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The Color Red: 1929 – 1940

The Left Front: Radical Art in the “Red Decade,” 1929–1940 art exhibition seeks to find the relationship between activism and art and determine what revolutionary art practices are happening now in Chicago, the United States and worldwide. Learn more about this current design exhibition.

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How to Make *#$%* Mistakes on Purpose!

Have trouble being creative under the gun? This workshop helps foster inspiration by teaching designers how to make mistakes on purpose. “Here’s what to do when it’s too late to go walking in the woods, get burrs stuck in your …

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Nancye Green on Designing a Purposeful Career

Nancye Green’s design career is notable not just because of her award-winning creative output, but because of her path from agency to executive suite. She talks about creating a purposeful career.

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What’s YOUR Design Live, Sam Harrison?

Veteran HOW Design Live speaker Sam Harrison returns to the stage in Boston. This year’s program is completely customizable; Harrison tells us what he’s planning for his conference agenda.

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Deborah Sussman Gets What She Deserves

Los Angeles designer Deborah Sussman is 82 and still full of the tireless talent and energy that made her an environmental design pioneer. The Woodbury School of Architecture has launched, “Deborah Sussman Loves Los Angeles” that focuses on a large portion of the Los Angeles designer’s early work. I asked Sussman to sum up her relationship to this show.

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Weekend Heller: Reveling in Rand

Just returned from the MODA (Museum of Design Atlanta) exhibition Paul Rand: Defining Design, and if you have any reason to be in Atlanta do not miss it. Culled from many collections are original collages and comps for some key work and many printed pieces that will surprise even the most avid Rand-fan. Here are some highlights.