Assistant Professor of Graphic Design
Joshua Korenblat is an Assistant Professor of Graphic Design at the State University of New York at New Paltz. Prior to joining the Art Department faculty at SUNY New Paltz, Joshua worked as an art director, artist, writer, and educator. Joshua has an MFA in Interdisciplinary Visual Art from the Maryland Institute College of Art, an MA in Teaching from Brown University, an MA in Writing from Johns Hopkins University (Outstanding Graduate Student Award). Also, Joshua has a dual-degree BFA and BA from Washington University in St. Louis in Printmaking/Drawing and Comparative Literature (Italian). From 2007 until 2014, Joshua was on the Graphic Design faculty of the Boston University Center for Digital Imaging Arts, Washington, DC campus, a certificate program offered by the Boston University College of Communication.
Professionally, Joshua has seven years of experience in the Art Department at National Geographic Magazine and Science News. Joshua is also a co-founder and Art Director at Graphicacy, an information graphics and data visualization firm established in January 2012 by technologist Nathaniel Pearlman. Graphicacy makes complex data more human and understandable for wide audiences, and specializes in educational topics, including interactives, animated explainer videos, illustrations, and canonical data visualization posters
Writing, art, illustration, animation, data visualization, information graphics, and digital humanities
Graphicacy and other creative projects