University of Sunderland and Northumbria University, UK
October 26, 2019
Student-led conference for practice-based research in Art, Design and Craft.
Three grants offered!
Apply by August 30, 2019
Cumulus is seeking for academics and staff working in colleges and universities in art, design and media in higher education from different parts of the world and countries less familiar to Cumulusians to come and join our conference in Bogota, Colombia in October 2019!
Seoul Design Foundation in cooperation with Saint-Etienne and Nagoya UNESCO Cities of Design – Deadline EXTENDED: August 18, 2019
This international Award is addressed to designers or groups that have contributed to building a more harmonious and sustainable relationship between men and their environment, tackling urban environmental issues and by presenting a new vision through creative design.
June 16 -19, 2020 Rome, Italy
Hosted by Sapienza University of Rome, Faculty of Architecture and School of Industrial Design
Long Abstract Submission Deadline October 1, 2019
Design Culture(s) is investigating not simply on the concept of culture as a monolithic expression of a specific knowledge that reflects on itself, but as the product of an investigation that is open to many different “Cultures” which are emerging and revolving around it in society, in the places and in history.
Hosted by the Faculty of Architecture and Design at Universidad de los Andes, Colombia
October 30 – November 1, 2019
Early bird registration by September 5, 2019
The theme “The Design After” invites us to reflect about the moment of expansion, recognition, mutation and integration that design lives. The conference is based on five research tracks: Sensing the City, Sensing the Rural; Somewhere, Nowhere, Anyone, Everyone; Fiction and De-innovation; Design and Counterculture and Biodiversity- Driven Design.
August 26 – August 30, 2019
Sasayama School of Architecture, Tanba Sasayama, Japan
Register by July 27, 2019
“Sasayama School of Architecture” is a project to promote awareness of architectural heritages and evolve professional building skills through research and practice around the city of Tanba Sasayama.
Organized by Kyushu University, Faculty of Design, SDGs Design Unit and Kyushu University Center for Designed Futures, Japan
Entries by 31 October 2019
Final Presentations and Awards Ceremony on 14 March 2020
We welcome all students of various disciplines from any parts of the world to explore Innovative design solutions in solving complex social problems targeted by the UN’s Sustainable Development Goals to help save the world.