Faculty Exhibit

Brett Yasko Curates Project Featuring 252 Portraits of One Person

John Riegert is an almost two-year-long project curated by Brett Yasko, a graphic designer and adjunct faculty member at Carnegie Mellon University’s School of Design, which asks the question, “What happens when an entire artistic community addresses the same subject?” John Riegert, which opened at the SPACE Gallery in Pittsburgh on June 24th and runs until September 4th, features portraits of Riegert done by 252 artists from the Pittsburgh area.
Design for Environments

Celebrating the First Year of the Environments Track

The end of the 2015-2016 school year marked the end of the first year of the Environments Track. Please join us in celebrating a fantastic first year of Design for Environments by learning more about our newest track, looking at selected projects, and seeing how we're looking towards the future by designing for interactions within complex systems.

Featured Video by Prototyping for Interaction Design

412-OCTAVIA is a physical installation and web platform designed for the Octopus Garden, a community garden in Pittsburgh. The installation enables users to hear community narratives and also to contribute their own individual narratives. This project leverages tangible, natural interactions that are currently happening in the garden and uses embedded technology to allow users, regardless of age, to engage in the community dialogue.

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