In the last 10 years the Institute of Design and Communication of FH Joanneum has won a total of 37 Red Dot Awards. The accumulation of these awards in recent years, namely 5 in 2018, 9 last year and 7 this year, once again confirms the quality of the education of this Cumulus member. Let us celebrate together – Congratulations!
Exhibitions & Awards
6 August 2020
The Cumulus GREEN 2020 competition with its focus on the UN’s Sustainable Development Goal 12: “Ensure sustainable consumption and production” lives on. All Cumulus Green 2020 Honorable Mention projects were considered for two additional prizes by the Cumulus partner and think tank the BE OPEN Foundation’s. The public Vote Award and the Founder’s Choice Award were won by Agave Bioplastic and PackZero projects in the “Second Life of Things in Design” competition.
5 August 2020
The 20th Asia Digital Art Award (ADAA) FUKUOKA competition is organized by the Cumulus partner, ADADA.
Deadline for entries: 11 October 2020.
Asia Digital Art Award FUKUOKA is the public exhibition of world-class media art works deeply rooted in the Asian culture, advocating the fusion of logical thought and artistic sensibility against the background of advanced media technology.
3 August 2020
The deadline for SDGs Design International Awards 2020 is fast approaching – August 31, 2020, Japan Time.
Kyushu University welcomes students from all disciplines to submit their innovative ideas to solve the various issues arising from the current pandemic. More information on the competition can be found at the website below.
28 July 2020
Flattening two curves: Klimaschau – Utopias for the Present
In the summer semester 2020, the Klimasemester, the Cumulus member, FH Potsdam jointly focused on the challenges of the climate crisis and developed transdisciplinary approaches and sustainable actions for the here and now. The KLIMASCHAU presents the results of the Klimasemester in a digital exhibition.
19 June 2020
30 March 2020
23 March 2020
19 February 2020
13 February 2020
April 20-24, 2020 Vilnius College of Design, Lithuania
Register by February 16, 2020
In the ultra-visual life, other, invisible things tend to disappear. Open data, technologies, social
networks give the impression that we (can) know everything. But do we really know more about
where we live now? How do we create, for whom and why?