Thursday, April 03, 2014
04:30pm - 06:00pm
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Room 109, Gund Hall, Harvard Graduate School of Design, 48 Quincy Street, Cambridge, MA 02138
Free and open to the public
Frank Chimero is a designer, illustrator, and writer. His practice focuses on design systems that bridge digital and analog formats, using the qualities of each to the other’s advantage. In 2011, he was honored with the Art Directors Club Young Guns award and featured in Print Magazine’s New Visual Artist issue, highlighting twenty designers under the age of thirty.
Craig Mod is an independent writer and designer usually in Tokyo, San Francisco or New York. He is a MacDowell Colony writing fellow and cofounder of "Hi," a real-time storytelling project.
The History Design Studio is a workshop for the most exciting new ideas in multimedia history. Joining a commitment to the professional practice of history with an experimental approach to form and presentation, the HDS is a creative space where students and scholars can design new modes of historical storytelling. We express historians’ core values through the innovative methods of artisanship and craft. Extensive use of primary sources, keen historiographical awareness, attention to change over time, and an overarching respect for evidence guide our projects in databasing, storyboarding, audiovisual narration, performance, cartography, and software development. By stretching the canvas of historical scholarship, studio participants make lasting contributions to the understanding of the past and its many meanings.
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