For Postcard, Intro Panels, etc:
The PennDesign Year End Show offers a firsthand look at how the next generation of architects, landscape architects, planners, and preservationists are rethinking the spaces we inhabit and how we inhabit them. Work by nearly 200 masters’ candidates probes connections between the built environment and quality of life, cultural heritage, and social justice.
Part space station, part time capsule, the PennDesign Year End Show offers a firsthand look at how the next generation of architects, landscape architects, planners, and preservationists are pushing the boundaries of design. A multimedia display of work by more than 200 master’s candidates probes connections between the built environment and quality of life, cultural heritage, and social justice.
A companion exhibition at Icebox Project Space, 1400 North American Street, tracks directions among emerging artists earning an MFA from the School.
The PennDesign Year End Show
Friday, May. 12, 2017, 05:30pm — Sunday, May. 21, 2017, 05:00pm
Meyerson Hall, 210 South 34th Street, Philadelphia
Opening Reception: Friday, May 12, 5:30 – 8:00pm
Examples from last year’s show:
Homework for Tuesday:
– Review video posted – (approx 15 minutes), raises questions about values and business
Tuesday Studio visit:
– 130 meet at Addams entrance for trip to P’unk Ave
April 13 before class Thursday (by 11am):
– SpaceCraft sketches for Michael Grant
– Mission sketches for Dean/Michael Grant
– Deliver both to Michael in PennDesign Dean’s Office, Meyerson Hall
April 13, for class Thursday:
– Studio for SpaceCraft and Mission design
– Finalize design proposals for Tabadul banners, ground labels, postcard
– Present Tabadul 330
– (Tote Print 1-3p)
April 18, Tuesday:
– Studio to finalize Tabadul proposal, present SpaceCraft concepts to Michael 3p
April 20, Thursday:
– Studio to finalize SpaceCraft and visit by Min Hee Lee
April 21, Friday:
– Letterpress printing Mission broadside
April 25, Tuesday:
– Last class, present SpaceCraft revisions/specs/artwork to Michael 3p
May 3, Wednesday, 9-11a:
– Final crit/details TBD
Swiss designer Niklaus Troxler.
And a logo proposal, designed with a friend, for the Massachusetts
College of Art–a state college of art–in Boston. Derived from the state
seal, above entrance, below.