Unique Ways of Prototyping

Vancouver, BC

Digital Design Interdisciplinary Performance Storytelling Writing & literature

Abstract Excerpt: The process of making is not hard to figure out. Choosing actionable items towards what constitutes “making” is hard. In this workshop, you’ll be introduced to some surprising, easy, and effective ways of prototyping which I’ve taught at Emily Carr University of Art and Design. We will go through different fidelities of making using everything from a roll of masking tape to a blindfold fabric. Then, for the workshop option, you’ll have a chance to attempt at making with a partner. We will use a process called role play which requires no knowledge, no creative ability, just a desire to learn and be inspired.

This event runs the duration of Culture Days.

Unique Ways

This event is free.

Organized by

Thomas Girard

Thomas Girard (born 30 December, 1980 in Vancouver, Canada) is a Canadian scholar. Girard was accepted to attend University of Oxford in lectures equivalent to graduate coursework. Girard has received several Emerging Scholar awards, first at the Design Principles and Practices conference in Barcelona, Spain at the prestigious ELISAVA. At Emily Carr University of Art and Design he received his second Emerging Scholar award. Other awards include RBC Emerging Scholar, Royal Bank of Canada Foundation. For 2021, he has been awarded an Emerging Scholar award from the New Directions in the Humanities conference in Madrid, Spain.

Location

102 Cambie Street

Vancouver, BC

Event Contact

Thomas Girard

tgirard@sfu.ca

Language

English