DesignCorps is a collective of graduate students from the Corcoran School of the Arts and Design who will review, accept, and implement proposals for client-based design projects with the supervision of professional design faculty. Originating in the Master of Arts in Exhibition Design program, DesignCorps takes on 3-dimensional, narrative, and environmental design projects such as exhibitions, installations, interior designs, and pop-up experiences for clients in the Washington, D.C. metropolitan area. In the spirit of multi-disciplinary and collaborative design-thinking, DesignCorps includes students from all five graduate programs at the Corcoran College of Art and Design: Interior Design, New Media Photojournalism, Art and the Book, Art Education, and Exhibition Design.
Send proposals to Clare Brown, Chair of the Master of Arts in Exhibition Design Program, at firstname.lastname@example.org for consideration. DesignCorps meets on the first Monday of every month to review incoming proposals.
DesignCorps serves the important goals of:
- providing graduate students opportunities to develop their skills and knowledge of professional practice;
- building graduate student portfolios;
- connecting the Corcoran gradute programs with the broad base of professional clients in the D.C. area;
- facilitating creative exchange between the Corcoran graduate programs and the Corcoran Gallery of Art.
Photos by Clare Brown