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iDo In The Classroom

Since the Industrial Design Outreach's debut in 2003, educators and mentors have launched seven different projects in many different classrooms and high schools across the greater San Francisco Bay Area. Such projects include: DVD Packaging; The Drum Project; The T-Shirt Project; The Lighting Project; The Illustrated Book; The Community Bench Project; The Board Game Project.

From start to finish these projects take anywhere from two weeks to six months-leaving plenty of room for transformation in each of the students and their work. Because of such transformations audio and visual documentation is a must.

In the pages to come visitors will be guided through various production galleries of each project and its individual process, via photographs and video. We hope you enjoy the show!

Focused Students from the School of the Arts work diligently, piecing together their lamps and the wiring that went with it.
Duct Tape Wallets Inner city schools in the Bay Area participated in workshops at SFSU, where they made wallets.
Look At What I Did At the end of the T-Shirt Project students proudly showed off their final designs to classmates.
What's Next Middle school students from the Bay Area came to SFSU to learn about higher education and the future.

iDo:Industrial Design Outreach | Fine Arts Building 419 | 1600 Holloway Avenue San Francisco, CA 94132