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educator , computer graphics designer

Bruce George Brown, British computer graphics designer, educator. Fellow: Royal Society Arts (First prize in design bursary 1971, Sanderson award 1978, Herbert Read award 1978).

Background

Brown, Bruce George was born on June 14, 1949 in Glasgow, Scotland. Son of George and Grace Brown.

Education

Master of Arts, Royal College Art, London, 1978.

Career

Graphic designer, 1971—1984. Dean faculty of arts and architecture University Brighton, since 1984. Specialist consultant Hong Kong Council Academy Accreditation, since 1984.

Research assessor in art & design for RAE 2001 Higher Education Funding Council England, 1996—2001. Panel member Arts and Humanities Research Board, 1997—2000. Specialist consultant New Zealand Qualifications Authority, Auckland, New Zealand, 1998—2000.

Director United Kingdom Subject Center Learning and Teaching Art, Design and Commission, 1999—2001. External examiner VITAL Centre for Design Studies, Tel Aviv, since 1999. Executive committee United Kingdom Council Graduate Education, London, since 2000, Arts and Humanities Data Service, since 2002.

Works

  • Other Work

    • Crafts Magazine, 1980 (Selected by Designers and Art Directors Association, London and included in 'British Visual Communication Design 1900-1985', 1983). Author: (textbook) Brown's Index, 1983, (book) Graphic Memory: Design Thinkers, 2000. Contributor chapters to books Typography is Memory.

Membership

Fellow: Royal Society Arts (First prize in design bursary 1971, Sanderson award 1978, Herbert Read award 1978).

Connections

Married Morag Ross; children: Anna, Kirsten.

father:
George Brown

mother:
Grace Brown

spouse:
Morag Ross

children:
Anna Brown

Kirsten Brown