MAAD Rugs at Weavers Art Showroom

 

Wednesday, May 17, 2017 - 1:15pm

Nine rugs designed by OCADU students in the Material Art & Design program are featured in the Weavers Art's flagship showroom at 1400 Castlefield Avenue and on their website in the "New and Exciting" collection.
 

Although the rugs are currently up in the showroom, there will also be a launch in the fall. Congratulations to students with rugs on display!
 

Faculty facilitator: Lynne Heller

Student designers:

Rachel Babineau (alumna)

Mariam Ben Belfadhel

Allie Gregory

Mudassir Mohammed

Domenic Sgamelluri

Hatley Walker

Michael Pourvakil, President and owner of Weavers Art, also gave out three prizes for rug designs to the students of MAAD-2009 Surface Design 1.
 

Faculty facilitators: Chung-Im Kim, Ana Galindo

Prize winners:

First place and the winner of $500 cash prize, Emma Enright 

Second place and the winner of $250 cash prize, Amanda Larsson

Third place and the winner of $100 cash price, Derry Gunawan
 

Many thanks to faculty facilitators Lynne Heller, Ana Galindo and Chung-Im Kim!
The rugs can be found on the website: http://www.weaversart.com 

 

MAAD-2009 Surface Design 1's student Emma Enright


Weavers Art Showroom


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Wednesday, May 17, 2017 - 1:15pm

Nine rugs designed by OCADU students in the Material Art & Design program are featured in the Weavers Art's flagship showroom at 1400 Castlefield Avenue and on their website in the "New and Exciting" collection.
 

Although the rugs are currently up in the showroom, there will also be a launch in the fall. Congratulations to students with rugs on display!
 

Faculty facilitator: Lynne Heller

Student designers:

Rachel Babineau (alumna)

Mariam Ben Belfadhel

Allie Gregory

Mudassir Mohammed

Domenic Sgamelluri

Hatley Walker

Michael Pourvakil, President and owner of Weavers Art, also gave out three prizes for rug designs to the students of MAAD-2009 Surface Design 1.
 

Faculty facilitators: Chung-Im Kim, Ana Galindo

Prize winners:

First place and the winner of $500 cash prize, Emma Enright 

Second place and the winner of $250 cash prize, Amanda Larsson

Third place and the winner of $100 cash price, Derry Gunawan
 

Many thanks to faculty facilitators Lynne Heller, Ana Galindo and Chung-Im Kim!
The rugs can be found on the website: http://www.weaversart.com 

 

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MAAD-2009 Surface Design 1's student Emma Enright
Weavers Art Showroom
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