1/22: SDS Graduate To Curate Local Cultural Event
Posted January 22, 2007
Cate Brandt graduated from SDS in 1996. Last summer she returned to
“I had a wonderful 13 years at SDS. I was always encouraged to speak out, ask questions and challenge myself by both my teachers and my peers. Two major influences on my development as a student at the Day School were
I went on to major in Studio Art at Wellesley College because of my experiences at the Day School in Mrs. Corbin's classes.
When I left
However, while glancing through an urban planning jobs section of a favorite website, I noticed a job available working for the city of
This is a very exciting and dynamic time in the history of our city, and I feel very lucky to be a part of making
The existence of Hub-Bub has made my transition into life here much easier. Being a former art student and big city resident, the vitality and diversity of the people and events at Hub-Bub creates a unique forum for experiences and ideas. My husband, Aaron, and I are hosting an event at Hub-Bub this Saturday, the 27th, called Talk20 Spartanburg. It is an event that we were involved with in graduate school, and Hub-Bub seemed to be the perfect place to host the event.
We will have 11 people present 20 slides each, speaking for 20 seconds per slide, about a topic of their choice. The intent of the event is to allow the dissemination of different perspectives to an audience in a finite period of time. We hope to continue Talk20 as perhaps a quarterly event at Hub-Bub - we will see how the inaugural one goes!
I encourage SDS students and teachers to attend Talk20 - you will get a window into the minds of 11 creative members of the