April 11, 2010 by: Dom
Please join us this Wednesday, April 14th, from 5:00-8:00 PM for the opening of the Design Issues exhibition in the Visual Studies Department Gallery, B45, in the Center for the Arts.
The exhibition will feature work by undergraduate seniors in the Graphic Design program. Based on recent theories around simplicity in design and its affect on consumer behavior, the class focused on how simple steps can lead to wider social change. Projects include illustrated prototypes for sustainable products and services and public campaigns and grass roots initiatives advocating for more sustainable, healthier lifestyles and environments realized through community gardens, organic food networks, creative reuse and more.
Work by Shane Alexander, Caressa Arcara, Robert Avery, Patrick Branigan, Waichan Chan, Allison Chefec, Kelsey Cook, Sean Dimmer, Scott Ferris, Miles Fonda, Melissa Infantino, Brandon Koek, Sarah Kuehl, Anna Leone, Michael Phillips, Danielle Simon, David Vaccaro, Robert Weishaupt, Jeannette Wiley
April 14-24, 2010
Organized by Professor Stephanie Rothenberg for ART 422 Design Issues in the Department of Art, SUNY Buffalo