Harrington Represents at NeoCon 2012
July 18, 2012
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This year’s NeoCon event was as dynamic as ever, and as always, Harrington College of Design was proud to be active in and around the event!
The 2012 Harrington College NeoCon booth was the brainchild of a group of students in an Exhibition Studio class taught by the stunning duo of Harrington Communication Design Department Chair Brad Kisner and Interior Design Department Chair Dr. John Martin-Rutherford.
The class was divided into teams that each submitted a design for the booth. These designs were then voted on by the class as well as members of faculty and staff at Harrington, and the design with the most votes was carried through to final execution. In this way, the final booth was ultimately crafted in part by every student in this Exhibition studio!
Also active at NeoCon were Harrington interior design instructors Constantine Vasilios, Steve Fuchs and Peter Klick, who reviewed design portfolios as part of the American Society of Interior Designers (ASID) Career Exchange. In this review, Constantine, Steve and Peter helped review some of the 600 portfolios submitted by interior design students to the review panel and provided around 10 minutes of conversation and feedback to each individual student they reviewed.
All in all, Harrington students and faculty volunteered their time and lent their own creative touch to helping make NeoCon 2012 another success. We look forward to seeing everyone at NeoCon in 2013!
- Amber Moore