Cranbrook Academy of Art
While at Cranbrook, Dan Wong was the visiting-artist coordinator for the sculpture program. In this capacity he coordinated the program, inviting the esteemed guest critics, artists, and directors, while organizing their itinerary and special events related to their visits.
At the same time, Dan was the lead teaching assistant, ensuring that the department ran smoothly organizing and scheduling student and faculty critiques, meetings, and lectures.
During the summer hiatus, Dan oversaw renovations to 3 departments: Design, Sculpture, and Photography. He worked closely with other designers, architects, and artists to improve the usage of space, and he created new studios and gallery spaces.
Fred Worden Trucking, Inc.
Dan Wong was the business manager and graphic designer for a small transport company that focused on transportation and installation of fine art. He dealt directly with the clients and with issues of accounting, bookkeeping, and personnel management in a small-business setting.
Fred Worden's customers included many of the major New York museums and galleries, as well as Fortune 100 corporations, art consultants, and high-net-worth individuals. Dan's corporate identity design for Fred Worden Trucking is highlighted in the Slicksurface Showcase.
During the period of 1995 to 1996 Jay Harper worked for Honicorp, a startup partially funded by GE Capital. Honicorp had developed a product, Artview®, an online business-to-business transaction system for art galleries.