2013 Annual Report Ramapo for Children

Through direct service youth programs and training programs for adults, Ramapo works on behalf of children who face obstacles to learning, including children with special needs, enabling them to succeed in the classroom, at home, and in life. Elissa Harel,

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Breaking Ground: A Century of Craft Art in Western NY

Breaking Ground explores the history of the craft movement within this region. The book features interviews with four masters who work in the area—Wendell Castle, Albert Paley, Michael Taylor, and Wayne Higby. It concludes with a selection of contemporary work by

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2011 Annual Report Ramapo for Children

Through direct service youth programs and training programs for adults, Ramapo works on behalf of children who face obstacles to learning, including children with special needs, enabling them to succeed in the classroom, at home, and in life. Elissa Harel, Project

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Critters A to Z in American Folk Art

Critters A to Z was created with the American Folk Art Museum, using its extensive archive of materials, to heighten children’s awareness of the diversity of American culture and our common heritage and to introduce them to the many forms

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New York City Ballet Balanchine 100

Companion book to the George Balanchine Centennial Exhibition at New York City Ballet. Produced by the BIL Charitable Trust, Barbara Lovenheim, Project Director; Edward Bigelow, Curator.  

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Highlights from the Global Initiative on HIV/AIDS

An overview of accomplishments by the organizations supported through the Ford Foundation’s Global Initiative on HIV/AIDS. Prepared by the UCLA Program in Global Health, Greg Szekeres, Project Director.

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NYCitywoman.com

A website aimed at women over 50, filled with quality articles by current and former writers for The New York Times, New York, Town & Country, and more. NYCitywoman is a collaborative effort with Barbara Lovenheim, the founding editor.

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“My Strength” Campaign Posters

John Stoltenberg, a founder of the group ‘Men Can Stop Rape’ developed the ‘My Strength’ campaign which aims to educate young men on sexual relationships, consent and rape. Included are the posters for the United States Department of Defense sexual-assault-prevention

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ITC Legacy Serif & Sans

ITC Legacy reference guide for International Typeface Corporation. Susan Slover, Art Director. The ITC client said it was her favorite design since working with Erik Spiekermann.

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ASID Conference

Covers for an American Society of Interior Designers Conference focused on Sustainable Design. Showing layouts and final. Lauria Graham, Director of Marketing and Communications.

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Barclay’s Capital

Materials for Barclay’s Capital Prime Services. Written and art directed by the Wynbrandt Company.

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Ace Green

Two posters in an ACE campaign to reduce waste in the corporate offices. Produced and written by the Wynbrandt Company.

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Infographics

ACE GPS and Arden Asset Management, The Wynbrandt Company, Creative Director. A Sound Map of the Danube and Housatonic, Annea Lockwood, Project Manager, Baker Vail, map art. Taconic History poster and Xenograft Model poster, Renata Radoman Dmytrowski, RD Design, Creative Director.

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Taconic Foundation Poster

Taconic Foundation poster for RD Design. Renata Radoman Dmytrowski, Creative Director; Valdek Dmytrowski, photographic realization.

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