Lectures at Savannah College of Art & Design

Savannah College of Art & Design
Georgia, USA
17th and 18th February, 2011

During February this year I went to Silicon Valley, California to carry out some research for my next book on the history of computers. On the way back, I stopped over in Georgia as I had been invited to give a couple of lectures at Savannah College of Art & Design.

I took a tour of the facilities of SCAD, which is really quite impressive, with the campus being spread over the whole city of Savannah and occupying some beautifully renovated historic buildings. The scale of the operation is something else – take a look at their website for more details.

On the evening of the 17th, I gave a public lecture about my work on Post Industrial Manufacturing, and on the afternoon of the 18th, I held a class for Masters design students about Professional vs Amateur Design. Both seemed to go down well, with a lot of questions coming from the audience.

My thanks go to all the staff and students, especially Tom Hardy, who made it all happen.


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