Deep Design Exhibition Gallery Talk

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Elaine L. Jacob Gallery Wayne State University says
Deep Design Exhibition Gallery Talk
Thursday, February 18, 7PM

The Department of Art and Art History, Wayne State University, is pleased to host a gallery talk by Siobhan Gregory, curator of the exhibition Deep Design: Pace, Place, and Personhood, currently on view at the Elaine L. Jacob Gallery (ELJG) through March 25. The discussion will be held at the ELJG on February 18, 7PM. <>

This talk will highlight how the seven projects on display illustrate unique forms of participatory design and ethnographic methods in design process. The audience will be asked to consider critical questions of design process, identity, and ownership; and will be invited to discuss what social design approaches can mean for our city and region, today and in the future.

Siobhan Gregory is an industrial designer and applied anthropologist. Her research and practice focus is on the progress of human-centered design. In the private sector, she used anthropological theory and methods to help organizations form deep and meaningful connections with their customers and stakeholders through culturally informed product development, service innovations and brand direction. She also holds the position of Senior Lecturer in the areas of design and design research at Wayne State University. Lastly, she is currently working with grassroots community leaders in East Detroit to design equitable and relevant public spaces and programming.
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By: Elaine L. Jacob Gallery Wayne State University

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