UTSOA Fall 2020 Lecture Series: Michael Bricker | "Design for Narrative: The Architecture of Cinematic Spaces"

UTSOA Fall 2020 Lecture Series: Michael Bricker | "Design for Narrative: The Architecture of Cinematic Spaces"

Join The University of Texas School of Architecture for a lecture with Michael Bricker, live-streamed on the Texas Architecture YouTube channel on Monday, November 9 at 1:00 pm CDT

“Design for Narrative: The Architecture of Cinematic Spaces” | Michael Bricker – Production Designer, Los Angeles

A UTSOA alumnus, Michael Bricker is a production designer and filmmaker whose recent television credits include Dare Me for USA Network and Hit & Run for Netflix. He also designed the first season of Netflix’s Russian Doll, for which he won both an Emmy and an Art Director’s Guild Award for Outstanding Production Design Half Hour. Michael is the Founder of People for Urban Progress, an Indianapolis non-profit that focuses on repurposing urban fabrics and resources. In his lecture, Bricker will explore recent production design work and will discuss how cinematic strategies can be applied to architectural design in order to create more dynamic, meaningful works.

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Cite: "UTSOA Fall 2020 Lecture Series: Michael Bricker | "Design for Narrative: The Architecture of Cinematic Spaces"" 15 Sep 2020. ArchDaily. Accessed . <https://www.archdaily.com/947687/utsoa-fall-2020-lecture-series-michael-bricker-design-for-narrative-the-architecture-of-cinematic-spaces> ISSN 0719-8884

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