Paige Alana Bowermaster

Graphic Design, BFA

Art History & Visual Culture Minor
Our Footprints. Our Legacy.
Inspired by her own experience as a woman, graphic designer Paige Alana Bowermaster’s thesis focuses on feminism. She works to challenge the idea that society has programmed strong women to see dominant traits as problematic, angry, and aggressive. Paige’s thesis, “Boxed Bitch: An Angry Women’s Gym” uses these themes in a satirical way to create an inclusive boxing gym for women, where they are free to express their anger in the most aggressive and socially problematic way possible.

Paige was a founding member of The Agency, the College’s in-house branding and marketing program, where she took on the role of Lead Graphic Designer. Paige, graduating summa cum laude, served the PCA&D community as a community assistant, orientation leader, and peer support mentor. Her most recent accomplishments include creating and designing the America250PA coloring book, winning the 2023 PCA&D Senior Show & Celebration Branding Competition, and being named “Student to Watch’’ in GDUSA Magazine.