Dnnissa Gultom A

igital Work Portfolio

UArts, Fall 2008-Fall 2009

~~Preface~~
This portfolio is showing all of my digital work during my study in the Museum Communication Program, Museum Studies Department, University of The Arts, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. All the work are part of the courses during Fall 2008 and Fall 2009.

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~~Contact Information~~
Address : 1411 Walnut st. Apt # 1202 Philadelphia, PA. 19102 Phone : +1 267 207 7479 Emails: annisa_gultom@yahoo.com annissagultom2@gmail.com agultom@uarts.com Linkedin profile: http://www.linkedin.com/in/annissamgultom

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~~Table of Content~~
Preface.................................................................................................................................................i Contact Info......................................................................................................................................ii Table of Content ...........................................................................................................................iii Resume................................................................................................................................................1 Pen tool work 1.................................................................................................................................2 Pen tool work 2................................................................................................................................3 Typology............................................................................................................................................4 Logo.....................................................................................................................................................5 Brochure 1. .......................................................................................................................................6 Brochure 2........................................................................................................................................8 Invitation........................................................................................................................................10 Newsletter. ......................................................................................................................................12 Postcard ...........................................................................................................................................14 Poster.................................................................................................................................................15 Website.............................................................................................................................................16 iii

RESUME
M.A in Museum Communication program, University of The Arts, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania (degree expected in May 2010) B.A in Archaeology, specialty in ancient Hindu-Buddhist Art and Architecture, University of Indonesia, Indonesia (2005) Internship at the Sangiran Conservation Office and Museum, East Java, Indonesia (Unesco World Heritage Site List # 593) (Aug-Sept 2009) Excavation Co-coordinator of Trinil Expedition, held by the Sangiran Office and Museum (Aug 26 – Sept 1, 2009) Internship at Penn Museum, Philadelphia, PA (Asian Collection in Feb–May 2009, Exhibit Design Oct-Dec 2008) Teaching assistant, Archaeology Dept, University of Indonesia. For Museum Studies and Hindu Buddhist Art and Architecture classes (Sept 2005-July 2008) General Organization team member, of the “First Islander” exhibition, Bandung, Indonesia. Human Origin Patrimony in South East Asia research network. (Aug-Sept 2007) Analyst, Audience studies of museums in 3 provinces. Research & Development division, Indonesian Cultural and Tourism Ministry. (July-Sept 2007) Exhibit development team of temporary exhibition “The Kingdom of Majapahit, Museum Nasional Indonesia. (Sept 2006July 2007) Analyst for prehistoric pottery, Centre for Archaeological Research and Development, Indonesia. (June-July 2007) Internship, Education and Public Relation Division, Museum Nasional, Jakarta, Indonesia. (April 2006-June 2007) Research coordinator, museum marketing research. Research & Development div., Culture & Museum Dept, Regional Government of Jakarta. (June-July 2006) Curator assistant for exhibits at the Historical Museum of Jakarta. (“Prehistoric in Jakarta” in May-June 2006 ; “Jakarta in the Dutch era” in Aug-Sept 2006) Subtitute English teacher in Muhammadiyah Cikampek high school, Indonesia. For 10th and 11th grade (Sept-Dec 2005) Guide tour, monthly outreach tour, Historical Museum of Jakarta. (2002-2003) Co-editor of Student’s Archaeological journal “Romantika Arkeologia” (2002) Head of scientific department; Site visit organizer. Student body of Archaeology Major, University of Indonesia:. (20012003)

Education:

Professional Experience:

Other:

= => Fulbright scholar, 2008-2010 ==> Computer Skills (PC and MAC): Microsoft Office; Corel Draw; Adobe Creative Suit 3 and 4 (Photoshop, InDesign, Illustration); Amadeus Pro; Garage Band; Photo to Movie; Final Cut Express. ==> Language Profieciency: Indonesian (fluent); English (fluent, IBT score 92); Arabic (basic) ; French (poor)

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Pen tool work 1 : simple form

This torch was drawn from simple form of a triangle made by using pen tool, in Adobe Illustrator.

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Pen tool work 2: detailed work

This self portrait was drawn from a photograph by adapting typography to form the lines and forms with pen tool, in Adobe Illustrator.

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Typology

These three types of typology were designed to represent a product that will be placed in the bottle. The choice of the product name and its typology style was based on an imagination inspired by its bong like shaped, made by using effects in Adobe Illustrator.

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Logo

This logo was designed for an imaginary temporary exhibit about “The Stormchaser” that will be held in the Science Museum of Boston. The design was made in color and in BW for different purposes of the exhibit.

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Brochure 1: outside cover

Preacademic at CESL UofA

Preacademic Orientation Curriculum

We are going to orient you to grad life in the USA. We will do our best! We plan to keep you busy. Class Schedule for Monday, Tuesday, Thursday & Friday * 8:00-9:20 Oral Language * 9:30-11:00 Written Language * Break * 1:00 PM -2:20 Guest Speakers * 2:30 - 4:00 Computer and Library Resources (M & T only) * 4:00 - 5:00 Peer Groups preacademic orientation at CESL U of A , experince in learning new cultures Preacademic Orientation Program CENTER FOR ENGLISH AS SECOND LANGUAGE 1100 E JAMES E. ROGERS WAY University of Arizona http://www.cesl.arizona.edu * break * 1:00-4:00 Group Projects On Wednesday we have a different schedule * 8:00-11:00 Grad Life Issues

This three pages brochure was designed to present an institution and to introduce its program and activities to the public.

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Brochure 1: inside content

The inside content is heavy in text due to the extensive information that the institution would like to deliver.

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Brochure 2: outside cover

FAMILIA
This two pages brochure was designed as an introduction brochure for an art event. The design was inspired by the artwork.

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Brochure 2: inside content

The brochure explains the artwork, the artist and his fascinating artistic process making The text box format is more loose formed to get the atmospher of the art theme.

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Museum Friends Committee
Barbara Eberlein
Chair

Bradford Anderson Sandra Baldino Christine H. Berrettini Mrs. Renee S. Bridges Sheila K. Buerkle Joan M. Cary Joseph K. Chappelear Bruce Coslov Alice M. Dagit Deb Donaldson David Q. Dwyer Mrs. Bruce L. Evans Kerry Ann Fett-Traver Beth M. Fitzpatrick Michael L. Fox Toni Garrison Barbara Gilbert Peggy Greenawalt Ronna Hall Preston S. Hansen Hollie Powers Holt Elaine Kirby Anne Koffey Jacqueline M. Kraeutler Molly Lawrence Joan Lucier Christina Weiss Lurie Steve McLane Hilarie L. Morgan Mrs. J. Brien Murphy Despina F. Page

Sandra L. Nesbitt
Vice Chair

Marianne C. Raphaely Gretchen Riley Thomas M.P. Rubin Patrick Slack Martha McGeary Snider Linda Soukup Mary Lee B. Stallkamp Iliana Strauss Roger Thompson Maud Tierney Diane Dalto Woosnam Randy J. Zemsky Elaine Kirby Anne Koffey Bradford Anderson Sandra Baldino Christine H. Berrettini Mrs. Renee S. Bridges Sheila K. Buerkle Joan M. Cary Joseph K. Chappelear Bruce Coslov Alice M. Dagit Deb Donaldson David Q. Dwyer Mrs. Bruce L. Evans Kerry Ann Fett-Traver Beth M. Fitzpatrick Michael L. Fox Toni Garrison

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Valentine’s Day with the Koalas

This invitation was designed specifically for a special event for a museum. The back outside cover contains a list of the museum’s donor and friends. Also a few logo of the events’ sponsor. This part of the invitation is crucial for marketing and public relation reason.

Invitation: outside cover

Invitation: inside content

The invitation content is mainly a short descripton of the event time and place, and also because this event is a supporting program for an exhibit, the exhibt logo is featured inside.

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Newsletter: outside cover

natura

This two page newsletter was designed to be distributed for members of the museum. The theme of this newsletter is the Koala exhibit, like the one in the invitation on page 10-11 and the postcard on page 14.

February ‘09

monthly newsletter of San Diego Zoo member

Talk of the month:

New Arrival!!

The Koalas is visiting !

Conservation News :

Use of GPS Collars to Monitor Habitat Use in Australian Koalas

What you can do :

Help the Koala! or Adopt a Koala Project

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Newsletter: inside content

The content of the newsletter is explaining the koala exhibit, additional informations about the Koala and also supporting programs organized by the museum.

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Postcard

This postcard was designed to be sent to schools, museum members and related institutions and affiliates. The postcard is a general invitation that is distributed by mail.

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Poster

This poster was designed to introduce an imaginative new wing at a museum. The new wing in this museum is going to display collection of postcards and its history in the United States.

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Website: welcome page

This website was designed for the Sangiran Early Man Site, Sangiran, East Java, Indonesia. The pair of tusks is the museums’s gate in the main entrance, and it is always become its symbol

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Website: content

The museum itself does not have their own logo yet since they just being restructured in early 2009. The “evolution walk” was chosen to be the banner of the website because it is the main theme of their permanent exhibit. The content consists of seven webpages about the museum programs and activites. Also provided links to term & condition; privacy policy; and related institutions such as Unesco and the Indonesian Culture Ministry.

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© Annissa Gultom, 2010

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