An Aesthetically Pleasing Major

The Design Arts program equips students with the knowledge, problem-solving abilities and design skills that will enable them to make significant contributions as design professionals. The major is geared towards students who are interested in graphic design, environmental design and the broadening field of visual communications. This program provides a formal education in design with an emphasis on promoting the development of problem solving and design skills that are practical, portable and enduring, in a rapidly changing, technologically driven, creative field.

UW-Green Bay's Design Arts curriculum reflects the interdisciplinary nature of the program and is structured to promote intellectual and aesthetic understanding of visual communications and environmental design. In this program, students have the opportunity to take classes in areas such as studio art, graphic and environmental design, communication, and English composition. More about the program »

Internships

Internships are an excellent opportunity to acquire design experience in a professional setting. Availability varies from semester to semester, but qualified students are usually able to find a site placement. Contact the program adviser for more information. 

Design Lounge

Design Lounge is a graphic design student organization at UW-Green Bay that promotes and engages with fellow students in the many aspects of design. The campus organization works to broaden the student designer’s knowledge in the area of graphic design through real life experiences and involvement. Connect with the group and find out more

Voyageur

Voyageur is a nonprofit magazine about the history of a 26-county area of greater Northeast Wisconsin. It's published twice a year, each June and December. Publication frequency is Summer/Fall and Winter/Spring. Each 64-page edition highlights historic people, places and events from the region's past. Read more

Integration

The Design Arts major is geared towards students who are interested in Graphic Design, Environmental Design and the broadening field of Visual Communications. The program provides a formal education in design with an emphasis on promoting the development of problem solving and design skills that are practical, portable and enduring in rapidly changing, technologically driven, creative fields. Read more

Become a Phoenix

If you are ready to explore a campus with excellent teachers, outstanding internships and research opportunities, and a great record of placing students into jobs and graduate programs, then you are ready to learn about UW-Green Bay.

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UW-Green Bay's Toni Damkoehler

Meet Toni Damkoehler

Toni Damkoehler is a professor for the UW-Green Bay Design Arts program, teaching courses such as Design Studio II & III as well as the Design Arts Publication Workshop. Prof. Damkoehler earned her bachelor of arts degree at UW-Green Bay, and pursued a master's degree from UW-Milwaukee. She also has a Master of Fine Arts from UW-Madison. Learn about the rest of the dedicated Design Arts faculty here.

 

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