Inside/Outside: Working Our Way Out of the Damaged Now (Design as Dialectics)
The Design Gallery’s mission is to inform and educate the campus community, the design community and general public in the diversity of practices and issues of design in its past, its present and future. The gallery functions as a collaborative teaching and learning workspace for students, faculty and internal and external partners and as a public forum, inviting deeper engagement in design practices and discourses.
Activities include individual and group exhibitions, lectures, symposia and publications spanning industrial, graphic, interactive, apparel and interior design. Themes and discourse span the contemporary and historical, the theoretical and practical, the commercial and social and the expansive implications of design. The Design Gallery is based in SF State’s School of Design.
Philosophy talk: Valentina Branada (Parsons School of Design), John Calvelli (Alberta College of Art and Design), Elena Habre (Parsons School of Design), Wioleta Kaminska (California College of the Arts), Geoff Kaplan (California College of the Arts), Daniel McCafferty (University of Manitoba), Maria McVarish (California College of the Arts), Jeremy Mende (California College of the Arts) and Christian Smirnow (Parsons School of Design). Moderated by Joshua Singer (SF State). March 1, 4pm – 6pm, Fine Arts Building, Room 119: