How can design, architecture, and art give valuable answers to societal challenges we meet today? This summer our students, alumni, and faculty together with students from design schools across Scandinavia worked together on a design challenge at the intersection of the urban and the "un-urban" in Træna, Norway, a village on a tiny island in the Arctic Circle. Alumna Katarina Yee was there and lets us know what they accomplished.
Un-Urban Experiments is a summer workshop that brings together students from New York and Scandinavia to work on a design challenge at the intersection of the urban and the "un-urban" in Træna, Norway, a village in the Arctic Circle.
This July, spend your evenings in a meaningful exploration of Interaction Design as a part of our Summer Intensive program.
Entrepreneurial Design, taught by Gary Chou and Christina Xu, asks first-year students to launch a Kickstarter project that raises $1,000 and gets 50 backers. Last week students launched their Kickstarters and now you can learn more about their projects which run the gamut from galleries for the marginalized to activity kits for the kids, and from underwater photography photobooks to library love letters.
Students Amsha Kalra, Christine Lawton and Amy Ashida were interviewed by Verizon News about their Hubble project which attempts to teach children about the real world using new technologies.
Second-year student Katarina Yee and her team, Team Pirouette, won the IxD18 Student Design Challenge with their project keyHue.
The grant winners of NYC Media Lab's Verizon and Combine programs have been announced and there are winners from SVA!
Out of a global entry pool, students Amy Ashida and Katarina Yee were selected as finalists in the IxDA Student Design Challenge.
We’re pleased to announce that online applications are open! Prospective students for the Class of 2020 can now apply online through January 15, 2018. Find…
Meet the 20 students who will make up the Class of 2019. Over the next few weeks, we’ll highlight three incoming students at a time. Today: Paula Daneze, Rachel Balma, Xiaoxi Yuan (Lulu), and Yumeng Ji.
Meet the 20 students who will make up the Class of 2019. Over the next few weeks, we’ll highlight three incoming students at a time. Today: Ke Hu, Kinza Kasher, Margarita Yong, and Mia Darling Ibanez Risso.