• • • Fall 2016 • • •

MW 10-12
Studio 220 in Jacobs Hall
NWMEDIA 190-1/290 • DES INV 190-1

Instructor: Jill Miller
GSI: Adam Hutz

A hands-on, studio design course where students work at the intersection of technological innovation and socially engaged art. Students will integrate a suite of digital fabrication tools with social design methods to create work that engages in cultural critique. Working with innovative technologies and radical, new art practices, this course will explore: hybrid art forms, critical design for community engagement, interventions in public spaces, tactical media and disobedient objects. These new making strategies will reframe our notions of people, places and participation.

The course was first offered in Fall 2015 at UC Berkeley in the Jacobs Institute for Design Innovation and was enthusiastically received. You can sample some of the student work from Fall 2015.

Some press and writeups about the class from BCNM and on Medium.

More information about the Fall 2015 offering is recorded here.