Dianne Zotter-Mill

Dianne graduated from Penn State University in 1982 with a B.A. in Fine Art. She completed her M.F.A. in Graphic Design at Temple University’s Tyler School of Art in 1986. Dianne worked for Rodale Press followed by several area design firms including Bruno Mease, Bieniek Associates and Ford, Byrne Associates. She taught a variety of business design classes at Temple University, Arcadia University and Drexel University before accepting a full-time teaching position at Tyler School of Art as an Assistant Professor of Design. Dianne is presently on the adjunct faculty of Philadelphia University and Montgomery County Community College teaching graphic design, design history and the business of design. Dianne is Vice President of art270, inc. and has had her work published in several international design magazines including Graphis, Novumgebrauchsgraphik and Graphic Design USA. Her poster designs are in the permanent collection of the Library of Congress and the Holocaust Museum in Warsaw, Poland. Dianne was once a member of the Ohio State tennis team. Today she volunteers her time with the Plumstead Township, PA, Environmental Advisory Council, serves on the AIGA Education committee and serves as a student mentor.

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