Ryan Gibboney

Instructor of Integrated Media Arts

Phone: (814)641- 3575
Email: gibboney@juniata.edu
Office: Intg Med Stu Arts 207
Office Hours: [Hours]


Ryan Gibboney joined the Juniata College faculty in 2014 as an Instructor in Integrated Media Arts.

Gibboney taught as lecturer in Integrated Media Arts at Juniata during the 2015-2016 academic year teaching principles of digital media, video production I&II, web design, integrated media arts lab I&II, in addition to overseeing independent practicums and interns in the IMA program.

Gibboney also worked as an Instructor of Graphic Design at Penn State in the College of Arts and Architecture both on campus and online. Previously, she was an Instructor of Record at Purdue University from 2011 to 2013 instructing foundation design courses in the Department of Art and Design in addition to undergraduate Visual Communications Design courses.

In 2013, she completed her Masters of Fine Art in Visual Communications Design at Purdue University where she focused her research on community driven social design initiatives. Gibboney earned a Bachelor of Fine Arts degree in Graphic Design in 2008 from the Savannah College of Art and Design, in Savannah, Ga.

Gibboney worked as a professional designer in various fields ranging from publication design, branding, social media marketing, and pro bono community design initiatives. Most recently Gibboney worked with Harper Collins Publishing to create medical illustrations for Dr. Vincent Pedre's Happy Gut released in 2016. She has won a variety of professional awards, including three gold and three silver ADDY awards for design of the Purdue Alumnus magazine.

Gibboney is the founder of ReInvision Huntingdon, a local community revitalization initiative. In the community, Gibboney serves as a board member on the Huntingdon County Arts Council in addition to Huntingdon Landmarks Downtown Opportunities Committee.

She is a member of the American Institute of Graphic Arts, the Society of Typographic Arts and the Hamilton Wood Type & Printing Museum.