I'm a little dense or thinking too hard, or both.
Could you help us (me) find / think about the answers for these questions?
Core77 states entry fees as
$50 - Student
$40 - DIY
Is an entry in the Design Education Initiatives ALWAYS a professional entry
since faculty members develop projects, courses and curricula?
Or can a student submit student work in the Design Education Initiatives category
as a demonstration of an OUTCOME of a project, a course or a curriculum?
I'm clear that, hypothetically, the design of a piece of furniture by a student while made in school would most logically be submitted as a student entry in the Furniture/Lighting category.
What about this scenario: a graduate student submits a graduate thesis (scholarly inquiry) with a research question that does not fit any of the more 'market driven' categories. Does this fit in the Design Education Initiatives category? Does the student submit the thesis as student work? Or does the faculty member submit the thesis to represent a project or a course or curriculum? Are both allowable? Or do we just submit the work and let Core77 and judges decide where best evaluate the work?
Products / Equipment
Soft Goods / Apparel
Furniture / Lighting
Interiors / Exhibition
Graphics / Branding / Identity
Interactive / Web / Mobile
Design for Social Impact
Design Education Initiative
Strategy / Research
Speculative Objects / Concepts
DIY / Hack / Mod
Never Saw the Light of Day
THANKS (and sorry)! Christopher Vice
<[log in to unmask]> wrote:
> Greetings Esteemed Design Education Community Members,
> This is Dori Tunstall of Swinburne Faculty of Design. As you may know, I
> am a jury captain for the inaugural Core77 Design Awards Program, a
> progressive, industry-supporting initiative that honors excellence in a
> broad spectrum of design. Core77 has established a new category, Design
> Education Initiatives, which seeks entries about any educational class
> project, curriculum, or institutional level program that furthers the
> practice of design education. I am really excited about this category as
> one of the first to recognize outstanding contributions to design