Juniors will present their work for review on Wednesday, May 25. It’s a great way to end the year for all of us, by allowing a closer look at each student and a wide view of the curriculum. Students receive critical feedback from faculty other than their instructors and can receive some of the best on-the-spot advising for future study (areas of improvement/strengths). Think of the review as your final Design Studio project for the year, a unit that carries the question: “how does one present 9 months of work in 10 minutes?”
Your Design Studio instructors may have specific advice, but below are the Department’s expectations of the review. This document is shared with faculty before entering the review.
The reviews go quickly so we will start and end on time. A list of student date and times will posted on a Notice (available online as well). Ask your DS instructor if you have any questions. Best of luck preparing your work and closing out the semester.
Here is the write-up for the Nicholas Felton three day project.
Please read all of it before the 1:10 lecture today.
How do you condense a section of the the Sunday New York Times into a single page?
outline for the workshop:
>> Each team will deliver 1 to 4 single page aggregations of their chosen section.
>> The dimensions of each page should match the dimensions of the section.
>> Final files should be placed in the workshop’s Google Drive folder: http://bit.ly/1i7GX3v
>> Monday, October 26 Lecture 1:10–2:10 / Introduce Assignment 2:10–3:00 / Reconvene at 5:00
>> Tuesday, October 27 Meet with Nicholas: Office hours DC 7th fl 11:00–5:00 (sign up Tues at 11)
>> Wednesday, October 28 Review Assignment 11:20-4:20