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September 21, 2018

Graphic Designer to Display Work in College’s MAT Exhibition


Submitted by SUNY Oswego

Nick Malchoff, who will show his graphic design work March 25 to April 8 at the Master of Arts Thesis Exhibition in Tyler Art Gallery on the SUNY Oswego campus, describes himself as a creative problem solver. Among the organizations his work has assisted is the SUNY system and its professional science master's program -- including a chemistry-business program at Oswego -- which fill a need for science-trained professionals in business and industry.

Nick Malchoff, who will show his graphic design work March 25 to April 8 at the Master of Arts Thesis Exhibition in Tyler Art Gallery on the SUNY Oswego campus, describes himself as a creative problem solver. Among the organizations his work has assisted is the SUNY system and its professional science master's program -- including a chemistry-business program at Oswego -- which fill a need for science-trained professionals in business and industry.

OSWEGO — Graphic designer Nick Malchoff will show his work starting Friday, March 25, in SUNY Oswego’s Master of Arts Thesis Exhibition.

An artist’s reception will take place from 5 to 7 p.m. in Tyler Art Gallery. The exhibition will run through April 8, according to Michael Flanagan, assistant director of the gallery.

During his studies here, Malchoff has lent his skills to the CenterState CEO economic development organization in Syracuse, the SUNY system and its professional science master’s programs and to SUNY Oswego’s Division of Graduate Studies.

Concentrating in digital environments, Malchoff, who has a bachelor’s from SUNY Oswego in graphic design with a minor in marketing, has pursued an interest in human-computer interaction and how usability studies can be applied to new touch-screen devices.

Last summer, Malchoff earned a Festa Graduate Leadership Fellowship — named for alumnus Fred (’81) and Mary Lynn Barbero Festa (’82) — and used the opportunity to work for CenterState CEO. In cooperation with his colleagues there, he created brochures and sell sheets for various organizations.

Tyler Art Gallery is open 11:30 a.m. to 3 p.m. Tuesday through Saturday. On the weekends, parking is free for those visiting the gallery.

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