IDSA: Design of the Decade
On exhibit Sept. 12 – Oct. 16, 2011, at the M. Louise Aughinbaugh Gallery at Messiah College
During the last 10 years, design has been leveraged
with increasing effectiveness to remedy poor
user experiences, rescue tired brands and empower
developing economies. IDSA: Design of the Decade celebrates the importance of industrial design as a
spur to innovation, excellence and business success.
This exhibition of commercially produced objects
has been selected by a jury of the Industrial Designers
Society of America to represent outstanding examples of the smart contribution design is making to business and society. The exhibit recognizes the processes and people involved in the industrial design of a given object, and considers how those objects and skills and talent can be applied to address broad societal issues.
Admission to the M. Louise Aughinbaugh Gallery is free.
For hours and more details, visit messiah.edu/schools/arts/aughinbaugh.
For more information, contact Sherron Biddle, Aughinbaugh Gallery Director, at SBiddle@messiah.edu.
Exhibition Speaker: Tom DeBlasis
Global Design Director, Nike Football (Soccer), Co-founder of the Nike “Gamechanger Bucket” project, supplying clean water to the children of Haiti
Sept. 20, 2011, 7 p.m.
Alexander Auditorium, Frey Hall, Room 110
Lecture is free and open to the public; no ticket required.