As a precursor to the final exhibition a group of students were selected by faculty to conceptualize and design the show, as well as to gain the support and trust of their peers in this process.
Visions & Revisions California College of the Arts MFA Design Exhibition 2013
The design process is one of visions and revisions. Designers begin with a problem: a question that forms out of a subconscious desire, a pressing need, or a mixture of the two. Whether it’s a postcard, a game, a chair, or a new way of thinking, the first iterations rarely solve the problem at hand. So we keep going.
Sketching, writing, reading, talking, playing, making, and collaborating until instinct takes over. The type, the visuals, the interactions, and the experience express and share the vision. Through design, we create an understanding of ourselves and of the world that surrounds us.
Roles & Responsibilities:
1 of 2 Project Managers, collaborated with exhibition teams on concepts, cost, and delivery
Lead Visual Designer, I lead a team of 3 designers in the exhibition materials and designs
Collaborated with Space and Build teams on cohesiveness of 2D and 3D objects in the show
Presented with Exhibition Team to peer group and faculty
Worked with external vendors, obtaining quotes, time estimates, and delivery (raw materials for building, signage, print materials, IT and technology
Hands on installation with Exhibition Space team, CCA build team, assisted in task delegation with volunteers and peers
Logo Design and Design of mural template that was populated individually by classmates