What was happening last week in your local recycling unit? Perth recycling unit was on fire while Tayside Recyclers was ‘hot’ with creativity.
4th year Interior and Environmental design students from Duncan of Jordanstone hosted a mid-term exhibition of their work entitled ‘ The making of…’ One of the organisers said, “the idea of the exhibition was inspired by a similar event visited by the students in Magdeburg, Germany in 2011. We were extremely keen to host this event to raise awareness of what our course entails”. (http://www.wix.com/ied2012/design)
Tayside Recyclers is an environmental charity who challenge us to considered ‘how we as human beings dispose of our waste. This has become increasingly important. By following the reduce, reuse and recycling motto our impact on the environment can be greatly reduced.’
The event showcased the experimental, creative and indeed the best side of studying Interior and Environmental Design in Dundee. The exhibition was followed by a party hosted by local DJ’s with food by GuidGrub (http://www.guidgrub.co.uk)
The organisers said ‘the hard work paid off and over £1000 was raised towards our degree show.’
The organisers were Michael Beach, Charles Stewart, Gillian Berry,Gary Gourlay and Amy Joe Fitzpatrick