The “Makerversity Presents” series showcases the best our community has to offer, with our members constantly redefining the future of creative maker practices. From sustainability to social change, their projects question not only how we make, but why.
Stacie Woolsey’s DIY Masters design curriculum, Make Your Own Mastersfocuses on the overlap between making and science. Through the project’s process and outcomes, Stacie proposes a radical alternative to post-graduate education. Centred around practical experience, network building and experimentation, the project aims to challenge deep-seated issues around access to education. Join her to explore the journey this self-made design curriculum took, from creating new networks to developing new projects in collaboration with companies, designers and cultural institutions.
Make Your Own Masters Exhibition
13th-20th June, 10am-5pm, Room G18, New Wing, Somerset House
Free, drop-in. Exhibition Opening on 13th June from 6pm.
Make Your Own Masters’ first degree show explores the creative outcomes of Stacie’s DIY Masters developed in collaboration with a range of creative briefers and mentors, showcasing concepts for the curriculum alongside process for research and briefs alongside final products.
Make Your Own Masters Panel Discussion
13th June, 7pm-8.30pm, Room G16, New Wing, Somerset House
Join us for this panel discussion around creative self-learning and networks in speculative design with creative briefers from Stacie Woolsey’s DIY Masters curriculum, chaired by Charlotte Heard (Mettle Studio Customer Director) with Stacie Woolsey, Seetal Solanki (Ma-tt-er Studio) and Dr Alexandra Daisy Ginsburg (Somerset House Studios resident). Come along to discuss the future of education, focusing on design at the intersection of making and science!