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Cooper-Hewitt: Museum Design Lab: Museum Future Symposium


The Cooper Hewitt National Design Museum hosts the Future of Museum Symposium featuring six groups of interdisciplinary students from the course Museum Lab taught by Tim Ventimiglia at Parsons The New School for Design as well as five museum partners. The symposium starts with an introduction by Ventimiglia followed by the students presenting strategies for six New York area museums, and the symposium concludes with a panel discussion of five partnering museum staff responding to the presentations. Jenny Florence & Maria Antonia Villegas present on Cooper Hewitt National Design Museum.
Masters Program, course, Museum Design Lab, Future Symposium, student presentations, Tim Ventimiglia, panel, event, long

Designing Media - Alexandra Juhasz


Alexandra Juhasz is a professor of media studies at Pitzer College in California, where she teaches video production, film and video theory. She has given a lot of thought to the social impact of YouTube.
Alexandra Juhasz, media studies, professor, video, production, theory, YouTube, course, class, connectivity, democratization, Bill Moggridge, designing media, Interview, MIT press, design media, social, impact

Students Blog the Triennial


This past Spring before the Triennial opened, we taught an interdisciplinary graduate-level course offered to MA students in Cooper-Hewitt’s Decorative Arts and Design History program and MFA students in the School of Visual Arts new Design Criticism program.
Why Design Now, Triennial, Exhibition, graduate, course, interdisciplinary, MA, masters, Decorative Arts and Design History program, curating, blog posts