Department of Art and Design Faculty
Martin Greenwald joined the Technology Education faculty at Montclair State after teaching technology education for six years in New York City. He focused his teaching in the areas of graphic arts and alternate energy-conversion technology. Since 1995, as a member of the Department of Art and Design, he has concentrated in the areas of computer graphics, multimedia and industrial design.
Greenwald is the author of nine textbooks, ranging from the design and installation of solar and alternate energy-conversion systems, and residential heating systems technology, to three texts in graphic design and communication technology, and an interactive CD on tropical rain forests. His new text, with co-author John Luttropp of the Department of Art and Design – Designing for Print Production: Essential Concepts (Thomson Cengage Learning) – is currently available.
Anthony Inciong is an assistant professor of graphic design in the Department of Art and Design. His scholarly interest lies in pedagogy: methods of teaching that engender interdisciplinary strategies and critical approaches to design. He is an alumnus of North Carolina State University College of Design and Rutgers University. Prior to teaching, Inciong worked as a full-time graphic designer in Manhattan for multi-disciplinary studios and corporate design offices and, prior to graduate school, worked as a television graphic artist on The Late Show with David Letterman.
|Jun Li, MFA
Courses Taught: Graphic Design
Jun Li joins the Department of Art and Design as an Assistant Professor in the Graphic Design program. Prior to coming to Montclair State University, Professor Li was an Assistant Professor of Design at Rutgers-Newark, Department of Arts, Culture and Media. In addition to teaching, she has worked professionally as a lead designer and media planner, multimedia design consultant, design director, senior design consultant, and art director, and is a partner in Juno Studio, a multidisciplinary design office. Prof. Li is the author of the book, Motion: Imagination. Creation. Technique (Shanghai Fine Arts Press, 2004).
John Luttropp is a professor and director of the BFA in Graphic Design program in the Department of Art and Design at Montclair State University. Previous to Montclair State, he taught at Milwaukee Institute of Art and Design, Mount Mary College and the University of Wisconsin, in Milwaukee, Wis.. In graphic design, he has created work for Coca-Cola, Addison-Wesley Publishing Co., Thaumaturge Books, the American Finger Style Guitar Festival, Great Lakes Film and Video, the American Association of University Administrators, and ILFORD Photo Instructor, Astronomy, Builder, Wisconsin Architect, and Healthy Man magazines, along with identity systems for many businesses and organizations.
As a sculptor and fine artist, along with exhibitions of his work, he designed and executed two permanent public sculptures for the City of Milwaukee. Luttropp has been involved in performance art and music with the group Pioneers of Modern Typography (PMT), an interdisciplinary design collective, of which he was a founding member. The work of PMT has been recognized internationally, and has been featured on PBS, in Print magazine and Korea’s Design Journal. He has co-authored three textbooks on graphic design, the most recent being Designing for Print Production: Essential Concepts co-authored with Professor Martin Greenwald, published in 2008 by Cengage Publishing.
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