03-23-10

Project H Road Show Coming to CLE

roadshow-poster_blogYou may have recently seen Project H Executive Director Emily Pilloton on The Colbert Report talking about the Design Revolution Road Show making its way around the country in an Airstream trailer. The Road Show stops in Cleveland on Monday, March 29th at the Cleveland Institute of Art with a presentation from Pilloton (12-1pm) and an interdisciplinary design workshop following from (1-2:30pm).  The workshop will focus on extracting design principles and tactics from the products presented in the Project H exhibition. The Airstream contains an exhibition of 40 humanitarian solutions showcased in the book Design Revolution: 100 Products that Empower People.

The event is organized by Case Western Reserve University, Cleveland Institute of Art and Kent State Cleveland Urban Design Collaborative with the goal of increasing dialogue between the various design communities in Cleveland. Attendees representing multiple design backgrounds (urban design, architecture, landscape, product design, and business) are strongly encouraged to attend.

The hope is that this event will provide designers from different disciplines, which rarely meet, an opportunity to work together on a common purpose. The organizers are planning to direct the interdisciplinary design energy  from the Project H event into a larger initiative focused on a local project in the Fall.

Click here to RSVP for the workshop

Click here for event location map

For more information contact:

Matt Beckwith
Designer-in-Residence, CIA
mbeckwith(AT)cia.edu

Mackenzie King
1st Year Chair, Student & Academic Affairs, CWRU
mackenzie.king(AT)case.edu

David Jurca
Urban Designer, CUDC
djurca(AT)kent.edu

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