Design Transforms: Humberto Campana and 10 years of Instituto Campana

16 May. 2019 18:00 - 20:00
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Humberto Campana will present Instituto Campana, sharing 10 years of Instituto Campana initiatives and exploring design and public engagement. Followed by a panel session on the lessons can we learn about design’s capacity to transform people, places and things.

Panellists: Humberto Campana, Christina De León, Carolina Rubio-MacWright and Central Saint Martins’ Duncan Hooson. Christina De León is the Cooper-Hewitt, Smithsonian Design Museum’s Associate Curator of Latino Design and Carolina is an artist and immigration lawyer activist fighting for immigrant and humanitarian rights, who uses ceramic making as a means of mixing unlikely communities together. Duncan Hooson is co-director of Clayground Collective, an arts educational organisation committed to public engagement and skills sharing around ceramics.

Wanted Design Brooklyn is excited to host the inaugral Design Transforms presentation and discusion moderated by Nick Rhodes the Program Director of Product, Ceramic, Industrial Design at Central Saint Martins, University of the Arts London.