A 2008 graduate of Wright State University's film and production design program,
Beachler won the 2017 Art Directors Guild Award for Production Design for that theatrical music video.
She will give the prestigious prize to the Wright State Motion Pictures program on "indefinite loan" in honor of her Wright State classmate, Carole Trevino.
The 31-year-old Wilberforce woman was killed in a 2007 automobile accident while working on a film near Shreveport, La.
>> Read Carole Trevino’s remembrance here
W. Stuart McDowell, a Wright State professor and Department of Theatre, Dance and Motion Pictures artistic director, will moderate a discussion with Beachler following her talk.
Bleacher won high praise for her work on “Moonlight,” “Miles Ahead,” and “Creed.”
A Centerville High School graduate, Hannah Beachler is the production designer on the upcoming Marvel movie "Black Panther."
>> RELATED: Wright State grad plays pivotal role in much-anticipated Marvel movie
The Ryan Coogler sci-fi action adventure stars Chadwick Boseman, Michael B. Jordan, Oscar nominee Angela Bassett and Oscar winners Forest Whitaker and Lupita Nyong'o.
It is set to be released in theaters nationwide in February.