Meet the speaker – Milly Brown

Milly Brown is a visual artist and educator. Often working with paper, collage and publishing formats, her practice explores ideas of objectivity, value and editing.

Name: Milly Brown
Job role: Senior Lecturer and Subject Leader on Plymouth College of Art’s  BA (Hons) Fashion Media and Marketing
LinkedIn: Milly Brown

What motivates you to do what you do?

It is important we ALL engage with big data as it increasingly shapes more areas of our lives. If print and publishing can be employed to do that I want to be involved!

How do you start your mornings?

Dog walking

What does a ‘typical’ work day look like?

I work as a senior lecturer at PCA, so most days I am in lectures talking about fashion marketing and publishing, so when I have a day to work on the Continuous Stationery project it’s very different dealing with artists and scientist-a brilliant contrast!

Who do you lunch with?

Myself… at the computer—really boring but true!

When are you most productive?

At night…

What’s one thing you try to do every day?

Some sort of physical exercise, it quietens (some) of the voices in my head!!

What is your talk about?

About artists working scientists to make new connections, generate ideas and form a new community…

What is the best resource for people who want to dive in deeper?

Probably the Instagram (@continuous_stationary)…website and publication coming soon. 

What is the biggest challenge in the industry at the moment? 

Creating space for people to stop and consider how data is shaping their lives…now.


Thanks Milly for your answers! If you want to find out more, come along to our meetup:

February “Design” meetup

Wednesday, Feb 5, 2020, 7:00 PM

Maketank
Paris St Exeter, GB

63 Members Went

Join us at MAKETANK, who are our wonderful meetup hosts for February. Lightning Talks (around the theme of ‘DESIGN’), chat, news and good times await! 7.00pm Welcome 7.20pm Talks Start * Milly Brown from Plymouth College of Art * Frazer Anderson from Exclusiv 3D * John Cowen from Funeral Guide about organising SCSS components for big projects * Dan…

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