Communication across the Curriculum
104A Design Building
College of Art & Design
Vincent Cellucci runs the Communication across the Curriculum (CxC) Art & Design Studio, specializing in writing in the arts (i.e., concept and artist statements, proposals and application materials, and research essays), portfolio development, and 3D scanning and fabrication. He teaches writing-intensive classes for MFA studio artists. Students interested in pursuing the CxC Distinguished Communicator Program or in receiving feedback to improve their art and design communication projects and portfolios should visit Vincent. He also collaborates with faculty for grants, publications, and course development and support.
Vincent earned his MFA in poetry from LSU. He attended Loyola University, where he received a bachelor’s degree in English writing with a background in studio arts and studied painting with Carol Leake. He was cross-enrolled at Tulane, where he studied glassblowing with Gene Koss. Vincent has hosted artist communication workshops with the Louisiana Division of the Arts. He has published several books of poetry and authored academic articles related to teaching communication in art and design.