Tyson Gaskill is executive director of communications and events for the USC Libraries, where he has overseen the libraries’ cultural programming since 2001. He is in charge of the conception, design, and presentation of 4 exhibitions a year at Doheny Memorial Library and is responsible for a variety of large-scale public programs, such as the annual Los Angeles Archives Bazaar.
Stories by Tyson Gaskill:
Digital collection of dance performances finds a home at USC
USC Libraries and the USC Kaufman School of Dance will feature hundreds of cultural performances thanks to a Mellon Foundation grant.
USC Libraries’ Scripter Award honors Call Me by Your Name and The Handmaid’s Tale
The movie and TV series are recognized as the year’s best cinematic adaptation of the written word at Doheny Library.
USC Libraries name finalists for 30th annual Scripter Awards
In a competitive year, tie votes lead to additional nominees for the awards, which honor the authors of printed works alongside the writers who adapt their stories for film and TV.
USC Libraries initiative aims at producing new research
The project puts curators in direct working relationships with scholars who will use the collections to produce findings at USC and beyond.
Wonderland Award showcases whimsy and fresh takes on Alice author Lewis Carroll
The annual competition celebrates the creative talents of students from USC and other Southern California institutions.
Scripter Award honors Moonlight, The Night Manager and The People v. O.J. Simpson
The USC Libraries prize recognizes the authors of printed works alongside the writers who adapt their stories.
Finalists for 29th annual Scripter Award named by USC Libraries
Arrival, Fences, Hidden Figures, Lion and Moonlight receive nods for this year’s ceremony honoring film and TV.
Digital installation wins USC Libraries Wonderland Award
Doheny Memorial Library’s ornate fountain sets the scene for reenactment of a sequence from Lewis Carroll’s whimsical classic.
English major cracks the case behind USC Libraries’ True Crime exhibit
A mixed-reality game centers on a 1930s gangster and half a million in missing gold.
28th annual Scripter Award ceremony has a TV twist
For the first time, this year’s event honoring adaptations of the written word includes episodic television writing.
Whimsy wins out at annual Wonderland Award ceremony
A clever combination of digital sensors and analog construction takes first place at the USC Libraries competition.
The Imitation Game wins USC Libraries Scripter Award
Biography of World War II code-breaker Alan Turing captures the annual honor going to screenwriter and source material.
27th annual Scripter Award finalists named by USC Libraries
Gone Girl, The Imitation Game, Inherent Vice, The Theory of Everything and Wild receive nods for this year’s ceremony.
2014 ‘Wonderland’ takes Lewis Carroll into digital age
“Lewis Carroll Through Two Lenses” is a photographic meditation on the life and career of the renowned author.
12 Years a Slave wins USC Libraries Scripter Award
The film’s Scripter win adds to the growing number of awards for the Fox Searchlight production, including best motion picture in the drama category at the Golden Globes.
USC Libraries name Scripter nominees
The USC Libraries have named the finalists for the 26th annual USC Libraries Scripter Award.
With USC’s Scripter, Argo adds another win to its arsenal
Authors Joshuah Bearman and Antonio Mendez and screenwriter Chris Terrio received the 25th annual USC Libraries Scripter Award for their contributions to Argo on Feb. 9 at Doheny Memorial Library.