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Design Matters lecture series: Bruce Mau live webcast

September 9, 2012
by Canadian Architect

Cofounder of the Massive Change Network, visionary innovator and designer Bruce Mau delivers a lecture via webcast from Chicago on Wednesday, September 12 from 6:00pm-8:00pm at the University of Calgary’s downtown campus.

For Mau, design is leadership that provides the power to imagine the vision of a future working systematically to achieve that vision. While most designers use design to produce things, Mau uses design as a method to produce the future and develop purposeful projects to create positive change in business, education, health, leadership and security.

Mau’s expertise in innovation is sought after and as a result, he has been involved in projects with Coca-Cola, McDonald’s, MTV, Herman Miller, MoMA, Seattle Public Library, Panama Museum of Biodiversity, New Meadowlands Stadium, Miami’s American Airlines Arena, and the Walt Disney Concert Hall.

The presentation takes place from 6:00pm-8:00pm at the University of Calgary’s downtown campus, which is located at 906 8 Ave SW. A reception follows the lecture.

Please contact Jessica Wallace at [email protected] for more information.

Important note for AAA members: Design Matters lectures are recognized by AAA as self-directed learning hours. Sign-in sheets will be available at the door and EVDS will report your attendance to AAA following the event.

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