Take a look at the first year's awesome Physical Computing midterm projects. Some are practical, others are completely wild.
Two Class of 2015 alumni, Amy Wu and Luke Stern, were featured in the past week's New York Times Magazine in a story titled "Makeover Mania - Inside the 21st-Century Craze for Redesigning Everything."
During our Public interfaces class, we visited Cooper Hewitt. For some of us it was the first time and the rest have made their rounds to the museum. The highlight of the visit apart from the ‘Immersion room’ was another exhibition called, ‘By the People, Designing a Better America’. This was showcasing collaborative projects from all over the country.
We caught up with Tom Harman for our latest Alumni Spotlight, who told us a little about his current work at BuzzFeed, taking big risks after graduation, and a few of the people, places, and things inspiring his work today.
As grad students at SVA we have access to something called the Visible Futures Lab. It's a fabrication lab on the 7th floor at SVAs west side location. The…
David Al-Ibrahim, Kohzy Koh, and Elushika Weerakoon's Readi is amongst a collection of student projects Fast Co.Design have called the most innovative student projects of the year.
We caught up with Barbara de Wilde for our latest Alumni Spotlight, who told us all about what she's been up to since graduating, working with The New York Times, on county farmhouses in Pennsylvania, and about the inescapable nature of New York.
We're proud to introduce a new Alumni-in-Residence program designed to support second-year students as they navigate their thesis. We were lucky enough to talk with department chair Liz Danzico, and our very first Alumni-in-Residence Tina Ye to learn a little more.