Creative Futures: Career Stories
Shane Lavalette, photographer, independent publisher, and co-founder of Assembly, talks about his career, artwork, and upcoming projects.
Rob Stull talks about his career in the comics industry, being selected as artist in residence at the MFA, and reflects on the enduring influence of Hip Hop culture on his art.
Liz Cohen is an artist and educator whose work draws on specialized bodies of knowledge to address themes of immigration, identity, and cultures of resistance.
Thom Solo reflects on his path from sculpture student to founder of his own couture shoe design company.
Tori Baisden, Design Director at Utendahl Creative, talks about design as world-building.
As an artist and organizer, Ernesto ‘Eroc’ Arroyo-Montano uses healing justice, education, and art to address issues of systemic inequality.
Ani Avanian, Product Design Manager at Facebook, talks practical skills for excelling in the design world.
Helina Metaferia is an interdisciplinary artist and educator working with written archives and oral histories to build community and a sense of collective responsibility.
Kate Gilbert is an artist and curator who’s transforming the public art conversation in Boston.
Award-winning set decorator and interior designer Lydia Marks, BFA ’92, talks artistic freedom and shares the secret to storytelling.
Victor Quiñonez shares his interdisciplinary process and the inspiration for his “Neo-Indigenous” style.
An alumna of SMFA at Tufts has built a successful career as a food stylist on high-profile projects.