Design-by-Design, Juried Student Design Exhibition
Celebrating the bold concepts and creativity of UC Davis Department of Design students, the Design-by-Design exhibition is an annual juried undergraduate student competition, featuring graphic and textile designs, interior design, exhibition, model, form, fashion design and screen-based digital design projects such as websites and movies.
Design-by-Design evolves out of the UC Davis Department of Design’s challenging curriculum which combines design history, theory, and studio courses. Faculty members mentor students through the complex practice of translating ideas into realities and the important process of shaping culture, form, and content. Students are trained in the areas of textiles and fashion, exhibition, visual communication, lighting and interior architecture.
Sponsored by the Birgitta and Helge Olson Design Award, the work on display will be evaluated by a panel of judges consisting of faculty and professional artists. Prizes will be awarded in six categories.
Museum Hours: Monday–Friday 12 p.m.–4 p.m.; Sunday 2 p.m.–4 p.m.
Picnic Day Schedule, Saturday, April 16: 12 p.m. –4:00 p.m.
Closed on Saturdays, holidays and holiday weekends, and during installations. For complete information on visiting the Design Museum, click here.