Ms Tonya Meyrick
|Position:||Lecturer In Graphic Design|
|Faculty or Division:||Faculty of Arts and Education|
|Department:||SCCA Arts & Ed|
|Campus:||Melbourne Burwood Campus|
|Phone:||+61 3 92517722 +61 3 92517722|
- Bachelor of Fine Arts, University of Tasmania, 2001
- Master of Visual Arts, University of Melbourne, 2004
- Master of Fine Arts, University of Melbourne, 2008
- Graduate Certificate of Higher Education, Deakin University, 2012
Subjects and units currently teaching
ACG102 Design Skills
ACG103 Design and Typography
ACM102 Pixel to Print: Digital Image 1
ALW *** Criticism, Narratives and Context
ALW 222 Desktop Publishing
ACG 203 3D Packaging
ACG 204 Design and Society
ACG 305 Design Practice - Studio
ACC 316 Collaborative Practice
ALX 321 Creative Industries Internship
The development and practice of local and international communication design stratagies from inception through to production and output.
Contemporary and historical typography and the associated application in design, marketing, journalism and branding.
Not for profit sector branding and design.
Beyond the Baseline: developing a semiotic framework for typography and type artefacts employed in service to brand identity.
Visual representations of in-between states. A lens-based practice.
Developing innovative teaching and learning opportunities for students and academics through studio based design education.
2014 - The Beggars Opera Co Operative - Digital Prototype for an immersive Opera. A Future Designers Grant, Department of State Development, Business & Innovation, Victoria, Australia
Meyrick, Tonya A (2013) Late, Rockhampton Art Gallery, Rockhampton, Qld [J1]
Meyrick, Tonya A. (2012) Beg op co-op : beggars opera co-operative, in Bramham, Erica (eds), Beggars Opera Co-Operative, Melbourne, Vic. [J1]
Meyrick, Tonya A. (2012) Riviere, Deakin University Art Gallery, Melbourne, Vic. [J1]
Meyrick, Tonya (2011) Discovery : recent honours and postgraduate practice/exegesis work logo, Deakin University Art Gallery, Burwood, Vic. [J2]
Meyrick, Tonya* and Dewey, Matthew* (2011) Liminal project progressions, Salamanca Arts Centre, Hobart, Tas. [J1.1]