This Thursday, the Museum of Arts and Design (MAD) will host a panel discussion on the impact of punk graphic arts on American design. Moderated by design historian Steven Heller, the talk coincides with MAD’s current exhibition Too Fast to Live, Too Young to Die: Punk Graphics, 1976–1986.
Speaking at the event are Andrew Blauvelt, exhibition curator for Too Fast to Live, Too Young to Die, Director of the Cranbrook Art Museum, and Curator at Large for Design at MAD; Glen Cummings, creative director and principal of MTWTF; Steffi Ibis Duarte, Assistant Curator for the American Folk Art Museum; and John Holstrom, underground cartoonist and writer. Each panelist, with their individual expertise on the world of punk graphic arts, will bring their own take to what is sure to be a robust and enriching conversation.
When: Thursday, May 9, 6:30 pm
Where: Museum of Arts and Design, Jerome and Simona Chazen Building, 2 Columbus Circle, Hell’s Kitchen, Manhattan
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