Associate Professor of Graphic Design
B.F.A., North Carolina State University; M.F.A., California Institute of the Arts
Daniela Marx is an Associate Professor of Graphic Design at Loyola University New Orleans. In the past, she worked at Fabrica, an international research center for design located in Treviso, Italy where she collaborated with video artists, writers and other designers. She also worked as a designer for Slover [and] Company and George Magazine in New York City. She collaborated with several of her classmates during her studies at California Institute of the Arts where she focused on motion and social political issues. Aside from teaching at Loyola University New Orleans, she does freelance graphic design focusing on motion graphics, print work and silkscreening, usually collaborating with local artists, musicians and politicians. Her silkscreen posters are currently in two separate traveling exhibitions which are being seen by national and international audiences. These posters have also been published in the book Earthquakes and Aftershocks. Daniela’s recent one year sabbatical at the American University of Sharjah, United Arab Emirates expanded her repertoire in pedagogy, collaborative experiments, and socio-political design. Most recently Daniela travelled to University of St. Louis, Missouri to give a workshop on Motion Design.