See how 16 senior design students from metropolitan and regional Queensland have worked with professional creatives and designers to contribute to the design of this interactive space at QAG.
The young design students were asked to co-design a space for visitors of all ages and abilities to connect with art and design. Through eight online workshops delivered at a time of global isolation, the students were inspired to utilise ‘slow design’ as a means through which visitors can slow down, connect and reflect upon people and places of importance.
Learn from the experiences of ‘Creative Generation: Design’ students and explore the relationship between art and design as catalysts for creativity and wellbeing.
‘Creative Generation: Design’ is a QAGOMA Learning program, supported by the Department of Education and QUT Design Lab and School of Architecture and Built Environment (Faculty of Engineering).