Design Education

Juliette Fritsch

Dr. Juliette Fritsch, MA (hons), MA, PhD, FRSA

Dr. Juliette Fritsch is a museum and historic environment learning profession with more than 10 years in the field working for complex, high-profile organizations. Currently she is directing education and interpretation strategy, embedded though the Peabody Essex Museum, working closely with curators, designers and artists to deliver exciting, beautiful, informative and imaginative galleries and associated education programs.

Juliette Fritsch, Chief of Education and Interpretation, Peabody Essex Museum
Peabody Essex Museum
Salem, MA

Laurinda Spear

Laurinda Spear is a founding principal of Arquitectonica. She studied fine arts at Brown University, received her Master of Architecture degree from Columbia University and later earned her Master of Landscape Architecture degree from Florida International University. She has taught at Harvard University and the University of Miami.

Laurinda Spear, Principal of Arquitectonica
Arquitectonica
Miami, Florida

Cristy Morgan

Cristy Morgan is an Assistant Professor, Visual & Performing Arts at Stonehill College in Easton, Massachusetts.

Cristy Morgan received her BFA, Graphic Design & Art Education, Colby-Sawyer College and her MFA in Graphic Design from Boston University.

Cristy Morgan, Vallee Design and Stonehill College
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David Miller

David Miller, FAIA, is a nationally-recognized architect known for pursuing innovative sustainable and high performance design strategies while responding to each site’s unique conditions and surrounding context. David served in the Peace Corps after graduating from Washington State University in 1968. His focus on self-help housing in Brazil laid the foundation for his award-winning housing designs on projects across the nation. David Miller’s early architecture training was also gleaned at SOM, Chicago, Arthur Erickson in Vancouver, B.C.; and Rhone Iredale in Vancouver, B.C.

Photo of David Miller, Miller Hull Partnership
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Seattle, WA

Christopher Arnold

Christopher Arnold comes from a family of artists. His father taught high school art, which is probably why Christopher  Arnold is both a practice leader for the graphics studio at FORREC and a professor of design at one of Ontario’s most prestigious colleges, Seneca College of Applied Arts and Technology. He brings a rare mix of academic thoughtfulness and practical, hands-on design experience to every project at FORREC.

Christopher Arnold, Practice Leader Graphics Studio, Forrec
Forrec Ltd.
Toronto, Canada

Debbie Adams

Debbie Adams is Principal and Creative Director at Adams + Associates.

Debbie Adams graduated with honors from the Ontario College of Art & Design (OCAD) in 1983. Following employment with two top Toronto design firms, Burton Kramer Associates and Spencer Francey Peters,

Debbie Adams, Adams + Associates
Adams + Associates
Toronto

Speculative Design + Research Paper // Michele Washington, Exhibition and Experience Design

This paper proposes a transformative framework for how Speculative Design—and more specifically, research methods—can be used as a model for student engagement and to enhance learning outcomes. The goal is for my students to become better critical thinkers and be more experimental with strategically tackling innovative, socially relevant design solutions. By prompting design students to shift more towards imaginative thinking to begin exploring new frameworks and new methods for design research processes.

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