SRD Change 11 National. Indepth planning ensues for our cross-discipline teams, expect some fascinating results.
The seventh meeting completed. Developing exhibition, catalogue, web, video and marketing. Resolving final issues and designs with local and online collaboration to create the next much anticipated event. See the new logo next week. Some great sponsors are now on-board, still enough time for your support here too. The standard is high and a superb range of projects across all design fields will succinctly illustrate positive change by design in concept and practice. This year features more architecture with many ideas to challenge, inform and inspire by talented graduate designers from across Australia. This site shall fully evolve over the next week. Revisit for updates about exhibits, opening night and the special new venue 40 Mount St. New Sponsor and Info packs are available Australia . International plus the latest press release Click here to preview the new logo and temporary page.
SRD Change 11 National. Review the of 78 Entries Now completed
Graduate Info: Join in the positive spirit. Be part of the longest running, annual graduate sustainable design exhibition. Participate in a great process, network and learn about other great ideas for our future while advancing Green/ Ethical/ Responsible Design. Selected projects will enjoy kudos, camaraderie and feature in our new website, catalogue & exhibition. Last year $10,000 worth of prizes in cash, software and more were awarded. All original, genuine and high quality entries will be considered. More of an UN-competition as we're not looking for One winner, but the better your project and the greater your participation, the better your potential rewards. Entry is Free, however your Uni may be invited to support this special event. SRD Change 11 will feature as part of Sydney Design 11 presented by the Powerhouse Museum. TIMING: (first tranche digital applications closed 27 April 2011) Only projects created in 2010 for final year of a Design Degree at any major Australian University are eligible. REVIEW existing websites and catalogues. Be inspired, see Exhibits online as benchmarks. 2010 reference ; earlier SRD Change versions: All SELECTED may be required to participate in online or live meetings. Exhibition will be at a major Sydney venue from 1st August, 2011.
For Invited applicants. Write a brief explanatory max. 120 word description of your project, plus the top 4 features of your project in bullets points and provide three Lo Res graphics / photographs of your work. LO RES for now, 72dpi RGB.jpg image at maximum quality setting. Needs to be sharp with good contrast and colour. Required size A5 (approx. 21 x 15 cm). Download PDF for full GRAD's form detail.
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Note: A completely new website shall appear at this address, www.srdchange.org.au as part of the SRD Change 11 new exhibition process.
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SRD Change 10 Awards / Alumni event :: 29 September 2010
L to R: Samuel Luke; Gilo Holtzman; Jessica Robertson; Basia Nowacki:
A special evening of prizegiving and networking for all SRD Change Alumni. Pushing the frontiers of responsible design earns $10,000 in prizes for solid sustainable design thinking. L to R: $500 award Samuel Luke / Comic guide to Socially Responsible Design + web; 2nd Major Prize Adobe CS5 Design Premium software, Gilo Holtzman / Urban Agritecture + sponsors; $1,000 Best of Show award, Jessica Robertson / Slow Fashion + event coordination 1st Major Prize Adobe CS5 Master Collection, Basia Nowacki / Taste Waste + catalogue / graphics: Not in picture, our other winners include InDesign Magazine 2yr subscriptions Michelle Lee Huertas / Community Campus; Xiao Yi (Rita) Zhu / Make MeMe. :: Many thanks to all our great exhibitors, sponsors, coordinating team, University lecturers, SRD members and for the new logo, Maya Brasnovic / UWS ProBrief team. See the PDF catalogue for a more complete listing.,SRD Change 2010 on 3 levels of pyd. building for Sydney Design
Over 21 inspiring new designs displayed 2nd to 15th August, 2010. Our 6 page DL Sponsor/Event Info can be found here. Find how we all win with focus and exposure on sustainability, the new definition of good design + Corporate Social Responsibility in practice. Great promotion for sustainable design ideas and innovation. Free entry to over 150 m2 of exhibits. Ground floor access with a 'manual elevator' (stairs) plus a lift to all three levels. See online the quality and diversity of this years exhibits and the growing Gallery that includes the grand Opening night "cocktail" party. New PDF catalogue online in /Media...
14 Aug 2010: SRD Graduate Project Workshop ALL FINAL YEAR DESIGN STUDENTS. With a fascinating discussion of responsible design in progress, this event is now completed.
FREE opportunity for students from any institute of tertiary education in their final year to workshop their graduate project with a panel of academics and professionals with a background in sustainability. Participant feedback over the past few years has been very positive. Tease out ideas, develop directions. The Society for Responsible Design Graduate Project Workshop 1pm to 3 pm, Saturday as part of LiveFutures2020 and SRD Change 10 :: COFA, Paddington Campus, Sydney, Au.
14 August 2010: Live Futures 2020: A World of Convergence is now completed. Watch this space and the LF2020 site to see what interesting developments occur over the coming weeks...
4th annual futures festival. Community, students, staff & researchers are being asked to participate in collaboration projects to share passions & expertise to create something special. Global Youth Futures and Future Journey enables people to understand the future and to start to co-create it, A celebration with futurists, artists, community creators, scientists, architects, engineers, technologists, entrepreneurs. Innovation. Diversity. Sustainability :: Plus SRD Graduate Project Workshop with lecturer/designers panel assisting. See Live Futures 2020 :: COFA Paddington campus, Sydney, Au.
SRD Change series to reach new International audience
Presenting a paper on the SRD Change series for the Connected 2010 design education conference at UNSW with an exhibition of the cross discipline examples of Responsible Design thinking to create our sustainable future. It's much more than the individual ideas, it's the collective process and development of design as a greener solutions provider that's readily scalable and vast in it's potential. Connection and collaboration combined with considered creativity, a worthy design challenge.