Tack Faculty Lecture Series

  • Tack Lecture Series

    The {{http://www.wm.edu/sites/facultylecture/,Tack Faculty Lecture Series}} enables the community to attend lively educational presentations by W&M professors.{br}{br}Dr. Ann Marie Stock, Professor of Hispanic Studies and Film & Media Studies, lectured on filmmaking in Cuba. We created an illustration inspired by Cuban movie posters which was used in the presentation, poster and program.

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    Poster and program for Barbara King's lecture "Wild Grief/Untamed Love: Emotions in the Animal World" that features an illustration comprised of multiple animals.

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    Professor of Music Katherine K. Preston presented on nineteenth-century America's most well-known English-language opera singer, Emma Abbott. For the poster and program, we combined imagery from two seemingly contrasting subjects – American patriotism and opera.

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    Adam Potkay, Professor of Humanities presented a lecture called "Pity and Gratitude" and we used art that he references as imagery for the event.

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    We designed a graceful curved die cut to imitate ocean waves in the lecture program for "From Plankton to Planet," by Professor of Marine Science, Deborah Steinberg.

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    Geology Professor Chuck Bailey spoke about earthquakes and the geological makeup of Virginia in "Finding Faults in Old Virginia."

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    We used embossing on the lecture program to enhance the design simulating tectonic plates.

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    Poster and program for "The World that Panics Made," lecture by History Professor Scott Nelson about banking panics in 19th-century America.