Listen to the audio from this event in Ep. 3 of our podcast. Listen here!
Join us on Tuesday, March 29th at Wythe Hotel's Screening Room & Bar for TGD Live featuring special guests, Emily Oberman and Adam J. Kurtz!
7pm Doors open | Refreshments available (cash bar)
7:30pm Enjoy the show (runs 50-60 minutes)
8:30-10pm Stay and hang | Refreshments available (cash bar)
ABOUT THE SERIES
TGD Live is a monthly event series that brings together today's artists, makers, and risk-takers for interviews and performances in front of a live studio audience. Each TGD Live event is recorded and audio will be syndicated online for everyone to enjoy—not just those lucky enough to attend.
SPECIAL THANKS TO
Emily Oberman is a multi-disciplinary designer and partner at Pentagram New York. Born in Yonkers, NY, she studied at the Cooper Union for the Advancement of Science and Art and began her career working with Tibor Kalman at M&Co. In 1993, Emily cofounded the design studio Number Seventeen with her partner, Bonnie Siegler. She joined Pentagram’s New York office as partner in April 2012. Throughout her career, she has created work for notable clients, including Benetton (the 2004 redesign of Colors), NBC Universal (logos for 30 Rock, Late Night with Jimmy Fallon, and Saturday Night Live, André Balazs Properties (Mercer Hotel, Sunset Beach, Chateau Marmont), MTV, HBO, Nickelodeon, and This American Life, among many others. She currently teaches at the School of Visual Arts.
Adam J. Kurtz is a New York City-based artist and author whose first book, 1 Page at a Time: A Daily Creative Companion (Penguin Random House, 2014) has been translated into over a dozen languages. He is primarily concerned with creating honest, accessible work, including a range of small gift products, his self-published Unsolicited Advice calendar series, and collaborations with Tumblr, Urban Outfitters, Fishs Eddy and others. In addition to products, he has worked on freelance projects for clients like the New York Times, Pepsi, and Adobe.