Wednesday, September 19 2018 | 5:30 pm — 8:00 pm
ALBANY CITY CENTER: WHY DESIGN
Work as Play: How Charles and Ray Eames Built a Legacy by Amusing Themselves
This presentation explores how Charles and Ray Eames’ sense of play shaped their work across disciplines, from furniture design and architecture to exhibitions and film, as well as how that work shaped American Modernism.
Learn about Charles and Ray Eames as individuals and collaborators, focusing on their belief that play is an intrinsic part of meaningful work.
Emily M Dunn, LEED GA, WELL AP, EDAC
Workplace Knowledge Consultant, Performance Environments
This event will provide 0.1 IDCEC CEUs
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