Amie Tullius is a writer and arts administrator who haunts the vibrant bohemian enclaves of Salt Lake City, Utah. Her work includes fiction, essays, art criticism, and curatorial/collaborative projects, including a series of peripatetic literary journals that travel the country by Amtrak train. She earned an MFA in Writing from California College of the Arts in San Francisco. She is a collaborator and board member for an upstart Utah-based international dance/design company, NOW-ID, and is director of sales for a contemporary fine art gallery.
How a 100-Year-Old House is Transforming L.A.’s Toughest Neighborhood Presented by Nest The motto at The Big House is "Don't move, improve."
Looking for the Next Big Social Movement? Check the House Next Door. Presented by Nest When a private home is opened up as a community space, it often becomes the incubator of a movement.
What a Scuba Diver with a Spinal Cord Injury Has to Teach Us About the Learning Process Presented by Project Literacy Starting over with the bare essentials of life can offer important insights into learning at any age. #ProjectLiteracy
How Good Design Helped Bring Light to a Remote Area of Indonesia Presented by Panasonic 1.3 billion people around the world live without electricity. Here’s how a design challenge is starting to change that.