‘Making Things in a Digital age’
Join us for this exploration of craft and technology, process and product. Three invited internationally recognized speakers will discuss how to invent and make in the 21st century, post mechanical era. These panelists include:
Tod Williams and Billie Tsien, Machine Histories, and Matilda McQuaid, Textile Director/Deputy Curatorial Director for the Cooper Hewitt Museum in New York,
The Dialog will be led by Susan S. Szenasy, editor-in-chief of Metropolis magazine.
Following the Dialogue there will be individual workshops led by each of the Dialogue participants. These workshops will be held in different art galleries.
Susan S. Szenasy is Editor in Chief of METROPOLIS, the award-winning New York City-based magazine of architecture and design. Since 1986 she has led the magazine in landmark design journalism, achieving domestic and international recognition. She is internationally recognized as an authority on sustainability and design.
Susan has been honored with two IIDA Presidential Commendations, and is an honorary member of the ASLA and AIA NYC. Along with METROPOLIS Publisher Horace Havemeyer III, Susan was a 2007 recipient of the Civitas August Heckscher Award for Community Service and Excellence.
time & location: design dialogue
|Saturday, November 2nd||Dialogue 10:00am to 120:00pm|
|New Mexico History Museum Auditorium|
|Workshops 2:00pm – 3:30pm|
|Art Gallery Locations – to be announced soon|
Please note: tickets will also be available at the venue prior to the event.