Tara Webb is a Swarthmore alum and a theatre artist specializing in costume design. She is especially interested in the nodes where technology and performance intersect as well as how to create more sustainability in the arts. She has collaborated with companies in New York and Philadelphia on productions that include substantial multimedia components. Current design work consists of costume adventures in academic settings for the drama and/or dance programs at institutions that include Juniata College, MIT, Swarthmore College, and Drexel University. Recent professional work in Philadelphia includes costumes for Martha Graham Cracker at the National Museum for American Jewish History, props and costumes for Midway Avenue, The Garden and Return, Return Departure with Nichole Canuso Dance Company, and costumes for New Paradise Laboratories’ 27. She was a 2014 artist-in-residence at the Hacktory and spends her spare time thinking about how the outposts of our curated future in art or performance can be elevated by technology. For more information about her design work go to tarawebb.com.