IMaginary Art school –
BAUHAUS BEYOND BARS


Project Advisors:
Ellen Lupton
Jason Gottlieb
Maryland Institute College of Art

Imaginary Art School was a studio project that aimed at building a brand for a fictional art school, built for a specific audience. As a part of the brand, we designed the curriculum, broad areas of study, promotional posters, textbooks and merchandise for the school.

Bauhaus Beyond Bars is a fictional bi-monthly, weekend design camp within prisons and penitentiaries that empowers the incarcerated through creative development, conceptual exploration, art and design thinking.

 
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Textbooks were designed, based on the curriculum of the school that mainly encompassed four areas of study that the prisoners would engage in.

 
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Merchandise for the school included handstitched notebooks for the incarcerated students to use, as well as tshirts and totebags available for people outside prison to buy.

 
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