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Persia Masoudi is a Teaching Assistant at UC Davis, Davis, California.
Persia Masoudi started her education at Shiraz Azad University of Art and Architecture in Iran. She has always had a strong passion for arts, music and design. Persia Masoudi continues to explore different painting techniques and combines them with cultural elements through her work. She started working as an architect on multiple residential projects upon graduation in Iran, and her journey brought her to the United States to continue her education, where she found her desired major at UC Davis. Her research mainly focuses on interactive universal and accessible exhibition design and the role technology places in such spaces.
The Department of Design at UC Davis is the only comprehensive academic design unit in the University of California system. The department offers B.A. and M.F.A degrees in Design.
The Design major delivers a research-focused undergraduate curriculum that fully integrates design history, theory and criticism with design thinking, making, writing, visual literacy, and creative practice. Studio courses include design as practiced in exhibition, fashion, interactive design, interior architecture, lighting, product design, textiles, visual communications (digital, environmental, information, print and screen-based) and sustainable design.
The M.F.A. program in Design unites theory and practice. This two-year program encourages an interdisciplinary approach. The Department of Design at UC Davis offers graduate students a unique opportunity to work with a dedicated and renowned design faculty within one of the nation’s top public research universities.
Persia earned her Bachelor of Science (BS) Degree in Architecture from Shiraz University of Art and Architecture in Iran. Persia Masoudi also earned her Master of Fine Arts (MFA) Degree in Exhibition Design specializing in UX/UI/Exhibition Design/Interactive Design from UC Davis in 2017.
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