Grab a beverage, any beverage, and get comfortable because MODA is bringing design to you!
On June 23, we’ll be talking with Vernelle A. A. Noel, a scholar, architect, TED Speaker, and artist who has been teaching courses in architecture and design computation at Georgia Tech.
About Vernelle A. A. Noel
Vernelle A. A. Noel is a scholar, architect, TED Speaker, and artist. Currently a Visiting Assistant Professor, in the School of Architecture at the Georgia Institute of Technology where she teaches courses in architecture and design computation. Her research interrogates socio-cultural and socio-technical issues in crafts, computation and technologies in design and making practices. Her recent scholarship investigates the dying craft practice of wire-bending in Carnival in Trinidad & Tobago where she documents this craft knowledge and uses computational and technological strategies to revive the craft practice. Vernelle holds a Ph.D. in Architecture with a focus in Design Computing from the Pennsylvania State University, a Masters of Science in Architecture with a focus in Design Computation from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT), and a Bachelor of Architecture from Howard University. She has practiced as an architect in the USA, India, and her native Trinidad.
About Drink in Design
Atlanta’s most creative people (and some from beyond the 404) will invite you (virtually) into their home, studio, or maker space. They’ll tell you about their work, their career trajectory, and what they’re thinking about now as our world takes a new form.
Drink in Design is held on Zoom, so you’ll be able to interact and engage with each designer personally. Just register and the meeting link will be delivered straight to your inbox.