Inspiring Design Futures: Making is a daylong interactive symposium that celebrates and highlights the inspiring journeys, compelling professional achievements, and visionary engaged community works made by College of Art & Architecture alumni, faculty, staff, students, and friends.
This year's theme focuses upon "making." The symposium features concurrent dual-track series of team presentations, workshops, shorts, and dialogues weaving together Making at Personal, Professional, and Community scales into a rich tapestry of imagination, effect, and possibility.
The day will be wrapped up with a keynote talk by Roddy Langmuir from Cullinan Studio in London, Futcha Kutcha presentations by our students, and a catered reception!
The event is free and open to the public. Take the time to connect, network, be inspired, and soar. Register today!
Inspiring Design Futures is an initiative of the College of Art and Architecture Lecture Series Committee which includes Rula Awwad-Rafferty (Interior Design), Brian Cleveley (Virtual Technology & Design), Shauna Corry (Interior Design), Sarah Dengler (CAA), Rachel Fujita (Studio Art & Design), Bruce Haglund (Committee Chair, Architecture), Ellen McKenzie (CAA), Toru Otawa (Landscape Architecture), McKenzie Payne (Bioregional Planning), Roger Rowley (University Galleries), and Jordan Wrigley (Bioregional Planning).
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