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Alice Twemlow

School of Visual Arts

Alice Twemlow is a British-born writer and educator based in New York. She is chair and co-founder of the Design Criticism MFA program at the School of Visual Arts in New York City and also a PhD candidate in Design History at the Royal College of Art in London. Alice is a contributor to Design Observer and writes about design for publications including Eye, Design & Culture and the New York Times Magazine. She is the author of What is Design For? (Rotovision) and of essays for books such as The Barnbrook Bible, 60 Innovators: Shaping Our Creative Futures (Thames and Hudson), and the catalogue for “Graphic Design Worlds” at La Triennale Design Museum. She serves on numerous design juries and editorial boards and speaks at events such as ICOGRADA conference 2009 and the QT series at MoMA and moderates at conferences such as the AIGA Educators Conference 2010 at North Carolina State University, the Tasmeem Doha Conference 2011 at Virginia Commonwealth University in Qatar, and the College Art Association Conference 2011 Conference in New York.