Saturday, October 27
1:00 p.m. – 2:30 p.m.
Katie Murphy Amphitheatre
$30 after Oct 25
Purchasing a ticket for this program entitles you to complimentary access to the Exhibition Hall.
Design phenomenon Todd Oldham has launched a line of art supplies with a modern twist for Target called Kid Made Modern and also redesigned environments for the Sundance film festival. He has created award-winning fashions and also written and produced more than 15 books on design, photography, film, and illustration, showcasing underexamined modern talents like Alexander Girard and Charley Harper. He also reads—a lot—everything from authors such as Dorothy Parker and Amy and David Sedaris to books by artists Cindy Sherman and Tim Hawkinson, film director Sidney Lumet, and designers Roberto Burle Marx and Tony Duquette.
In this conversation with New York magazine’s Design Editor, Wendy Goodman, he talks about many of these wide-ranging interests and achievements and more.
Following the program, audience members will be invited to specially designated areas in the Exhibition Hall for book signings and informal conversation with the speakers.