Performance of Making

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bright blue broken glass in a bag
October 13, 2021
10:00AM - 12:00PM
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UAS Online

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Add to Calendar 2021-10-13 10:00:00 2021-10-13 12:00:00 Performance of Making During their Autumn 2021 Department of Design industrial design studio course, seventeen 3rd-year students (Princess Egbo, Sam Gaerke, Summer Geissman, Hayley Gregor, Mychajlo Johnson, Karl Ludwig, Alex Nonato, Theresa Pham, Karam Ramadan, Annie Roo, Kaitlyn Smith, Sophie Stefanski, Erika Strazinsky, Matthew Turnquest, Amelia Walker, Annie Waugh, and Madyson Webb) have been tasked with designing and producing “housewares” products that must strike a balance between the needs of potential users, the demands of small-run production, the constraints of a limited budget, and the considerations for addressing sustainability. Hopkins Hall Gallery becomes a waste-devouring, human+machine hybrid as students’ live-streamed performances of making project (literally!) hidden potential in materials and processes that will serve to inform and inspire their designs, tacitly and explicitly. This is your chance to preview – and interact with – their design-based making, which will ultimately result in the production and sale of at least 80 unique products in the Department of Design’s Fourth Annual Winter Market event - online this year - and just in time for the Holidays! Register or watch here UAS Online Urban Arts Space uas@osu.edu America/New_York public
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During their Autumn 2021 Department of Design industrial design studio course, seventeen 3rd-year students (Princess Egbo, Sam Gaerke, Summer Geissman, Hayley Gregor, Mychajlo Johnson, Karl Ludwig, Alex Nonato, Theresa Pham, Karam Ramadan, Annie Roo, Kaitlyn Smith, Sophie Stefanski, Erika Strazinsky, Matthew Turnquest, Amelia Walker, Annie Waugh, and Madyson Webb) have been tasked with designing and producing “housewares” products that must strike a balance between the needs of potential users, the demands of small-run production, the constraints of a limited budget, and the considerations for addressing sustainability.

Hopkins Hall Gallery becomes a waste-devouring, human+machine hybrid as students’ live-streamed performances of making project (literally!) hidden potential in materials and processes that will serve to inform and inspire their designs, tacitly and explicitly.

This is your chance to preview – and interact with – their design-based making, which will ultimately result in the production and sale of at least 80 unique products in the Department of Design’s Fourth Annual Winter Market event - online this year - and just in time for the Holidays!

Register or watch here

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