, Bigfork, Balsam, Squaw Lake and Wendigo) School District 316 (Coleraine, Bovey, Pengilly, Marble, and Taconite) with design fundamentals program. Offered presentations in the classrooms, in cooperation with individual classroom teachers, for students kindergarten through sixth grade, junior high school, high school, and community college. Funding: School District 318; Itasca Community College; Grand Rapids Recreation Department; Itasca Art Association; School District 316; Coleraine-Bovey Women's Club; American Association of University Women (AAUW) Grand Rapids Chapter; Camp Fire Girls; School District 318's Band and Choir, Pep Club, and gymnastics squad; C.K. Blandin Foundation and the Minnesota State Arts Board. Program co-chairs: Robert Block, [then] administrative assistant in charge of instruction for District 318 and Nora Stevens, watercolorist and [then] art instructor at the Grand Rapids high school. This program was part of the larger Artists-in-Schools program, a nationwide movement to "enhance children's powers of perception and their ability to express themselves creatively," according to the National Endowment for the Arts literature. Note: Also, while living in Grand Rapids, 1974-1976:
The 7th Annual Spring Art Show & Sale, Grand Rapids, Minnesota. Co-instructed printmaking in Children's Creative Area.
Grand Rapids Recreation Department Arts & Crafts "Crafts for Fun" program, Grand Rapids, Minnesota. Co-instructed children in hand puppet-making, printmaking, etc.
Children's Art Workshop, Itasca Art Association, Grand Rapids, Minnesota. Directed and instructed art workshops for children ages 6 to 14. Included instruction in drawing, using a variety of media ink, pencil, charcoal; silkscreen; tempera painting; watercolor painting; Christmas tree ornament making; Christmas card making; gift wrapper printmaking; puppet-making and puppet show; and outdoor snow sculpture.
Artist-in-residence, Eagle Bend, Minnesota: school/community visual arts and design. Included serving as artist-in-residence (full-time) for the school's 225 elementary students, meeting with them on a regular basis, and working with various junior high and high school students. A separate studio ("The A.I.R. Loft") was provided in the school; under the supervision of their respective classroom teachers, students came to the loft to work on projects in a variety of media and/or to observe artist-in-residence at work. Visited classrooms for various projects, students under the supervision of their respective classroom teachers. Note: lived in Eagle Bend area, 1970-74. Eagle Bend is a west central Minnesota farming town of some 600 located 140 miles northwest of the Twin Cities. Funding: Eagle Bend Public Schools, District 790; New Careers Training Program, U.S. Department of Labor; and the Minnesota State Arts Board [then the "Minnesota State Arts Council"] partially funded by the National Endowment for the Arts. Note: During its third year, the program was supported 100% with local funding. Program chair: Eagle Bend Schools Superintendent Wilbur James. This program was part of the larger Artists-in-Schools program, a nationwide movement to "enhance children's powers of perception and their ability to express themselves creatively," according to the National Endowment for the Arts; 1971-74.
Community art classes for children, Parkers Prairie and Bertha, Minnesota, teacher in community programs, 1970-71.
Academic Courses Presented:
Graphic Design I [DES-310] (UW-Stout) (Fall semester 2008, sections 1, 2, and 3; Spring semester 2009, sections 1 and 2; Fall semester 2010, section 2).
Graphic Design II [DES-360] (UW-Stout) (Fall semester 2009, section 4; Fall semester 2010, section 3).
Typographic Design [DES-388] (advanced typography) (UW-Stout) (Spring semester 2010, section 1). Foundations III: The Graphic Studio (UM) (taught sections 1 and 3, Spring semester 2000; taught sections 1 and 2, Fall semester 1999)
Graphic Design I (UM) (taught section 2, Fall semester 1999)
Graphic Design II: Identity and Symbols (UM) (taught section 1, Spring Semester 2000)
Introduction to Visual Communication and Graphic Design (UM) (24 Quarters; Spring 1999 was 24th Quarter) [note: taught 2 sections of this course many quarters]
Professional Issues in Applied Design/Visual Communication (UM) (2 Quarters)
Introduction to Graphic Design and Commercial Illustration (UM) (3 Quarters)
Design Process: Creativity (UM) (4 Quarters) [Note: was first to teach this course]
Typographic Design (UM) (Summer Session)
Graphic Design III (UM) (1 Quarter)
Graphic Design I (UM) (1 Quarter)
Advertising Design III (UM) (1 Quarter)
Advertising Design I (UM) (1 Quarter)
Introduction to Commercial Art and Graphic Design (UM) (4 Quarters)
Introduction to Commercial Art (UM) (1 Quarter)
Design Process & Presentation (MCAD) (2 Semesters)
Ideation (CVA) (6 Semesters)
Graphic Design (CVA) (1 Semester)
Publication Design (Augsburg) (2 Trimesters)
Independent Master Class ("Independent Master Class with Designer and Artist Patrick Redmond, M.A.", independent of other educational institutions) (ongoing, individualized flexible schedule during 2011)
Creative Process ("FR*ED" internal "Frequency Education" training program, Carlson Frequency Marketing Company, CMG) (1 seminar)
Key: UM = University of Minnesota; CVA = College of Associated Arts (formerly known as "School of Visual Arts" now known as "College of Visual Arts" ["CVA"], Saint Paul); MCAD = Minneapolis College of Art and Design; Augsburg = Augsburg Weekend College, Augsburg College, Minneapolis; CMG = Carlson Marketing Group
Other teaching experience
Taught college-level design courses for many years.Effective Fall term 2000, accepted a position as "Professor of Graphic Design and Assistant to the Graphic Design Department Head" at Minneapolis Business College (www.MplsBusinessCollege.com), A Bradford School, the oldest accredited business college in Minnesota. With the beginning of Fall term 2000, in addition to teaching responsibilities, successfully led the initiative to form a college [student] chapter of the American Advertising Federation and served as a faculty adviser for the "Minneapolis Business College, A Bradford School, Advertising Design Club, American Advertising Federation (AAF) [see www.aaf.org "college connection" "college chapters: Minnesota"] Affiliate". Nominated 2 students for the "AAF 2001 Outstanding Minority Students Award Program" and they were included on the Honor Roll for this program [see AdvertisingAge magazine, February 19, 2001]. Successfully led the initiative and made arrangements for MBC Graphic Design students to attend the 2001 Printing Industries of Minnesota [PIM] Career & Job Fair, another first for MBC. Successfully led the initiative for MBC to be included in Format [leading advertising magazine for Minnesota and Upper Midwest] magazine's special issue on "creative services companies" and prepared a small space ad for MBC promoting the Graphic Design Program for the same issue of Format, another first for MBC. Served as Co-Chair of the Minneapolis Business College Graphic Design Program Advisory Board. In this role, served as a key recruiter of influential leaders in the Twin Cities graphic design, marketing, graphic arts and advertising communities to serve as members of this advisory board. Taught at Minneapolis Business College from the beginning of Fall term 2000 through February 9, 2001, prior to, during, and one transition week after the temporary leave of the Graphic Design Department Head. Courses taught, assisted with, and/or "observed" at MBC: "Design & Color" (observed/assisted & taught 2 sections); "Human Relations in the Workplace" (observed 1 section; taught 1 section); "Illustration" (taught 2 sections); "Introduction to Macintosh [computers]" (observed/assisted 1 section) & "Graphic Design I" (observed/assisted 1 section).Dates of employment at MBC: 9/5/00-2/9/01.
Taught at the University of Minnesota (I taught design courses there part-time for many years, beginning Fall 1983; Spring 2000, I taught 3 semester-long design courses at the U) [http://dha.cdes.umn.edu/], the Minneapolis College of Art and Design, the College of Visual Art, and have been a visiting artist/designer at Bemidji State University; Moorhead State University (Minnesota State University -- Moorhead); Ringling College of Art & Design, Sarasota, Florida (3/19/90); St. Cloud State University; University of Minnesota -- Duluth; and University of Wisconsin-Stout; among others. I have made presentations for ICOGRADA and UNESCO-sponsored conferences.
“Program History: Established in 1986, the Multicultural Summer Research Opportunities Program (MSROP) at the University of Minnesota provides undergraduates an opportunity to develop research and inquiry skills with a faculty mentor on an individual basis or as part of a research team, which may include graduate students, research scientists, technicians and other MSROP students. Through the mentoring process, students are introduced to the methodology of their chosen discipline by involving them in research and other scholarly activities. Such involvement is expected to improve the quality of the students' undergraduate experience, to enhance the likelihood of their completing bachelor’s degrees, and to attract larger numbers of prepared students of color to graduate or professional schools.” "Program Goals: MSROP is directed by four goals: (1) to encourage undergraduate students to give graduate education serious consideration following completion of their undergraduate studies; (2) to provide talented students with faculty mentors who will introduce them to the methodology of the chosen discipline by involving them in research and scholarly activities; (3) to create an environment in which the participant and the faculty mentor will be able to assess realistically the student’s potential for and interest in graduate studies; and (4) to provide a sense of community among the students and an opportunity to develop the networking skills important to building professional bonds within the community.”
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