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Chuck Groth

Chuck Groth
Associate Professor / Program Coordinator Graphic Communications

BFA in Visual Communication - University of Kansas 1984
Additional classes/studies: Rhode Island School of Design, Poynter Institute for Media Studies
Professional Organizations: AIGA (American Institute Of Graphic Arts)

Phone: 314.984.7629
Office Location: HE207
Office Hours:M/W: 8-9am; 12-2pm; T/TH: 8-9am, 1-3pm
Courses taught: ART133, ART134, ART233, ART234, ART138, ART238, ART245
 
Chuck Groth is an Associate Professor in the Meramec Graphic Communications program. He has been a professional graphic artist since 1978, and has worked on staff as a designer, typographer and illustrator at the Kansas City Star, the Wichita Eagle and the St. Louis Post-Dispatch. His freelance design and illustration studio, Groth Graphics, has a long client list that includes McDonnell-Douglas (now Boeing) Aircraft, the Associated Press, Purina Mills, Adriatic Travel, Willow Music, Hallmark Cards, The American Heart Association, The Washington Post, Kansas City Magazine, The Arizona Daily Star, and Plima Magazine,among others. Chuck teaches courses throughout the Graphic Communications program, including Graphic Design I through IV, Drawing for Graphics I - II, Computer Art Studio, Package Design and Portfolio Design. In addition to teaching full time, he has served as a Graphic Communications advisory board member, faculty sponsor of an on-campus graphic design club, and written courses in package design. He has been nominated four times for inclusion in "Who's Who Among America's Teachers," and has authored the book "Exploring Package Design" (ISBN: 1401872174, Thomson Learning Publishing).

Publications/Shows: Author of "Exploring Package Design: The Art and Techniques of Designing Exceptional Packaging," ISBN -10: 1401872174 His work has also appeared in numerous graphic arts publications, including Create Magazine, Graphic Design USA magazine, the St. Louis Post-Dispatch, and The Washington Post

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