Design Values 2: The New Face of Product Design Opening at Future

Submitted by Norm Roulet on Wed, 05/30/2007 - 01:58.
06/01/2007 - 18:00
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Ever wondered how a designer conceives a product? What the process involves? Top CIA graduates innovating products for corporations such as Chrysler, Hyundai, Hasbro and Kyocera will open the vault, displaying sketches, concept drawings, renderings and actual consumer products at the second-annual Design Values alumni exhibition at CIA’s FUTURE Center for Design and Technology Transfer, June 1—August 3, 2007.

The show will also feature a public overview of the Cleveland District of Design, which builds on the region’s rich manufacturing history, consumer product expertise and creative heritage to bring Northeast Ohio to the forefront of design and innovation. 

OPENING: FRIDAY, JUNE 1, 2007, 6—9 PM
FUTURE CENTER GALLERY

Dan Cuffaro, Chair of CIA's Industrial Design Department, will be our keynote speaker, discussing the economic and cultural impact of product design and introducing plans for Cleveland’s District of Design.
Exhibition catalog will be available June 3rd at www.lulu.com.

FEATURED DESIGNERS:
Grady Hayes, 2004 graduate—Hasbro, Designer
Chris Lenart, 1991 graduate—lenartstudios, Principal
Ryan Nagode, 2003 graduate—Chrysler Corporation, Senior Designer
Mark Nichols, 1993 graduate—Essential Design, Designer
Aaron Pizzuti, 1999 graduate—Chrysler Corporation, Senior Designer
Eric Stoddard, 1998 graduate—Hyundai, Senior Designer
Mike Tracz, 2004 graduate—Continuum, Designer
Frank Tyneski, 1992 graduate—Kyocera, Senior Director, Design & Human Factors

GALLERY HOURS:
9:00 AM to 5:00 PM Monday—Friday
Free parking in CIA’s McCullough Center lot off E117th Street. For directions go here.

Location

Future Center at the Cleveland Institute of Art
11610 Euclid Avenue First floor of the Joseph McCullough Center
Cleveland, OH
United States
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