Laurie Selleck

  • Associate Professor, Visual Communications
Laurie Selleck, Cazenovia College Professor, Visual Communications
Art & Design
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Office Location: 
Reisman Hall
Laurie Selleck has been an assistant professor at Cazenovia College since 2000, including service as the Visual Communications Program Director. Immediately before that, she was an adjuct professor here. Prior to her career start at Cazenovia College, she served as an adjunct professor at Syracuse University during the 1997 school year, and an adjunct professor at Tompkins Cortland Community College from 1993-1997. Earlier in her career, she taught Continuing Education at Cazenovia College, was an Artist in Residence at Burton Street Elementary School in Cazenovia, and was a private instructor for four years starting in 1988.
  • Master of Fine Arts in Illustration, Syracuse University
  • Who's Who Among America's Teachers, 1994
  • Featured Artist for Cazenovia Bicentennial Winter Festival, 1993
  • New York State Department of Education $5,000 grant recipient (as part of team) for computer software to assist learning disabled, 1993.
  • 2002: One World, One Minute
  • 2002, Chameleon Gallery
  • 1991-2003, Cazenovia College Faculty Exhibits
  • 1994-1996: Tompkins Cortland Community College
  • 1992-1993: Nelson Country Store
  • 1992: Vera House Art Auction
  • 1992: WCNY Channel 24 Art Auction
  • 1991: New York State Fair
  • 1996 to date: Art Director for J.G. Stickley Inc. in Manlius, putting together the firms advertising materials and graphics
  • 1995 to April 1996: Graphic Designer for Gilmore Graphics in Syracuse
  • 1989-1994: Partner with Landmark Press in Cazenovia
  • 1988-1989: Studio Assistant with DeMuth Design/Illustration Studio in Cazenovia
  • Aiga-gain
  • The International Graphic Arts Education Association
  • Syracuse Ad Club
  • College Art Association
  • Everson Museum of Art
  • Stone Quarry Art Park
  • National Art Education Association
  • United States Society for Education Through Art
  • Freelance assignments include:
  • "The Everyday Apocalypse" book cover for Three Conditions Press
  • "Logos" at P.J. Dorsey's Pub and Tavern in Syracuse
  • "Childhood Reading" at Burton Street Elementary School
  • "Children's Choices" for Domino's Pizza, Pepsi and Fox 68
  • "The Fourth of July in Nelson 1933" for the Nelson Inn