Next #greenhouse gathering with Kate Dunstone ‘Social Making: Exploring Design Methodologies as Catalyst for Engagement and Interaction’

Our next Greenhouse will take place on the 3rd of March, 12-1pm in the All Saints Building, Room 105. Kate Dunstone will be our creative gardener and will discuss with us Social making: exploring design methodologies as catalyst for engagement and interaction


Kate Dunston

Kate Dunstone is a designer and researcher, currently conducting research into the impact of the collaborative, cross-disciplinary Unit X module in Manchester School of Art. Her MA research focused on the use of bookbinding and zine-making processes as catalysts for interaction and collaboration, tested through collaborations with participant groups within Manchester School of Art alongside community groups in the area.

This interactive session will outline the use of social making, an emergent practice within collaborative design, as a method to create environments conducive to skill-sharing, idea-generation and peer-to-peer learning. 

We really look forward to seeing you there. Please share this invite with others who might also be interested. Thank you.

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