Deborah Sussman: “to be”

Thursday Nov. 1 at 7pm
Art Center College of Design Los Angeles Times Media Center
1700 Lida Street, Pasadena, CA

Deborah Sussman pioneered the field called “Environmental Graphic Design.” Her contributions to “urban branding” have been internationally applauded, and have influenced generations of designers. Come learn more from Deborah’s experience and wisdom during this fascinating presentation.
A pioneer in environmental graphic design, Deborah was trained at the office of Charles and Ray Eames. She founded Sussman Prejza, whose celebrated “urban branding” projects include city identities, cultural and performing arts centers, retail, corporate and university campuses and US embassies.
Sussman Prejza developed the look of the 1984 Olympic Games in Los Angeles. Other clients include Disney, Hasbro, Museum of the African Diaspora, Amgen, and SC Johnson. Honors include: Dr. of Humane Letters, Bard College; Medalist, AIGA; founder and Fellow, Los Angeles Chapter; Honorary member, AIA; Fellow and recipient of SEGD Golden Arrow Award; elected member of AGI.
This event is free and open to the community. It is hosted in Michael Dooley’s History of Graphic Design course.