Ward Heirwegh (1982, Ghent, Belgium) graduated in 2007 with a masters degree in graphic design from Luca School of Arts (Ghent) and now runs his own studio in Antwerp. Before that he worked at the Brussels based design studio Base Design. He teaches at the Sint Lucas Antwerp College of Art (Graphic Design) and the MAD-faculty in Hasselt (Image Analysis). Besides designing and teaching, he also founded a research-based publication platform called Sleeperhold Publications.

Studies
- 2004 – 2007
Master in Graphic Design
Sint–Lucas Academy, LUCA School of Arts, Ghent
- 2001 – 2004
Bachelor in Multimedia & Communication Technology
PIH, Howest, Kortrijk

Teaching positions
2012 – *
Tutor Image Analysis
MAD-faculty, PHL, Hasselt
- 2012 – *
Tutor Graphic Design 
Sint Lucas Antwerp College of Art, Antwerp


(On)voltooid Verleden Tijd

client:
KU Leuven, LUCA school of Arts
date:
September 2015

Identity for (On)voltooid Verleden Tijd, the biennial focussing on identity and memory.

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Borger

client:
date:
September 2015

Borger, Antwerp's art opening night, takes place three times a year in galleries and art spaces in the Borgerhout, Zurenborg and Berchem areas. — with Ines Cox

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Et Cetera

client:
Et Cetera
date:
August 2015

EtCetera is a magazine on Performing arts, focusing on long-reads and critical reviews. 

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INFINI

client:
KVS Brussels, Decoratelier Jozef Wouters
date:
August 2015

Artist Jozef Wouters set up a temporary Scenery Workshop at KVS in Brussels, consisting of a colourful group of architects, philosophers, a deceased set designer and a retired scenery painter. They selected eight correspondents (Arkadi Zaides, Chris Keulemans, Michiel Soete, Michiel Vandevelde, Remah Jabr, Thomas Bellinck, Sis Matthé, Wim Cuyvers) and asked them what place or landscape they would like to see depicted in today’s theatre. On the basis of these conversations, the Scenery Workshop builds places from all over the world in wood, cloth and paint and presents them in the beautiful theatre setting of the KVS.

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Penultimate Shots

client:
Het Paviljoen, KASK
date:
August 2015

Penultimate Shots was the sixth and last exhibition of Het Paviljoen this season. In cinema, a Penultimate Shot indicates the second last shot of the film. It implies the action just before the unveiling of the plot. The image, prior to the conclusion.

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