Tue. May 12, 2020
Today’s designers-in-training are already being faced with the challenges of tomorrow. Global issues—pandemics, economic slowdown, the climate crisis—demand us to rethink the ways and means of our society, and essential to this shift are the creators of the built environment. How might design educators prepare future architects, designers, and urban planners to challenge our global systems, and rebuild a more ...
Image of Karl Frisch- a bald white man, wearing a grey sweater and black t-shit, on the right side of the photo. He gestures with his right hand towards a projected image of the Sex Pistols' album cover for God Save the Queen. In his left hand he hold a microphone to his mouth.
Wed. November 20, 2019
Celebrate NYC Jewelry Week with Cooper Hewitt and Wellington, New Zealand-based artist Karl Fritsch. Playful and tough, intricate and coarse, Fritsch’s avant-garde pieces challenge the concept of what jewelry, and sculpture, can be. Join us for a presentation and lively discussion of Fritsch’s work along with Jeanne Greenberg Rohaytn, owner of Salon 94 and Alexandra Cunningham Cameron, Curator of Contemporary ...