Join us for the next in our lecture series featuring four speakers giving four talks in forty minutes. This month’s topic:
Curatorial strategies are spilling out of galleries and museums and into our everyday design practices. As emphasis shifts from designer to consumer, the vital role of designer is often that of mediator, shaping ideas and content created by others into another user experience. How have these new pivots changed the role of designer from one of artisan to one of curator? Four lecturers speak to curation as a way of design life, and how their audiences learn from, are inspired by, and gain insights from it.
- Jen Bekman, Founder/Curator Jen Bekman Gallery + 20×200
- Nicholas Felton, Graphic Designer, co-founder, Daytum
- Rebekah Hodgson, Forthcoming Faculty, MFA Interaction Design
- Jason Kottke, Blogger, Designer, kottke.org
Wednesday, March 11
6:30PM – 8:30PM PM (THIS FREE EVENT HAS BEEN “SOLD OUT”)
145 E Houston Street b/t 1st and 2nd Avenues (View Map)
Select attendees will receive gifts from our event partner, Veer, “Elements for Creativity.”
About the Lecture Series
The Dot Dot Dot Lecture Series is meant for broad explorations of interaction design, business, and aesthetic inspiration. Practitioners and thought leaders give short talks in an informal setting. Wisdom will be revealed and methods will be shared in a environment intended to satisfy both social and scholarly pursuits.
About MFA in Interaction Design
The MFA in Interaction Design program trains students to research, analyze, prototype, and design concepts in their business, social, and cultural contexts. Today, business success depends on the presence of a well-designed, engaging experience, and the new MFA in Interaction Design program explores the strategic role of interaction design in shaping everyday life.