Second Story—Fifteen Years on the Line: A Survey of the Evolution of Interactive Media, 1994-2009
August 31 - September 28, 2009
Visual Arts alumna Julie Beeler kicks off the Reynolds Gallery 2009 - 2010 calendar with her exhibition, Fifteen Years on the Line: A Survey of the Evolution of Interactive Media, 1994-2009. Inspired by the very first Second Story project — the clothespin multimedia mailer "Pinch"—this two-part show features over 200 Second Story projects, complemented by a playful exhibition of Beeler's exquisite handmade art quilts.
Julie Beeler (BFA '92) is the co-founder of Second Story Interactive Studios in Portland, Oregon. With a background in visual design, art history, and the liberal arts, Julie leads the studio in shaping unique, innovative, interactive experiences that pique curiosity, spur discovery, and inspire audiences. Julie has defined and sustained an approach to interactive media design that focuses on reaching diverse audiences while pushing the limits of technological innovation. From concept through completion, Julie interacts with various industry disciplines, guiding the studio to realize holistic approaches to successful projects. Julie is a frequent speaker at various conferences and schools across the country on topics ranging from interactive design methodologies to usability and the marriage of rich content and technology.
University of the Pacific, "Second Story—Fifteen Years on the Line: A Survey of the Evolution of Interactive Media, 1994-2009" (2009). Reynolds Gallery Exhibits Archive. 78.