by Samantha Sartori In grad school, we read a lot of case studies. This quarter in our Business Models course, we’re discovering the importance for companies to be able to shift their business model when the time is right. So when we took a visit to wndr museum and met with their team, it ended
What is your current role(s)/project(s)/business and what are your responsibilities? I am the director of Fu Qiumeng Fine Art in Upper East Side Manhattan. My responsibilities include sourcing consignments for New York and Beijing exhibitions, completing donation and collection appraisals, developing collaborative business opportunities, designing interpretive and immersive thematic exhibitions, and planning and hosting events
By Hannah Arata Ellen Lupton, Curator of Contemporary Design at Cooper-Hewitt, National Design Museum in New York City recently gave a lively talk to the Northwestern community on the relationship between experimental artists and commercial design. Her talk parallels the current exhibit at Northwestern’s Block Museum of Art, “Up is Down: Mid-Century Experiments in Advertising
By Thomas Wall What do the famous shower scene from Alfred Hitchcock’s Pyscho and baby lotion have in common? More than you might think.
By Miya Williams Kelsey Wright is eager to go to school in her own backyard and then remain in Chicago after graduation from the MSCLE program. The Windy City native dreams of teaching art classes and hopes Northwestern will give her the tools necessary to “put [her] dream into action.”
By Amy Ross By Amy Ross The future sustainability of dance depends as much on nurturing extraordinary artists as it does on cultivating an audience, true “dance citizens.” This is the philosophy behind DanceWorks Chicago, an organization founded in 2007 to provide a laboratory for early career performers while reaching out to the community. On