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19.10.06

risd + student design

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one of the best things about running this site has been getting to meet and work with talented student designers across the country. last week i was up in providence to talk to students at risd about the design media and i'll have to say- i think i was probably the one who walked inspired. i've never felt so re-invigorated to get back to working with students and adding features to the site that might help them with their work and careers. so stay tuned for some new features after the new year geared specifically towards up and coming student designers. i hope to give them a well-deserved platform in the web. in the meantime i took in a fantastic brian chippendale show at gallery agniel with heather guidero and was even able to find time to meet up with an old friend (hi, amanda) at the red fez. [thanks again to david sokol at risd for inviting me up to speak and thanks to heather for showing me around risd]

[i'll be speaking with scad's textile dept this spring, too so if you're in the area hopefully we can have a little meetup]

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6 Comments:

Anonymous peggy said...

your talk at risd was fun and inspiring. thank you, again, for sharing wonderful information with all of us! hope you come back to visit little rhody soon soon...

1:02 PM  
Blogger design*sponge said...

hi peggy! this is peggy at figments, right?

thank you so much again for stopping by and thank you for the gorgeous bird you made me. he's sitting on my dresser among karin eriksson pottery ;)

grace

*ps: shoot me an email if you have time i wanted to say hello but couldn't find your address!

1:04 PM  
Blogger design*sponge said...

psst, peggy:

http://static.flickr.com/114/274023767_574f3f978a.jpg

thanks!

xo
grace

1:21 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

by textile, do you mean fibers?

9:31 PM  
Anonymous Alexis said...

Were you a student at SCAD?

10:07 PM  
Blogger design*sponge said...

nope. i went to william & mary and majored in print making.

d*s

7:54 AM  

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