Associate Professor of Design at The Art Institute of Phoenix Featured on "NPR"
July 22, 2016
Alison King, graphic design instructor at The Art Institute of Phoenix, was featured on NPR station KJZZ for her Instagram campaign, #thisplacematters. Alison’s interview covered the “Top 25 Midcentury Marvels” in Phoenix, a project she’s been working on in her spare time as a community activist for the Postwar Architecture Task Force of Greater Phoenix.
See the interview here: http://kjzz.org/content/333751/phoenix-group-works-save-mid-century-building
Learn more about the “Top 25 Midcentury Marvels” here: postwararchitecture.com
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