is chair of the design criticism MFA Program at the School of Visual Arts in New York and an M-Phil/PhD candidate in the design history program at the V&A Museum and the Royal College of Art in London. Twemlow writes about design for publications including Eye, Design Issues, I.D., Print, New York Magazine
and Architect's Newspaper.
Her essays are included in books such as The Barnbrook Bible
(Booth Clibborn, 2007), Else/Where: Mapping
(University of Minnesota Design Institute, 2006) and Looking Closer 5
(Allworth Press, 2007), and she is the author of What is Graphic Design For?
(Rotovision, 2006). Previously, Twemlow was program director at AIGA where she directed and produced several design conferences, including "Voice: AIGA National Design Conference" in Washington DC in 2002. She has also taught critical thinking to graduate graphic design students at RISD and SVA.
alicetwemlow [at] earthlink.net