Art Program

Deborah Huelsbergen

Deborah Huelsbergen
Curator’s Distinguished Teaching Professor
A202 Fine Arts Building
573-882-9444
Education: 

MFA, Graphic Design, Iowa State University 1997

BFA, Visual Communications, University of Kansas 1994

BGS, Theatre and Media Arts, University of Kansas 1986

Bio: 

Deborah Huelsbergen teaches a variety of classes in graphic design and calligraphy/hand lettering. In addition, she is the faculty advisor for the Art and Design FIG. Deborah is a partner in a design studio with Ric Wilson. They specialize in doing design work for clients in the not-for-profit sector, specifically social service organizations. Their clients come from all over the United States, Europe, Asia, Latin America and Africa. They believe in doing excellent design work for organizations that are working every day to make a difference in the lives of people.

Deborah also makes mandalas in a variety of materials and designs calligraphic and hand lettered alphabets.

Deborah has been the recipient of several awards including an MU Faculty Alumni Award, the Southeastern College Art Conference (SECAC) Award for Excellence in Teaching, a William T. Kemper Award for Outstanding Teaching, a Campus Writing Program Writing Intensive Teaching Excellence Award, the MU Excellence in Advising Award, two Arts and Science Blue Chalk Awards for Advising, the Woodhouse Award for Exceptional Achievements in Teaching, Research and Service, and the Excellence in Education Award.

Courses Taught: 

Graphic Design

Digital Media

Portfolio Images: 
MU Paisley
mandala
mandala2
mandala Award
Sunshine
meditation
Dogs Lettering
Illustrations
My Bird
My Chickens
My Hampsters
Pattern