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Graphic designer

Carol Denise Porter, American graphic designer. Alumna member board managers Moore College Art and Design, 1990-1993; member advisory board University Maryland College Housing and Design, since 1990. Member National Academy of Television Arts and Sciences (board governors Washington chapter 1979-1985), Capitol Press Club (2nd vice president, parliamentarian 1986-1988, 1st vice president 1989-1990), Women's Caucus for Art.

Background

Porter, Carol Denise was born on March 4, 1948 in Washington, District of Columbia, United States. Daughter of Wiley Waverly and Alma (Dodson) Porter.

Education

Student, Howard University, 1967. Bachelor of Fine Arts in Advertising Art, Moore College Art, 1971.

Career

Graphic artist, Station WJLA-television, Washington, 1971-1973;Graphic artist, Station WBBM-television-television, Chicago, 1973-1975;art director, Station WFSB-television, Hartford, Connecticut, 1975-1977;art director, Needham Harper & Steers Advertising, Falls Church, Virginia, 1979-1980;art director, Ketchum Advertising, Rockville, Maryland., 1984-1985;assistant art director, Station WDVM-television, Washington, 1977-1979;graphic designer, Washington Post, 1980-1984, 85-. Member speaker's bureau, since 1984. Designer/art director The Family Place: Hispanic Clearing House, Washington, 1980-1984.

Freelance design consultant. Speaker, conductor seminars in field. Judge 40th annual exhibition Society Illustrators, New York.

Works

  • Other Work

    • One-woman painting show Madiera School, McLean, Virginia, 1997, School visual Arts Summer Program of Arts/Internat. Study in Barcelona, Spain: Watercolor Painting, 1997.

Membership

Alumna member board managers Moore College Art and Design, 1990-1993. Member advisory board University Maryland College Housing and Design, since 1990. Member National Academy of Television Arts and Sciences (board governors Washington chapter 1979-1985), Capitol Press Club (2nd vice president, parliamentarian 1986-1988, 1st vice president 1989-1990), Women's Caucus for Art.

Connections

father:
Wiley Waverly Porter

mother:
Alma (Dodson) Porter