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So far Judith Glover has created 10 blog entries.

Aesthetics: the visual language of designed meanings

Tutor: Emma Luke

Monday 9.30am

 

The study of Aesthetics goes back to Classicism and beyond with notions and ideals of ‘beauty’ remaining important till Modernism. The Post-modernist era explodes notions of universal beauty and axiomatic ideals ushering in subjective and diverse views. At the same time contemporary society turns into Brand Society and understanding niche markets wants

Design Pioneers: 20th Century Furniture Design

Tutor: Malcolm Thomas

Tuesday 5.30pm

 

Pre-­‐postmodern design historians liked to treat the great modernist designers of the 20th century as individual design geniuses. The design media today still presents designers as individual greats when all acts of production require a collective effort. Adrian Forty in ‘Objects of Desire’ in 1986 argued that designers where a product of

Masculinities

Tutor: Din Heagney

Monday: 1.30pm

 

Abstract

Beyond the biological differences between the various genders, what does being male actually mean in the 21st century? Why are objects in different cultures described as having feminine or masculine attributes? What does it mean when we describe a design as masculine – be it an object or a building? How do

Flexible Fabrication

Studio Tutor:  Emma Luke and Cathy Parry

Studio Timetable: Monday 1.30 and Wednesday 9.30

Studio Partners: Industrial Sowing and RMIT Textiles Program Brunswick

This Flex Fab studio is a joint studio with the Textiles students from Brunswick Campus in the School of Fashion and Textiles, and Cathy Parry from Industrial Sowing Studio. Led by Industrial Design lecturer Emma

Grow Shepp: Re-imaging the Cannery

Studio Tutor:  Juliette Anich and Emily Ballantyne- Brodie

Studio Timetable: Thursday 1.30 and Friday 9.30 (plus studio intensive in Shepparton)

Studio Partners: SPC Cannery Mooroopna

This studio will give you an opportunity to work in a complex and crucial regional system that can help to shape cutting edge food innovation for Australia. You will liaise with food innovation

Dirt Dreams: Slip casting for Production

Studio Tutor: Judith Glover & Jade Thorsen

Studio Timetable: Monday 1.30 and Monday 5.30

Studio Partners: Clayworks Australia & Northcote Pottery

Dirt Dreams is an on-going series of studios that introduces students to the technicalities, wonder and frustration of producing artefacts through slip-cast ceramics techniques. You will learn basic mould making, casting and glazing techniques to produce by the

Susan Cohn

Susan Cohn is an artist jeweller, designer and curator. She is creative director of Workshop 3000, an access metal working workshop based in Melbourne since 1980. Her broad experience of design and making has enabled her to combine traditional craft skills with mass production industrial technologies in jewellery and everyday objects. She is represented by

CONTAINMENT: Metal Craft studio

Studio Leader: Susan Cohn

Studio timetable: Tuesday 1.30 and Thursday 1.30pm

Industry Partner: Susan Cohn and Workshop 3000

Susan Cohn is an artist jeweller, designer and curator. She is creative director of Workshop 3000, an access metal working workshop based in Melbourne since 1980. Her broad experience of design and making has enabled her to combine traditional craft

Dirt Dreams 2016

Studio Leaders: Dr Judith Glover & Mehrnoush Latifi

Studio timetable: Tuesday 5pm and Wednesday 1.30pm

Industry Partners: Clayworks Australia and Northcote Pottery

Ah…the humble porcelain bowl or cup…or is it? Could you make one? Could you make a thousand? Could you make any money? What else could you design and make if you understood the process—the possibilities of

The End, Dying Studio

Studio Leaders: Dr Soumitri Varadarajan & Dr Juliette Anich

The leading cause of death is birth, and since we have all been born, we will all die. Despite death’s certainty and a rapidly ageing population, Australian society struggles with accepting the final gesture of dying.

Moving against the mainstream tide of the pursuit for eternal youth and