Veronica Klucik, ECON and IA 2018
TECHnically Creative: Georgia Tech Alumni and the Arts
Monday, February 22, 2021, 11 a.m.
A virtual conversation with Georgia Tech Alumni working in creative fields.
Veronica Klucik, ECON and IA 2018, is the exhibitions manager at the Museum of Design Atlanta (MODA) and co-curator of the exhibition, Learning from Nature: The Future of Design. She is drawn to the dynamism of design -- an entity both reactionary and explanatory, interdisciplinary by nature, and concerned with both function and form and the power of storytelling and play to share big ideas, bring people together, and inspire innovation.
Veronica holds a B.S. in Economics and International Affairs from Georgia Tech and a M.S. of Sustainable Urbanism from University College London, where she found her niche in the convergence of the designed and the natural. Her big loves in life are throwing pottery, a holistic approach to wellness, and encouraging equitable climate change adaptation and resilience through community building.
This discussion will be recorded in advance.
In this series, Georgia Tech Arts hosts virtual conversations with Georgia Tech alumni working in the arts and creative fields. While many Yellow Jackets go into careers in line with what they studied at school, there are some who find themselves putting their degrees to use within creative industries. Learn how these Georgia Tech alumni intertwined their passions with their degrees to chart exciting career paths while leading and championing innovation.