Crossover and interplay between print & interactive design

The Graphic Design concentration provides students with a broad set of skills in a variety of digital media. Students investigate current trends in technology as they explore innovative and conceptual approaches to graphic design that includes the crossover and interplay between interactive web and print/book design. Intensive study

that focuses on advanced image manipulation, time based sequencing, narrative structures, and interactive design prepare students with practical experience in a variety of digital areas. Students work toward developing a cohesive body of work that represents a personal vision relevant to current design culture.

Digital Art Lab Usage Information

The Art Tech Lab has monitored open lab hours that are scheduled and posted at the start of each semester. The lab is available for use by registered digital art students, students concentrating in digital art, or by permission from the digital art faculty.

  • Lab Location: Old Science Hall 202
  • Lab Phone: (570) 389-3057
  • Monitored Lab Hours:
  • Sun, Mon, Tues, Wed: 6:30pm - 10:00pm
  • Advanced Students have 24/7 access

Concentration Resources


James Dunlap

Assistant Professor of Graphic Design

(570) 389-3961

Old Science Hall 123

Sue O'Donnell

Associate Professor of Graphic Design

(570) 389-5339

Old Science Hall 211


The Art Tech Lab, is a fully equipped Mac lab dedicated to the Department of Art & Art History. This state-of-the-art digital lab is on a 3-year replacement cycle and is currently equipped with twenty 27” iMac computer stations installed with Adobe Master Collection (CC), each has a Wacom drawing tablet. The Art Tech Lab has one large format and two standard sized flatbed scanners, a Xerox Phaser 7500 12x18 duplex color laser printer, and two Epson large format printers; Stylus Pro 4880 and Stylus Pro 7800. In addition, the lab is equipped with a digital projector, large worktables with cutting surfaces, and a large critique wall with track lighting for presentation of printed projects. Additional equipment includes Nikon digital cameras with video capabilities, tripods, USB card readers, light tables, a Kutrimmer bookboard cutter, and miscellaneous binding equipment.