Study art at Moravian College!

- Programs in Graphic Design, Studio Art, Art Education, and Art History
– Courses in Painting, Drawing, Photography, Digital Video, Graphic Design, Digital Imaging, Web Design, Animation, Printmaking, and much more!

Anne Dutlinger

anne dutlinger Associate Professor, Priscilla Payne Hurd Chair in Art and Music


Intro to Graphic Design
Publication Design
Graphic Design: History & Practice
Graphic Design Internship


M.F.A., Yale University of Art
B.A. Juniata College


Anne Dutlinger is a graphic and exhibition designer whose clients have included the SEPTA Transportation System in Philadelphia, Winterthur, Rodale Institute and Experimental Farm, Stackpole Books, Muhlenberg College, and University of Virginia Press. She has won gold and silver medals for publication design from the American Association of Museums, the American Federation for the Arts, and the Virginia Art Directors Club. Her exhibition designs included the Jewish Museum, Historic Hudson Valley, Adirondack Museum, and Everson Museum of Art.

Prior to coming to Moravian, she taught design at Moore College of Art and Design, Syracuse University, and Kutztown University. She is an active member of the College Art Association, the American Institute of Graphic Design, the American Center for Design, ICOGRADA (International Council of Graphic Design Associations), and University and College Design Educators.

In 2000, she edited, designed and published the book, The Arts as a Strategy for Survival: Theresienstadt 1941-45, published by Herodias, Inc. The book developed as a result of the symposium and exhibition which Dutlinger organized at Moravian College in 2000. Participants in the symposium included Holocaust scholars, therapists and survivors of Theresienstadt. Dutlinger has spoken on Theresienstadt and Holocaust art at various symposia and conferences and was scholar-in-residence at the Center for Advanced Study of the U.S. Holocaust Memorial Museum in August 2001.

Artist Statement:

dutlinger work "All creative work is a deliberate accident,
breaking open the familiar,
fusing new connections.
It is art that makes life,
makes interest, makes importance...
and I know of no substitute
whatever for the force and beauty
of its process.
—Henry James, letter to HG Wells

Enseigner, c’est apprendre deux fois.
(To teach is to learn twice.)
—Joseph Joubert, “Pensées”, 1842