graphic design

Cooper-Hewitt: Chip Kidd + Milton Glaser


Chip Kidd, National Design Award winner in 2007 for Communications Design, speaks with Milton Glaser, National Design Award winner in 2004 for Lifetime Achievement, on work, ideas, and loving New York.
Chip Kidd, Milton Glaser, graphic design, book jacket, book cover, Philip Roth, winner, National Design Awards, Design USA Contemporary Innovation, Exhibition, talk, long, public program

Happy Holidays from Cooper-Hewitt, National Design Museum


Holiday, Happy Holidays, 2010, Stephen Doyle, graphic design, fun

Bill's Design Talks: Michael Graves


Internationally renowned architect and designer Michael Graves will provide an intimate portrait of his celebrated career and discuss the influences that shaped his thinking and approach to design—from his early days as a student and a recipient of the prestigious Prix de Rome fellowship, to his distinguished academic career at Princeton University and the development of his firm into a global design enterprise practicing architecture, interior design, product design, and graphic design.
Michael Graves, Bill Moggridge, career, life, princeton, Prix de Rome, grand tour, warehouse, the warehouse, michael graves' house, Designer, academic, Architecture, interiors, product design, graphic design, bills design talks, medical care, talk, long, public program

Bringing Graphic Design to the Classroom: Workshop with Curator Ellen Lupton


This free program was for high school teachers interested in entering student work into the Department of Education's annual Cover Design Competition.
Ellen Lupton, MICA, education, Department of Education, DOE, NYC DOE, visual arts, classroom, students, graphic design, pedagogy, teaching, techniques, Caroline Payson, Allison Dunn, Karen Rosner, talk, long, public program

Cooper-Hewitt: Bring Graphic Design to the Classroom: Workshop with Ellen Lupton


Join Cooper-Hewitt, National Design Museum for a presentation and discussion on teaching graphic design with Ellen Lupton, Curator of Contemporary Design, graphic designer, educator, and author of several books on design including D.I.Y.: Design it Yourself, and D.I.Y. Kids. The presentation will offer strategies for explaining and teaching graphic design principles and ways to move your students to thinking and working like designers.
graphic design, cover design, classroom, Ellen Lupton, curator, contemporary design, NYC, New York City, teachers, educators, middle school, high school, teaching strategies, design education, Workshop, talk, long, public program

Bill's Design Talks: Robert Wong, Google CreativeLab


Robert Wong talks about his work and life as Chief Creative Officer of Google CreativeLab in New York. Originally from Hong Kong, he lived in the Netherlands, learned to be an accountant in Canada, and suddenly converted to graphic design. From that moment forward, his influence on design and media has been profound. Featured projects: 
Robert Wong, Google CreativeLab, graphic design, bills design talks, talk, long, public program

DesignPrep: Teen Programs at Cooper-Hewitt


DesignPrep is a series of FREE programs, including workshops, studio and college visits, that focuses on all design disciplines from fashion and architecture to product design. DesignPrep participants also have the opportunity to take part in programs offered through the Hive Learning Network. Various DesignPrep programs are offered throughout the year—check out videos from previous workshops to see the type of experiences offered.
youth, Teens, free, high school, fashion design, interior design, Architecture, product design, graphic design, portfolio, college, studio visits, design, Hive

Graphic Design—Now in Production


Co-organized by Cooper-Hewitt, National Design Museum and the Walker Art Center, Graphic Design—Now in Production explores some of the most vibrant sectors and genres of graphic design today.
graphic design, exhibitions, Graphic Design Now in Production, Governors Island, Ellen Lupton, Andrew Blauvelt, contemporary
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To Celebrate the Moment


This exhibition documents the relationship between design and celebration. Among the objects on view are photographs of snow sculptures at Dartmouth College, printed Christmas stockings, a drawing by Erté for the “Emerald” costume worn at Paul Poiret’s 1913 Jewel Ball, greeting cards, and commemorative objects. Organized by Richard Oliver, Curator of Architecture and Design.
ephemera, celebration, costumes, graphic design, drawings, decorative objects, exhibitions

Vienna Moderne 1898—1918


The first major exhibition of Viennese work from this period to be installed anywhere in the United States. Objects on view include furniture, glassware, ceramics, metalwork, textiles, graphic design, and photographs of interiors. Organized by Sarah Campbell Blaffer Gallery of the University of Houston. Made possible by the Sarah Campbell Blaffer Foundation of Houston and the Austrian Ministry for Science and Research.
vienna, furniture, glassware, ceramics, metalwork, textiles, graphic design, interiors, exhibitions, ch:exhibition=35349901

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