The British Columbia Association of Industrial Designers will hold their 2012 Review / Annual General Meeting on Friday May 3, 2013 at Emily Carr University of Art & Design
The Design Exchange, in partnership with RBC, is pleased to announce the EMERGING DESIGNER COMPETITION, an exciting national competition that seeks to provide an unparalleled opportunity for emerging Canadian designers to gain recognition and exposure, while celebrating the immense and diverse design talent in Canada.
Spurred by concerns of sustainability, the practice of design has undergone radical changes. New theories, domains, and ways of working seem to appear every day. Professor Anne Chick will offer an international view of these emerging territories of design and discuss how they relate to sustainability, and how they address larger societal challenges.
Commencing September, 2013 the new Product Design degree program in the Faculty of Design at Kwantlen Polytechnic University requires faculty for their four-year bachelor degree in Product Design (DEPD). These positions are for a Non-regular Type 1 (contract) with the possibility of additional work.
MP Lighting is seeking a talented, dedicated and professional Industrial Designer who desires a challenging and rewarding work environment.
FPInnovations, Canada’s forest research centre, has created an online collaborative innovation platform called the FPIntell LAB. The goal of this site is to bring technology, creativity and experience together to solve issues related to wood product innovation. We believe by working together we can create a stronger value added sector, for the good of our country and the environment.
DwW helps BC industrial designers get familiar with wood and the wood products industry by
providing technical assistance and by creating opportunities for designers to meet companies
that may be interested in manufacturing their products. DwW is coordinated by the Centre for
Advanced Wood Processing at UBC, a training and industry support unit for Canada’s
wood processing industry.
Keirton is a Surrey-based manufacturer specializing in small/mid-sized agricultural equipment. We’re looking for an experienced industrial designer to join our team on a full-time basis.
The focus of this Meetup is on Design Entrepreneurship, and how we can use our Industrial Design education and skills to form an industry for ourselves in Vancouver. The current industry feels small, and disconnected with would benefit revitalization. We believe that there is the potential for a really cool diverse design community if everyone is encouraged to address the needs they discover.
Nora Bateson is a media producer and educator based in Vancouver. Her work includes documentaries, multimedia productions, magazine columns, and developing curriculum for elementary and high school students. Central to all her pursuits is the idea of utilizing media and storytelling to encourage cultural understanding, social justice, and environmental awareness.