Emil J Robinson
DAAP School of Design - 0016
Associate Professor Emil Robinson specializes in the field of two-dimensional design. Robinson has been recognized for his excellence in teaching with a nomination for the Dolly Cohen award for teaching and two medals from the Turner Scholars program. As an artist, Robinson has exhibited his paintings and drawings in the Smithsonian National Portrait Gallery, Taft Museum of Art, Waterhouse and Dodd Gallery in London, and Christoffer Egelund Gallery in Copenhagen. Professor Robinson has also led study abroad trips to Italy in the summer semester.
MFA: University of Cincinnati Cincinnati Ohio, 2006 (Drawing and Painting)
BA: Centre College Danville Kentucky, 2003 (Liberal Arts: Drawing and Painting)
Color as experience
Spritiuality in art and design
4415 Aronoff Center