Design Kids with Mary Huang: SESSION 1 (Onsite at Museum: 2 E 91st St)
- Family & Education
- Cooper Hewitt, Smithsonian Design Museum, New York NY
Design that Matters, National Design Award winner for Corporate and Institutional Achievement, is a nonprofit design company that partners with social entrepreneurs to design products that address basic needs in developing countries. Led by cofounder Timothy Prestero, over 850 academic and professional collaborators have worked together to create dozens of product concepts, including a low-cost neonatal incubator using spare car parts, and a phototherapy device for treating newborn jaundice in Vietnam (see image above).
Join Timothy Prestero and guest Michael Murphy, of Mass Design Group, as they speak with Cynthia E. Smith, Cooper-Hewitt's Curator of Socially Responsible Design about the important role of mentoring in the fields of design and social entrepreneurship.
About the series:
The Design Talks series was started in spring 2010 by late Cooper-Hewitt Director Bill Moggridge (1943-2012), and has featured Chad Hurley of YouTube, Michael Bierut of Pentagram, Michael Graves, and Acumen Fund Founder and CEO Jacqueline Novogratz, among others. To view previous webcasts from the Design Talks series, visit www.youtube.com/cooperhewitt.
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