October 3, 2012
Many month in the making, “Public Interest Design: Products, Places, & Processes,” a special exhibition combining storytelling and design for the public good, opens tomorrow, Thursday, October 4. This special Autodesk Gallery exhibition is co-curated by our own John Cary and author Courtney E. Martin. Above is a low-res, pre-overhead-lighting-adjustment shot of a large graphic wall that’s part of the show. The graphics were designed by PublicInterestDesign.org partner Megan Jett, and they’re beautifully captured in an infographic that will debut tomorrow as well. So stay tuned.
The exhibition opening coincides with Autodesk’s second monthly “Design Night,” including music, drinks, food, and fun activities. Opening tickets may be purchased online at http://autode.sk/good. Thereafter the exhibition is expected to remain on display and travel for the next 4-5 years.
Click here to register for Design Night and the exhibition opening at the Autodesk Gallery in San Francisco, online at Autodesk.com.
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