Designers find innovative solutions to material, social and ecological problems. We are creative, confident and contribute to change.
Immerse yourself in an innovative and supportive environment which allows you to engage in real-world projects, develop your individual voice as a designer and learn how to work in a design team. Take advantage of our strong international relationships, award-winning teaching expertise and first-rate facilities.
Why not consider Food Design? Apply design thinking principles in the production and delivery of food and beverage experiences. Food Design could lead to a career as a chef, artisan food producer, food writer, teacher, entrepreneur, promoter and much more!
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iD International Emerging Designer Awards 2020
Tickets are on sale now for the premiere of the iD International Emerging Designer Awards 2020 video and winners announcement! 7pm – 9pm Friday 7 August The H...
The Politics of Design: Call for Book Chapters
We are calling for chapters to be included in the double-blind, peer-reviewed edited book The Politics of Design: Privilege and Prejudice in Aotearoa New Zealan...
Lunchtime Public Seminar Schedule Term 3, 2020
Dunedin School of Art Lunchtime Research Seminars Schedule Term 3, 2020 THURS 30 JULY, 12.00 – 1.00 PM, P152, DUNEDIN SCHOOL OF ART, RIEGO ST, DUNEDIN Ed...
Call for Papers Scope Advances in Culinary Arts
Call for papers - Scope Contemporary Research Topics: Learning and Teaching #10 (Advances in Culinary Arts Learning and Teaching) Scope (Learning and Teaching)...
REGISTRATIONS NOW OPEN Symposium: Mapping the Anthropocene in ¯Otepoti/Dunedin
Mapping the Anthropocene in Ōtepoti/Dunedin: climate change, community and research in the creative artsSYMPOSIUM: Saturday 26 September – Sunday 27 Septemb...