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Setting the Scene: Tips from Hollywood
How can you take inspiration from Hollywood sets and design your own “stage” at home?

In an exclusive talk for Jefferson, Textile, and Philadelphia University alumni, Emmy Award-winning set decorator Kim Wannop, BS ’99 Interior Design, shares the lessons she’s learned on set in hit shows like “The Good Place,” “Veep,” and “Parks & Recreation.”

Whether you’re looking to prepare your home for sale, wanting to spruce up your home office, or interested in learning how Hollywood designs spaces for both form and function, Kim will help you to rethink how to design for the eye.

Mar 18, 2021 07:00 PM in Eastern Time (US and Canada)

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Kimberly Wannop, BS '99 Interior Design
Emmy Award-Winning Set Decorator; Host, “Decorating Pages” Podcast
Kimberly Wannop, BS ’99, is an Emmy-winning set decorator for her work on the HBO comedy series "VEEP." Originally from Philadelphia, she moved to Los Angeles after attending Philadelphia University, and her work can be seen on the sets of "Bones," "Parks and Recreation," "VEEP," "The Good Place," and the upcoming Netflix feature film "Moxie." Wannop also started her own podcast three years ago to highlight the work of production design in TV and film, “Decorating Pages.” Currently, she is decorating the FX series "American Crime Story: The Impeachment of William Jefferson Clinton." You can visit her work at www.kimberlywannop.com.