…and from all of us at UCLA Extension Visual Arts.
One of my favorite perks of my new job is I now get to receive Masaki’s holiday greetings:
WHAT: UCLA Extension instructor Andrew Byrom sits down with Deborah Sussman to discuss her celebrated career and their recent collaboration curating and designing the current A+D Museum exhibition: Eames Words. Chairs will be arranged with-in the exhibit space, giving the audience a unique opportunity to see the work as it being discussed.
WHERE: A+D MUSEUM, 6032 WILSHIRE BLVD. LOS ANGELES, CA 90036
WHEN: Thursday, December 8th from 6:30 – 8:30PM
Deborah Sussman started her career working with Charles and Ray Eames. During more than a decade at the Eames Office, she worked on seminal exhibits for IBM, the Government of India, and the Ford Foundation. She later opened her own studio and was joined by husband Paul Prejza in 1980. Sussman/Prejza & Company are at the forefront of environmental design working with Walt Disney Resorts, The Gas Company of Southern California, Hasbro Inc. and on the identity and environment of the 1984 Los Angeles Olympics. Sussman is a former AIGA board member and was the founder of AIGA Los Angeles.
Andrew Byrom is a graphic designer, typeface designer, and a Professor at California State University Long Beach. His clients have included The New York Times Magazine, Sagmeister Inc., and Pengiun Books. Byrom’s experimental type design has been honored by the TDC and AIGA – and can be seen in the December issue of Print Magazine and on the current UCLA Extension catalog cover.
$7 Student (w/valid ID)
A+D Members FREE
Ticket Purchase: www.aplusd.org/inconversation