Jon Jicha

Jon Jicha is Professor of Art at Western Carolina University in North Carolina where he has taught and practiced nearly all forms of art-making to include painting, drawing, printmaking, book arts, graphic design, motion arts, and interactive arts. His practice includes painting and drawing, graphic design, exhibition curation, critical writing, and project development in the arts.

His publication designs for Black Mountain College Museum and Arts Center, Asheville Art Museum, and other art-related projects have received national and international awards. He is founder of the international forum, Ideas Without Walls and served as editor for the arts journal, Crits: Discourses on the Visual Arts.

Jicha’s curatorial experience includes the following exhibitions: Tibor Kalman: Process (drawings); April Greiman: Large Scale Posters (graphic design); Rudolph DeHarak: A Thirty Year Retrospective (design biography); Chew on It: New Genre Hybrid Language (media arts); We Are Happy to Serve You (public sphere critique); Thinking Design: Issues in Culture and Values (design criticism); Drawing: Points of View (drawing); Cleveland Rocks: The Birthplace of Rock and Roll (photography); Somewhere Between Here and There (photography). See url:

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