Congratulations to KI Professor, Bob Kaputof, KI adviser, Brad Birchett, as well as KI students Meredith Brindley, Zach Rogers and Allison Zigaldo, who all have work featured in Tasmeem Doha 2017: Analogue Living in a Digital World!
This year’s theme aims to create dialogue between the conference participants by exploring “the intersection between the analogue and digital within the context of our lived experience, and to examine where the two modes differ, intertwine, and coexist. By looking at past and present art and design methodologies and practices, we endeavor to create a context for examining the relevance of our current attitudes to discover new ways to grow and evolve.”
Tasmeem Doha is always highly anticipated. VCUQatar hosts this biennial design conference every year to present contemporary topics on art and design by bringing together international artists, designers and professionals for a week of innovation and dialogue.
Students from VCUarts and VCUQatar also take part in the conference through workshops that emphasize intensive collaboration and creative output. Connections and friendships are formed that foster university-community partnerships between Richmond and Doha.
For more information follow this link: http://www.tasmeemdoha.com/
Published on March 6, 2017