Senior Lecturer, Screen and Design
School of Communication and Creative Arts, Faculty of Arts and Education
Graduate Certificate of
Higher Education, Deakin University, 2012
Master of Fine Arts, University of Melbourne, 2008
Master of Visual Arts, University of Melbourne, 2004
Bachelor of Fine Arts, University of Tasmania, 2001
The development and practice of local and international communication design strategies from inception through to production and output.
Contemporary typography and associated applications in design, marketing, journalism and branding.
Not for profit sector branding and design.
Meyrick, Tonya (2016) Typography and the branding of culture: a methodological investigation into the way typography is used to brand cultural festivals in Australia. Land Dialogues Conference, Charles Sturt University, Wagga Wagga, NSW. Australia. 13-15 April 2016.
Meyrick, Tonya (2015) Seduction and Demise in East Berlin – Digital Prototype for an Immersive Opera: A digitally mediated partnership, collaboration and performance between Deakin University communication design students and the Beggars Opera Cooperative. Tenth International Arts and Society Conference, Imperial College London. England. 22-25 July 2015.
Beyond the Baseline: developing a semiotic framework for typography and type artefacts employed in service to brand identity.
Visual representations of in-between states. A lens-based practice.
Developing innovative teaching and learning opportunities for students and academics through studio based design education.