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Monday 08.22.11

« Snippets of life at MoCC | Main | Defending Beauty? »

Two Worlds = Same Universe

Th Guardian looks at what happens when artists and scientists work together... a long time ago Da Vinci was at the top of both fields.

This just in, the small but increasingly impressive Oregon College of Art and Craft has just announced a partnership with Nike. This is significant as Nike designers will be in residence on campus and highlights the hands on Craft based design process the college has become known for. It's a great opportunity for students to see how things are done outside the art school bubble and great for Nike to do some woodshedding so to speak.

Posted by Jeff Jahn on August 22, 2011 at 10:30 | Comments (0)


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