The response_ability conference is a project of AIGA,
sponsored by Adobe Systems.
At Adobe Systems, we believe in the communicative power of design. Over the past decade Adobe has been an active participant in the design community, listening closely to designers' needs and building integrated solutions that are used daily. It's what designers accomplish with those tools that continually astounds and inspires us. We value the potential of design to influence, to educate, to motivate, to engage‚ÄĒand even to act as an agent for social change. These are some of the reasons why Adobe is the official AIGA Technology Sponsor. At both national and regional levels, Adobe is working with the AIGA to create innovative programs that give members a voice, nurture young designers, and actively engage the creative community in dialogues about the important issues in the field of design and technology.
To find out more about Adobe, visit www.adobe.com
About the College of Arts & Sciences at Bowling Green State University
The College of Arts and Sciences is an intellectual community that nurtures student learning, fosters faculty research and creative activity, and provides service to the larger community.
The College of Arts and Sciences brings together disciplines in the arts, humanities, mathematics, natural sciences, and social sciences to form the intellectual heart of Bowling Green State University. It is the mission of the College to foster liberal education, to encourage the generation of knowledge, and to contribute to the good of the community. The College promotes lifelong learning, research, creative activity, social and professional responsibility and growth. To these ends, the College challenges students to think critically and intuitively, to cross disciplinary boundaries, to recognize and value diverse perspectives, and to solve problems creatively and with perseverance.
Please visit www.bgsu.edu for extensive online information.
About the School of Art
The School of Art is NASAD-accredited and consists of the Divisions of Art Education, Art History, Digital Arts,¬†Graphic Design, Two-Dimensional Studies and¬†Three-Dimensional Studies. It currently has 26 tenured and tenure-track faculty and approximately 800 undergraduate majors. The School offers BFA and BA¬†programs in Art and a¬†BA in Art History. Graduate programs offer the MFA and MA degrees in Art and an MA in Art History and Art¬†Education. Additional¬†information about the School of Art may be found online at HYPERLINK "http://art.bgsu.edu/"art.bgsu.edu¬†.
About the Division of Graphic Design
The Division of Graphic Design (BGSUGD) in the School of Art at Bowling Green State University is a dynamic, progressive and¬†responsive graphic design program made up of nearly 140 undergraduate majors. We¬†encourage independent and collaborative thinking, creative problem¬†solving/analytics and design, creative writing, design for the public good, exploration of¬†alternative visual¬†communication methods, and a solid understanding of modern professional practices. Our program reflects the¬†dynamic social and¬†professional changes of contemporary design and responds to them in a pro-active manner¬†through a continually evolving curriculum. The Division currently offers the BFA¬†in Graphic Design degree. Additional¬†information about our program may be found online at art.bgsu.edu/graphicdesign.