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Social Design Insights is a weekly podcast produced by the Curry Stone Design Prize. Through conversation with leading designers, it provide insights into innovative projects and practices that use design to address pressing social justice issues. www.currystonedesignprize.com info@currystonedesignprize.com

Social Design Insights is a weekly podcast produced by the Curry Stone Design Prize. Through conversation with leading designers, it provide insights into innovative projects and practices that use design to address pressing social justice issues. www.currystonedesignprize.com info@currystonedesignprize.com
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United States

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Social Design Insights is a weekly podcast produced by the Curry Stone Design Prize. Through conversation with leading designers, it provide insights into innovative projects and practices that use design to address pressing social justice issues. www.currystonedesignprize.com info@currystonedesignprize.com

Twitter:

@designprize

Language:

English

Contact:

(541) 323-2299


Episodes

51. Collective Mapping as a Tool for Social Change

11/23/2017
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Iconoclasistas discusses the practice of collective mapping and how it can be mobilized to achieve social justice.

Duration: 00:30:29


50. How to Mobilize a Billion People

11/5/2017
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Kalle Lasn discusses ‘culture-jamming’ and political resistance.

Duration: 00:27:38


49. Designing the Politics of the City

10/19/2017
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Vera & Ruedi Barr of Civic City discuss how graphic design can be a tool of political change.

Duration: 00:20:38


47. Using Design to Bring Down Crime

10/14/2017
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Kathryn Ewing and Don Shay of VPUU outline how community-based planning can make real results in crime prevention.

Duration: 00:30:13


45. Finding Nature Beneath our Feet

9/20/2017
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Nance Klehm shares her experiences as a ‘radical ecologist’ and her strategies for helping cities connect with nature.

Duration: 00:27:46


44. The Blue Economy of the Future

9/8/2017
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Jan Jongert of Superuse Studios shares experiences in designing new forms of ecology within the city.

Duration: 00:27:45


38. The Architecture of Stateless Nations, Pt. 1

8/24/2017
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Alessandro Petti and Sandi Hilal introduce their work on statelessness and human rights

Duration: 00:31:07


37. Finding Holistic Design Through History

7/20/2017
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Yatin Pandya discusses his philosophy of ‘holistic design’ and how he seeks new solutions for India’s future.

Duration: 00:29:40


31. Clothing, Currency and Community

7/5/2017
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Goonj is a non­governmental organization based in Delhi and founded by Anshu Gupta in 1998. The organization follows a simple model: it uses cloth as a form of currency which can be traded for works directed at community improvement.

Duration: 00:26:03


30. The New Informal City Pt. 2

6/15/2017
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30. The New Informal City Pt. 2 by Curry Stone Design Prize

Duration: 00:29:02


29. The New Informal City Pt. 1

6/15/2017
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29. The New Informal City Pt. 1 by Curry Stone Design Prize

Duration: 00:29:21


26. Making Public Space Productive

5/29/2017
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The Kounkuey Design Initiative (KDI) is a non­profit design and community development organization based in Los Angeles, CA and Nairobi, Kenya. Throughout Africa, Latin America and the U.S., their work emphasizes an extensive process of community engagement which reveals underlying systemic needs in a particular community and subsequently enlists the community in the design and construction of solutions. Contrary to typical NGO work, KDI never goes looking for a problem to fix. Any...

Duration: 00:29:15


24. Tools for Urban Action, Pt. 1

5/22/2017
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Ecosistema Urbano & Interboro share their stories about how they shaped a practice around public space.

Duration: 00:23:11


23. How do we make life into art, and vice versa?

4/27/2017
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Project Row Houses (PRH) is a neighborhood ­based nonprofit art and cultural organization. It is located in Houston’s Northern Third Ward, one of the city’s oldest African­ American communities. PRH was founded in 1993 by Rick Lowe, an artist and community activist. At the urging of some local high school students, Lowe and a coalition of other artists bought a block site of twenty­-two shotgun houses with a novel endeavor. For all of history, art has functioned as a social commentator –...

Duration: 00:26:53


22. Building Community a Block at a Time Pt. 2

4/27/2017
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Building community Workshop (or bcWORKSHOP) uses collaborative design strategies to address housing crises in poverty­stricken Texas communities. The group seeks to improve the livability of communities through disaster reconstruction, smart infill, and green infrastructure programs. Founded in 2005 by Brent Brown, bcWORKSHOP has undertaken multiple initiatives throughout Texas, focusing on neighborhoods and residents who are traditionally denied access to the professional design...

Duration: 00:23:25


21. Building Community a Block at a Time Pt. 1

4/27/2017
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Building community Workshop (or bcWORKSHOP) uses collaborative design strategies to address housing crises in poverty­stricken Texas communities. The group seeks to improve the livability of communities through disaster reconstruction, smart infill, and green infrastructure programs. Founded in 2005 by Brent Brown, bcWORKSHOP has undertaken multiple initiatives throughout Texas, focusing on neighborhoods and residents who are traditionally denied access to the professional design...

Duration: 00:28:55


20. The Trajectory of Social Design Pt. 2

4/27/2017
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Sergio Palleroni has been a long­ standing leader, thinker, practitioner and educator in the field of social impact design. Palleroni has taught at the University of Washington Seattle, University of Texas Austin, and is currently a professor at Portland State University, where he founded and now leads the Center for Public Interest Design.

Duration: 00:27:57


19. The Trajectory of Social Design Pt. 1

4/27/2017
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Sergio Palleroni has been a long­ standing leader, thinker, practitioner and educator in the field of social impact design. Palleroni has taught at the University of Washington Seattle, University of Texas Austin, and is currently a professor at Portland State University, where he founded and now leads the Center for Public Interest Design.

Duration: 00:22:34


00. Emiliano Gandolfi & Eric Cesal

2/23/2017
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Eric Cesal and Emiliano Gandolfi, co-hosts of Social Design Insights, are interviewed by SDI Producer Baruch Zeichner.

Duration: 00:21:37


18. GeoHazards Int'l - Unifying First and Third World Strategies for Disaster Mitigation

2/21/2017
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GeoHazards International (GHI) is a California based non-profit which works to bring the best practices in seismic safety from the developed world to the developing world. GHI was founded in 1991 by geologist Brian Tucker. Tucker had been raised in California, and as the state geologist there, he was acutely aware of both the earthquake hazards as well as all that California had done – legally, socially & culturally – to mitigate such hazards. Tucker traveled extensively in Tajikistan and...

Duration: 00:23:07

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