Becky Tochterman

RESIDENT ASSISTANT

August 2014 to August 2017 – Maine College of Art, Portland, ME


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CLASS OF 2017


May 13, 2017 – Maine College of Art, Portland, ME

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ThesiS Exhibition – YOUR ENTHUSIAM CAN WAIT

My thesis entitled “Your Enthusiasm Can Wait” was designed to bring up a discourse about how the products we use everyday are packaged; and how we the consumers are affected by design choices and packaging functions, like tear strips and pull tabs.


FREELANCE DESIGNER


May 13, 2017 – Maine College of Art, Portland, ME

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Print Shop Manual

A manual for Maine College of Art's Printmaking Department.

 
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TIPS:  Pointing the Way to Effective Communication.

TIPS is a slip-on writing tool holder, worn on the finger, making written communication easier for those struggling with limited dexterity.

 
 

ORIENTATION ASSISTANT


May 14, 2017 – Maine College of Art, Portland, ME

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MailME

July 2017
MailMe is a MECA annual tradition. It's a call for incoming student artwork to be exhibitioned during the first two weeks of new student orientation. Artwork is gathered from a mailer.

 
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Orientation Design

July – August 2017
Orientation welcomes new MECA students to campus.

 
 

STUDENT LIFE COORDINATOR


August 22, 2017 – Maine College of Art, Portland, ME

 
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Fall Festival

October 20th, 2017
MECA Cafe and Student Life partnered to bring together the annual MECA Fall Fest.

 
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Spooktacular

October 28th, 2017
Slime-making, Hocus Pocus, games, a costume contest, and the ever-enticing promise of free pizza bought together 80+ MECA students.

 
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Homecoming Weekend

November 3rd – 5th, 2017 

MECA welcomed over 100 friends and family members to campus for Homecoming Weekend 2017. Following the welcome reception with President Laura Freid, students, staff, faculty, and their guests were reunited over the course of the weekend through on-campus events. The weekend included viewing the on-going BFA show, visiting Portland Museum of Art’s Nan Goldin Exhibition, and friends and family trying their hand at screen printing pancakes in the Oak Residence Hall.