Design and Build in China
Tuesday, 26 Oct 2010 at 6:00 pm – Alliant Energy-Lee Liu Auditorium, Howe HallBroc Smith has over twenty years of experience in costume, prop and stage design and construction, and theatre performance. He began working in Asia in 1992, beginning with exhibitions and events in Singapore. He helped create China's first world-class water park in Shanghai, interiors for Asia's largest aquarium in Pudong, and was a principle designer for Happy Valley Beijing, China's largest theme park to date. Smith has been a senior designer for multinational companies as well as an independent freelancer. The author of The Tragic Kingdom, he is currently the Design Director for Longri Landscape Company based in Shenzhen. Part of the Technology, Globalization & Culture Series.
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