Award winning designer, Mitchell Mauk, Mauk Design, San Francisco, presents “Things I Wish I Knew When I Was a Student,” at the innagural TAD Talk event at BSU.
Travis Stanton, Editor of Exhibitor Magazine, Rochester, MN presented at the inaugural TAD (Technology, Art & Design) Talks on the Bemidji State University Campus. His presentation was titled “Technology: The Only Enduring Trend.”
Dana Esposito, Creative Director with Elevation Exhibits, Shrewsbury, MA, presented at TAD Talks on ““Approach Art as Art and Design as Problem Solving.”
2015 Exhibit Design Graduates display their multiple talents. Matthew Duffney (recently employed by Mackenzie Exhibits, Ogden, UT), Matthew McLaughlin (recently employed by Elevation Exhibits, Shrewsbury, MA); and Trevor Beniak, (Recently employed by Hill & Partners, Weymouth, MA.)
Norm Friederich, President & CEO, OCTANORM, Lithia Springs, Ga. Presented on “What Boomers Want, and Why You Need to Know!” Norm has spoken several times to Bemidji State Design Students, sponsored industry related events and supports the university and our graduates.
John Grogan, Senior Exhibit Designer, Hill & Partners, Weymouth, MA presents “The Dance of Design & Technology” during TAD Talks.
Jack Schneider, Centerpoint; Mark Johnson, Star; Jon Henken, MG Design; Justin Dworak, Star; and Brian Maciej, Lime Valley Advertising; participate as attendees at TAD Talks, 2015.
Bemidji State University’s Department of Technology, Art and Design featured 11 presentations from business and industry leaders from across the country in its first-ever TAD Talks event.
The department’s TAD Talks, modeled after the famous TED Talks series, is a multi-disciplinary event featuring live presenters. This year’s presentations were intended to help the audience understand and seek meaning in issues involving technology, art and design.