There are many different pathways in the field of design. Join us on February 18, as we learn about the evolving career of artist and designer Allison Choi Braun, as she discusses her work in textile, fashion, and costume design. Learn about the evolution of her fine art work, and her transition from college to the demanding corporate design world, and her current projects in the film and television industry. Discover how textile, fashion and costume work is all interconnected; with similarities in concept and design. Be inspired to branch out in your own career!
Thursday, February 18 br>
6:00 doors, 6:30 presentation
Jabara Flexible Theater – View Map
De Mattias Fine Arts Center
(Parking located West of the building)
Tickets available at the door!
Student AIGA Members – $10 br>
AIGA Members – $15 br>
Students – $15 br>
Non-Members - $20
Allison Choi Braun is a multi-talented costume and textile designer. Having designed extensively for brands such as Calvin Klein, Vera Wang, Lucky Brand Jeans and Martha Stewart, her design work is sold in North and South America and Asia. In conjunction with designing textiles for fashion and soft home products, Allison has designed costumes for film, television and theater. She has worked on films such as "Insurgent" starring Shailene Woodley, "Bone Tomahawk" starring Kurt Russell and "Pottersville" starring Michael Shannon. She has styled numerous commercials for television and online. Her clients include Lexus, Microsoft, McDonald's, Mattel, Bravo, NFL, Payless, and Ubisoft.