John Merigliano works as a freelance graphic designer and college instructor in Philadelphia. Some of his clients include IKEA, Drexel University, and Westinghouse Lighting Corporation. As a college instructor, he has taught digital media and design communication courses at Salem Community College (NJ), Wilmington College (DE), and La Salle University (PA). He has also taught drawing and visual literacy classes at the University City Arts League; his logo design for this organization is currently in use on its website and in supporting materials.
Mr. Merigliano completed his B.A. degree in 1993 at Purchase College (S.U.N.Y.), majoring in Philosophy. He subsequently completed his M.A. in Art Education at the University of the Arts in 2000. He has exhibited visual art nationally and has worked as an artist in residence at the University of Minnesota. Some noteworthy exhibitions have taken place at the Center for Emerging Visual Artists as part of their Regional Community Exhibitions Program. The Drawing Center (NY) has included his drawings in its viewing program. His most recent project has been the creation of a video work using drawings and animations for the Institute for Advanced Study at the University of Minnesota.
Areas of Expertise
- Graphic design and Illustration
- Multimedia and Web Design
- B.A. Purchase College (SUNY), Philosophy
- M.A. University of the Arts, Art Education
- DART 212
“An Analysis of the Peripatetic Elements in the Sculpture of Richard Serra” (M.A. Thesis)