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CARLETON INDUSTRIAL DESIGN STUDENTS WINDOW CONTEST UNVEILING AT WALLACK’S

Wallack’s is pleased to announce their partnership with Carleton University Industrial Design Students and Association of Chartered Industrial Designers of Ontario for the event Concept Carleton. On March, 10th, 2018 the unveiling of the Wallack’s window installation will be held at Wallack’s at 1:00pm on Bank Street.

Concept Carleton is a day long event that will bring together students, faculty, alumni, professionals, and creatives to open up a conversation on design. The day will start off showcasing the winning window display, followed by an interactive “Design Sprint Challenge” for attendees to participate in and solve design problems. The day will conclude with talks from local design professionals from Ottawa Tool Library, Pearl Design and more.

“We hope that this event will showcase the Industrial Design program to the public, as well as establish a relationship between Carleton and the design community in Ottawa.” says VP Academic on Carleton Industrial Design Students Association.

Concept Carleton will be taking place this weekend to learn more please visit http://www.facebook.com/events/1938021669783509/

About Wallack’s
Wallack’s is one of the oldest art supply stores in Canada and owns one of Canada’s oldest commercial fine art galleries, Wallack Galleries. Wallack’s is committed to the development of artists in the community and in schools by offering a wide variety of artists materials and products, services and education.

About Carleton Industrial Design
The Carleton Industrial Design is a rigorous interdisciplinary program that approaches design from an applied science, social science and business-oriented lens. The program is multifaceted, developing creative, technical, and social science competencies. Students are encouraged to learn about and conduct research on the psychological, social, physiological, economic, and other factors that influence design and apply this to the design of products, systems, services, and experiences.

 

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