Ahead of this week's Hidden Histories: Gender in Design seminar themed 'dress and graphic design,' DHS Ambassador Alexandra Banister speaks to Teal Triggs, Professor of Graphic Design at the Royal College of Art, co-editor of Design Issues, and founder member of the Women’s Design + Research Unit about her paper on Fleur Cowles’s editorship of Flair magazine.
4 May 2022 -
Ahead of this week's Hidden Histories: Gender in Design seminar themed 'interior design,' DHS Ambassador Alexandra Banister spoke with Sarah Mursal, lecturer on the Digital Film Production Course at Ravensbourne University, London, to discuss her research, which aims to make history and design more inclusive and sensitive.
28 April 2022 -
DHS Ambassador Alexandra Banister speaks with Dr Catriona Quinn, Research Assistant in the School of Art and Design at the University of New South Wales, Sydney, ahead of her paper on Australian interior designers and architects in the postwar era.
27 April 2022 -
Ahead of this week's Hidden Histories seminar which examines Archives and Beyond: Strategies for Historical Research in Gender in Design, DHS Ambassador Alexandra Banister catches up with Elin Manker, Assistant Professor in Art History and Visual Studies at Umeå University, Sweden, to further discuss her research.
21 April 2022 -
This month, guest contributor to the Provocative Objects series Jane Macintyre discusses artificial grass: plastic perfection?
20 April 2022 -
DHS Ambassador Alexandra Banister meets Dina Benbrahim, Endowed Assistant Professor of Graphic Design at the University of Arkansas, to further discuss her research on the Amazigh design archive ahead of this week's seminar themed 'Archives and Beyond: Strategies for Historical Research in Gender in Design.'
DHS Ambassador Alexandra Bannister meets Catharina Doerr, a writer and freelance graphic designer, to further discuss her research, which considers our relationship to objects, art and design from a queer feminist perspective.
19 April 2022 -
DHS Ambassador Alexandra Bannister meets Erin Malone, Chair of the Interaction Design BFA programme at California College of the Arts, to further discuss her research on the missing women in the history of interaction design.
14 April 2022 -
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