Young Design Alumni Lecture Series: Ryan Belock


Location: 226 Design Center West Lake Hall

As part of the Young Design Alumni Lecture Series, University of Notre Dame 2012 Design graduate Ryan Belock will be lecturing on PROJECTION DESN 101: the modern drama of video production, graphic design, music, and entertainment technology.


Ryan Belock (Interdisciplinary Artist) is a 2011/12 graduate of the University of Notre Dame with a degree in Music Performance (Percussion), FTT (Theatre), and Graphic Design. He is currently a third­year MFA candidate in Integrated Media for Live Performance at the University of Texas at Austin. His work concentrates on establishing projected media as a scene partner and movement for the performer­designer. Belock’s thesis, RE/CONNECT (Spring 2015) is an interdisciplinary (arduino LED costumes, immersive video projections, movement, and live music) performance about the fascination with current trends in communication technology and intimacy. Recent credits: "Max" in Dial "M" For Murder, In the Heights, Orchid (UT Theatre & Dance); And Then They Came For Me (Indiana Repertory Theatre); Dream of Perfect Sleep (UT New Theatre); COLOSSAL, Dead Mall (Cohen New Works Festival); A Woman in Morocco (Butler School of Music); Killer Women (ABC); and Historia de Amor (TEATROCINEMA ­ Santiago, Chile). Upcoming: The Masked Ball (Austin Lyric Opera), Into the Woods (Butler School of Music).