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Cumulus

Partnership with Cumulus

We are delighted to announce a partnership with Cumulus, the global association which serves art and design education and research. It is a forum for partnership and transfer of knowledge and best practices. Cumulus consists currently of 257 members from 54…
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The Potential of Rural Crafts in Promoting Community Empowerment through Participatory Design Intervention

Abstract Finding solutions to the social issues in rural communities has aroused strong academic interest of varied disciplines, including the design field. This paper seeks to explore the potential of rural crafts in promoting community empowerment through…
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An Exploration of the Social Functions of Public Art

Abstract Through this paper, we present our analysis of the social function of public art. As a form of theoretical research, we consider various perspectives on what different works of art do in societies. We believe that public art is a form of education…
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Work on the Move

Abstract ‘Work on the move’ is a design, process-driven methodology, which uses multiple locations within an outdoor setting and movement between locations, all of which function as learning places, confined to a specified time period. Between 2012 and 2015,…
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Wonder Design and the Exploration of Senses and Imagination

Abstract This article explores the relationship between design, imagination, senses, places and objects. It was based on Richard Holmes' theoretical concepts, particularly on the period designated "Age of Wonder", Robert Silverman and Thomas Hankins theories…
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A Never Ending Project into Future Design Spaces

Abstract The Never Ending Project is an international collaboration between ESAG Penninghen, Paris, Swinburne University of Technology, Melbourne, and the School of Visual Arts Interior Design (SVAID), New York. The project was initiated in Paris, June 2014.…
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