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Julie Cho

Julie Cho
Assistant Professor
Teaches In
Communication Arts
Graphic Design
MFA Graphic Design
Education: 

MFA, Yale Univ. BA, Columbia Univ.

Bio/Affiliation: 

Julie Cho received a B.A. in history and sociology from Columbia University with a minor in visual arts. She received her design training at the California Institute of Art as well as her M.F.A. in graphic design from Yale University School of Art. She is adjunct professor at Otis College of Art and Design and teaches in both the undergraduate and graduate programs for 9 years.

Clients/Employment History:  

monograph for artist Charles Atlas from Regency Arts Press, "No More Play" by Michael Maltzan, ed. Jessica Varner; Friends of the High Line Spring Benefit materials; "Dance/Draw" exhibition catalogue for the Institute of Contemporary Art/Boston; catalogue for "Paint Things" for the  DeCordova Museum + Sculpture Park; Princeton University School of Architecture; Michael J Fox Foundation, Soho Rep Theater, The Moth, New York Magazine, The New York Times.  

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