MArch (Princeton University, USA), MFA (2D Design Cranbrook Academy of Art, USA), MA (Typeface Design University of Reading, UK)
Associate Chair, Department of Design
Prior to joining the department in 2005, David Cabianca taught typography, history and theory at CalArts, OCAD and both architecture studio and theory and criticism at the University of Manitoba and the University of Michigan. At Michigan he was the 1997-98 William Muschenheim Fellow and received the Donna M. Salzer Award for excellence in teaching. His writing has appeared in Emigre, Design Issues, Dimensions, ACSA Proceedings and :output. His research and scholarship interests have to date focused on typeface design, contemporary graphic design, issues of representation and disciplinary conflict.
He is currently completing a text typeface, Cardea, scheduled for public release by the Emigre Font Foundry, and is co-organizing with Kenneth FitzGerald and Jiwon Lee, an AIGA Design Educator's Conference titled, "Blunt: Explicit and Graphic Design Criticism Now" to be held spring 2013 at Old Dominion University, Norfolk VA.