Based in London Neringa (b.1978, Lithuania) works closely with clients to produce visual identities, print and web layouts, exhibition design and immersive experiential projects. With the concept and the end audience as main focus my interest lies in innovative and clear visual communication design.

With her former academic training in Applied Design, Art Direction in Advertising and finally MA in Visual Communication RCA (2013) Neringa has developed a broad range of design, drawing skills and an informed and innovative way of working. She has also developed and produced interactive experience installations and short films for public spaces. One of them Metaqua was selected to exhibit at Tate Modern as part of Queen Elizabeth Prize for Engineering Award ceremony (2013).

After winning Top Creative Student Award her work experience in the agency environment began in South Africa as an Art Director at Saatchi&Saatchi (2months) and Publicis (5months) back in 2004. Later work experience include Graphic Designer at Smiling Wolf and Assistant Editor at Unit Editions, with the amazing Adrian Shaughnessy as one of the Directors, working on Supergraphics book which sold out!..

Community
Fellow of HEA and RCA Alumna since 2013

Education
Sep ’11 – Jul ’13, MA: Visual Communication, Royal College of Art, London
Sep ’08 – Jun ’11, BA (1st class hons): Graphic Arts, Liverpool John Moores Uty
Sep ’01 – Jun ’04, Diploma in Art Direction, AAA School of Advertising, Johannesburg, South Africa
Sep ’96 – Jun ’99, Diploma in Applied Design, Kaunas College of Arts, Lithuania
Sep ’84 – Jun ’96, High School, Kursenai High School, Lithuania

Recognition
2016, BBC Worldwide London HQ, Creative Challenge Winner, video category
2013, Selected to exhibit at Sustain RCA
2013, Selected to exhibit at Tate Modern, part of the Queen Elizabeth Prize for Engineering Award ceremony
2011, Best of Graphic Design Graduates
2004, Finalist, Loerie Art Direction Awards in Advertising, student category
2004, Top Creative Student, AAA School of Advertising, Johannesburg, SA

Employment
Graphic designer InHouse & Freelance since 2007:
June ’10 – date, graphic designer, freelance
Clients include large and small corporate, cultural and non-profit organisations:
Invisible Dust, Chelsea Fringe, Wandsworth Council, Skene Catling de la Peña Architects, Royal College of Art, The Helen Hamlyn Centre for Design, Critical Writing in Art & Design, Curating Contemporary Art, RCA, Knyttan (UNMADE), Gina Czarnecki and others.
Nov ’12 – May ’13, graphic designer, part-time, Ralph Applebaum Associates
Working as part of the team I developed interpretive designs for various spaces, including museums, brand events, considering temporary and permanent exhibitions for clients Carlsberg, IKEA, Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park and others. I produced a mixture of outputs, including presentation designs, infographics, concept and reference boards, design and type in space visualisations and publication layout.
Nov ’07 – Sep ’08, graphic designer, in-house, Dunscar Garden Centre
Corporate brand identity redevelopment included all company’s areas: tea rooms,
café and their brand new online shop. Photography of products, cataloging of all visual material and production of seasonal company literature, such as posters, leaflets, menus and general shop signage.

Teaching
Part-time Lecturer BA level, 2013 – 2017
Richmond, the American International University in London,
School of Communications, Arts & Social Sciences
Sept ’13 – Dec ’14
Liverpool John Moores University, School of Fashion Communication
Teaching BA students visual communication: theory and practice, including publication layout, identity design, typography, drawing, narrative, mark-making and software skills, mainly Adobe Illustrator, Photoshop and InDesign. Fully involved in planning and managing the course structure, presenting lectures, running hands-on workshops, leading one-to-one tutorials, overseeing peer-led group crits, arranging visiting guests and marking.

Workshops leader
2016, On Visual Communication, guest talk & workshop, Richmond, The American International Uty, Rome
2014, Type as Image, with young teens in response to Artist Shinko Ohtake's work, Parasol Unit Gallery, London
2014, Identity: Objects & Space, with BA Communication Design students, in collaboration with guest Anna Nazo, Richmond, The American International Uty
2014, Experimental Typography: A to Z. BA Fashion Communication students, Liverpool John Moores University
2011, Type & Object, with BA Graphic Design students, University for Creative Arts, Epsom, London
2010, Screen Print Your Movie Poster, with public all ages, in collaboration with artist Sam Meech
2010, Hand-Stories, with local Liverpool communities, in collaboration with artist Neil Winterburn
2009/2010, Narrative in Stop-Motion Animation, with teenagers, Liverpool John Moores University
2009, Collecting Memories with Liverpool local communities, in collaboration with an art organisation ReDock, Liverpool

Exhibitions
January 18, 19, 20 – 2019 STRUCTURES FORM A FIELD ONCE A SINGLE LINE IS DRAWN EXPOSING FRAGMENTS, a group exhibition & performance as an indirect response to the artist David Raymon Conroy's residency, Seventeen gallery, London. Other artists: Richard McVetis, Archana Pathak and YiMiao Shih.

2017 Drawing Poetry, Artist Residency / Show, Centre for Recent Drawing in partnership with Poetry School, London

2017 Letters & Markers, part of the London Architecture Festival, 5 day pop up installation, 4 visiting cross-disciplinary artists’ talks, with public participation

2016 Artists Open Studios, Kingsgate Workshops, London

2015 Drawings on Fabric, The Horse Hospital, London (solo show)

2015 Metaqua, short film screening, BBC Worldwide London HQ, Winner Creative Challenge, London

2013 Letters From Dew: Please Stay in Touch, an interactive installation with a voice over kindly recorded by artist Lawrence Weiner, poetry in collaboration with writer& film director Anastasia Kirillova, Sustain RCA, London

2013 Metaqua, Interactive installation, in collaboration with Jaap de Matt, group exhibition including Heatherwick Studio, as part of the Queen Elizabeth Engineering Award Prize Awards Ceremony, TATE Modern, London

2013 Metaqua, final degree show, Royal College of Art, London

2013 Future of the Poster*, Victoria & Albert Museum, London

2013 Unidentify, work-in-progress show, Royal College of Art, London

2012 Interrupted, group show, Hockney Gallery, Royal College of Art

2011 Emerge, best of graphic design graduates show, London

2011 BA degree show, Liverpool John Moores University, Liverpool

2010 12.586, artists Katriona Beales & Nina Edge, Bluecoat, Liverpool

2009 That Light, short film screening, selected for Liverpool Film Night, FACT