C-U-B-E Exhibitions and Workshops 2017

unsolved: math+de-sign by Math and Design students, David Gay, Moon Jang / supported by ICE

See One, Do One, Teach One by ARST 2700 Textile Foundations students and Assistant Professor, Jennifer Crenshaw in Fabric Design

Improvisation in Repeat by Sara Parker and Simon Hunt



C-U-B-E at the Lamar Dodd School of Art is the experimental design lab that was founded by Moon Jung Jang in Spring 2015. C-U-B-E has multiple functions, such as a design research lab, workshop, press, shop, gallery, and archive. C-U-B-E invites designers, artists, and students to participate in design workshops in collaborative settings.

C-U-B-E invited two student designers, Jake Green and Joel Kern to assist in developing the C-U-B-E identity design and the project, A Liquid Network: C-U-B-E as a Coffee Shop in July, 2015. In August, 2015, C-U-B-E created two participatory workshops, Play with C-U-B-E Logo and Offline Shortcut Key Wall. In February, 2016, C-U-B-E featured the exhibit, Color Lab that included student work from graphic design courses. In March of 2016, C-U-B-E invited the designers, Joel Kern, Julie Rodriguez, Erin Moore, and Christopher Knowles to collaborate in C-U-B-E Workshop 03: On The Boundaries. An ongoing project, Color Your Voice is open to public participation at C-U-B-E. In November, 2016, Erin Macintosh, an artist and educator was invited to C-U-B-E to conduct a collaborative project, Watercolor Splice. Then, Cassie Hester, a graphic designer and educator, was invited by Julie Spivey, an Associate Professor. Cassie had the experimental typography show, Push Until it Falls Apart.