Next fall marks the start of a new program for the College of Design, the masters in heritage studies and public history (HSPH). In partnership with the College of Liberal Arts and the Minnesota Historical Society (MNHS), HSPH combines hands-on professional development with rigorous scholarly training. At its core, the HSPH program is built on interdisciplinary work. The faculty who spearheaded the program, Associate […]Read more
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This summer, all College of Design programs lead to Rome with our first open interdisciplinary studio Italian Design Studio: Blending Tradition and Innovation. Starting the week of May 24th, this six week 3-credit design studio is open to students from across the College of Design, including the retail merchandising, apparel design, graphic design, interior design, architecture, and landscape architecture programs. Students from […]Read more
Humans domesticated gourds over 10,000 years ago, and we’ve been carving them into lanterns for centuries. This Halloween, an interdisciplinary team of College of Design faculty, staff, and students challenged University of Minnesota to think beyond the classic crooked grin at our inaugural non-traditional pumpkin carving contest: Not Jack. PHOTOS: #NotJack2015 Students with majors ranging from Animal Science to Apparel […]Read more
"We all know what an onion looks like. But when a student studies an onion for the sake of drawing, they see it anew. They discover things about the texture, weight, shape, and sometimes memory."Read more
[Update: June 28, 2013]Our students need your help today. Big decisions are being made about their future right now. Our budget year ends on Sunday and I’m working hard with staff around the college to secure funding for our most important student projects, like the Design Duluth studio. We’re close, but we need your help to meet our goal of raising $2,000 to offset research costs that normally fall to students. Will you support Design for Minnesota?You’ve heard from Tom and Trevor about the vital work our students are doing to promote a more resilient and sustainable Minnesota. I know you care about our students and I know you stand with us. Your past support has helped us get this far. Will you…Read more
[Update: December 14, 2012] Students in an interdisciplinary landscape architecture and architecture graduate studio presented their final projects at Clyde Iron Works in Duluth, MN on Wednesday, December 12.More photos from DuluthDuluth Mayor Don Ness was in attendance, along with city planners, port authority workers, and design professionals from around the region. Over 100 people stopped by to see the projects during the two-hour event.The Duluth News Tribune featured the graduate studio on their front page Thursday morning, and Fox News will broadcast a story about the student presentations later next week.[Update: November 29, 2012] Architecture and landscape architecture students in the Interdisciplinary Duluth studio project will give their final presentations in Rapson Hall in Minneapolis on Monday, December 10,…Read more
How do you design for play? On May 2, Barry Kudrowitz’s Toy Product Design class entertained an audience of children, designers, and curious community members with their original toy designs during PLAYsentations, a theatrical show at the Bell Museum of Natural History. If you missed the toys in action, we’ve posted more photos from PLAYsentations on Facebook. Thanks to everyone who attended – we’ll see you again (with more toys) next year!Don’t miss these slideshows: Student Tribute, Staff Tribute, Bad Ideas, and ProcessPhotos from the event on our Facebook pageVIDEO: PLAYsentations on This Week @Minnesota More information about the Product Design minor…Read more
College of Design co-sponsors Sustainable Communities Interdisciplinary Lecture featuring Joachim Eble
The College of Design is co-sponsoring a Sustainable Communities Interdisciplinary Lecture on Tuesday, September 28, 2010 featuring Germany’s “grandfather of green building,” Joachim Eble of Joachim Eble-Architektur. The lecture highlights Eble’s experience in sustainable, “healthy” design and eco-city projects throughout Europe and Asia. The event will open with a brief summary of the the vision for a sustainable, University-founded community at UMore Park. Following Eble’s lecture, a reactor panel, including Dean Tom Fisher (Architecture), will share their expertise and perspectives on economic, environmental and social sustainability.
The lecture will be held on Tuesday, September 28, 2010, 3:30-5:00 p.m. at the 3M Auditorium in the Carlson School of Management. A light reception will follow the lecture in the Carlson School of Management Atrium.
More information and registration is available on the UMore Park website.
Additionally, Eble will participate in a sustainable community and eco-city design seminar on Wednesday, September 29, 2010, 11:30 a.m.-1:00 p.m., in 225 Rapson Hall. For information about the seminar, contact John Carmody, firstname.lastname@example.org.
- Download Joachim Eble biography (.pdf; 139KB)