Doug Scott, Graphic DesignerMr. Scott received a B.Arch. from the University of Nebraska in 1971 and an M.F.A. in graphic design from Yale University in 1974. He is a design director at the WGBH public broadcasting station in Boston, a freelance book and exhibition designer, art director of educational publisher Davis Publications, and a collage artist. Mr. Scott is on the faculty of the Rhode Island School of Design, has taught at Harvard University, Maine College of Art, and the Boston Architectural Center, and has been a visiting instructor/critic at a number of schools. He was curator of the 1987 Boston exhibition The Roots of Modern American Graphic Design and a curator of the history of American typography section of the exhibition Graphic Design in America, organized by the Walker Art Center in Minneapolis in 1989. Since 1978 he has given more than 140 lectures on the history of design and typography at various schools, museums, and symposia. Mr. Scott was appointed visiting lecturer in graphic design in 1984 and is currently senior critic in graphic design.
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