Graphic Design Hosts Screening, Interview with Professor Emerita Inge Druckrey
Q&A with renowned designer/educator, the film's subject, and filmmaker Andrei Severny to follow screening of 'Teaching to See'
Updated October 16, 2013
The Graphic Design program presents a screening and interview with UArts Professor Emerita Inge Druckrey, the renowned designer and educator who was one of the first designers to bring the Swiss philosophy of design to the U.S.
This event will take place on October 23 from 7 to 8:30 p.m. in Connelly Auditorium in Terra Hall (211 S. Broad Street, Philadelphia).
Please note: This event is standing room only.
Screening will be "Teaching to See," an insightful documentary by contemporary filmmaker Andrei Severny that showcases Druckrey's celebrated work and a 40-plus year career that includes teaching at the Kansas City Art Institute, the Kunstgwerbeschule in Krefeld, Germany, the Philadelphia College of Art, Yale University, the University of Hartford, Rhode Island School of Design and the University of the Arts.
The 37-minute film includes heartfelt testimonials by other designers, colleagues and former students, including UArts alumnus and noted designer Ken Carbone BFA '73 (Graphic Design).
Internationally recognized typeface designer and calligrapher Kris Holmes will interview Druckrey and Severny following the screening.