Assistant Professor of Graphic Design
East Stadium 203
Tasheka Arceneaux Sutton is an educator, image-maker, and graphic designer specializing in print and publication design. Arceneaux Sutton is a native of New Orleans where she received a Bachelor of Art degree in English with a minor in graphic design from Loyola University.
Following graduation, she worked as the Lead Designer for the Navy Reservist magazine for several years, after which she left to attend graduate school at California Institute of the Arts (CalArts), where she received her MFA in graphic design. It was there Arceneaux Sutton discovered her true voice as a graphic designer and investigator of the authenticity of the visual language that is associated with African American pop culture. During this time, she also began her research on the history of black design and experimentation with typography and publication design.
More recently, Arceneaux Sutton has focused on developing her studio BlacVoice, where she has done work for Eric Owen Moss Architects, the Museum of Contemporary Arts, HarperCollins, and Loyola University of New Orleans. She also worked as an inhouse Senior Designer at CalArts, creating print collateral, publication design, and design for the web.
As Assistant Professor of Graphic Design at Southeastern Louisiana University, Arceneaux Sutton teaches graphic design, typography, motion design and internet design.