Expert Workshop — Monday 2 June

 

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On Monday 2 June, we held an Expert Workshop at the V&A. This comprised of our Advisory Board members plus some extra invitees.

Its aims were:

  • to access expertise in reviewing, assessing and refining project findings;
  • to build on the research findings proposing some scenarios of what could happen in the future in social design research;
  • to triangulate the findings by testing against academically related fields.

Participants

Lee Davis (Maryland Institute College of Art)
James Duggan (Manchester Metropolitan University)
Lorraine Gamman (Central St Martins, University of the Arts London)
Joe Harrington (Innovation Unit)
Sabine Junginger (Kolding School of Design)
Peter Lloyd (University of Brighton)
Ezio Manzini (Politecnico di Milan/ Central St Martins, University of the Arts London)
Daniela Sangiorgi (Lancaster University)
Adam Thorpe (Central St Martins, University of the Arts London)
Cameron Tonkinwise (Carnegie Mellon University)

Leah Armstrong (University of Brighton/V&A)
Jocelyn Bailey (freelance)
Guy Julier (University of Brighton/V&A/University of Southern Denmark)
Lucy Kimbell (Said Business School, University of Oxford/University of Brighton/ Central St Martins, University of the Arts London)

Findings will feed into our final report.

 

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Note-taker
Lilian Sanchez-Moreno (Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México/University of Brighton)

Expert Workshop, V&A, 2 June 2014

Expert Workshop, V&A, 2 June 2014

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