November 13, 2020 @ 8:30 am – 9:30 am
Join ArtTable’s DC Chapter for a presentation and conversation with Jame Anderson, SmithGroup Director of Cultural Practice. This event is free for ArtTable members and $5 for non-members.
About Jame Anderson
Originally an artist turned exhibits fabricator, Jame studied architecture leading to her first tenure with SmithGroup. Jame went on to serve as a Senior Architect and Exhibitor Designer at the National Gallery of Art, where she designed hundreds of special exhibitions and other projects before returning to SmithGroup to lead the Cultural Practice. Some notable projects include the National Museum of the American Indian, the Gilcrease Museum of American Art, the Lumpkin’s Slave Jail Site/Devil’s Half Acre interpretive site, and the renovation and expansion of The Franklin Institute.
“There are stories to tell everywhere – we must look for every opportunity to make our world more beautiful, have more meaning, and better engage with one another.”
Jame holds a combined BA in Studio Art and Art History from Wake Forest University and an M-Arch from the Rhode Island School of Design. She lives in the DC burbs with her spouse Neel and 13-year-old fiddle playing daughter and personal hero, Clare.
Thank you to Caitlin Berry, ArtTable Washington, D.C. Chapter Co-Chair.