Lars Fischer, IDSA, associate professor of industrial design at the Massachusetts College of Art and Design, was awarded tenure on April 9. Since 1997, Fischer has been an active member of the industrial design department while maintaining professional design responsibilities at various firms. He has a bachelor's in fine arts from the University of Michigan and an MBA from Suffolk University with a concentration in innovation and design management.
Please join us for The 2009 IDSA Student Merit Awards for Massachusetts College of Art and Design. This will be a exciting evening of thoughtful and compelling presentations of individual student portfolios from 10 students competing to represent the 2009 Industrial Design graduating class.
Museum professional and Renaissance woman Lowery Stokes Sims has had a long and distinguished career in the arts. A specialist in modern and contemporary art, she is known for her particular expertise in the work of African, Latino, Native and Asian American artists. Sims first joined the staff of the Metropolitan Museum of Art as an assistant in the education department before advancing to become the museum’s first African American curator.
Please join MassArt for an exhibit showcasing final works from the Senior through Sophomore Industrial Design classes. Food and drink will be provided. Bring your family, friends and anyone up for a great Design opening.
6-9pm Senior, Junior and Sophomore final work will be on display.
8-9pm A presentation by Mass Art’s Product Development Lab in collaboration with Northeastern’s School of Technological Entrepreneurship will be held.
It’s time to pick your classes and IDSA Boston along with the Office of Career Services at Massachusetts College of Art and Design and Wentworth Institute of Technology are offering the courses you want. Join us for three educational and inspiring sessions aimed at helping prepare yourself for the real world. Hope to see you there!
Session 1: ortfolio Preparation 9.15.09 7-8pm Instructed by Michael DiTullo, Converse Wentworth Institute of Technology Beatty Hall, Room 426