Justin Burns, Head of Art at School of Art, Architecture & Design, Leeds Beckett University, London recently interacted with the students and faculty of IIAD during an engaging session on design and the importance of lateral thinking. In the session, he shared his insights on Graphic Design & regeneration wherein, he touched upon his previous projects that explored the identity of rural and urban environments through language and graphic communication.
Justin is a Committee Member of the Graphic Design Educators’ Network (GDEN), working for the advancement of education in Graphic Design. As a part of the Committee, he presented the manifesto for GDEN at the Group for Learning in Art and Design (GLAD) Conference, in 2015. He recently presented a paper: Blurred Boundaries – the value of studio-based learning environments within Graphic Design education, at the GDEN annual conference at Cardiff Metropolitan University.
Did you know Justin Burns has an Art & Design portfolio comprising of National and International Projects? His portfolio consists of numerous projects within varying industry sectors such as Cultural Arts Organisation, Tourism, Local authorities and Individual practitioners.