Exhibit Change

design-driven community engagement

2016, is SO last week!

2016 has come and gone. Obviously 2016 will be remembered for a lot of things…good and bad. But we don’t have to go into that rabbit hole right now. Instead, let’s focus on the learning that happened over here. The…

Getting Community Voices

One of the key goals of The Designership is working with shift disturbers from inside and outside the norms of education. So what does that mean? What is inside? What is outside? What is the norm? What is education???? Holy smokes!…

Co-designing the designership

This week we started conducting “interviews” with successful applicants for the designership. The reason there are quotations around interview is because it isn’t really an interview at all. To me an interview implies that there are specific answers I am looking…

Why designership?

Ok, designerships are not that common. You have probably heard of internships and fellowships. So why designership? A designership is about taking action, using human-centred tools to do problem framing, understand users, ideate new solutions and ultimately to create new thinking…

This is how we will work

Last week was the official launch of the inaugural Exhibit Change Designership . It is undoubtedly exciting to announce the project and to see interest brewing and spreading already. Applications are open NOW until August 15th. Spots will be filled on a…

Learn With Questions

So excited to be announcing this new program – The Exhibit Change Designership is here!!!! In many ways, The Exhibit Change Designership has already been happening in bits and pieces. From convening people into thought-provoking conversations like EdCamp Toronto, Hong…

How to be a Shift Disturber?

Part innovator. Part entrepreneur. Part rebel. Partly undefined. A shift disturber is really about making changes, shaking things up, provoking a reaction, creating a dialogue, venturing out to the fringes and doing a lonely little dance. Since the term was…