Wednesday, September 25 | 12 Noon
Spectrum Faculty Lecture: Kelley Bell
Center for Art, Design and Visual Culture
Kelley Bell, assistant professor of Visual Arts, incorporates animation, illustration and many other visual media in her graphic design practice. Since beginning her career as a freelance artist in New York City, Bell has created work for a number of diverse clients, established an independent graphic design studio, KBell Design, and her animations have appeared throughout Baltimore and have been screened as far Berlin, Germany. Focused on print media for non-profit organizations in the Baltimore-Washington region, Bell has designed pieces for Wide Angle Media, The Creative Alliance at the Patterson, the Enoch Pratt Free Library and the Maryland State Teacher’s Association.
This talk is part of a series of artist lectures accompanying the exhibition, Spectrum: 2013 UMBC Visual Arts Faculty Exhibition.
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