LA Modernism Workshop with Jon Yoder
14 students, led by Dean Mark Mistur and assistant professor Rui Liu, created two designs for the Snow and Ice Competition. One, named "THRICE", was created into a full-blown ice sculpture.
Moriyama-San, Directed by Ila Beka and Louise Lemoine, 2017, was screened in the Cene Lecture Hall.
BIG TIME, Directed by Kaspar Astrup Schröder, 2017, held its premier Cleveland screening at the Cleveland Institute of Art’s (CIA’s) Cinematheque. It was followed by a panel discussion led by Dean Mark Mistur, and Professors Diane Davis-Sikora, Jean Jaminet and Jon Yoder.
Catch up with your fellow Kent State University CAED alumni and friends from 7-9 p.m. at a special reception at Piero's. 355 Convention Center Dr., Las Vegas, NV 89109 RSVP For more details, contact Marti Ring or call 330-672-0932.
The lobbies of New York City - soaring or compact, utilitarian or spectacularly decorated - operate at the juncture between outside and inside, mediating between the dynamic urban space of the metropolis and the precise, orderly space of the interior. The lobby adjudicates between conflicting speeds and scales. It builds nested layers of privacy and security, it buffers against environmental discomfort, it filters sounds and smells, softens lighting, stages the display of bodies, and it hints at aesthetic pleasures within. The lobby regulates, anticipates, welcomes, foreshadows, and shields. The interior design programs of Lebanese American University & Kent State University are offering a joint workshop to study the lobbies of New York City. Students from both countries will collaborate to document and analyze this remarkable category of interior space. We will also visit cultural institutions and design firms across the city.