2020 Exhibition and Experience Design

Cait Giambroni

Cait is a designer and educator living in Cleveland, OH. Cait's research focuses on the relationship between places and people—particularly how the creation of a place represents (or overlooks) the many people who call it home and how that requires designers to rethink place-making methods. Cait is currently a senior designer at Each + Every, a multidisciplinary design studio in Kent, OH, as well as an adjunct instructor at Cleveland State University.

Cait Giambroni
Cleveland State University
Cleveland

Simon Widmer

Simon is the Design Network and Creative Lead in the circular design programme of the Ellen MacArthur Foundation. He believes in the creative power of design and our ability to shape products, services and systems with intention. From the clothes we wear to the buildings we live and work in, to systems that deliver food and mobility - all has been designed and is either fit for a model that is regenerative and can work in the long-term, or for a linear and extractive model.

Simon Widmer
Ellen MacArthur Foundation
England, United Kingdom

Destiny Brady

Destiny Brady is currently a senior in architecture at the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee. Destiny is currently a Robert E. McNair Post Baccalaureate Achievement Program scholar researching the disruption of social networks through urban renewal, looking for ways to disassociate gentrification with displacement. Formerly, Destiny was an intern for Studio Gang Architects and a 3-year Rogers Teen Fellow for the Chicago Architecture Center.

Destiny Brady
University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee
Milwaukee

Danielle Wellings

Danielle Wellings is a Project Manager with the Museum for the United Nations – UN Live. She believes that to achieve the massive change we need to eradicate poverty and inequality, and to stop and reverse the habits and systems harming our collective home, everyone has a voice and a part to play.

Danielle Wellings
Museum for the United Nations
Copenhagen

Ben Millstein

Ben leads communications and marketing for Local Projects, including the development of thought leadership campaigns and other marketing programs. In addition, he manages the studio newsletter, social channels, website, and events, as well as producing documentation for all current studio projects.

Before Local Projects, Ben worked as an account executive at the Chicago-based digital agency Doejo, and as marketing copywriter for MakerBot 3D printers.

Ben Millstein
Local Projects
New York City

Dinah Fried

Dinah Fried
Partner, Small Stuff
Adjunct Faculty and Critic, Rhode Island School of Design, School of Visual Arts, Pratt Institute

Dinah Fried is a designer, educator, and partner at Small Stuff. She holds a BA in English from Tufts University, and an MFA in Graphic Design from the Rhode Island School of Design. Fried is an adjunct at Parsons and has also taught and lectured at RISD, School of Visual Arts and the Pratt Institute.

Dinah Fried
Pratt Institute
New York, NY

Kenneth Lacovara

Kenneth Lacovara, Explorer/Paleontologist/Author

Dr. Kenneth Lacovara has unearthed some of the largest dinosaurs ever to walk the earth, including the massive 65-ton Dreadnoughtus. He is a recipient of The Explorers Club Medal, the highest honor in exploration, previously awarded to pioneers such as Neil Armstrong, Jane Goodall, and Sir Edmund Hillary. His TED talk has been viewed by over two million people, and his book, Why Dinosaurs Matter, published by Simon & Schuster, is a winner of the Nautilus Book Prize.

Kenneth Lacovara
None
Philadelphia

Kubik Maltbie, Inc.

Established in 1961, kubik maltbie has been producing extraordinary experiences for museums throughout North America and internationally for over five decades. Our experience ranges from traveling exhibits and single gallery installations to complete museums. Our portfolio includes a variety of subject matter, including play-based learning and interactives for children and families, corporate spaces, science and natural history galleries, universities, libraries, and local, regional, and national history.

David Denison

David Denison is the Director of Operations for Stark RFID.


David has a background in project management ranging from heavy civil to technical systems including RFID technology. Over the past 12 years he has deployed complex RFID solutions throughout North America. He is an expert in designing and implementing RFID systems that simultaneously optimize patron experience and provide real-time data analytics.

David Denison
StarkRFID
Greenville, SC

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