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iF Design Seminar at Kyushu University “Good Question! 〜Future Designs|The Future of Design Education”

July 22nd, 2019

Kyushu University has invited the CEO of the world-renowned “iF Design Award”, Mr Ralph Wiegmann, to take part in a seminar and talk session that we will be hosting. Mr Wiegmann has many years of experiences, and the bird’s eye view of the top design works in the world. He will be running a talk session and discussion together with our students following his seminar “What’s Happening in the World of Design Right Now”. The talk session will use “Around the World in 80 Questions”, a collection of questions on the future of design education gathered by the iF Design Foundation, as the basis for discussion.

 

[Presenter]
Ralph Wiegmann
iF International Forum Design CEO

 

Program:

Special Seminar : “What’s Happening in the World of Design Right Now”.

Closing Speech: “Future Designs and the Future of Design Education”

Discussion: “The Future of Design Education: Around the World in 80 Questions”

Introduction to iF Talent Award

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Date

July 22nd, 2019: 10:00-12:00 p.m.

Venue

Design Common 2F, Kyushu University Ohashi Campus

4-9-1 Shiobaru Minami-ku Fukuoka Japan

Target

Anyone can participate. Please register at https://forms.gle/S2kfeGM14X7DPbmHA or email: ikeda@design.kyushu-u.ac.jp

Fee

Free Admission

Contact

Kyushu University, Faculty of Design, Ikeda Lab

mail: ikeda@design.kyushu-u.ac.jp

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QS Ranking 2017-2020 (Art & Design field), Asia region-Japan: Ranked #1

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Number of collaborative research results:44

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Percentage of international students: 20%