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Lisa Strausfeld named 2019 Wm. O. Steinmetz ’50 Designer-in-Residence
Maryland Institute College of Art
Above: Lisa Strausfeld. Courtesy MICA.
Above: Lisa Strausfeld. Courtesy MICA.

Lecture: March 11, 2019, 7pm

Brown Center at MICA
Falvey Hall
1301 Mount Royal Ave.
21201 Baltimore, MD

www.mica.edu
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Strausfeld is renowned internationally for her work in design and technology, particularly information visualizations

Lisa Strausfeld is an information architect, data visualization entrepreneur, and principal of Informationart. She is a senior researcher at The New School, where she is envisioning new ways to experience information. At Bloomberg LP, she was Global Head of Data Visualization and then Creative Director of Bloomberg View. As a partner at Pentagram, her clients included One Laptop per Child, GE, MIT, and the New York Times. Lisa received the 2010 Cooper Hewitt National Design Award for Interaction Design. She holds four patents related to user interfaces and has been a Senior Scientist at the Gallup Organization since 2006. Lisa has a BA from Brown in art history and computer science, an MArch in architecture from Harvard, and an MS from the MIT Media Lab.

Named after the late MICA alumnus, faculty member and longtime trustee William Steinmetz (1927–2016), the Wm. O. Steinmetz ’50 Designer-in-Residence program was established in 2009 to enhance MICA’s design culture by bringing outstanding practitioners to campus to share their valuable experiences and perspectives with students, faculty and the public. The residency was created thanks to an endowment fund established by Steinmetz’s spouse, Betty Cooke ‘46 as well as gifts from others in honor of him.

Past Steinmetz Residency recipients include Richard Niessen, Chip Kidd, Karin Fong, Cameron Sinclair and, most recently, Conflict Kitchen co-founders Jon Rubin, Dawn Weleski and Zachary Lieberman.

Graduate Study at MICA
Maryland Institute College of Art’s graduate school has been recognized in the top 10 in the nation by U.S. News & World Report. With 20 unique graduate degree and certificate programs, MICA offers a rigorous experience for highly motivated artists, designers, writers, curators and educators seeking to realize a personal vision, gain the skills and connections needed for professional success, and develop meaningful, collaborative relationships and networks. For a full list of graduate programs and opportunities, click here.

March 1, 2019

location

Brown Center at MICA, Baltimore