Graphic Design Track - BCYC Immersion | Benedictine College

BCYC Immersion
Graphic Design Track

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Graphic Design is a visual communication class that teaches art and technology.  In this class, students will use design as a creative process in communication.  Students will also explore various methods used to create and combine words, symbols, and images to create a visual representation of ideas and messages. Students will use the basic elements and principles of art and also learn how to use the computer programs Adobe Photoshop and Adobe Illustrator.  This class teaches the basics of Graphic Design through illustrative and graphic methods.

  • Session 2: June 20-25, 2021
  • Session 3: July 11-16, 2021

Cost of attendance: $625.00

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Track Instructor

Jay Wallace
Assistant Professor of Art

Jay Wallace

At a young age, Jay Wallace visited many historical sites during his formative years, which helped him grow a love for history. Jay undertook architecture and drafting courses and frequently incorporates architectural elements in his work.

Jay worked as a Graphic Designer / Desktop Publisher in the commercial printing industry for over 15 years before turning to the fine art of Printmaking. In 2010, Jay received a BFA in Design & Illustration with an emphasis in Printmaking at Utah Valley University. He was offered a graduate teaching assistantship at the University of South Dakota and received an MFA in Printmaking in 2013.

Jay served multiple years as an assistant for the nationally recognized Frogman’s Printmaking Workshops and has been active in exhibiting nationally and internationally in the past. His work has been published in a number of print and online publications. Jay has also been a Graphic Design and Printmaking instructor at Utah Valley University and Provo College. He has also enjoyed working with museum fossil restoration and mounting at a Paleontology lab. Jay currently resides in Atchison, Kansas with his wife and children.