Natassa Pappa

Visual Arts and Art History

BA, Graphic Design, University of West Attica, Athens, Greece; MA in Graphic Design in Public Space, AKV|St.Joost Academy, Breda, The Netherlands

Ms. Natassa Pappa has been a member of the Department of Visual Arts and History since 2018. She has taught courses in the areas of Graphic Design History, Contemporary Design Issues, Typography, Research Concept Design and the Senior Project. Her current teaching involves such courses as Graphic Design History, Contemporary Design issues, Typography and Honors Thesis II.

Throughout the years she collaborated with clients such as City of Athens, Onassis Foundation, University of West Attica, This is Athens, Museum of Cycladic Art, Coco-mat, and und. Athens. Since 2013 she runs [Street] (Design) [Words], a small publishing house with editions that explore and question the representation of the urban experience. With ongoing projects such as “Into Stoas”, she expands her design spectrum through writing, walking lectures and urban research workshops. Her works have been awarded and featured in Greece and abroad, while some of her essays have been published in graphic design magazines. Her latest brainchild “Desired Landscapes” magazine is distributed in selected stores around the world.