“Design Ecology: Interventions for Global Health”
Lindsay Tan, director of the Design Ecology Lab at Auburn University
Lindsay Tan (M.F.A., I.D.E.C., E.D.A.C., L.E.E.D., G.C.P., N.C.I.D.Q.) is a design ecologist with special expertise in symbolic aspects of human-computer and human-environment interaction. She is director of the Design Ecology Lab at Auburn University, where her team explores the multimodal, multilayered interaction of people, places, products and processes as they impact health and wellness of individuals and society. She also serves as the W. Allen and Martha Reimer Reed Associate Professor and Program Coordinator for Auburn’s nationally-ranked interior design program, where she teaches design as an intervention tool to benefit global health and quality of life. Tan has over 12 years of professional design experience including hospitality, healthcare, civic, educational, residential and corporate interiors, digital and print media, interface and interaction, exhibit, visual merchandising and production for stage and film.
“Disconnected: Exploring the Broken Relationship between Humankind and Nature through Sculpture”
Annie B. Campbell, assistant professor of ceramics, Department of Art and Art History, Auburn University
Annie B. Campbell, M.F.A., is Assistant Professor of Ceramics in Auburn University’s Department of Art and Art History. In 2011 she was awarded an Emerging International Artist Residency at the Scottish Sculpture Workshop in Aberdeenshire, Scotland. She was also awarded a year-long residency at Studio 550 in Manchester, NH in 2012, and was a Distinguished Fellow at Hambidge Center for the Creative Arts and Sciences in 2015. She has worked in ceramics programs in Italy, at Watershed Center for the Ceramic Arts in Maine, Maho Bay Clay Works in the U.S. Virgin Islands, and Sugar Maples Center for the Arts in New York State. Beginning in Summer 2019, she will be an artist in residence at the Edinburgh Sculpture Workshop in Scotland culminating in a solo exhibition. She exhibits her sculpture and installations nationally and internationally.