KU Design Week 2018
Our theme is “Hardly Working” because we spend hours dedicating ourselves to projects, making deadlines, and counting our sleepless nights. Lucky for us, we love it, meaning we’re hardly working at all.
KU Design Week is a great way to bring design students together, learn from other disciplines, and showcase designers and thinkers to the university as well as the Lawrence and Kansas City communities. Our goal is to get students involved, encourage collaboration between graphic designers, industrial designers, photographers, and illustrators, and most of all celebrate the paths that we have chosen.
Art Direction: Chloe Hubler and Jenny O'Grady
Designers: Sarah Pickert, Kelley McQuillen, Rachel Donovan, Caroline Degnan, and Gracie Fasani
Perspectives and Illusions
Design Week 15
Work in Progress
Educational experiences outside the Kansas classroom: study abroad, short courses in other cities, and city visits.
A cross-disciplinary group of students working together over a weekend to Think Wrong on how to solve a problem. Professional advisors include John Bielenberg, Jamie Koval, Read Worth.
The award-winning Kiosk is managed, edited, and designed by KU students. Faculty Advisor.
Ampersand workshop with Erik Marinovich