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Design Educator

Center for Architecture

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Center for Architecture

536 LaGuardia Pl

New York City, New York,10012

United States

Company Description

The Center for Architecture is a destination for all interested in the built environment. It is home to the American Institute of Architects New York Chapter and the Center for Architecture Foundation, vibrant nonprofit organizations that provide resources to ...more

Background Information

Employment History

U-TT


Manager of Education

Dia Art Foundation


Program Assistant

The Center for Urban Pedagogy


Design Educator, Digital Ready

92nd Street Y


Intern

Public Agenda


Affiliations

Design Trust for Public Space

Participatory Design Fellow


Air

Board Member


Staten Island Arts

Community Organizing Fellow


The World

Participatory Design Fellow


The World's Park

Participatory Design Fellow


Education

New School


The Cooper Union


Web References(61 Total References)


designtrust.org

Sam Holleran
Participatory Design Fellow , 2014 Sam Holleran is an artist, writer, and educator. He works at the intersection of visual art, graphic design, and civic engagement. He is interested in mobilizing popular forms of visual culture, like hand lettering, vernacular printing, model-making, and animation, to address real-life issues and explore under-examined histories. He has helped to create, curate, and produce numerous artists books, print portfolios, installations, and public art projects. Sam also works as a design educator with the Center for Architecture Foundation and the 92nd Street Y in New York City, developing art, architecture, and urban design curriculum for public high school students. He previously worked at the Center for Urban Pedagogy (CUP). Sam is a graduate of the Cooper Union, where he was the recipient of the Lubalin Fellowship for Typography and the Menschel Fellowship for Creative Inquiry.


urbanomnibus.net [cached]

by Sam Holleran and José Serrano-McClain
Here, design educator Sam Holleran and Queens Museum Community Organizer José Serrano-McClain, both Design Trust fellows, outline the impetus, structure, and future of the project's Community Design School. Design Education Fellow Sarah Lidgus facilitates a conversation. | Photo by Sam Holleran The School was facilitated by three Design Trust fellows: José Serrano-McClain, the community organizer for the Queens Museum; Sam Holleran, a graphic artist and design educator; and Sarah Lidgus, a writer and design strategist. Sam Holleran is an artist, writer, and design educator. He works at the intersection of visual art, graphic design, and civic engagement. Sam is a Design Educator at the Center for Architecture Foundation and the 92nd Street Y's outreach program, and he previously worked at the Center for Urban Pedagogy (CUP).


khncenterforthearts.org [cached]

Oct 12, 2015 - Nov 6, 2015 • Sam Holleran •Visual • New York,NY
Sam Holleran Sam Holleran is an artist, writer, and educator, working at the confluence of visual art, graphic design, and civic engagement. He is interested in mobilizing popular forms of visual culture, like hand lettering, vernacular printing, model-making, and animation, to address real-life issues and explore under-examined histories. He has helped to create, curate, and produce numerous artists books, print portfolios, installations, and public art projects. From 2014-2015 he is the Participatory Design Fellow with the Design Trust for Public Space, working with the Design Trust for Public Space, the Queens Museum, and NYC Parks to establish a pilot community design program: a new, replicable process for engaging park users in the design and planning processes. Sam also works as a design educator with the Center for Architecture and the 92nd St Y in New York City, developing art, architecture, and urban design curriculum for public high school students.


www.goelsewhere.org

Sam Holleran
Samuel Holleran is an urbanist, interdisciplinary artist, writer, and design educator. He works at the intersection of art, urban design, and civic engagement. He is interested in mobilizing popular forms of visual culture like hand lettering, vernacular printing, model-making, and animation to address real-life issues and explore under-examined histories. Sam works as a Design Educator at the Center for Architecture Foundation and the 92nd Street Y in New York City, and previously worked at the Center for Urban Pedagogy (CUP). From 2014-2015 he is the Participatory Design Fellow with the Design Trust for Public Space, working with the Queens Museum of Art and the NYC Parks Department to engage communities surrounding the Flushing Meadows Corona Park.


www.92y.org

Sam Holleran
Samuel Holleran is an urbanist, interdisciplinary artist, writer and design educator. He works at the intersection of art, urban design and civic engagement. He is interested in mobilizing popular forms of visual culture like hand lettering, vernacular printing, model-making and animation to address real-life issues and explore under-examined histories. Sam also works as a Design Educator at the Center for Architecture Foundation, and previously worked at the Center for Urban Pedagogy (CUP).


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