Bonne Zabolotney Bonne Zabolotney is the Vice President, Academic + Provost at Emily Carr University. She has worked as a communication designer in Vancouver since 1993, working with a wide range of clients, locally and nationally. Her most notable work can be found in the philatelic section of Canada's National Archives which includes her 1999 stamp design recognizing the formation of the Nunavut territory. Five more of her stamp designs are also in the National Archives. She has also worked with some of the largest arts groups in Vancouver including Vancouver Opera, Vancouver Recital Society, and Vancouver International Jazz Festival. Areas of learning and teaching include fairy tales and story-telling, typography, print design, design and material culture, and the visual vernacular.
  • Anonymity and Authenticity: Everyday Canadian Design The history of design in Canada is a largely undocumented and undiscussed topic in design studies. Not only do Canadian designers and design academics often overlook their own history in favour of European or American design history, there is little to no study of Canadian design found outside of Canada. While this is problematic in […] One response April 12, 2015