Directed by Helene Klodawsky
Runtime: 78 min
Combining nostalgia, dazzling architecture, pop culture, economics and politics, this film examines North America’s most popular and profitable suburban destination – the enclosed shopping center.
Followed by a discussion with Bim Oliver and Amy Lukas.
Bim Oliver is a consultant specializing in historic preservation and economic development. His previous real jobs include State Coordinator for the Utah Main Street Program and Programs Manager for the Utah Microenterprise Loan Fund. Bim has a Masters in Public Administration from the University of Utah.
Amy Lukas – Managing Partner and Co-Founder, Infinite Scale Design Group. Infinite Scale Design Group. Infinite Scale is a specialized graphic design studio integrating brand strategy into environment and event design. Amy’s role provides the design foundation for all projects, as she is the organizational leader of Infinite Scale’s studio process. Her skills include not only design but also figuring out how to make complicated projects such as the Super Bowl come to life. Her extensive background in large-scale projects has given her the experience of creating custom management databases to manage the project to be on schedule, on budget and a huge success.
Presented in partnership with the Utah Heritage Foundation, AIA Utah, Young Architects of Utah, and University of Utah College of Architecture and Planning.
Sponsored by 3form and VCBO Architecture.