Clothes that Move: Why and How? Artist Talk with Lea Albaugh
Tuesday, Dec 2nd, starting at 5PM
Frank-Ratchye STUDIO for Creative Inquiry
CFA 111, Carnegie Mellon University
Clothes that Move: Why and How? is an artist talk with one of the current fellows at Frank-Ratchye STUDIO for Creative Inquiry.
Lea Albaugh is currently a freelance designer and consultant with Disney Research Pittsburgh. Her background is in Architectural Studies and Tangible Design at Carnegie Mellon University and she is also an alumna of Hacker School in New York City. She is involved with maker skill education, and has worked as a teaching artist with MAKESHOP at the Children’s Museum of Pittsburgh with a focus on teaching textile arts and new media to older children and educators. Her previous robotic textile work has been exhibited with the Rossum’s artist collective in Pittsburgh and the Border Town design studio in Toronto, Ontario. She also works in interactive narrative and video game art, including a piece in the inaugural Vector Game Art Festival in Toronto.