Doug Clouse will speak about the career of graphic and exhibition designer Ray Komai at the Brooklyn Heights Montessori School on February 1. As part of the school’s Literary Week, the night gathers a variety of writers from the school’s extended community to talk about recent and ongoing projects.
Doug’s talk will be based on his 2016 book Ray Komai: Design for America, which not only showcases Komai’s beautiful work, but tells the story of Komai’s path from forced internment in California during World War II to working for the United States government.
The evening’s other speakers are Rafi Kohan, author of The Arena, a book about American stadiums, Paul Downs Collazio, screenwriter of the upcoming film Brittany Runs a Marathon, and Alison Roman, who will talk about her cookbook Dining In.
If you would like to attend, please email email@example.com.
The school is at 185 Court Street, Brooklyn.
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