Workshop Discover Design

Entdecke Design (Discover Design) © Nico Pudimat

Sat, 03/02/2019 -
Sat, 03/16/2019

German Design Museum Foundation

Please contact the venues directly for registration and additional information

IN DOWNERS GROVE:
Please visit the Downers Grove Public Library website for more information.
IN WISCONSIN:
Goethe House Wisconsin on March 9 from
10:00 am - 12:00 noon  For Reservations
IN INDIANAPOLIS:
For information about the workshop on March 16 from 12:00 noon to 2:00pm and registration please  contact info@bigcar.org or call 317-450-6630 to register for the workshop. 
IN ELMHURST:
For more information about workshops coordinated by the Elmhurst Art Museum please email education@elmhurstartmuseum.org



The educational and cultural initiative of the German Design Museum Foundation, called Entdecke Design (Discover Design) has thus far enabled around 15,000 children and adolescents to discover the world of design and execute their own designs.
 
Entdecke Design (Discover Design) © Nico Pudimat The exciting journey of discovery through the world of design is linked to the celebration of 100 Years of Bauhaus! This provides an opportunity to acquire new knowledge of a shared cultural heritage in a practice-oriented fashion. Why are the ideas of the Bauhaus as a legendary school of architecture, design and art still relevant today? How can we use its ideas for our future? Led by design students, the participants engage in creative work themselves and design their own model chair — as a design exercise. Matching posters can also be designed. The workshop concept is modular in structure, and the scheduling can be flexibly adapted.
 
Entdecke Design (Discover Design) 2 © Nico Pudimat The primary goal is for these young learners to discover their own personal approach to the joy of designing in an increasing digital complex world.

Entdecke Design (Discover Design) 3 © Nico Pudimat
This exhibition is part of the Year of German-American Friendship initiated by the German Federal Foreign Office and the Goethe-Institut, and supported by the Federation of German Industries (BDI).

 

Back