COMING SOON

Vermont College of Fine Arts
College Hall Gallery
36 College St., Montpelier, VT 05602

Tues, October 9th, 10 am–8:30 pm
Wed, October 10th, 10 am–1pm & 5-9 pm
Thurs, October 11th, 12–9 pm
Fri, October 12th, 12–9 pm
Sat, October 13th, 10am-7pm

(INTER-)PRETER

Do Objects Talk?

Beth Adams

In my thesis I intend to examine nine objects, which will serve as markers in my life, semiotically and graphically, for their hidden messages and meanings...

(INTER-)CONNECT

DESIGNING FOR THE VISUALLY IMPAIRED

HOW EMPATHY AND IN-PERSON RESEARCH GUIDE DESIGN DECISIONS

Min Choi

Vision loss among seniors is widespread—and with the growth in life expectancy, we are living longer and longer. Inevitably, there will be an increase in people experiencing visual impairment...

(INTER-)WOVEN

Material Voice:

Substrate Communication in Graphic Design

Meridyth Espindola

In the context of graphic design, we translate material significance through substrate semiotics. While substrates are necessary for the representation of visual art and design, that’s not all they do...

(INTER-)MITTENT

NOT JUST HOMELESS

A study on homelessness and design advocacy

Adam Fiveson

The homeless have been marginalized and shunned by their communities, partly because they are often perceived as a collective group rather than as distinct individuals....

(INTER-)COURSE

HUMAN DESIGN EXPERIENCE

IN RELATION TO TECHNOLOGICAL DEVELOPMENTS

Patrick Gerber

The relationship between technology and design is one that is long standing. In my thesis, “Human Design Experience in Relation to Technological Developments,” we explore this beautiful union...

(INTER-)NAL

MAKING MYSELF WHOLE

David Graves

Can creative processes help repair the traumatized brain?

(INTER-)FACE

MIND THE GAP

Dana Lyons

Design has the potential to be the connective tissue between things; or to fill a gap: subject and object, user and interface, art and commerce, problem and solution, our world as it is and what we want it to be...

(INTER-)FIX

Hot Dogs 24/7

A. Marcel

We currently face a phenomenological question: In a hyperreal, post-truth world, how do we orient toward the real and toward freedom?

(INTER-)FERENCE

TRANSPARENCY

Past/Present/Future

Heather Snyder Quinn

Transparency is a Trilogy of the Past, Present, and Future. Each trilogy volume consists of 2 parts: a personal story from my own life, and several researched “myths” that showcase methods of creative obfuscation...

Vermont College of Fine Arts
College Hall Gallery
36 College St., Montpelier, VT 05602

Tuesday, October 9th, 10am–8:30pm
Wednesday, October 10th, 10am–1pm & 5-9pm
Thursday, October 11th, 12–9pm
Friday, October 12th, 12–9pm
Saturday, October 13th, 10am-7pm