The project of having events for kids, where they can show up to the museum and find a safe place to just let their minds go. A place where schools get to come in and talk about what the future holds. That project is one that I have found myself directly in the middle of and I’ve never felt more fulfilled.
Anthony Morey is a Los Angeles-based designer, writer, theorist, and curator. Currently, he is the Executive Director & Chief Curator at a+d museum along with being an editor-at-large of Architect, a discussion moderator at Harvard University Graduate School of Design, and Design Studio Faculty at USC in Los Angeles. His work and research is invested in the tensions between text, psychology and image and their relationship to architecture and art.
Anthony is a co-founder and chief curator of a one-night stand for art & architecture (ons-la), an ongoing curation experiment in cultural representation along with it’s journal, Morning After. He is also a co-founder and editor in chief, of masks the journal, a publication founded while at Harvard’s Graduate School of Design that particularly focuses on the rifts between the subconscious and conscious tensions in the creative arts and the various tangencies within them. Anthony obtained his undergraduate degree in architecture from the Southern California Institute of Architecture (SCI-Arc) with distinction, and his masters with commendation in History and Philosophy of Architecture from the Harvard Graduate School of Design.
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