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​joseph alcasar terrell

  Joseph Alcasar Terrell  ("creative big wig") is an environmental designer and fine arts curator with years of experience in Southern California, New York and the Southwest. His work encompasses residential and commercial environments as well as public institutions and museums.  As founder/creative director of the Los Angeles design firm, established in 1975, he has designed, curated and installed 185 exhibition for national museums, galleries and cultural centers. The design firm's acknowledgments include; local and national ASID awards, Lighting Designer of the Year 1988 from Cooper Lighting Chicago and 1993/1995 'Honoree' from the Architectural Foundation of Los Angeles and the Museum of Contemporary Art/LA.  The firm has been showcased in the LA Times, Better Homes, Audio Video, Sunset, House Beautiful, Home, Designer's West, OC, Met Home and other design and cultural publications. Terrell has served as a community arts leader and advocate, as a board member  for the Cedars Sinai Arts Council and Senior Curator for the Medical Center's extensive collection '96-'97.  Board member and past president for the Municipal Art Gallery at Barnsdall Park '91-'95, president of the board of directors for the Millicent Rogers Museum Taos New Mexico '90-'94, facility designer and curator for St. Francis Medical Center and Children's Health Center '01-'04, interior design consultant for City of Hope's Radiation/Oncology Center '08-'11 and active member in ASID and IESNA...

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