Charles Linn
School of Architecture, Design & Planning

Design Week offers students and public a plethora of activities

Fri, 02/05/2016

LAWRENCE — The annual Design Week, whose theme is "The 10,000 hours," begins Sunday, Feb. 7, and concludes Friday, Feb. 12.

Among the events organized by University of Kansas Department of Design students are a workshop on letterpress printing with Design Lecturer Linda Samson-Talleur; rapid prototyping of furniture designs with product development firm R2Fact and a studio lighting demo with professional photographer and darkroom tech Bruce Wagman. 

Several talks will be presented, including one by local designer and illustrator Elizabeth Baddeley, and a Hallmark Symposium lecture by clothing and logo designer Aaron Draplin. A seminar will focus on designing with feng shui.

Tours of Dimensional Innovations in Shawnee Mission and Treanor Architects in Lawrence will also take place.

Design Week wraps up Feb. 12, 7:30-10:30 p.m., with a party at Cider Gallery, 810 Pennsylvania St.

A full list of activities, times, and locations can be found on the Design Week Facebook page.

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