As the summer draws to an end we want to highlight the exceptional work of our two Summer Design Researchers, Louis Terreros and Winnie Guan. … Read onHighlight: Summer Design Researchers
Via CBS New Hour: The global water supply faces constant and worsening threats, climate change, overconsumption, poor management. It’s a challenge pushing scientists, politicians and designers to hunt for innovations … Read onHow scientists are harvesting fog to secure the world’s water supply
Via wp.stolaf.edu: Glaciers are melting. Emissions are rising. And global temperature is set to soar well beyond a two-degree increase above pre-industrial levels. For most people, climate change is little … Read onA well-designed plan to raise awareness about climate change
Via parentology.com: Most young activists meet in college, perhaps in a political science class or campus coffee shop. Not so the mid-teen founders of the youth climate change organization Zero … Read onMeet Zero Hour’s Nadia Nazar: Youth Taking On Climate Change
Via miaminewtimes.com: Five years ago, artist and activist Melanie Oliva had built an award-winning career as the creative director of an advertising firm in Chicago. It was a concrete jungle … Read onArtist Melanie Oliva Uses Graphic Design to Help Activist Causes
Via artclimatechange.org: Presenting over thirty curated exhibitions at leading museums and galleries in Melbourne and regional Victoria, the 2019 festival will consider ideas and concepts around art and activism, community … Read onArt + Climate = Change 2019
Via centreforprojectionart.com: ART+CLIMATE=CHANGE 2019 festival artist YANDELL WALTON invites visitors to The SUBSTATION to experience her immersive, digital installation SHIFTING SURROUNDS. The exhibition explores human relationships with ecological and physical … Read onSHIFTING SURROUNDS Art Installation
Via dezeen.com: London’s Design Museum has hit back after environmental action group Extinction Rebellion called on designers to boycott its Beazley Designs of the Year show.