Led by the Art Center College of Design’s Associate Professors of Environmental Design, Penny Herscovitch & Dan Gottlieb, and hosted by rOtring creative tools, the 2014 Design Schools Workshop challenges students to re-envision the expressive qualities of paper in the context of ubiquitous computing, much as painting was reinvented after the camera was popularized. Our talented students from global design schools will receive a professional tool set of rOtring creative tools to fuel their work and will be surrounded by Molo’s beautiful paper walls and sittings to create an inspiring environment. Students will also have the ability to print small and large-scale projects using an HP printer and will receive additional guidance during the work in progress reviews. Working together as a team, students from Tama Art University from Tokyo, Centro from Mexico City, and ENSAAMA Olivier de Serres and ENSCI les ateliers from Paris will have the opportunity to take creativity to the next level.
2014 THEME: THE FUTURE OF PAPER
WantedDesign Schools Workshop will challenge students to re-envision the expressive qualities of paper in the context of ubiquitous computing, much as painting was reinvented after the camera was popularized. The student teams will explore how to create a variety of new applications for paper as an creative vehicle rather than as a passive receptor… more
Art Center College of Design’s Associate Professors of Environmental Design, Penny Herscovitch & Dan Gottlieb, will lead the 2014 workshop.
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The Design Schools Workshop schedule will be announced soon: kick off, guest design professionals work in progress reviews, students public presentation with the jury committee.