Jerry Kathman will speak at the University of Cincinnati College of Design, Architecture, Art, and Planning on Wednesday, February 22. He’ll examine the role of curiosity in his career in the form of “A Poorly Constructed Lecture in Three Largely Unrelated Parts,” which explores how a designer’s success is strongly based in an insatiable curiosity about all manner of things. Outlining his experience at LPK, he’ll present six key historical events that led to the world design consultancies inhabit today.
Kathman will also discuss his recent discovery of writing as a passion in his life, sharing highlights from a paper he read at the Literary Club of Cincinnati just a few months ago. (A copy of that paper can be downloaded here.)