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Graphics Project Workshop Day 2:
Portfolio and Photography

Sun, Jan 17    6:30pm

Graphics Project Workshop Day 2

6:30 pm Pivoting from Print to Pixel
Michael McDowell, ‘20 M.Arch, Winner of the Evans Simpson ’88 M.ARCH Prize for Excellence in Design, Portfolio

Andrew Keung, '20 M.Arch Winner of the Charles McKim Prize for Excellence in Design / Saul Kaplan Traveling Fellowship, Portfolio

7:45 pm Studio in my Bedroom, Camera in my Pocket
Joshua Jordan, Director, Making Studio
This smartphone photography workshop is a sequel to the previous photography workshop led by Jordan, Model-journalism: Making and Photography for DSLR Cameras.

Graphics Project is an annual series of lectures, discussions, and portfolio reviews exploring the role of graphic design within the field of architecture organized by Yoonjai Choi.

We examined various methods of visual communication used to convey concepts to both specialist and general audiences. These events aimed to help students build a successful graduation portfolio while simultaneously unpacking the topics, tools, and trends of contemporary graphic design. Past workshop recordings and additional resources are available on the Graphics Project Webpage.