MOME Course Week I Public events
The following courses are open to the general public.
Further development of the closed interior design idea competition
Venue: MOME Master_105 (Home Space)
Date and time: 17 February 2023 12:30 p.m. – 1:30 p.m.
The purpose of the course is to offer suggestions for resolving the storage issues of and developing the Architecture Home Space.
Jewellery Design and Metalwork MA
Artist Talk I Manuel Vilhena
Venue: MOME BASE B_001
Date and time: 16 February 2023, 5:00–6:00 p.m.
The works of Manuel Vilhena merge storytelling with contemporary jewellery. Stories told like in days of old have little to do with the storyteller and all to do with the listener. Told not with words, which may deceive, but with colours, shapes and movement, leaving the door open for personal interpretation.
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Interaction Design MA
Designing for Children's Rights
Venue: MOME BASE B_004
Date and time: 17 February 2023 1:00–2:00 p.m.
Incorporating the UN’s children’s rights aspects into design and some of the design tools which were developed together with UNICEF, using real research data and the knowledge of multiple experts to create novel concepts.
Technologies and digital media have opened many new opportunities for us. Yet new experiences often produce unintended consequences, especially for children, who are rarely regarded as stakeholders in the design of digital services and products.
During this Course Week programme, we will create awareness around taking into consideration and integrating children’s rights in product and service development. As a start, we will familiarise ourselves with a design guide that helps translate UN children’s rights into design and business processes, as well as other powerful references in the field. Together, we will identify options for action and illustrate how to do it right.
What is What I workshop
Venue: MOME MASTER M_206 / Floor 2
Date and time: 17 February 2023 4:00–6:00 p.m.
The focus of the workshop is the questions surrounding the knowability and describability of the world. Based on observations in the field, the participants together create a space with photos, objects, and installations, which corresponds to the subjective description of the world built according to the rules created by the group.
Venue: MOME Campus