UPCOMING EVENT: The Echo Spot will hold a live #AskAway interview with Dean Tom Fisher on Tuesday, May 6 from 2:45 – 4:15 PM. During the interview anything with an x500 can ask a question or vote for a question they want to see answered. Dean Fisher will answer questions in real-time.The Echo Spot offers a platform for students, faculty, and staff to exchange ideas and develop solutions for issues around campus. The concept was developed and designed entirely by students and alumni at the University of Minnesota, including former Design Student Alumni Board president Coleman Iverson (B.S. Graphic Design '11). Since the beginning of April, The Echo Spot has received over 18,000 page views and dozens of posts ranging…Read more
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With colleagues from the University of Minnesota and around the world, Landscape Architecture Professor Rebecca Krinke has launched a new website for her unique academic-artist collaborative known as Mapping Spectral Traces (MST).
The trans-disciplinary, international group of scholars, practitioners, community leaders and artists that make-up MST “work with and in traumatized communities, contested lands and diverse environments. As part of a commitment to socially engaged creative practice, network members have worked collaboratively and individually on projects that ‘map’ the unseen and unacknowledged difficult pasts that continue to structure present-day social relations. Acknowledging and addressing this emotive layer of the present and the past in contemporary life – in our cities, landscapes, and in ourselves – is a primary concern of this network.”
After several international meetings, exhibitions and publications, the MST network will be holding a symposium and exhibition at the University of Minnesota and various Twin Cities sites in October 2012.
The new MST site hosts copies of the publications of the network, details of its events, photographs, and more. Examples of its work are also available to download. More information on MST and Professor Krinke can be found at the links below.Read more
John Cary (BA Arch, 1999) has announced the formation of PublicInterestDesign.org, a website dedicated to providing “a communications hub to help grow the public interest design movement.” You can also follow Cary and the work of PublicInterestDesign.org on their Facebook and Twitter accounts.Read more
The College of Design holds two of five spots on the University of Minnesota website home page for top stories of 2010. The UMNews feature on Lucy Dunne‘s (Apparel Design) smart clothing research is the second top story of 2010. Top story number five is held by the UMNews feature on Rebecca Krinke‘s (Landscape Architecture) project “Unseen/Seen: The Mapping Joy and Pain.”Read more