First Section of DSCI 13210 Design Processes and Principles Open for EnrollmentPosted Oct. 25, 2013
Our first Spring 2014 section of DSCI 13210 Design Processes and Principles has been opened for enrollment!
Section 003 (CRN 21060), offered Wednesday night from 6:35-9:20pm, will be taught by adjunct instructor James Englemann. Mr. Engelmann has several years of teaching experience and has previously taught courses in 2D design, digital photography, drawing, and painting.
Mr. Engelmann is employed as an Exhibition Designer for the Cleveland Museum of Art, where he is responsible for the design of all of the museum's special exhibition spaces and rotation galleries -- meaning he designs approximately 12-14 exhibitions per year. In designing the exhibitions he collaborates with curators, graphic designers, and furniture makers. For the recent Rembrandt in America exhibition he designed an iPad app to examine the authenticity of the Portrait of a Woman painting.