Road Shows are your opportunity to meet with organizations across the country. These trips focus on a city and an industry, and are open to all WashU students. During the trip, you will have the opportunity to meet WashU alumni working and living in the city, as well as tour and meet with select organizations.
Recent Road Shows have taken place remotely due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Past in-person Road Show destinations included:
- Los Angeles (Fashion, with visits to 24 Seven, Chanel, Fred Segal, Guess, and Hybrid Apparel)
- New York (Fashion; Art Direction + Design, with visits to 1stAveMachine, 2x4, Moment, Saatchi & Saatchi, 72andSunny, and Verizon)
- Chicago (Art Design & Direction, with visits to Studio Blue, Morningstar, Thirst, Wright Action House, Greater Good Design, and VSA; Artists, Arts Organizations, & Cultural Institutions, with visits to the Art Institute of Chicago, Museum of Contemporary Art, Richard Gray Gallery, Rebuild Foundation, studio of alum Ginny Sykes, Smart Museum of Art, and Metal Magic Fabricators)
- Silicon Valley (Art Direction + Design, with visits to IDEO, Method, frog, Pinterest, Levi Strauss & Co., YouTube/Google, Facebook, and DreamWorks Animation)
Adam Rubin, BFA in Communication Design ’05
Adam Hogan, MFA in Visual Art ’14