The Art Department has invited Jame Anderson (WFU ’93), an architect and designer with the Cultural Studio at SmithGroupJJR in Washington DC to give a talk on Friday, September 22 at 4pm in Scales 102. She will discuss her work in relation to museum planning and design, entitled “Ready, Aim, Build: Creating Museums in the 21st Century.”
Jame’s current work with the Cultural Studio focuses on helping cultural institutions think through their building needs. You can read more about the firm and their work here:
And more about Jame and her background here, including her time at Wake Forest:
Jame will also be available to talk with current students about her work as an exhibition designer and architect, and her career in museums on Friday, September 22 at 2pm in 103 Scales. This is a great opportunity to learn more about careers in exhibition design, architecture, and museum planning as Jame has worked with a wide range of museums in the DC area, from the National Gallery of Art to the Smithsonian Institute Museum of African Art. Coffee and pastries provided.
So that we can plan for seating and food, please RSVP to Morna O’Neill by Wednesday, September 20 if you would like to attend the coffee with Jame.