September 28 2013
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April Greiman is an internationally acclaimed American graphic designer and artist. She is recognized as one the first designers to utilize computer technology as a tool for design in the 1980’s, and to pioneer the American “New Wave” design style. She currently runs the multi-disciplinary design consultancy Made in Space in Los Angeles.
Greiman has held numerous solo exhibitions, including expos at the Visual Arts Gallery at the School of Visual Arts in NYC (2008) and at the Pasadena Museum of California Art (2006). Her work was also featured in the global exhibition “Elles“ at Centre Pompidou in Paris. Recently, Greiman has focused on large-scale public art projects such as a commission for the Wilshire Vermont Station in Los Angeles (2007) and branding design for the Great Park in Irvine, CA (2011).
Greiman currently teaches at Woodbury University School of Architecture and Southern California Institute of Architecture (Sci-Arc). She has received a lifetime achievement Gold Medal from the American Institute of Graphic Arts, as well as honorary doctorates from Art Center College of Design, Kansas City Art Institute, Lesley University, Boston College of Art and the Academy of Art University in San Francisco.