MFA Applied Craft & Design Lecture: Aly Khalifa
November 29, 2009
Designer Aly Khalifa presented an MFA in Applied Craft & Design Lecture on November 12, 2009. This PNCA Graduate Visiting Artist Lecture took place at the MFA in Applied Craft and Design Studios at The Bison Building, Portland, Oregon. Co-presented by Oregon College of Art and Craft.
Khalifa started Gamil Design in October of 1995 to combine his talents of design, engineering and product development. He has degrees in both Industrial Design and Mechanical Engineering from North Carolina State University. His work has ranged from innovative wind tunnel testing to a patented eyewear system.
Khalifa has worked in plastic, fabric and metal in the consumer products, sporting good and medical equipment industries and has been a Visiting Professor at North Carolina State University School of Design and has led many creativity workshops.
“Listen to an audio podcast of Khalifa’s Lecture”:http://homeroom.pnca.edu/downl...
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