Please join Visual Communication Design Graduate Program faculty and students for an introductory Design Thinking workshop. This event brings together visual communication design practitioners and community members to explore a particular challenge affecting Indianapolis, to be selected during the workshop.
On Thursday March 5th from 9 a.m. – 3:00 p.m. the Herron photography and intermedia grads will have open critiques. This informal event will be a hybrid mix of gallery talk/critique of their new work on exhibition at Eskenazi Fine Arts Center.
We invite all faculty, students and the public to come and join in the discussion. Many of the photography and intermedia grads are working across multiple disciplines and hearing from a more diverse group would be very beneficial. Our hope is that it might offer a fresher conversation about art making for all involved.
The Clay Pigeons, Herron's ceramic's student groups, will be hosting demonstrations and a lecture by Kensuke Yamada. The demonstrations and lecture are open to everyone and are free of charge. These activities are supported by the Mary Howes Woodsmall Foundation.
Following the lecture the Ceramics Department will be hosting a pitch-in and all are welcome.
Street parking is available for the public. You must have an IUPUI permit to park in the lots.
Join us this Saturday from twelve to one in the main auditorium, where Matt Lagrand will discuss the things every design student should know about generating impact outside of the classroom.
A former Visual Communication Design student at Herron, Matt Legrand founded the multidisciplinary design consultancy Form & Construct, where he has spent the last two years designing for experience, aesthetic and transformation, collaborating with organizations like IDEO, Harvard and the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston.
Indiana University, Herron School of Art and Design welcomes you to a fall semester open house entitled Research x Design. This open house will provide an opportunity for people from the community and academia to engage with research for five Master-level design students. The content of this open house will include an area that each student is researching as well as a research plan that they will embark on for spring semester. By combining theory with practice, the thesis work will entail some form of exploration into design thinking and design leadership.