Alie Kilts

Alie Kilts

Brooklyn, NY, US

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Experienced manager with a demonstrated history of working in events, advertising and media production. Skilled in photography, graphic design, Adobe suite and web mapping. Strong marketing professional with a Master's degree focused in Design and Urban Ecologies from The New School and an undergraduate degree in RTV Journalism from The University of Montana. 



The Healthy Materials Lab, New York, NY, US, Researcher

We are Healthy Materials Lab, a design research lab at Parsons School of Design. We are dedicated to a world in which people’s health is placed at the center of all design decisions. We are committed to raising awareness about toxics in building products and to creating resources for the next generation of designers and architects to make healthier places for all people to live.

Feb 2018 - current

NYC Department of Transportation, New York, NY, US, College Aid

DOT Art & Event Programming commissions and oversees the installation of temporary public artwork on DOT property throughout the five boroughs and curates and manages programming at annual large-scale, car-free events including, Summer Streets and Car Free Earth Day. Public art and event programming activates the public realm and enhances the quality of life for all New Yorkers. Temporary public artwork beautifies DOT infrastructure by transforming sidewalks, fences, triangles, medians, bridges, jersey barriers, step streets, public plazas and pedestrianized spaces into canvases and foundations for colorful murals, dynamic projections and eye-catching sculptures installed by artists in partnership with community based-nonprofit organizations. Event programming is presented through three categories: public art, performance and activities relating to environmentalism, outdoor recreation, arts and culture, and health and wellness. In addition, DOT Art coordinates conservation and maintenance of DOT’s permanent art collection and collaborates with the NYC Department of Cultural Affairs (DCLA) Percent for Art Program to commission permanent art as part of the Percent for Art law.

May 2018 - Aug 2019


Parsons The New School for Design, New York, NY, US, Masters, Design and Urban Ecologies

The 60-credit Master of Science in Design and Urban Ecologies program radically reframes the study of urban environments and design approaches to cities. By combining urban planning, policy, urban design, activism, and community practice, students gain the skills and expertise needed to address contemporary urban challenges. In line with The New School’s historic commitment to environmental and social justice, students design and implement strategic projects to bring about transformative change in urban environments on a global scale.

Aug 2017 - May 2019