Judith Clark is a curator and fashion exhibition-maker and is currently Professor of Fashion and Museology at UAL where she runs the MA Fashion Curation and is co-Director of the Centre for Fashion Curation.
Adam Philips was the Editor of the New Penguin Freud translations, and the author most recently of Becoming Freud and Unforbidden Pleasures.
Judith Clark and Adam Phillips collaborated on the series of installations entitled The Concise Dictionary of Dress and the exhibition The Vulgar: Fashion Redefined which opens at the Barbican Art Gallery in October 2016.
Joe Duffy received the Legacy Medal from the AIGA for a lifetime of achievement in the field of visual communications and was recognized as one of the “Fast 50” most influential people in the future of business by Fast Company.
Joseph Duffy has been recognized by virtually every design publication in the industry. Together they have been leading all things creative at Duffy since 2004.
Design is in their blood, period.
Cas Holman has spent the last 12 years immersed in play, learning and imagination. She is a full time Industrial Design faculty at Rhode Island School of Design (RISD). In 2011 she developed Rigamajig for the High Line Park in New York City. She prototypes her playthings for her company “Heroes Will Rise” on five acres known as Camp Fun in her Hope, Rhode Island workshop which is situated on a retired summer camp filled with toys, drawings, prototype structures, dreams and dogs.
Four esteemed Alaskan architects (Charles Bettisworth, Larry Cash, Wayne Jenson, and John McCool) with decades of experience will participate in a moderated panel discussion in each city. Topics will include the challenges and opportunities of building in the early decades of statehood, Alaskan architectural history, and the historical precedents that have shaped our notion of what constitutes appropriate design responses in a northern environment.
Alongside his work with historic buildings, Hugh is recognized as the world’s leading designer of Polar research facilities and recently completed the space age Halley VI for the British Antarctic Survey. The company’s current workload includes a visitor center for a 12th century castle in York, a hospital on Tristan da Cunha, the world’s most remote inhabited island in the south Atlantic and an archive and visitor facilities for the Foundation of the acclaimed artist, Henry Moore.
"84 Charing Cross Road" by Helene Hanff and adapted by James Roose-Evans is a long distance love story between New York City and London beginning in 1949 and spanning three decades. It will be performed at McPhetres Hall in the Holy Trinity Church every Thursday, Friday and Saturday from Oct. 28 through Nov. 19, with two matinee performances on Sunday, Nov. 13 and Sunday, Nov. 20 at 2 p.m.
Live Community Reading Harry Potter & the Cursed Child part one, 2:30 p.m., Mendenhall Valley Public Library. Ages 8 and up are invited to be cast as one of the readers for the play. All are invited to sit and listen.
Live Community Reading Harry Potter & the Cursed Child part one, 6:30 p.m., Mendenhall Valley Public Library. Ages 8 and up are invited to be cast as one of the readers for the play. All are invited to sit and listen.