Nep 2.0

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"The Never Ending Project (NEP) 2.0" is an exhibition curated by BFA Interior Design third-year students and their Design Studio faculty, Jack Travis and Florencia Vetcher. The aim of "NEP 2.0" is for students of three different institutions—the School of Visual Arts, Penninghen, Paris, and The American University of the Emirates, Dubai—to produce a collaborative project by meeting virtually and working around the clock, benefiting from the multiplication of teams in different time zones. For the first time in the history of teaching, the design process is shared between three different continents, cultures and ways of life."The Never Ending Project (NEP) 2.0" is an exhibition curated by BFA Interior Design third-year students and their Design Studio faculty, Jack Travis and Florencia Vetcher. The aim of "NEP 2.0" is for students of three different institutions—the School of Visual Arts, Penninghen, Paris, and The American University of the Emirates, Dubai—to produce a collaborative project by meeting virtually and working around the clock, benefiting from the multiplication of teams in different time zones. For the first time in the history of teaching, the design process is shared between three different continents, cultures and ways of life.

School of Visual Arts - SVA
209 East 23 Street
l 800.436. New York
United states
800.436.4204
http://www.sva.edu/events/events-exhibitions/nep-20

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Nep 2.0 School of Visual Arts - SVA Main address: School of Visual Arts - SVA 209 East 23 Street l 800.436. New York, United states School of Visual Arts - SVA 209 East 23 Street l 800.436. New York, United states "The Never Ending Project (NEP) 2.0" is an exhibition curated by BFA Interior Design third-year students and their Design Studio faculty, Jack Travis and Florencia Vetcher. The aim of "NEP 2.0" is for students of three different institutions—the School of Visual Arts, Penninghen, Paris, and The American University of the Emirates, Dubai—to produce a collaborative project by meeting virtually and working around the clock, benefiting from the multiplication of teams in different time zones. For the first time in the history of teaching, the design process is shared between three different continents, cultures and ways of life."The Never Ending Project (NEP) 2.0" is an exhibition curated by BFA Interior Design third-year students and their Design Studio faculty, Jack Travis and Florencia Vetcher. The aim of "NEP 2.0" is for students of three different institutions—the School of Visual Arts, Penninghen, Paris, and The American University of the Emirates, Dubai—to produce a collaborative project by meeting virtually and working around the clock, benefiting from the multiplication of teams in different time zones. For the first time in the history of teaching, the design process is shared between three different continents, cultures and ways of life. Book tickets