Jennifer McKnight is an associate professor at University of Missouri-Saint Louis. Jennifer’s design work has been recognized in national design magazines such as Print Magazine, and in respected international annuals such as :Output. Her design work has also been published in Women Of Design: Influence And Inspiration From The Original Trailblazers To The New Groundbreakers by Bryony Gomez-Palacio and Armin Vit, and in Becoming a Graphic Designer: A guide to Careers in Design by Steven Heller and Theresa Fernandes, as well as in national and international exhibition catalogues. She has exhibited her work in solo shows at Bonsack Gallery in St. Louis, Loyola University New Orleans, Otis School of Art and Design in Los Angeles, New York Institute of Technology in Amman, Jordan, and at Hanyang University in Ansan, South Korea, At University of the Sunshine Coast in Australia, and at University of Ballarat, Australia.
Her work has also been exhibited in numerous national and international exhibitions including exhibits at California State University, Northridge, and at Shanghai Normal University, Shanghai, China, and at Cyprus University of Technology. Her silkscreen posters were included in Golden Bee 2010 and Golden Bee 2014 Moscow International poster biennial, a highly competitive, peer-reviewed poster exhibition and catalogue. Her design writing has appeared on national websites and has also been published in Redaction Magazine, in No Tasarim and also appears in Means by Which we Find our Way, edited by David Gardner and Andrea Wilkinson in Wintec, New Zealand, Keep/Delete, edited by Andrea Wilkinson and published with support by Frans Masereel Centrum, BE, and Robin Landa’s 4th edition of Graphic Design Solutions, and FATE in review. Her artist book collaborations are in the Yale Library Collection, and Museum Meermanno National Museum of the Book in The Hague, among others.
She has curated many design exhibits for UMSL Gallery FAB and Gallery Visio and Gallery 210, including the Chicago International Poster Biennial Juror’s and Finalists Shows, and Ultralight, works by Harmen Liemburg to UMSL. Her clients include Humane Society of Missouri, Laumeier Sculpture Park, Touhill Performing Arts Center, St. Louis City Museum, and National Museum of the Marine. In 2014, I added client projects from Humane Society, and Core3 Fitness.
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