Todd Oldham to speak on May 2

FINE ARTS LECTURE SERIES Wednesday, May 2nd @ 6pm in RISD’s Chace Center Metcalf Auditorium
Booksigning to follow presentation
Free tickets now available at Center for Student Involvement in Carr Haus

Distinguished as an innovator of accessible design, Todd Oldham is the founder of Todd Oldham Studio, a full-service design firm. Originally a New York fashion designer and host on MTV’s “House of Style,” Todd’s career has evolved to include all areas of design, from interior design, film and photography, to furniture, graphic art and product design. Todd is also the author of several books, including “Charley Harper: An Illustrated Life,” “Kid Made Modern,” “Hand Made Modern,” “Joan Jett,” and “Wayne White.”

Effervescent, energetic, and engaged, Todd’s remarkable career can be summed up by a dizzying list of roles: fashion designer, television personality, interior designer, product designer, graphic designer, film director, photographer, and author. In his latest book, Todd has turned his keen eye on his design counterpart of the last century, the master of prolific positive sentiment in design, Alexander Girard.

Fine Arts Lecture Series, Todd Oldham

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