Tuesday, February 26, 2008

Sustainable Design Symposium in Boston

Sustainable Design Symposium: At the Crossroads of Art, Policy and Science
Hynes Convention Center, Boston, MA
Saturday, March 29, 2008, 1-5pm

This Symposium will bring together important voices in arts, product
design and science who advocate sustainability in their work. They will
explore sustainable design in the context of art, science and policy and
showcase methods and materials for the design and creation of environmentally
responsible products and places.

Speakers are Michael Singer, Artist/Designer, http://www.michaelsinger.com
Ursula Tischner, Founder of econcept/Agency for Sustainable Design, Cologne, Germany
http://www.econcept.org and Teresita Cochran of Smit Design, http://www.smitdesign.biz.

Moderated by Terry Swack, Founder/CEO, Clean Culture, http://www.cleanculture.com.

Joint program of the UrbanArts Institute at Massachusetts College of
Art and Design, Goethe-Institut Boston and Down:2:Earth (D2E), a sustainable
living expo at the Hynes Convention Center, Boston, MA.

Free and open to the public.

http://www.urbanartsinstitute.org - click on News and Events

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