Winter School is a highlight of the GSA’s annual calendar. This year, it has brought together around 100 leading design academics and students from all over the world to research and study at the GSA’s new Highlands and Islands Creative Campus.
Over two activity-filled weeks, students took part in lectures, workshops and joint research projects with local businesses and communities.
This year’s theme is Innovation from Tradition, which explores how past traditions can inspire future ways of working, and the role that design can play.
The GSA team at the Highlands and Islands Creative Campus have thoroughly enjoyed hosting such an exciting group at Winter School… And the good news is that the group have enjoyed it too! Find out what delegates at this year’s Winter School have to say about the experience:
Student Barbara Chalmers, who is on the MDES Design Innovation and Service Design programme.
View of Winter School: Barbara Chalmers from The Glasgow School of Art on Vimeo.
Student Puja Parekh, from MDES Design Innovation and Service Design, tells us about working with local companies.
Winter School 2017: “An eye-opening experience” from The Glasgow School of Art on Vimeo.
Professor Eva Brandt from the Royal Danish School of Fine Arts, School of Design (KADK), who has joined Winter School for the second year running. You can also read her blog piece here.
An international view of Winter School 2017: Professor Eva Brandt from The Glasgow School of Art on Vimeo.
From Köln International School of Design, Professor Philip Heidkamp has also attended for the second year.
An international view of Winter School 2017: Professor Philip Heidkamp from The Glasgow School of Art on Vimeo.
And last, but by no means least, Dr Gordon Hush who has led Winter School for GSA:
What to expect from InDI Winter School from The Glasgow School of Art on Vimeo.
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