Talented students from MA Sustainable Design are exhibiting in Brighton this weekend.
The exhibition showcases projects which have been developed through an intensive programme of design research. Collectively, these projects present established and emerging themes that are shaping current debates in sustainable development.
Themes include – Youth Incarceration; The Repair Economy; Menstruation; Interspecies Design; Data Ethics; and Nature as Capital.
MA Sustainable Design enables students to realise their ambitions in the fields of sustainability and design. Our graduates progress to embark on new journeys in design, business and entrepreneurship, and further research.
Students work at the forefront of the discipline equipped with the capabilities to be adaptive; to develop assured positions on contemporary debates, and the means to overcome challenges that inhibit progress.
The exhibition runs from 22nd until 25 August 9am – 5pm.
Venue: Werks: 15-17 Middle Street, Brighton